$15 For $30 Worth of Chinese Fare at Hot Spot Cafe & Restaurant in Bugis. $25 for $50 Option Available.
- Featured in TV program 'Where the Queue Starts' on Mediacorp Channel 8
- Tantalize all 5 senses with your visit
- Enjoy a tasty mix of Chinese and Thai food like Chilli Crab, Seafood Tom Yum Soup and Fish Head Curry
- Reasonable prices and wide range of selections
- Located near Bugis, Dhoby Ghaut and Bras Basah MRT stations
- $30 Worth of Chinese Fare (1-2 pax)
- $50 Worth of Chinese Fare (3 pax and above)
Valid 3 months. Unlimited Groupons per person, may buy multiple as gifts. Limit 1 Groupon per bill per table. Valid for ala carte food orders, dine-in only. Not valid with other promotions and discounts.
Reservation required, call 6835 7752.
Groupon printout MUST be presented.
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- For $15, you get $30 Worth of Chinese Fare for One to Two Pax.
- For $25, you get $50 Worth of Chinese Fare for Three Pax and above.
Indulge in a feast for the senses with a visit that triggers all 5 senses – from the metallic clink of the wok and ladle signalling the beginning of one's repast, the brilliant colours and arrangement of the dishes, fragrant aromas that comes coupled with fabulous taste and “mouth-feel”.
Pamper taste buds with dishes taken a notch beyond the usual “Zi Char” and dig into the wide array of reasonable priced, amazingly delicious meals.
Try offerings such as their chef-recommended Seafood Tom Yam Soup, Curry Fishhead, Chili Crab and many more, or settle on classics such as the Hong Kong Style Steamed Sea Bass, Deep Fried Garoupa in Supreme Soya Sauce and other offerings of fabulous dishes.
Located conveniently at Burlington Square, drop by for a quick meal with friends and family or hustle up a large group of famished familiars for a sumptuous meal.
Hot Spot Cafe & Restaurant was featured on 'Where the Queue Starts' on Mediacorp Channel 8.
I ordered the Fried Fish Tom Yam Soup (thick Beehoon). In it, there were fried fish, toufu, tomato, onion, vegetables and a piece of lime. In fact, there were several pieces of fried fish, more than what I expected whereas there was a lack of vegetables. The fish was fresh. It would be good to let it (the fish) stay in the soup a while longer to absorb more of the tom yam soup. The tom yam soup was tasty, sour and yet spicy. Delicious! Would be great to eat this when the weather is cold/cool."
The taste of tom yam broth was certainly unexpected, the aroma of the lime, lemon grass, the taste of spice, sourness and freshness of the seafood with slight touch up to the taste to make a bit of their own style, it was simply awesome, tasted better than what I was expecting, better than some of the top Thai restaurants. Simply Yammuylicious...Sliced fish soup.Thick cuts of sliced fish was very fresh with veges with milk added ,soup was very good, very tasty...The Yong Tau Fu stuff were all very fresh, the fried stuff were refried upon selection...All the items I had here were more than satisfactory above average. The Tom Yam Soup is a worth the trip. This is a very Hot Spot indeed."
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Daily: 12pm - 10.30pm