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Hotpots have always been a masculine thing in HK.
[Beauty In the Pot] is pink and girly!!
It is a great place to go with your besties for a fun time.
They have private rooms and a children's play area so kids can be entertained...as well.
Sauces are a must for hotpots and they have an impressive range.
There is a recipe for different sauces which you can experiment with.
Ordering is simple with the digital menu which is clear and easy to use.
The signature collagen soup was creamy and loaded with red dates.
I definitely recommend drinking the soup before putting anything in.
All the ingredients are fresh and my favourite is the blood jelly.
To nibble on was the crispy egg salted fish skin which are so addictive.
The noodles go well in the spicy soup and they have a nice chew to it.
Definitely coming back but a bit later as I am waiting for the Signature Homemade Tofu Fish as this is one of the famous items in Singapore which seems problematic!!More
Beauty in the pot is a steamboat restaurant that was originated from Singapore and expanded to Hong Kong. It promoted family gathering as they provide playground for kids to play.
They offered dual soup base for customers to choose from, and their tomato and drunken...chicken soup base was rich in taste and nourishing.
Sugar cane drink was icy cold and cooling, help to quench our thirst.
Assorted paste was pork, prawn and squid. They were freshly made, able to taste the freshness.
Sliced pork was thin in texture, and was chewy and juicy.
Grass carp with bone was very crunchy and chewy, with bright white in colour when cooked.
Fried beancurd skin was soft and smooth when dipped into the soup base, absorbing the essence of the soup base.
Sliced cel tuce - It was crunchy and chewy, sweet in taste too.
Iced yuzu was served after the meal, and was very cold and refreshing.More
Iced lemongrass sugar cane - It was cooling and refreshing, helping to cool down my body during this hot weather. It topped up slightly for free flow option.
We chose half tomato corn soup and half drunken chicken soup base. Tomato soup was very sweet,...with strong tomato taste. Chicken soup was clear and nourishing, with slight ginseng taste.
Fried sliced eel - It was fried till the skin was soft and crispy, and eel was soft and smooth as well. Fried garlic helped to make it more flavourful.
US Angus beef - The beef was thin in texture, with alot of marbling on it. It was tender and juicy, able to taste the freshness.
Handmade cheesy prawn balls and cuttlefish balls were very chewy and cheesy, able to taste the freshness.
Pork and chive dumpling - It was of thin texture, and cooked till juicy and chewy. The chef was generous with the pork filling.
Spinach was cooked till crunchy and juicy, fresh as well.
Potato thin vermicelli - The noodle was transparent in colour when cooked. It was very chewy and starchy, filling to the stomach.
After we finished our meal, they served us a jug of yuzu sorbet to quench our thirst and clear our palate. It was refreshing and sour, with strong yuzu taste.More
Date of visit: June 2020
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