If you have tried Haidilao Steamboat in Singapore, then you must also try the one in China. Originated from China, there are more than 10 outlets in Shanghai.
We went there at off-peak period, just after lunch time. At Haidilao (海底捞火锅), the service and the dining experience were very good. They were very consistent with their branding. The experience was identical to the ones I had in Singapore.
We ordered quite a number of items, including beef, mutton, sweet potato noodles, which were similar to the ones we ordered in Singapore. The broths, chicken and spicy mala, were delicious. The food were freshly prepared.
The only thing I must say is that the total damages were the same as in Singapore. You will not find it cheaper if you dine in Shanghai. We spent RMB320 in total. If you ask me, I think that it is worth it.
Hai Di Lao (海底捞火锅) ✓ ijustwantfood Critics’ Pick ｜ ★★★★
|830 Nanjing East Road, Shanghai No. 1 Department Store, Level 5, Huangpu, Shanghai, China (Along Nanjing East Pedestrian Street)|
Atmosphere Hidden within a food court under HDB Hub, you will be greeted by friendly servers. But the queue may be long on certain days.
Sound The place is not enclosed and is subject to noises from diners in the food court.
Recommended Dishes Tom Yum broth, Fish Glue, Beancurd Skin Roll, Fortune Fish Ball, Chilli Sauce
Price $ (affordable)
Open the hours is believed to be from 12nn to 10.00pm
Reservations Limited seats only
What the Stars Mean Ratings range from zero to four stars. Zero is poor, fair or satisfactory. One star, good. Two stars, very good. Three stars, excellent. Four stars, extraordinary.