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Hai Di Lao (Clarke Quay)

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AsianChineseSeafoodSichuanSteamboat

This popular steamboat chain from China has opened its first overseas outlet in Singapore. Food served is the typical Sichuan style hot pot with a selection of meats, vegetables and sauces. While waiting for a table, customers will be treated to complimentary drinks, snacks and even a manicure.

Daily: 10:30 - 03:00

+65 63378626
$48 based on 52 submissions
After Work (13 votes), Dinner (12 votes), Ala Carte (11 votes)
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Awesome service and awesome food

For more reviews, visit: http://www.huipingtay.blogspot.com

Hai Di Lao keeps me in awe with their service level. Staff are attention to your needs and frequently check on you to refill your drinks and ask if everything is alright. After placing your order using the ipad, food is served shortly after. I particularly like their 黑猪肉 extremely chewy and tender. Another popular dish is their noodles. It is a common site to see chefs 'playing' with the noodle in front of customers being serving it. 

Hai Di Lao is an extremely popular hotpot spot, queues can easily last for 2 hours. But fret not, while waiting to be served, help yourself to free flow of popcorn, drinks and Chinese desserts. Did I mention, you could even get your manicure done during the wait.

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• 20 May 2015 • 21 reviews • 0 follower

Awesome service and awesome food

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For more reviews, visit: http://www.huipingtay.blogspot.com

Hai Di Lao keeps me in awe with their service level. Staff are attention to your needs and frequently check on you to refill your drinks and ask if everything is alright. After placing your order using the ipad, food is served shortly after. I particularly like their 黑猪肉 extremely chewy and tender. Another popular dish is their noodles. It is a common site to see chefs 'playing' with the noodle in front of customers being serving it. 

Hai Di Lao is an extremely popular hotpot spot, queues can easily last for 2 hours. But fret not, while waiting to be served, help yourself to free flow of popcorn, drinks and Chinese desserts. Did I mention, you could even get your manicure done during the wait.
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• 16 May 2015 • 9 reviews • 0 follower

best hotpot

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one of the best hotpot i have tried in singapore. their spicy broth mala ia very awesome! The food is fresh and the noodle performance was special and skillful!!
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• 14 May 2015 • 1 review • 0 follower

Fabulous Service and Experience for Hotpot Dining

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Really a fantastic restaurant! Best service ever! You have to order noodles just to see the noodle show! Food is good too! If you like spicy hotpot then it should be the place to come. Highly recommend it!
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