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Address
#01-06, Clarke Quay, 3D River Valley Road, 179023
Australian, New Zealand, Seafood, Steak and Grills, Western
+65 6884 6884
+65 63334868

Mon - Fri: 12:00 - 15:00

Mon - Thu: 18:00 - 23:00

Fri - Sat: 18:00 - 02:00

Sun: 18:00 - 23:00

$56 based on 23 submissions
Dinner (7 votes), Lunch (7 votes), After Work (5 votes) ...

Hot Stones Steak And Seafood Restaurant is located at Clarke Quay and specialises unique method of cooking their dishes on a serpentine volcanic stone slabs to retain freshness and flavour of the meat to make it more juicy and delicious.

What others are eating here

Soup, Calamari rings and bread
Soup, Calamari rings and bread
beef
beef
salmon
salmon
when cooking
when cooking

Latest Review for Hot Stones

Overall RatingBased on 23 reviews
Food/Drink3.3
Value2.9
Ambience2.9
Service3.1
Most helpful review:

Party pf 12 - All enjoyed it.

Food/Drink 3| Value 3| Ambience 4| Service 4
Total Reviews: 6

Took a party of 12, from various parts of the world and they all enjoyed it. Tried the pork, pasta, kobe and other steaks, and seafood. Good service, we all got our orders together without a long wait. Price came to 150 per px, that included about 4 bottles of wine, some beer, some spirits, and some desserts. We skipped starters. This was my second visit and I would go back. My only complaint is that it was difficult to book for a large party, their phone was set to fax and this site would not let me book for 12 people so I had to go down there to book. but it was worth it. 

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Expensive Dinner @ Hot Stones

Food/Drink 3| Value 1| Ambience 1| Service 3
Total Review: 1

Very very expensive dinner !!! Once is enough ... don't waste your time there. Don't know whether it is water dripping from the top of the table or something else.

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Party pf 12 - All enjoyed it.

Food/Drink 3| Value 3| Ambience 4| Service 4
Total Reviews: 6

Took a party of 12, from various parts of the world and they all enjoyed it. Tried the pork, pasta, kobe and other steaks, and seafood. Good service, we all got our orders together without a long wait. Price came to 150 per px, that included about 4 bottles of wine, some beer, some spirits, and some desserts. We skipped starters. This was my second visit and I would go back. My only complaint is that it was difficult to book for a large party, their phone was set to fax and this site would not let me book for 12 people so I had to go down there to book. but it was worth it. 

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Set meal is cheap but was better.

Food/Drink 2| Value 4| Ambience 2| Service 2
Total Reviews: 25

Hot Stones Steak & Seafood Restaurant used to be one of my go-to places for a great set lunch. Located at Clarke Quay, Hot Stones is one of the many restaurants offering Weekday Set Lunches at $15 nett. The sets range from 2 to 6 courses and are immense value for money compared to ala carte prices.

However, while there is no denying Hot Stones still serves up a decent set lunch, it no longer entices me for the fact that standards of meat cuts, portion sizes, sides, service and even accompanying sauces have deteriorated over the years since I first visited the restaurant in 2007.

At Hot Stones, the Set Lunch ($15 nett) gets you 2 courses of soup/dessert of the day and a main of either Sashimi Grade Salmon, Australian Beef Sirloin or Chicken Breast. A couple of years back, one could choose up to 2 options of main with more choices like Prawns and Kurobuta Pork, but the choices have been sadly whittled down.

The soup of the day was Mushroom Soup, accompanied by Toasted Garlic Bread. This turned out to be the most enjoyable dish as it wasn’t the typical canned-like Mushroom Soup, tasting more like it was homemade with wild mushroom and had a thick, creamy and woody flavour.

While the Beef was immensely disappointing due to the lack of marbling and the cut given (compared to what we have came to expect from Hot Stones from previous visits), the Salmon was still good, though it tasted better raw then cooked, perhaps from the lack of punch in the marinate.

The meat and fish are served raw at Hot Stones and each table is given a hot cooking stone which will slowly cook the protein through.

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