There are few places better than Singapore for indulging in a bowl of hot pot, and there are few better places in Singapore than Upin Hot Pot. Located at Clarke Quay Central around Chinatown and Outram, this small yet stylish restaurant allows diners to customise their hot pot to the max. Choose from seven different soup bases that begin at one end of the spicy spectrum and end at the other, then garnish with all kinds of meats, veggies and condiments. Upin Hot Pot is what Asian eating is all about – fresh ingredients and booming flavours. Reserve a table and head to Eu Tong Sen Street now.
Good environment, Good services, Nice, fresh and yummy food. Reasonable price. Will definately fo back again for hotpot. Tomato soup and herbal chicken soups are my favourite
Quality of the food is very good. Tomato soup is very nice. Staff were friendly and service were excellent. One of my favorite place for hotpot.
Food was great! Very fresh and portion is good too. The staff was very attentive to us and restaurant wasn't too crowded on weekday noon time
The food was in big portions so it'll be better for larger groups of diners. Service is excellent! I would reccomend the tomato soup and the black chicken soup base!
Booked a table of 4 last Sun during lunchtime. There wasn't many people in the resturant at that time. Food was fresh, but service could be improved. It took some time for them to attend to us, fruits were finished but was not replenished. For hygience wise, it would be good if their staff wears a cap, especially when they are handling the noodle.
Excellent Service - Staff were very attentive, polite and prompt in service. Food - Very fresh. Especially the lamb eaten with tomatoes soup base. Superb ! Even my girl whose appetite is small also ate quite many pieces. Definitely worth going.
Upin is very similar to hai di lao, but much cheaper. For reference, a twin soup base is $18 at HDL but $14 at Upin. Staff is attentive, and food is fresh. However, due to limited space, the wait is long (minimum of an hour).
Nice place with smaller portions good for variety and money saving while not compromising on flavor. The only shortfall is the lack of hotpot frame ventilator ( if we take Haidilao as industry-standard)
Delicious thick pork bone broth and tomato soup. Be careful wth the mala as it was still Super spicy despite ordering the milder version. It does taste pretty good tho.
Food is fresh ! Service was good too... not to mention the environment is clean and quiet ... unlike other noisy steamboat rest. :) will go back again :)