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Fragrant Hot Pot 盆儿香 麻辣香锅 (313@Somerset)

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Unique and tasty offering at a food court!

Full review at http://singaporeanscribbles.wordpress.com/2012/12/07/fragrant-hot-pot-food-republic-at-313somerset/
 
 This stall’s dish is very noticeable. Stepping into the food court, I saw many groups of diners each sharing a huge bowl of stir-fried stuff among them, which they ate using chopsticks. These bowls are from ‘Fragrant Hot Pot’.
 
 Basically, you pick whatever ingredients you want (like Yong Tau Foo), and everything is stir-fried together in some Sichuan-style spice. The ingredients are priced according to weight.
 
 We chose black fungus, oyster mushrooms, kangkong (it goes so well with spicy food), beef and shrimp, costing about $14 for two of us. They sprinkled some peanuts over it and we downed it with rice, which provided balance to the heat and intense spice of the dish. Even though you pick your ingredients, the sauces and spices hold everything together.
 
 It was a good dinner and a good change to the usual food court fare. It’s pretty popular though, so you have to wait about ten minutes or so for them to cook your dish. 

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• 15 Mar 2015 • 1 review • 0 follower

Don't ever try or you will regret!!

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Have tried at least 50 times of same food at many different places. This is the worst taste we had so far. The sauce seems like artificial sauce and taste very not nice caused the all ingredients taste spoilt by the sauce. We couldn't finish the whole bowl due to the taste. Surely won't visit this stall again!!!
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• 07 Dec 2012 • 3 reviews • 0 follower

Unique and tasty offering at a food court!

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Full review at http://singaporeanscribbles.wordpress.com/2012/12/07/fragrant-hot-pot-food-republic-at-313somerset/
 
 This stall’s dish is very noticeable. Stepping into the food court, I saw many groups of diners each sharing a huge bowl of stir-fried stuff among them, which they ate using chopsticks. These bowls are from ‘Fragrant Hot Pot’.
 
 Basically, you pick whatever ingredients you want (like Yong Tau Foo), and everything is stir-fried together in some Sichuan-style spice. The ingredients are priced according to weight.
 
 We chose black fungus, oyster mushrooms, kangkong (it goes so well with spicy food), beef and shrimp, costing about $14 for two of us. They sprinkled some peanuts over it and we downed it with rice, which provided balance to the heat and intense spice of the dish. Even though you pick your ingredients, the sauces and spices hold everything together.
 
 It was a good dinner and a good change to the usual food court fare. It’s pretty popular though, so you have to wait about ten minutes or so for them to cook your dish. 
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• 08 Apr 2012 • 68 reviews • 0 follower

Dinner @Food Republic - Fragrant Hot Pot

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很多时候, 控制自己的不是别人, 而是自己的心情. 闷在小屋子里的自己, 永远看不到美丽的灯光璀璨, 呼吸不到雨后新鲜的空气. 马儿脱缰之后会驰骋, 正如被长期抑郁的心, 让她自由地四处飘散一下吧... 美食地: Food Republic - Fragrant Hot Pot 地址: 313 @ Somerset Level 5, Singapore 238895
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