Food Tasting at JPOT-Hotpot Singapore Style (03-16)!

We invited 6 food lovers for a scrumptious food tasting session at JPOT-Hotpot Singapore Style (#03-16)!

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These food lovers were spoilt for choice when they were presented with the menu filled with yummy photos of all the fresh hotpot ingredients.

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Tiffany (blogger) had a hard time choosing between the popular JPOT Superior Broth and Vegetarian soup base.

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Rae (designer) and Fenni (entrepreneur) were fascinated by the recommended handmade cheese meatballs and mini dim sum on the menu.

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Ordering time!

If you have visited JPOT, you would know that they are using an iPad ordering system to facilitate the whole ordering process. No more waving your hands up high to catch the waiter’s attention!

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Before the soup base and food arrived, the food lovers were busy mixing their own personalized dips from the wide range of condiments available.

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Here’s Fenni very own dip!

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You might have tried Tom Yam, Herbal, Chicken soup base at other hotpot places. But have you tried these two specialities before..?

Laska Soup Base

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Bak Ku Teh

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JPOT serves individual pots of soup to each customer, so that they are able to enjoy a hygienic and personalized dining experience.

If you have friends who do not like beef, spiciness or vegetables in their soup, you will not need to share the pot with them! JPOT should be your next favourite restaurant to organize a gathering!

Yummy food deserves some photography attention! The diners were so attracted by the appetising food display that they couldn’t resist taking photos of them.

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Everyone loves the process of making their own fish and pork paste noodles in their soup!

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The most luxurious dish of the day!

The live fish was sliced neatly for the hotpot, and the rest of the body (head and bones) were deep fried to allow diners to have two different tastes of the fresh seafood!

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The food bloggers have indeed enjoyed their dining experience at JPOT.
Let’s take a look at their verdicts here:

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