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  • Writer's pictureJennifer Yeo

Beauty in the Pot - The Best Hotpot in the East


Enjoying my steamboat

Located at the second level of the newest mall at Tanjong Pagar Road, OneKM, Beauty in the Pot is the latest and one of the most revolutionary concepts by the Paradise Group. The ambience is cosy with brick walls and wooden furniture, reminiscent of one of the hotpot restaurants in China. The interior is elegant with dark, louvered panels enhanced by a variety of feature lights.



The interior

The waitresses are amicable and attentive and are trained to treat diners like royalty, bowing every time they leave your table, be it after taking your order, serving your food or refilling your water. Dining here is an indulgent and pampering experience from the beginning to the end of the meal.

Inspired by the culture of food for health, the hotpot concept offers nutritious and rejuvenating soup bases boasting abundant benefits including anti-ageing and nourishing properties. Emphasising on the perfect balance of Yin and Yang, the soup bases are meticulously brewed by the culinary team. The two signature soup bases are the dense beauty collagen soup and spicy nourishing soup - $20 per pot (with three levels of spiciness). The former comprises shark’s cartilage as the main ingredient while the latter is prepared using ginseng, dang gui, dangshen, wolfberries and red dates. Offering also the twin flavours broth ($25), guests can savour the best of both worlds.


Crispy fried beancurd skin and assorted fish and meat ball platter

In addition to the flavourful and health boosting soup bases, the restaurant prides itself on its extensive menu of fresh ingredients and homemade specialties, carefully hand-picked by the culinary team.


Homemade fish tofu

Signature items include the homemade fish tofu ($1.80 per piece) delicately prepared with fresh yellowtail fish, soy milk and egg white to create a melt-in-your-mouth texture, ebiko prawn paste ($12) and crispy fried beancurd skin ($3). 


US Wagyu ribeye, US Kurobuta pork and fried yam

Other noteworthy items include the US Wagyu ribeye ($24), drunken prawns, US Kurobuta pork ($18), scallop fish paste ($12), sliced red garoupa ($28), fried yam ($2.50 for half portion, $5 for full portion) and assorted dumpling platter ($10), assorted fish ball and meat ball platter ($10). Adventurous diners will definitely love the pork and pig ear ball which is crunchy and delectable.


Delectable scallop paste


Assorted mushrooms

Other accompaniments to go with the hotpot include la mian ($2.50 per piece), rice cake ($2.50 half portion, $5 full portion), potato wide and thin vermicelli ($2.50 half portion, $5 full portion), assorted mushroom platter and a selection of vegetables such as tang o ($3 half portion, $5 full portion), Chinese cabbage ($2.50 half portion, $5 full portion), baby romaine lettuce ($2.50 half portion, $5 full portion) and baby Chinese spinach ($2.50 half portion, $5 full portion).


Sauce and condiment station

There is also a sauce and condiments station where you can prepare your own special sauce.


Yuzu sorbet

At the end of the meal, icy and refreshing yuzu sorbet was served to cleanse the palate and conclude the meal on a lovely note.

Beauty in the Pot offers one of the best hotpots I've had so far. The fresh food, coupled with friendly service make the whole experience a pleasurable one.


The exterior

The restaurant is open from 11am to 3pm for lunch and 5pm to 1am on Mondays to Thursdays. On Fridays, Saturdays and eves of public holidays, the restaurant is open from 11am to 3am and on Sundays and public holidays, it is open from 11am to 1am.

Beauty in the Pot is located at 11 Tanjong Katong Road, #02-21, One KM, Singapore 437 157.

For reservations, please call 67022542.


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