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10 Best Halal Hotpot Places For Mookata, Korean Steamboat And More

19th March 2024

Best halal hotpot places in Singapore

If you’re looking to feast with family or friends, one of your best bets is to go to a steamboat or hotpot place. And while the vast majority of them non-halal, increasingly more and more eateries have begun offering Muslim-friendly steamboat. If you’re looking for places that offer exactly that, then keep reading, for we’ll introduce you to the best halal hotpot places in Singapore.

1. CHICE – The Original Chickata

Halal Steamboats - Chickata Thai Hot Pot and Western Food

Westies are in luck, because there’s a halal mookata buffet in the region that has earned many rave review. CHICE – The Original Chickata is its name, and it offers a $22.80+ per pax mookata with a choice of one soup and six “Chickata” items. These items include your classic hotpot ingredients, such as turkey bacon, beef, dory fish slices, crabsticks, and meatballs. As for the soup base, you can either have the signature Chickata Chicken Broth, or Tom Yum Soup for an additional $6.

Address:2 Venture Drive, Vision Exchange, #01-47, Singapore 608526
Opening hours: Tue-Fri 3pm to 10:30pm, Sat-Sun 12:30pm to 10:30pm
Tel: 6655 4490
CHICE – The Original Chickata is a halal-certifed eatery.

2. Sedap Thai

Halal Steamboats - Sedap Thai

If you don’t mind having mookata at a hawker centre, check out Sedap Thai, a steamboat stall located on the first floor of Berseh Food Centre. Beef fat is used here instead of pork lard, and you can opt for either chicken broth, or their tangy and slightly spicy tom yum broth at an additional $2. A Platter Set ($24) comes with various veggies, seafood and marinated meats, and is more than enough for two people. But if you’re feeling especially hungry, they’ve also introduced an a la carte buffet at just $22 per person.

Address: 166 Jalan Besar, #01-08, Berseh Food Centre, Singapore 208877
Opening hours: Mon-Sat 4:30pm to 9:30pm
Tel: 9680 4883
Sedap Thai is a halal-certified eatery.

3. Lukhon Thai

Halal Steamboats - Lukhon Thai
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Lukhon Thai is another great spot for halal mookata. Platters start at $26.80 for two and $45 for four people. If you’d like to add a la carte ingredients, there are plenty to choose from, including the Black Pepper Beef ($2.50), Tom Yum Chicken ($2.50), and Oyster Mushroom ($2.50). You can also add some Udon ($1.80) and Cheese Dips ($2.80), as well as their signature sweet and salty chilli sauce that’s super addictive.

Address: 110 Pasir Ris Central, #02-05, Pasir Ris Central Hawker Centre, Singapore 519641
Opening hours: Wed-Sun 1pm to 9pm
Tel: 9675 5849
Lukhon Thai is a halal-certified eatery.

4. Seoul Garden

Halal Steamboats - Seoul Garden

Seoul Garden has seven different outlets spread across Singapore, so you won’t even have to travel far to enjoy their steamboat and BBQ buffet, which starts at $19.90++. This buffet comes with soups that are included in the buffet price, and there’s a variety to choose from, including kimchi jjigae, gingseng and abalone, a milky fish soup called saengseontang, and more. For an interesting fusion soup base, opt for the tomyum kimchi flavour.

Website | Full list of outlets
Seoul Garden is a halal-certified eatery.

5. The Buffet Restaurant

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Said to be the “first halal steamboat restaurant in Singapore”, The Buffet Restaurant in M Hotel offers Chinese-style steamboat with a tantalising range of all-you-can-eats. This year, the restaurant is offering a Iftar Fiesta Ramadan Hotpot Dinner Buffet, priced from $68++ per adult. You’ll get to choose from soup bases including mala and chicken broth, then have your fill of ingredients such as oysters, scallops, beef rolls, yong tau fu items, and more.

