BBQ & hotpot eatery by Astons serves ingredients from S$1.50 & soup base from S$2.50

The eatery is halal certified.

Mandy How| August 13, 04:11 PM

Astons is known for western food.

It is perhaps lesser-known that the restaurant chain also owns Sedap Mania, a BBQ and hotpot concept in Changi Village.

Although it may be a little far-flung, prices are relatively affordable in comparison to major hotpot chains.

Set lunch from S$6.80

For one, weekdays set lunches start from S$6.80 for a vegetarian set.

The most expensive options are the beef and seafood sets at S$8.80 each.

There are six soup base options, including mala, tom yum, mushroom, and chicken pepper.

Pick your own ingredients

If you can't make it for weekday lunch, Sedap Mania also has an a la carte menu with soup bases from S$2.50.

For that price, you can either get two soup bases or one soup + BBQ pot.

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Individual plates of ingredients start from S$1.50, and priced at S$2, S$2.50, and S$3.

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Premium plates, which serve lamb chop, salmon, crayfish, and sirloin beef, range from S$4 to S$6 each.

According to Twitter user @cutelittlesushi, diners will have to help themselves to the plates and wheel the food back to their table with a trolley.

You can watch videos of it here:

In case you can't see the photos:

Photo by cutelittlesushi/Twitter

Photo by cutelittlesushi/Twitter

Photo by cutelittlesushi/Twitter

For the spread, @cutelittlesushi spent S$23.

Sedap Mania also sells Korean Army Stew at S$29, big enough to feed two to three persons.

And yes, the eatery is halal certified:

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[NEWLY CERTIFIED HALAL] Changi Village is truly a makan paradise 💥 Sedap Mania by Astons specializes on Korean BBQ, Hotpot and Army Stew! • Time to gather up the gang and get your Budae Jjigae on 😁 Anyone tried yet? • ⭐ Sedap Mania by Astons | 📍 Blk 5 Changi Village Road #01-2001 | 🕖 11.30-14.30 / 17.00-21.30 Weekdays | 11.30-21.30 Sat & Sun • #SedapMania #SedapManiaByAstons #KoreanBBQ #KoreanHotpot #ArmyStew #BudaeJjigae #GettinJjigaeWithIt #supportlocal #singapore #makan #halal #halalsg #sghalal #thehalalfoodblog #welovetoeat

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Blk 5 Changi Village Road


Singapore 500005

Opening Hours:

Monday to Friday, 11.:30am - 2:30pm

5pm - 9:30pm

Saturday, Sunday & PH, 11:30am - 9:30pm

Top image via @cutelittlesushi/Twitter and @zaharahorisya on Instagram