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20 Best Hotpot In KL & PJ (2022 Guide)

Steaming hotpot is always a great option for sharing with family and friends. With up to four broth bases you can choose at most hotpot restaurants, hotpot is the perfect gathering meal as it can satisfy everyone’s taste buds and bring more flavours to the table! The simmering hot and nutrient-rich broth also makes it a good pot of soul-comforting meal, especially on rainy days to keep us warm, or on any other days to feed our hot soup cravings! If you are looking for a good hotpot restaurant in town, read on because we’ve compiled a list of must-try hotpot in KL & PJ for you! 

20 Must-Try Hotpot in KL & PJ (2022 Guide)

1. Beauty in The Pot

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Enjoy the beauty of hot pot at this Pink themed hotpot restaurant. Beauty in The Pot is where you can find the essence of health & beauty in a steaming pot of soup. Their signature is the Beauty Collagen Broth which has pork bone as the main ingredient, filled with collagen that you’ll need! This is undeniably one of the best hotpot restaurants for folks in KL and PJ. This year, the largest Beauty in The Pot outlet in Malaysia is opened in Tropicana Gardens Mall, PJ with a first-ever baby blue theme instead! 

Locations

Status: Non-Halal

Link(s): Facebook | Instagram | Website

2. One Dish One Taste

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Serving Chong Qing style hotpot with fresh ingredients, One Dish One Taste is a popular hotpot restaurant that is most known for their Nine Box Desserts. Their Nine Box Desserts is a thing because it’s free flow and there’s a wide variety of desserts to choose from to fill the boxes! With several outlets available for you to dine at, the One Dish One Taste in Quayside Mall has a stunning Wisteria Hanging Garden that’s insta-worthy while the outlet at Plaza Arkadia is dog-friendly!

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Address:

[MUDAN – Sunway Velocity]

V02, 01-06, Lingkaran SV2, Sunway Velocity, 55100 Kuala Lumpur, Wilayah Persekutuan Kuala Lumpur

[Plaza Arkadia]

H-G-11, Plaza Arkadia, Jalan Residen 3, Desa Parkcity, 52200 Kuala Lumpur

[Pavilion Bukit Jalil]

Lot 3.120.00 & 3.121.00 Level 3 Pavilion Bukit Jalil, 2, Persiaran Bukit Jalil 8, Bandar Bukit Jalil, 57000 Kuala Lumpur, Wilayah Persekutuan Kuala Lumpur

[Quayside Mall]

GF11, GF12 Quayside Mall Persiaran Rimbayu 42500 Teluk Panglima Garang Selangor

[Centrepoint Bandar Utama]

Lot f113&114,first floor centre point no:3, Lebuh Bandar Utama, Bandar Utama, 47800 Petaling Jaya, Selangor

Status: Non-Halal

Link(s): Facebook | Instagram

3. Fu Pot

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A newly opened restaurant in town that serves Hong Kong-style live seafood hotpot with a KL city view. Fu Pot has a variety of soup bases you can choose from but a must-try there is their Crab & Clam Soup that’s filled with a pot full of fresh crabs and clams. It’s where you can get premium-quality seafood and even wagyu to pair with your steaming hotpot.

Address: TS LAW Tower Level 13, 39, Jalan Kemuning, Imbi 55100, Kuala Lumpur Malaysia

Operating hours: 5pm – 2am

Status: Non-Halal

Link(s): Facebook | Instagram

4. Sky-Dome

Photo: @skydome.kl (Facebook)

If you are looking for an insta-worthy hotpot restaurant in KL, Sky-Dome is where you should check out. A dome-concept hotpot space, this restaurant gives off a romantic dinner kind of ambience. Dining under the starlights at Sky-Dome Hotpot is also a perfect date idea as they also have special performances like a violin performance that serenades your date there! You will love the hotpot & the romantic ambience there.

