Nothing brings family and friends together like the aroma of soup brewing in the centre of the dining table, pot bubbling with a spread of fresh ingredients. It’s no wonder hotpots are the unparalleled nom of choice for gatherings, whether it’s at home or outside. And if you’re craving hotpot on a night in, guess what: you can skip all the preparation with hotpot delivery!
Ranging from affordable to premium prices, these 8 hotpot delivery bundles cater to both small and big group gatherings. With a vast variety of ingredients from meat and seafood, to exotic ingredients and even all-vegan options, you’re all set. Get ready and feast away with the best hotpot with Oddle Eats, Singapore style.
Originating from Bangkok, Thai-Cantonese restaurant Coca serves up a tangy twist to the typical Chinese steamboat. Treat your tastebuds to rich flavours like Double Boiled Treasure (from $12), whereby the chicken soup is boiled for six hours and enriched with Chinese herbs like red dates, wolfberries and dang gui. Also try the Tantalising Tom Yum (from $9.80), the perfect spicy soup with a hint of acidity to accompany your spread of seafood.
Pair the broths with Coca’s signature fish paste and suki-style meats for a match made in hotpot heaven. For Set A (from $88++) which caters to 3-4 pax, you’ll get a generous spread of ingredients such as pork collar, prawns, shrimp wantons, fish balls with roe. Can’t forget the crowd favourite Coca Chilli Sauce, too!
A popular Japanese grocer, SHINSEN boasts fresh, quality ingredients flown in from the U.S., Australia and Japan. They are official suppliers for several established Japanese restaurants here as well, so you can be sure of their standards. SHINSEN also offers 3 shabu bundles; pork, beef and wagyu beef, which would be perfect for hotpot. The SHINSEN Shabu (Pork) (from $79++) features shirobuta pork belly, U.S. pork collar, and a variety of fish. For wagyu lovers, the SUMO Wagyu Beef Shabu (from $129++) offers a whopping 900g of wagyu karubi shabu, as well as an assortment of beef and fish.
You may have heard of Tong Xin Ru Yi for its wild broth selection, with soup bases including Golden Chicken, and even Spicy Mala Catfish soup. Famed for their slow-cook methods and flavourful broths, the restaurant delivers a pretty exciting menu alongside their hotpot bundles: think Catfish with Pickled Cabbage (from $48++) and Spicy Rabbit Pot (from $68++)! As if having Kurobuta (Japanese black pork) and tiger prawns in a hotpot bundle wasn’t tantalising enough (drools).
Hailing from Inner Mongolia, Little Sheep Hot Pot boasts flavourful broths that showcase Chinese herbs and spices. Great to warm you up from the inside! If you’re looking for a hearty hotpot with medicinal benefits, their signature white soup contains a whopping blend of 36 herbs and spices that aid in blood circulation and digestion, perfect for a wholesome meal with family.
If you’re dining with a friend, a great option would be Set Meal A (from $94.16++). It comes with one soup base and meat respectively, and 22 other fixed ingredients from Fuzhou fish balls to king oyster mushrooms. You’ll be amazed by both the soup quality as well as the ingredient variety.
Best known for its affordable single pot set meals starting from $10++,Le Le Potoffers a variety of eight soup flavours comprising herbal chicken, vegetarian, and even a unique coconut chrysanthemum soup.
There’s something for everyone, and it’s fuss-free—true to its brand as the Singapore-style hotpot. Satisfy your hotpot cravings with delivery: get the Seafood set (from $12++) and choose a soup base and main staple (rice, ee mee, glass noodles or instant noodles etc.), or splurge on the US Angus Prime Short Ribs (from $25++) and treat yourself to luxurious cuts of tender, juicy meat.
Vegans and vegetarians rejoice! Popular local flavours like laksa and curry that usually contain milk and animal products are now made vegan-friendly by Nature Vegetarian Delights, which offers a plant-based alternative to the hotpot experience.
For aDIY Hotpot Party (from $43.80++ for 3-4 pax, $65.80++ for 6-7 pax), you get to construct your perfect pot of soup by choosing your broth, ingredient varieties, and side dishes to add on, including a wide variety of seasonal vegetables, mushrooms, and vegan mock meats and fish. With Nature Vegetarian Delights’ myriad of vegan dishes, you’ll never feel left out of a communal hotpot experience ever again!
The hour-long wait at Tsukada Nojo’s branches says it all: Singaporeans can’t get enough of the Japanese restaurant’s “Bijin Nabe” (Beauty Hotpot). Chock full of creamy collagen, their signature chicken broth is made from stewing rare “Jitokko” chicken bones for over eight hours until the collagen solidifies into a smooth, silky pudding-like texture—similar to tau huay. And if you were introduced to Japanese hotpot with Shabu Sai, I reckon you’ll love Tsukada Nojo too!
Skip the queue and savour this creamy hotpot via delivery, sent straight to your doorstep. The Chicken Set (from $65++ for 2 pax) comes with 1kg of silky collagen soup, chicken, prawns, vegetables, noodles and chili. Watch the pudding-like collagen melt into broth and slurp it up at home in bliss. You’ll get what the hype is all about!
Spice up your family dinners with hotpot delivery and save yourself the hassle of prepping and cleaning up. And if it’s hard to arrange your gathering outside, bring the communal experience back home with Oddle Eats’ fuss-free hotpot deliveries.