Brace yourselves for scrumptious hotpot, BBQ grill or mookata at restaurants that offer halal steamboat in Singapore.
Singaporeans have a fascination for hotpot. By theory, it’s literally paying money to cook your own food. But beyond that, it’s a great option for communal dining and feasting with loved ones. We also love customising soup bases, cooking or grilling according to our style and coming up with new flavour combos for sauces. When it comes to hotpot with our Muslim friends, we usually end up with our own set-up at home. But what if you want to save the hassle of prepping and cleaning? Luckily, we’ve noticed more halal hotpot options around the city. So skip the meal at home and make your way to these restaurants that offer BBQ grill, mookata, and halal steamboat in Singapore.
Steamboat restaurants that offer the best halal steamboat in Singapore
1. Suki-Suki Thai Hot Pot
This establishment serves up hotpot and Thai yakiniku. Pick soup bases like clear or red tom yum, khao soi, and sweet basil chicken. Begin your meal with premium items including wagyu beef, tiger prawns, clams, prawn paste, flower crab, salmon, seabass and a wide range of 40 ingredients as well as seasonal fruits and desserts.
Suki-Suki Thai Hot Pot, multiple locations including Safra Toa Payoh and HomeTeam NS Khatib
2. The Buffet Restaurant
Think Chinese-style steamboat but make it halal. That’s what you get at The Buffet Restaurant. Come hungry as the spread offers fresh snapper fillet, flower crab, NZ black mussels, scallops, premium beef short plate, sliced lamb and chicken, a live prawn station, handmade chicken mushroom and prawn tobiko paste, and seafood yong tau foo. Other staples like an assortment of noodles and rice veggies and mushrooms are in the mix too. Select from MSG-free broths like collagen, tom yum, laksa, superior chicken and Sichuan mala. For the sauce queens and kings, there are house dipping sauces such as spicy suki, shabu-shabu, sesame and peanut, and samba belacan. Don’t forget to leave room for dessert.
The Buffet Restaurant, M Hotel Singapore, Level 2, 81 Anson Road, Singapore 079908
3. Jinshang Yipin Halal Buffet Hot Pot
This buffet style hotpot will give you a major case of choice paralysis. Why? With multiple seafood, meat, egg, rice, noodle, and vegetable options, you’re definitely in for a treat. Soup bases come in mala, tomato, mushroom, herb chicken, sauerkraut and tom yum. And they even offer hotpot delivery! The value bundles can feed up to five people.
Jinshang Yipin Halal Buffet Hot Pot, #01-20, Eastpoint Mall, 3 Simei Street 6, Singapore 528833
HahaHotpot decided to offer a halal hotpot option when they found a gap in the market. By making a few tweaks to the classic steamboat offerings, they created a hotpot experience for everyone. Dunk classic picks like scallops, mussels, brisket beef, mutton slices, prawn paste and Alaskan king crab into flavourful broths. We’re talking collagen, mala, tomato and mushroom soup bases. The delivery packages for up to eight pax are bang for your buck too!
HahaHotpot, #01-09/10, 511, Block B Upper Jurong Road, Singapore 638366
5. Lukhon Thai
A Thai-inspired halal hotpot is perfect for rainy days and can satisfy your cravings. We suggest going for the platter combo that feeds two or four pax. It comes with chicken or tom yum soup base options and a mix of marinated beef and chicken, assorted veggies, squid, fishballs, enoki mushrooms and more.
Lukhon Thai, #02-05, Pasir Ris Central Hawker Centre, 110 Pasir Ris Central, Singapore 519641
Fantastic marinated meats, fresh seafood, and indulgent cheese dips – Chice has all the trimmings of a great steamboat. But what sets this restaurant apart is its value deals like 50% off for the second person during selected times and impressive bundle deals. These folks offer delivery too. You can even buy a brand-new pan for endless nights of steamboat fun.
Chice, #01-47, Vision Exchange, 2 Venture Drive, Singapore 608526
7. DaJie Bedok
Craving a little bit of mookata and mala? DaJie Bedok offers both. Located in the buzzing Simpang Bedok, the restaurant is a great place for communal dining or big group dinners. The menu is also regularly updated so each visit is different from the other. Order platters that include marinated chicken, mutton and beef with seafood add-ons. For the grill, try meats marinated in mala, garlic and black pepper, curry, and cumin for explosive flavours.
Spice lovers, go for the creamy tom yum soup. But if you want to hold off on the heat, the clear bean soup is just as tasty! Oh, and did we mention there’s no GST or service charge?
DaJie Bedok, 344 Bedok Road, Singapore 469528
Go ahead and make a reservation at these halal steamboat restaurants in Singapore!