Popular supper spot Qi Xiang Chicken Pot opened a flagship restaurant at recreational club The Chevrons on June 25.
Known for their popular soy sauce chicken broth steamboat, Qi Xiang's new restaurant is its second outlet after its pre-existing outlet at Upper Serangoon Road.
Facade and interior
The new restaurant is air-conditioned with a seating capacity of 196 without social distancing.
Their extensive menu includes appetisers, desserts, as well as the hot pot ingredients.
They have five soup bases available - Pumpkin Soup, Signature Broth Soup, Herbal Soup, Tom Yum Soup, and Sour Mala Veg Soup.
Vegetables start at S$2.40 to S$6.50, with mushroom and vegetable platters costing S$16.90 each.
You can get popular meat cuts such as Pork Belly (S$6.90) and Marinated Beef Tenderloin (S$10.90). They also have Japanese Wagyu for S$67.90 if you're looking to splurge.
Seafood starts at S$3.40 for fish ball with fish roe to S$9.80 for seabass slices.
They also stock a range of cooked and uncooked carbs including Potato Noodle and Egg Fried Rice. For something a bit different, they also offer XO Carrot Cake (S$10.90) and Oyster Omelette (S$10.90).
If you feel overwhelmed by choices, here are some of their recommendations to try:
- Smoke Infused Duck Braised in Sze Chuan Sauce (S$22.90)
- Deep Fried Pork Collar Shake with Sze Chuan Pepper (S$7.90)
- Prawn Pizza (S$9.90)
- Homemade Mushroom Meatball (S$4.90 for half portion)
- Stir Fried Homemade Yam Cake (S$8.90)
While they sell a la carte beverages, you may pay S$5 per head to gain access to free flow drinks, fruits, condiments, and ice-cream.
To celebrate their opening, they are running a promotion, applicable to both dine-in and takeaway, whereby they will be no service charge and half a chicken is going for S$3.
Speaking to Mothership, a spokesperson said the promotion will be available at least until the end of August.
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Qi Xiang Chicken Pot
Address: 48 Boon Lay Way #03-06, The Chevrons, Singapore 609961
Opening hours: 11am to 3am
Top images by @thechevrons on Instagram, Audrey Tan on Google Maps, and Qixiang.