Gather your loved ones at the table for a delightful round of hot pot at Hua Ting Steamboat, located on the mezzanine floor of Claymore Connect in Orchard. Drop in for lunch or dinner and pick from one of the restaurant’s set menus, or go a la carte by choosing from the wide range of freshly made broths and ingredients – ranging in handmade noodles, vegetables, poultry, meat, and seafood specialities. As far as Chinese steamboat joints in Singapore’s prime shopping district of Orchard Road go, this one offers great value for money for its quality and variety, which is why we highly recommend that you book ahead.
food and service was excellent.. value for money.. the herbal chicken soup base is highly recommended especially if you order the drunken chicken to add to the steamboat!
The winter melon soup base is very delicious and the food quality is good. Fish and meats are fresh. I like that the restaurant is small unlike other steamboat restaurants which get too noisy.
Best steamboat in town. :) ingredients were fresh and soup base was tasty. Service was good generally too. Weekend lunch buffet is value for money
Extremely pleasant and always will come back for good time as the quality of food and service is constant and it brings me much joy.
After dinner, had to drink lots of water as I think the soup must have msg. The portion of each dish is so pathetically small that you have to order many dishes in order to be full. For example, the Chinese yam was so thinly sliced and just a few pieces only, while one oyster mushroom thinly sliced was charged at $8!! 4 pieces of thinly sliced beef was charged at $29!!! I was so shocked!! Tea was mandatory to be ordered individually in a pot rather than in most restaurants, a tea pot is shareable. Service of the staff serving us however was friendly and that makes up for it. Overall prices are exorbitantly high and overly priced!! We did not even order fresh seafood and the bill if without credit card discount was $232 or workout to be about $77 per pax as there was 3 of us. Not worth the visit unless you go for the Hua Ting brand name. After dinner, I was still hungry as the serving portion was so small! They really need to improve and increase the serving size of the dishes.
The soups were good, the ingredients were fresh and the condiments/sauces were great. But the quantity of the food was insufficient - we had ordered a 2 persons set (Set A) but the amount was more like for 1 person or 2 very small eaters :( In the end, we had to order a few more ala carte items and those were not cheap. We ended paying about $50 per person even on a 1-for-1 promotion deal! Too expensive!
All the dipping condiments are SWEET! The SHA CHA sauce, the black vinegar, the soya sauce (tasteless too).. it kinda spoil the taste of the food. It’s a shame coz the ingredients are really fresh and flavours are good esp the fish paste balls. Meat a bit too thick. Would be nice if it’s more of the Shabu Shabu thinness. Staff there are very friendly and helpful esp the male manager.
Friends recommended us Hua Ting Steamboat. We had a very nice casual dining experience. Food and service was excellent. The ambiance is nice and not too noisy.
great service. food was fresh and very delicious. the winter melon soup base was the best. as it is weekday, it wasn't very busy and noisy, more conducive to meet up with friends than other steamboat restaurants. will definitely recommending this to others.
Food was good and fresh. The soup base was delicious and after eating, it didn't feel like there was lots of msg like other steamboat soup base. The ambience was nice and quiet for small family get togethers. Basically, I was very happy with the experience.