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Hai Di Lao (Clarke Quay) 海底捞火é”

Asian, Chinese, Seafood, Sichuan, Steamboat

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39 votes

63378626

Daily: 10:30 - 03:00

$49 based on 27 reviews
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. See what foodies like this place for
 • 20 Jul 20147 reviews 0 followers


 Hai Di Lao serves more than just delicious food to happy customers, their service is almost exceptional and unique compared to other places (In a good way, duh) But with ridiculously outstanding customer service, one should expect to get a ridiculously long waiting time as well.
 
Reservations are recommended, or you can expect the waiting time to go up to 2-3 hours on weekends and during peak hours. If the queue is really too long, distract yourself...

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The HGW community like this place for...

  • Dinner11 votes
  • After Work9 votes
  • Ala Carte9 votes
  • Birthdays8 votes
  • Large Groups6 votes
  • Large Groups/Gathering6 votes
  • Anniversary4 votes
  • Children/Family4 votes
  • Girls Night Out4 votes
  • Lunch4 votes
  • Relaxed4 votes
  • Supper4 votes
  • Night Out3 votes
  • Vibrant/Noisy3 votes

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  • Handmade Noodle9 votes
  • Steamboat with ingredients of your liking7 votes
  • Chicken Soup Base6 votes
  • Black Pork5 votes
  • prawn paste5 votes
  • premium beef4 votes
  • Black soya milk3 votes
  • Ma La soup3 votes
  • black angus beef3 votes

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What others are saying...

 • 20 Jul 20147 reviews 0 followers


 Hai Di Lao serves more than just delicious food to happy customers, their service is almost exceptional and unique compared to other places (In a good way, duh) But with ridiculously outstanding customer service, one should expect to get a ridiculously long waiting time as well.
 
Reservations are recommended, or you can expect the waiting time to go up to 2-3 hours on weekends and during peak hours. If the queue is really too long, distract yourself...

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PURPLE • 19 Jul 2014226 reviews 10 followers

The queue during Friday evenings are quite notorious and I can attest to that. Went early before 630pm to get queue number and the table was only ready around 9pm.
 
Service was good but slightly inconsistent with what others had reported. No hair clip, no apron, no plastic cover for mobile phones and no cloth to cover bags. Didn't mind all those though.
 
Food was fresh, broth was tasty and our table was fully covered with all sorts...

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ijustwantfood • 27 May 20143 reviews 0 followers

It is my fourth visit to Hai Di Lao since last year. I always leave the restaurant satisfied and fully sated at every visit. The dining experience is a breeze and hassle-free.
 
 I had lunch at Hai Di Lao for the first time. At 1pm, the restaurant was still crowded. Luckily, I reserved a table a week prior to my lunch with my girlfriend. While waiting for her, one of the staff offered me a plate of fruits...

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