Try Singapore’s first ever ice hotpot if you’re sick of Haidilao

<p>It&rsquo;s 2017, and the F&amp;B industry remains ever innovative. The latest bold creation to enter the food scene: ice hotpot. The Mount Fuji Icy Hotpot ($28 per person) is soba restaurant Nadai Fujisoba Ni-Hachi&rsquo;s refreshing approach to the traditional hotpot dish. Like the Japanese snow-capped volcano it throws quirky reference to, the dish conceals a formidable presence beneath the surface&mdash;a bed of fresh premium seafood hidden under a mound of ice.&nbsp;&nbsp;</p>
<p>The ice keeps the seafood and hotpot ingredients below to keep it at the peak (pun intended) of freshness, but then melts into a delightful rich chicken and seafood stock that was carefully broiled for hours prior. Once melted, the broth is ready for you to cook the ingredients in the way you&rsquo;re used to.</p>
<p>As for the ingredients, you can look forward to an international menu of Argentinian <em>aka ebi</em> (red shrimps), Norwegion salmon, New Zealand mussels, and snow crab from Greenland. Make a reservation from now through Nov 30 and you&rsquo;ll even get to enjoy a snow crab leg per person, on the house.</p>
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<p><strong>Nadai Fujisoba Ni-Hachi</strong> is open daily from <strong>11am-10pm</strong> at <strong>100 Tras Street, #03-14</strong>. More info <strong><a href="" target="_blank">here</a></strong>.&nbsp;</p>