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JPOT (VivoCity) (珍宝火锅)

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This steamboat restaurant from the Jumbo Group offers seven types of soup bases suitable for all palates, ranging from bak kut teh to tom yum. In addition to fresh poultry,live seafood and vegetarian ingredients, diners can also order dim sum specialties.

Fri: 12:00 - 15:00

Fri: 18:00 - 01:00

Mon - Thu: 12:00 - 15:00

Mon - Thu: 18:00 - 23:00

Sat: 12:00 - 01:00

Sun: 12:00 - 23:00

+65 62733536
$35 based on 70 submissions
Dinner (25 votes), Children/Family (20 votes), Large Groups/Gathering (20 votes)
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First impression is that the restaurant is spacious. Visited here for a few times already and the most recent visit was made because i bought a groupon for weekday lunch. The pricing here is quite expensive and is not buffet style. However, the quality of the food is quite good. Well presented and looks clean... Some steamboat buffets could be quite disgusting, if you know what i mean. Tried their supreme broth, herbal, tomyum and bak kut teh... All are good. even the refill soup is good *thumbs up*. Some steamboats out there give you very diluted tasteless soup as refill and i hate it. My favorite is the jumbo pork balls. Very yummy! The only item on the menu that i would not order again is the cheese sausage. $1.20(iirc) and only 2 tiny pieces, and tastes very salty. The meats and seafood are all of decent quality. Vegetables are also properly washed. Overall, i would visit again... If in the mood for steamboat and hubby is willing to splurge. Hehe... 

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• 03 Feb 2015 • 2 reviews • 0 follower

Jpot steamboat

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First impression is that the restaurant is spacious. Visited here for a few times already and the most recent visit was made because i bought a groupon for weekday lunch. The pricing here is quite expensive and is not buffet style. However, the quality of the food is quite good. Well presented and looks clean... Some steamboat buffets could be quite disgusting, if you know what i mean. Tried their supreme broth, herbal, tomyum and bak kut teh... All are good. even the refill soup is good *thumbs up*. Some steamboats out there give you very diluted tasteless soup as refill and i hate it. My favorite is the jumbo pork balls. Very yummy! The only item on the menu that i would not order again is the cheese sausage. $1.20(iirc) and only 2 tiny pieces, and tastes very salty. The meats and seafood are all of decent quality. Vegetables are also properly washed. Overall, i would visit again... If in the mood for steamboat and hubby is willing to splurge. Hehe... 
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• 01 Jan 2015 • 8 reviews • 0 follower

Good Steamboat Place

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Looking for a suitable place to eat steamboat and chill out with friends? JPOT is definitely a good place to do both. The food served are of good quality and the interior decoration makes the place feel comfortable. Will go there again whenever my friends are free!
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• 09 Dec 2014 • 6 reviews • 0 follower

hearty meal and value for money

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restaurant is clean and taste wise very good. They also provide ziplog bags for us to keep our phones.

i especially like the superior broth and the jumbo pork ball. The tampines outlet serves hi tea set which is value for money. i like the almond beancurd dessert too.

service is prompt most of the time.
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