鼎鮮 Ding Xian Hot Pot Singapore is a Chinese hot pot experience you really don’t want to miss. Lively and vibrant, this space in Promenade is located on Temasek Boulevard and offers a range of dishes that will have your taste buds all kinds of happy. The two signature options are the magma soup which is a Japanese spicy white miso option, and the Sichuan spicy mala soup made with 28 spices that definitely packs a punch. With a wide variety of fillings, broths and extras available, your best bet is to make a reservation at 鼎鮮 Ding Xian Hot Pot Singapore and treat yourself to a hot pot experience you’re unlikely to forget. You certainly won’t be disappointed.
Attentive service and fresh ingredients. Complimentary sauce which is tasty too. Would be great if ring rolls are not as oily as other hotpot establishments.
The personal value set is quite good. Providing 6 options of food items to go with a choice of soup. And the food is cooked for us. Ordered the clear Chicken soup and the Herbal Bak Gu Tek. Rather tasty, but feeling very thirsty after. The side dishes that came with the set is not warm.
Quality of food and the choices could have been better. Nice that they have japanese sakes to go with the hot pot. Overall was a pleasant dining. Services is good.
Great service! The bah kut teh soup base is nice though ingredients freshness normal. Worth giving it a try! U got to walk all the way in as the location is harder to find:)
We ordered the Herbal Bak Kut Teh soup and Magma Soup. If you do not like your soup to taste very salty and heavily seasoned after 30mins of dining, try going for the lighter soups. Meat was sliced too thinly and the vegetable potions were quite small. I did enjoy the condiments available to make up our own sauce. They had items that were not common in similar steamboat restaurants.
Food ok and servings of food can be a bit more though. Soups are nice especially the ba ku teh soup comes with ba ku, wolf berries and tau kee.