14 Jul 2022Review by Tripadvisor traveller Yuliya t
100$ Soup!!! Poor taste, no English speaking service!prices for Street food level food…. Absolutely NOT WORTH it!!avoid!
We are totally disappointed! Not good food for very high price. Pretend not to speak English to fool European customers. Avoid this place - there are so much better food in China town. They showed us price 52 $ while ordering and the final bill grew up till 94$ suddenly and of-course no English speaker to explain. It was just a soup for 2 people.
23 Apr 2021Review by Tripadvisor traveller pandaat501
Really nice atmosphere! Sadly, their tomato base is not available when we went. The ingredients are normal but their pork collar is nice! The mala base is not very numb. It's more spicy. There's one soup base with sweet corn in it which is nice.
Best to go earlier as the queue is really long! Tables are quite limited. Price is quite similar to hai di lao.
28 Mar 2021Review by Tripadvisor traveller hetic
Not worth the premium
Ingredients are pretty normal. You can get them anywhere yourself at a fraction of its cost. There's no special seasoning in them as well. Soup was also average.
The only good thing about the place is that the ambience is quite cosy and the air-conditioning was good. It's a good place to have a chat as there are not many tables there. I guess this is why the price costs much more than any other hotpot out there. For this price, you could have a meal at Haidilao.
10 Jan 2021Review by Tripadvisor traveller andreeani
very nice food and atmosphere !
Very nice food and atmosphere. Loved how the place is decorated . We were a group of 3 people and went for Chinese New year dinner !
1 May 2020Review by Tripadvisor traveller Boldjron
The best hot pot Buawgwo in town
Service and food were only but outstanding. We even came back twice to taste again its delicious hotpot. It reminded me Chengdu 25 years ago... But be aware that it's very hot food.
The staff speaks mainly chinese and could improve its english level.
If you ask us, we can’t think of a meal that’s more comforting than a bubbling cauldron of fiery-hot soup. And when that craving strikes, there’s one name that soars above its competition – Xiao Long Kan Hotpot 小龙坎老火锅. Hailing from Chengdu, Xiao Long Kan Hotpot is the brainchild of F&B veteran Lao Wu. Better known as Old Man Wu, this bright entrepreneur wanted to create an eating space centred around providing the best ingredients and flavours for diners. And what happens next is history, as this burgeoning empire succeeded beyond all expectations and has new restaurants popping up all over the continent.
Located in Chinatown, Xiao Long Kan Hotpot is a place where you’ll be treated like a member of the imperial dynasty. From the warm and attentive service to the rich and opulent decor showcasing Chinese lanterns, wooden lattice panels, and gorgeous wall-sized paintings, get ready to be whisked away from the humdrum of everyday life and into a dining experience like no other. Load up on a variety of top-quality ingredients to go alongside your spicy hotpot. We love the tender Beef Slices or the Lady Finger Wrapped Pork. The freshly made Tofu is another go-to pick that complements the spice-laden soup perfectly.
An ever-growing chain, Xiao Long Kan Hotpot has made a splash among local hotpot aficionados for its deeply satisfying and lip-smacking fare. (Jun 2018)
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