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its not just food , its an experience.
My sister took me to this place, she was all gaga over it.
So basically its kind a hot pot in which you can add different flavours, vegetables, chicken, sea food etc.
You can order other food...More
The most impressive thing about hai di lao is not their food but their service. I am impressed how attentive their service staff is. Throughout our 1.5hrs lunch, they came 3 times to pass us hot towel (feels like i am taking a plane lol)...More
Our first hot pot and what a place to start. Our waitress was super friendly and helpful - which was just as well. Had four great soups. If went again would have four soups, mushroom selection, vegetable selection, black pork, beef, speciality beef. And beer....More
We’ve tried this restaurant twice in a month,
The first was quite disaster. We ordered two soup based (mala and tomato), we already ordered for less spicy, less oil for the Mala and yet it’s arrived still too spicy for us.... till the first spoon...More
The restaurant is hot pot restaurant. We can choose many types of meat, vegetables etc.
The sauce is best, we can choose in many different type of sauce, which all are best!
The have traditional noodle, a man made it in front of our table...More
This place has one of the best service restaurant that I've ever seen, you can literally get your phone screen changed as well, served with food and nails painted while waiting for your seat in the restaurant. For this much of service you certainly need...More
A few of my colleagues and I went to Hai Di Lao Hot Pot at 313 Orchard and it was quite a spread of food that you can order. The soup is delicious and you can have a choice of 4 types of soup from...More
My husband went to Hai di lao 313 outlet on Friday night, 10th May. He ordered some beef, meat and vege dishes as usual. After Hai di lao dinner, he went back to hotel straight away. About one or two hours later, he started to...More
Response from TeikBoon C | Reviewed this property |
As the restaurant is usually very busy during meal times, I was told they do not take reservations and you need to register your name and contact number to the list they will set out for that time and they will estimate how... More
As the restaurant is usually very busy during meal times, I was told they do not take reservations and you need to register your name and contact number to the list they will set out for that time and they will estimate how much time will transpire before it is your turn. With that you can go off and do something else and come back.
If you do not have the time, then it would be best to avoid the usual meal times (lunch from 12noon to 2pm and dinner from 7pm onwards). Therefore, an early dinner at 5pm would most likely get you seated. Otherwise, you would have better chance after 10pm. That was my experience anyway. Hope this helps.
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