Yes, as the name suggests, you get 90 minutes to savour an unlimited amount of premium meats, seafood, tteokbokki and ramyeon. 90 Minutes Hotpot is a Korean Tteokbokki Hotpot Buffet beside Bencoolen MRT Station.

Start the meal by concocting your very own soup base with a variety of sauces which includes Home Made, Gungjung, Jajang, Carbonara, Tteokbokki, etc. You can go wild with the ratios or follow their recipes which is listed on the right.

We got the 90 Minutes The Best which is a mixture of equal parts Home Made, Gungjung and Volcano that has a dominant sweetness with a touch of spice in the background.

By now, you’d notice the parallels between 90 Minutes Hotpot and Dookki, which is another Korean Tteokbokki Hotpot Buffet located at Suntec City. The concept is similar, but they have tons of differences.

For starters, 90 Minutes Hotpot as more variety of meats and vegetables while Dookki seems to focus more on ramyeon and tteokbokki.

It’s also worth mentioning that 90 Minutes Hotpot is not halal compared to its counterpart, and they serve pork belly that is so well-marbled, tender and fatty that it literally just melts in your mouth. Highly recommend trying them.

Since we’re talking about ingredients, they also serve abalone slices, la la, and prawns.

To add onto the experience, we upgraded for a Cheese Ring (S$9.9) that’s incorporated with mayonnaise and corn for extra flavour. Don’t even think about savouring this at the end as it’ll dry up by then!

One thing that I really liked about the restaurant was how spacious and brightly lit it was, especially with the multi-coloured neon signs.


Extremely worth it for its price. We paid S$22.9++ for a weekday dinner for a 90 minutes hotpot buffet that includes high-quality pork belly and premium ingredients like abalone.

Location: 9 Bras Basah Rd, Rendezvous Hotel, #01-01, Singapore 189559
Tel: +65
+65 6957 7778
Opening hours:
10am- 11pm

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