Address: 81 Anson Road, Level 2, M Hotel Singapore, Singapore 079908
Opening hours: Mon-Tue 6pm to 10pm, Wed-Sun 12pm to 2:30pm, 6pm to 10pm
Tel: 6500 6116
The Buffet Restaurant is a halal-certified eatery.

6. HahaHotpot

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HahaHotpot’s offerings are what you might expect from a Sichuanese restaurant, but it has the unique advantage of being a halal-certified restaurant. Of course, you can enjoy piquant and fiery Sichuan Mala ($11.90) as your soup base, along with ingredients such as Fish Roe Ball ($5.90), New Zealand Green Mussels ($9.90), and Brisket Beef Slices ($8.90). If you have cash to burn, go for the premium Wagyu Beef Slices ($59.90) instead.

Address: 511 Upper Jurong Road Block B, #01-09/10, Singapore638366
Opening hours: Daily 12pm to 2pm, 5pm to 10pm
Tel: 9731 9616
HahaHotpot is a halal-certified eatery.

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7. Captain Kim Korean BBQ & Hotpot

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Known for its affordable buffets, Captain Kim Korean BBQ & Hotpot is a good choice if you’re looking for halal hotpot places. With buffet prices starting from $18.90++, you can feast on more than 60 types of meat and other ingredients, including beef bulgogi, honey chicken, prawns and more. The buffet package also includes a free flow of drinks, so you won’t have to worry about quenching your thirst after all those dishes.

Website | Full list of outlets
Captain Kim Korean BBQ & Hotpot is a halal-certified eatery.

8. DaJie Bedok

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Dajie is a restaurant chain with four outlets across the country, but the Bedok Shopping Complex outlet is the only one that offers BBQ and hotpot, which you can enjoy till 2am.

The eatery offers platters suitable for groups of two ($28.80) or four ($38.80), featuring a wide variety of ingredients. Additionally, you can also order some a la carte picks—standouts include Wagyu beef slices, tiger prawns, and half-shell scallops. Sizzle them on the grill to enjoy the smoky goodness, or dunk them into the clear broth to savour your dishes steamboat-style.

Address: 344 Bedok Road, Bedok Shopping Complex, Singapore 469528
Opening hours: Daily 5pm to 2am
Dajie Makan Place Bedok is a halal-certified eatery.

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9. Oh Ho! Thai BBQ

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Another entry from Bedok, Oh Ho! Thai BBQ offers good halal mookata. You can either order a la carte dishes such as Argentina Angus Striploin ($7.60), Big Prawns ($5.60), Enoki Mushroom ($2.60) and more, or order the $36 Set, which comes with more than 15 ingredients and can feed two to three people. In mootaka style, you can either enjoy these ingredients on the grill, or cook them to perfection in the steamboat.

Address: 418 Bedok North Avenue 2, #01-55, Al Mubin Food Court, Singapore 460418
Opening hours: Daily 5pm to 1am
Tel: 9815 8161
Oh Ho! Thai BBQ is a halal-certified eatery.

10.  Suki-Suki Hotpot

suki suki thai hot pot

Suki-Suki Thai Hot Pot offers an affordable hotpot buffet with a wide selection of ingredients and unique Thai soup bases—these include options such as red tom yum and sweet basil chicken soup. Meanwhile, the kind of ingredients you can dunk into the hotpot include beef short rib, chicken slice, and house-made fish paste. And the best part is, prices for the buffet here start from just $22.90++ per person.

Address: 2 Yishun Walk, #01-01, HomeTeamNS Khatib, Singapore 767944
Opening hours: Mon-Thurs 11:30am to 3pm, 6pm to 10pm, Fri-Sun 11:30am to 10pm
Tel: 3125 2768
Suki-Suki Hotpot is a halal-certified eatery.

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Where to get get halal hotpot in Singapore

Hotpots are great, and they’re even better when you can enjoy them with buddies. Alternatively, if they aren’t feeling up for steamboat, have a look at our cheap halal food places guide, or read our best halal buffets in Singapore guide.

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