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Hai Di Lao Hot Pot


#02-04 Clarke Quay, Singapore
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Hai Di Lao feels like a restaurant from the future. There are iPad menus, wireless chargers built into every table, and a manicure station, just because. Bring friends and make sure to try the house specialties you won’t find elsewhere, like homemade fishballs stuffed with roe, and shrimp noodles (yes, noodles made of shrimp). Hai Di Lao is in Clarke Quay (there are other locations around the city, too) - the heart of the city’s nightlife, where there are more bars than bathrooms - and it’s open until 6am. So, while we’d send you to this hotpot spot any time of day for high-quality food and an entertaining meal, it’s especially great after a night at Zouk or any of the other clubs in the area.

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