Steamboat, aka hotpot, is probably one of the worst options you can pick during COVID-19. Big groups, the unhygienic practice of not using a sharing spoon. But, from one foodie to another, I completely understand how hard it is to suppress one’s cravings. So we’ve searched far and wide and filtered out the best 8 hotpot delivery options to curb your cravings.

Beauty In the Pot

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Its name comes from its rich, nourishing collagen-based pots which offers nutritional benefits. BITP only offers two soup bases, both with conpoy as the main ingredient. The Beauty Collagen Broth is rich, silky and exudes warm homely pleasure. Whereas the Spicy Nourishing Broth, robust with flavors from a mishmash of Chinese herbs, is invigorated by a numbing Szechuan chili oil.

Delivery is available on Oddle and Grabfood with set meals starting from S$78 (3-4 pax).


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An established Thai-Chinese Hotpot restaurant, Coca incorporates Thai flavors with Cantonese-style home cooking. Get the best of both worlds by choosing their Tantalizing Tom Yam Pot and Hua Diao Phoenix Pot. Additionally, for a more thai-oriented experience, order their thai-inspired ingredients such as their Signature Coca Chilli Sauce, Glass Noodles and Fish Glue.

Coca’s promotional deals are only applicable for takeaway/delivery.

Location: 3 Temasek Boulevard, #02-440 Suntec City, Singapore 038983
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HotPot Master

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Who says hotpots are meant to be eaten in a group. Hot Pot Master has specially crafted executive set-lunches for lone wolves to indulge alone. Get your own mini hot pot starting from S$28; menu inclusive of shabu shabu chicken, pork, beef, vegetarian, seafood and a luxurious abalone set.

On the other hand, value hotpot sets starting from S$68, inclusive of premium seafood ingredients such as Gui Fei Abalone Slices and Premium Crab Sticks.

HotPot Master is purely a delivery company and does not have a physical restaurant.

Hai Di Lao

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Hai Di Lao needs no introduction. Skip the queues and order directly on Grabfood and Oddle. However, pots and induction renting service are not available due to the pandemic.

Location: 68 Orchard Rd, #04-01 20, Plaza, Singapore 238839
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Happy pot

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For a quick and hassle-free meal, opt for Happy Pot which sells disposable cutleries and rental pots. Despite catering towards large crowds- their Steamboat Packages serves a minimum of 8 pax-  a la carte is also an option. The ingredients aren’t anything fancy, but some are tagged with promotional prices.

Happy Pot is purely a delivery company and does not have a physical restaurant.

Imperial Treasure Steamboat Restaurant

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Hotpot in Singapore doesn’t get more Cantonese than this. The Tomato and Pork broth really gives it that Hong Kong flavor, but their Imperial Drunken Chicken Soup is the crowd’s favorite. Each soup is made daily from scratch and simmers for hours on the stove, for you to complete with choice cuts of meat, succulent seafood, fresh vegetables, and delectable handmade meatballs.

Imperial Treasure does not offer deliveries, only takeaways.

Location: #04-12A, ION Orchard, 2 Orchard Turn, 238801
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City Hot Pot

Quality ingredients at affordable price, is how I would describe City Hot Pot. If you’re seafood lover, specifically lobster, then you have to order their Signature Meat & Seafood Combo (S$99.99)! It’s meant for 2 people but hey, what’s stopping you from indulging alone?

The set includes any choice of beef, pork, chicken and lamb, in addition to 1 lobster and an assortment of seafood such as scallops and sliced fish. Click here for our full review on City Hot Pot.

Delivery is available on Foodpanda, Deliveroo and Grabfood.

Location: One Raffles Place, #04-26/27/28, Singapore 048616


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Their signature laksa broth is creamy with a touch of spice. Of course, those with a higher spice tolerance can request for a spicier broth. Set menus for 2 pax, 4 pax and 6 pax costs S$45, S$65 and S$100 respectively. I did a little quick math and calculated that it is S$29.75 cheaper than getting the ingredients separately.

Location: 404 Telok Blangah Rd, Singapore 098840

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