New in town: 香曼谷小火锅 Spicy Bangkok Hotpot – Thai Chinese fusion single hotpot with up to 7 soup bases by ex-Michelin chef

Chef Chen Yong Qiao worked in a former Michelin-starred restaurant in Hong Kong and is the owner of 香曼谷小火锅 Spicy Bangkok Hotpot, which officially launched on 25 August 2022 at People’s Park Complex.

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Prior to opening his hotpot restaurant, Chef Chen had travelled to Bangkok with his family where he was blown away after having his first taste of authentic Thai tom yum goong soup. He decided to resign from his position and travelled to Thailand for several months, perfecting the art of cooking the famous Thai soup.

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At Spicy Bangkok Hotpot, you get a variety of various personal hotpots to choose from. The Signature Tom Yum Goong Set Meal (S$19.90) comes with luncheon meat, beef balls, la la, pangasius fish, squid, crab fillet, tiger prawns and a bowl of seasonal vegetables.

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The Sliced Beef Set Meal (Tomato Soup Base) (S$17.90) is also one of their signatures over here. It consists of luncheon meat, beef balls, la la, fish tofu, sliced beef and a bowl of seasonal vegetables.

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Other single hotpot flavours to look out for include the Abundance Mushroom Soup (S$13.90), Sliced Beef with Golden Soup (sour papaya with golden soup base) (S$19.90), Crispy Fish Fillet with Pickled Cabbage (S$17.90) and Sliced Fish with Tofu (pepper-flavoured soup base) (S$13.90).

You’ll be pleased to know that each hotpot set comes with prawn crackers, seafood glass noodle salad, mini mango sticky rice and a special curated sauce (menu may slightly differ depending on availability).

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If you’re feeling peckish, small bites like Lemongrass Chicken Wings (S$3), Golden Mini Buns (S$4.80), Crispy Meat (S$3.60) and Brown Sugar Rice Cake ($4.80) are also available on their menu.

So, don’t miss out on these offerings and head down to People’s Park Complex with your family and friends to enjoy your very own hotpot.

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香曼谷小火锅 Spicy Bangkok Hotpot

1 Park Road, People's Park Complex, #01-78C, Singapore 059108

香曼谷小火锅 Spicy Bangkok Hotpot

1 Park Road, People's Park Complex, #01-78C, Singapore 059108

Telephone: +65 9114 9315
Operating Hours: 10.30am - 10.30pm (Daily)
Telephone: +65 9114 9315

Operating Hours: 10.30am - 10.30pm (Daily)
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