Le Le Pot has affordable hotpot buffet in Tiong Bahru

Image credit: @lelepotsg

For some reason, Singaporeans just can’t get enough of hotpot restaurants. Just ask any of your friend groups—you’re bound to find a couple of steamboat faithfuls amongst the bunch. If you too are someone who swears by a heartwarming meal by a bubbling pot, then swing by Le Le Pot the next time you find yourself in the Tiong Bahru neighbourhood.

Image credit: Justin Teo Y.K.

Located right opposite Tiong Bahru Market, Le Le Pot is a no-frills hotpot restaurant that’s known for its unique soup bases, as well as their wide range of sides that you don’t quite see at other similar haunts. You can choose to order a la carte, but if you’re feeling especially ravenous, then go for their Hot Pot Buffet, which is just $29.80++ per person on weekdays and $30.80++ on weekends.

Image credit: @drumzfreak

For starters, Le Le Pot has nine soup bases to choose from. Soup bases are $6 per pot, and you’ll get to choose two of them to cook with. Play it safe with familiar flavours such as Herbal Chicken Soup and Tomato Soup, or opt for the signature Tom Yam Soup and a lesser-seen Coconut Chrysanthemum Soup

20 Best Hotpot Restaurants In Singapore, Including Steamboat Buffets

Once you’ve settled on your broth, it’s time to fill out your order sheet. This chit is packed with over 50 ingredients to pick from, so even the pickiest eater will leave satisfied. Before you start cooking, don’t forget to hit up their DIY sauce bar. They’ve got coriander, garlic, chilli padi and the like to concoct your favourite tried-and-tested dips.

Image credit: @lelepotsg

Expect standard hotpot fodder including beef and mutton slices, pork belly strips, as well as seafood mainstays: fresh Prawns, Squid, Cuttlefish, Clams, and Cockles. Of course, mushroom options such as abalone, shiitake, and king oyster mushrooms are on the menu, while your choice of greens includes xiao bai cai, white cabbage, lotus root, and spinach. 

Image credit: Poh Heng Ong

For those who can’t go a meal without having their carbs, Le Le Pot also has staples including glass noodles, mi tai mak, udon, yellow noodles, and good ol’ plain rice. Should these not suffice, then order a couple of their fried sides too. Indulge in finger foods such as fried chicken wings, fried mini buns, cheesy fries, and onion rings.

Image credit: Le Le Pot 乐乐锅 Tiong Bahru

Do note that a minimum of two adults will be required to opt for this buffet. Also, non-buffet diners who’d like to enjoy the steamboat here have to rack up a minimum spend of $30 on hotpot items, so keep that in mind when you’re ticking off food to add to your order. 

If you’re looking for more entries to add to your list of hotpot restaurants in Singapore, consider taking a look at Imperial Taste Steamboat Buffet. Otherwise, Woodlands Claypot Prawn is another one to look out for, with their new outlet situated in Tampines. 

Address: 58 Seng Poh Road, #01-23, Singapore 160058
Opening hours: Daily 11am to 3pm, 5pm to 11pm
Le Le Pot is not a halal-certified eatery.

Get Hotpot Buffet From $19.90+ With Free-Flow Lok Lok At This Bedok Restaurant

Feature image adapted from Le Le Pot 乐乐锅 Tiong Bahru and Jasmine Leong

The post Le Le Pot: $29.80++ Hotpot Buffet With Over 50 Ingredients In Tiong Bahru  appeared first on EatBook.sg – Local Singapore Food Guide And Review Site.

Read More