We’re sorely missing the days where we could gather with our friends over a comforting hotpot feast at places like Yanxi Palace Restaurant and the Doraemon-themed Tong Xin Ru Yi - even if we were limited to groups of 5. While many cafes and restaurants are offering takeaways and deliveries, piping hotpot meals just aren’t something that you can dabao - for obvious reasons.
But you can still satiate your cravings at home without having to buy your own pot and raw ingredients. Enter Hai Di Lao’s self-heating instant hotpot sets - now going at just $3.75 each!
Read on to find out more about this Hai Di Lao Self-Heating Instant Hotpot promotion!
The Hai Di Lao self-heating instant hotpot is being sold by multiple vendors in Singapore, including supermarkets, but highly-rated local seller on Qoo10 is currently having a 1-for-1 deal. While an instant hotpot isn’t the same as one you can dip fresh ingredients in, it’s a worthy substitute while we wait for eateries to open again!
They have 4 flavours for you to choose from:
- Tomato Vegetables
- Tomato Beef
- Spicy Vegetables
- Spicy Beef
The two flavours you select do not have to be the same, so spice fiends and those who can’t take ma la can purchase together without compromising on preferences!
How these self-heating hotpots work is that they come with a heating element in a little pouch, which you put at the bottom of the container before stacking on your bowl of ingredients. Nothing more than water at room temperature is required for the broth to bubble up to a warm temperature!
Each set comes with a substantial amount of ingredients like rice noodles and assorted vegetables including kelp, lotus root, sliced potatoes, and black fungus. Of course, the beef variant comes with slices of meat too. If you have a large appetite, you can throw in additional ingredients of your own, such as luncheon meat and beancurd skin.
Tastie Mart & Living is currently selling the Hai Di Lao self-heating instant hotpot at $7.50 for 2 ($3.75 each), with a free packet of Everbest Ring Rolls (yuan yuan quan) to dip into your broth! Just for comparison, this instant hotpot usually costs around $10 each at supermarkets, while the Ring Roll costs $1 per pack.
Delivery is free for orders of $50 and above. Otherwise, next-day shipping costs $2.99, while same-day shipping costs $4.99. Alternatively, you can do a store pick-up at Bukit Batok for free.
The end date for this promotion has not been specified. Get yours here before it’s too late!
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Text by: GirlStyle SG