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Beauty in the pot restaurant dine-in

Beauty in the Pot is a chinese hotpot restaurant located in Singapore serving the sichuan gastnomny flair, offering a social dining experience with quality ingredients to boot. Lets take a hotpot dine-in today.

The table spread on a typical dine-in here at Beauty in the pot.
The table spread on a typical dine-in here at Beauty in the pot.

Part of the Paradise Group

Notably, the restaurant first opened its doors in 2017, making it a relatively new-comer to the already crowded local mala dining scene. However, in just a few short years, it has become a must-visit destination for foodies looking to indulge in some delicious hotpot.

Entrance of Beauty in the pot at vivocity.
Posh entrance of Beauty in the pot at vivocity.

Also, Beauty in the Pot is part of the Paradise Group, which is a prominent Singapore-based restaurant company. The group has several other well-known restaurant brands under its umbrella, including Paradise Dynasty and Canton Paradise.

The first thing that you’ll notice on their menu is their impressive selection of ingredients on display. There are several different soup bases to choose from. Examples includes their signature Beauty Collagen Broth, Spicy (mala) Nourishing Soup, and Herbal Drunken Chicken Soup.

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4 way soup
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Ordering tablet
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Accompanying Tea

Your table has a large hotpot in the center of their table. This creates a interactive dining experience, where you can enjoy your meal with family and friends.

The spread is pretty impressive and good quality too.
The spread is pretty impressive and good quality too.

The soups are flavourful and rich with refills placed on a trolley beside you you can self-help. You can see Beauty in the pot trying to crave out a market segment offering collagen soups to differentiate themselves from incumbents Tsukada Nojo nabe and Hai Di lao. I will recommend the collagen as it is after all their staple soup and obligatory Mala for the hotpot kicks.

Hai Di Lao on a budget

The ordering process is straightforward – you simply select your soup base, choose your ingredients, and wait for them to be cooked. The menu offers a wide variety of meats, seafood, vegetables, and noodles to choose from, so there’s something to suit every taste preference. Some of the must-try dishes include the US Angus Beef, handmade fish tofu, and shrimp paste chicken.

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Fresh pork
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Vegetable trolley
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Handmade fish tofu

Moreover, one of the highlight offerings of Beauty in the Pot too is its condiment counter, which offers a diverse range of sauces and spices to complement your hotpot.

Condiment counter offers a selection of garnish and fruits.
Condiment counter offers a selection of garnish and fruits.

At the condiment counter, you can choose from an array of sauces, including sesame, garlic, spicy, and many others. You can also add herbs, spices, and fresh vegetables to create your own personalized dipping sauce. Some standout options include the sesame sauce with chili, ginger, and scallion, as well as the garlic chili sauce with coriander and vinegar.

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4 way split pot
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Noodles
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Condiments bar

On food quality, Beauty in the Pot certainly delivers. The ingredients are fresh, and the portions are generous, ensuring that you’ll leave feeling satisfied. The service is also noteworthy, with attentive and friendly staff who are happy to answer any questions you may have and ensure that your dining experience is a pleasant one.

Also, the service at Beauty in the Pot is good, it is comparable to that of typical Chinese restaurant but not up there in the likes of Hai Di Lao hotpot. Still, the staff are friendly, attentive, and knowledgeable, and they go out of their way to make sure that you have an enjoyable dining experience. They’re always on hand to answer any questions you may have and to recommend dishes based on your taste preferences.

Good quality ingredients

You be tempted to make comparisons to the current market hotpot leader restaurant in Singapore. Though service is not as attentive and personalised like that you experience at Hai Di Lao. If you do not might the more sub-par service but with comparable quality of food, Beauty in the pot is a good contender for your hotpot fix.

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Fresh fish
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Fresh prawns
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Chicken meat

Still, the restaurant’s dining ambience is elegant and luxurious, with a modern and chic decor. The seating arrangements are spacious and comfortable, and there’s a sense of privacy and intimacy even though the restaurant can get quite busy during peak dining hours. Notably, going in hotpot culture, the restaurant opens till late at 3am. The dim lighting and soft music also add to the overall dining experience, creating a warm and inviting atmosphere.

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Restaurant interior
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Dessert drink
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Ice cream

In conclusion, if you’re looking for a delicious hotpot dining experience in Singapore, Beauty in the Pot is one to consider. With its impressive selection of ingredients, exceptional food quality, attentive service, and elegant ambience, it’s no wonder that this restaurant has become a firm favourite among locals and tourists alike. So go ahead, indulge in some hotpot goodness, and let your taste buds thank you for it!

Verdict:

Must Go! | Actually pretty Good | Worth Trying | Shortlist Optionally | Should Avoid

Beauty in the pot Locality Map

VivoCity mall,
1 HarbourFront Walk,
#03-08A, Singapore 098585
Opening Hours: 11:30 am– 3am daily

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