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JPOT (VivoCity)

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
$34 based on 69 submissions
Dinner (25 votes), Children/Family (20 votes), Large Groups/Gathering (20 votes)

Good Steamboat Place

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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Based on 69 votes
01 Jan 2015 • 8 reviews • 0 follower

Good Steamboat Place

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!
09 Dec 2014 • 6 reviews • 0 follower

hearty meal and value for money

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.
18 Nov 2014 • 153 reviews • 6 followers

Pleasant steamboat experience

My last visit to JPot was almost 3 years ago, and I guess they must have done some minor revamp as the chairs were no longer the same. What I last remembered were the high-back sofa benches along the glass façade. However, these have since been replaced by orange cushioned seats

And gone are the days when we placed our orders manually with the staff as all tables were equipped with iPads. Yah, I don’t remember seeing these iPads on my previous visit. Which we felt was actually a pain in the neck as it was difficult getting the staff’s attention when we wanted to make some clarification about the set menus.

And yes, the only menu which we received in hardcopy was for the various set menus (pages 1, 2, 3) where the breakdown of the dishes was shown. To place orders for these set menus, one will also need to use the iPad.

And from the menu, we ordered:-

1) Menu D, $108 for 4 pax comprising of:-

(A) Soup (choice of 4 items) – We were each given our individual pots and we went with (clockwise, top left) fish head soup (additional $1), bak kut teh, JPOT superior broth and tom yum from the 9 flavours that were available. And all were pretty good although bak kut teh was not a very versatile soup base to be cooking ingredients like prawns as it altered its flavour.

(B) Spinach & mushroom

(C) Seafood & noodle combination platter – Live prawn, sliced toman fish, sliced squid, scallop, red chilli with fish paste, pork noodle, fish noodle.

Due to the (silly) 3000 characters limit, continue to read my review on other dishes here: PART2

3) Hand-made jumbo pork ball, $5 – I guess the presentation was probably more for its novelty. As it was big, we had to further divide it into smaller pieces to ensure the meat was cooked thoroughly. And because we had to divide the jumbo-sized ball, it caused the meat to sort of disintegrate. Stick to ordering the normal small-sized meat balls. At least one is assured of bouncy balls!

Other than being very full from ordering too many a-la carte items in addition to our set menu (haha), we enjoyed our lunch at JPot. The lack of human touch which we felt initially with the automatic ordering system proved not to be an issue as the staff consistently checked on us. They would regularly go on their rounds to top up our soup, or clear the empty dishes. Not topping up of drinks since these were free flow (after paying the respective prices) and self-service.

I liked that the recipes were pasted at the self-service counter for the dipping sauces. If not I normally have lots of problem trying to come up with a tasty concoction. Ha. And cause I was wearing a white skirt, I requested for an apron. I got to learn that aprons were available when the staff offered my brother one as he was wearing a white top. The lady was worried he would stain his shirt. Thumbs up for good service!

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Fatty pork belly served
23 Feb 2014 • 3 reviews • 4 followers

Lousy service

This is the 1st time here as the feedbacks were quite positive. We arrived around 4:30pm on Sunday. The staff who showed us our table informed us to finish our meal by 6pm so that they can served the dinner crowd. I was wondering what kind of request is this? I was a bit pissed by the request. But got over it soon as we wanted to order and try out the food here. We had ordered a plate of pork belly and we were served with something too fatty for our liking. We requested them to help to change to something less fatty. They refused to change and insisted that belly is that fatty. Food so so only. Overall my experience here was not a pleasant one and i will definitely not return here anymore. There are many steamboat restaurant in sg to choose from.
Signature JPOT Dip
22 Feb 2014 • 333 reviews • 54 followers

Hotpot Singapore Style

Full JPOT review here:

Founded in 2009, JPOT offers the best of Individual Hotpot dining, with 7 different soup bases, a clean and comfortable ambience, although much of their presentation is copied from other successful hotpot brands.

Ambience at JPOT is good, with bright lighting, well ventilated interior, and spacious furniture. Tables are set for individual hotpots, and their food presentation is styled after China Hai Di Lao Huo Guo. Ordering is done through tablets are each table.

JPOT is largely self-service, although food orders and bills are presented by staff. I also noticed that staff are quite efficient are clearing away empty / dirty plates. Otherwise, there isn't much interaction.

There is a good range and variety of food at JPOT. Besides the 7 varieties of soup base, there is almost 90 items on the menu, ranging from meat to seafood to vegetables and even dim sum. However, prices at JPOT are quite expensive, as it's not a buffet but ala-carte, amounting to about SGD $25 and above per person. And the quantity provided isn't much either.