Beauty In The Pot opens its 7th outlet at NEX, and it has a “magical unicorn wonderland” theme. Located on the second floor of the mall, it spans 6,644 square-feet, and can accommodate up to 250 diners.
Above: The entrance to Beauty In The Pot at NEX.
The interior of the outlet is splashed in purple and silver, with pastel pink and blue laminates; while the privacy panels between the booth seats are fitted with a galaxy mirror, completing the whole wonderland vibe.
Above: Artist’s impression of the interior.
Above: Private dining room.
And as part of the opening celebrations, Beauty in The Pot has a new “Flaming Moutai Herbal Drunken Chicken Broth”, which is a twist on its popular Herbal Drunken Chicken Broth, and comes at no additional cost (Single $22++ / Twin Pots $12++). Maotai is considered an extremely valuable spirit, and is often given as a diplomatic gift. In this case, it’s used to commemorate the 30th anniversary of diplomatic relations between Singapore and China (and of course, to celebrate the opening of the outlet at NEX).
Above: Moutai is added to the herbal drunken chicken broth.
Above: adding moutai to the soup, and then setting it aflame!
Must try signature dishes to order:
Signature Homemade Fish Tofu ($2.40/piece), made with yellowtail fish, soya bean and egg white blended into a smooth, soft and delicate paste.
Ebiko Prawn Paste ($18.90), handmade daily, and made with 100% prawn meat, with the ebiko adding an extra juicy crunch.
Fried Beancurd Skin ($5.40/half / $10.80/full), crispy and perfect on its own, or delicious when dipped in the soup for just a second.
Soft Bone Pork Meatballs ($5.40/half portion / $10.80/full), also made fresh, and juicy and tender when bitten into.
Above: wagyu beef, soft bone pork meatballs, fried beancurd skin and more.
Beauty In The Pot is located at Serangoon NEX #02-01. opens Daily 11.30am to 3.00am (Last order at 2.15am). call 68058172 for reservations; or you can queue (the queue is long. very long).