Photo: @skydome.kl (Facebook)

Photo: @skydome.kl (Facebook)

Address: No.1, Jalan Lima, Chan Sow Lin, 55200 Kuala Lumpur, Wilayah Persekutuan Kuala Lumpur

Operating hours: 12pm-10:30pm

Status: Non-Halal

Link(s): Facebook | Instagram

5. Haidilao

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Making waves in the hotpot scene worldwide, Haidilao is one of the most popular names that everyone is familiar with. Besides being widely known for their tasty hotpot, friendly service crews and lots of freebies are also one of the reasons why people love Haidilao. The dancing noodle man performance is a must-witness experience while you are there too! You need to visit them for the top-notch hotpot experience.

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Locations

Operating hours: 12pm-10:30pm

Status: Non-Halal

Link(s): Facebook | Instagram

6. Xiao Long Xing Jiang Hu

Photo: @xiaolongxingjianghu (Facebook)

Travel your tastebud to Sichuan through Xiao Long Xing Jiang Hu! This restaurant is known for its classic Sichuan-style traditional hotpot, using butter as its base to bring out the flavours of the dishes! There are also more than 100 tempting dishes for you to choose from. From the food to the environment, you need to check out this place and dine in their traditional Chinese-style interior dining space for the mood! 

Photo: @xiaolongxingjianghu (Facebook)

Photo: @xiaolongxingjianghu (Facebook)

Locations:

[Sunway Velocity]

V05-01-02, Signature 1(V05) Lingkaran SV, Sunway Velocity, Maluri, 55100 Kuala Lumpur

[Rythm Avenue – USJ19]

 Lot No.G-23, Ground Floor, The 19 USJ City Mall, Persiaran Kewajipan, Usj 19, 47620 Subang Jaya, Selangor

Status: Non-Halal

Link(s): Facebook | Instagram

7. Coco Steamboat

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This is where you go for an authentic hotpot dining experience prepared with traditional cooking techniques. Since 2005, Coco Steamboat has been serving its signature Classic Pork Bone Soup that’s boiled for 8 hour hours every day for the best taste! A must-try if you are looking for a rich hotpot soup.

Photo: @cocosteamboat (Facebook)

Photo: @cocosteamboat (Facebook)

Locations:

[Scott Garden]

Lot 1-01-A Scott Garden ,289, Old Klang Road, 58000 Kuala Lumpur

[Cheras Taynton]

25, Jalan 1/119, Taman Bukit Hijau, 56100 Kuala Lumpur, Wilayah Persekutuan Kuala Lumpur

Status: Non-Halal

Link(s): Facebook | Instagram

8. Claypot Chicken House

Here’s a special one! You might never think of having a hotpot here because of the name ‘Claypot Chicken House’, but this is where you can actually get claypot and hotpot at the same time! Specialised in chicken claypot, a classic chicken claypot that’s best to pair with rice will be served to you first. Then, once you are satisfied with the claypot-style eating, you may request to add soup to your claypot and turn it into a ‘claypot hotpot’! A special hotpot experience that not many know, so do give it a try! 

Locations

Status: Non-Halal

Link(s): Facebook | Instagram | Website

9. Ye Zi

Photo: @yezi.TheRoof (Facebook)

Ye Zi is the first hotpot restaurant in Malaysia that uses coconut-based broth inspired by a famous Chinese steamboat restaurant in Shenzhen. Their coconut base broths are available in five unique flavours including the Original Coconut Broth, Imperial Canton Broth, Aromatic Taiwanese Beef Spice Broth, Fragrant ‘Shao Xing’ Wine Seafood Broth and Wild Forest Truffle Mushroom Broth. The coconut-infused broths there are definitely one-of-a-kind and the reason why you should pay Ye Zi a visit!

Photo: @yezi.TheRoof (Facebook)

Photo: @yezi.TheRoof (Facebook)

Locations:

[First Avenue]

1, First Ave, Bandar Utama, 47800 Petaling Jaya, Selangor

[1 Mont Kiara]

1, Jalan Kiara, Mont Kiara, 50480 Kuala Lumpur, Wilayah Persekutuan Kuala Lumpur

Status: Non-Halal

Link(s): Facebook | Instagram | Website

10. Yuanlaosi Hotpot

Crowned as the Most Popular Hotpot Restaurant in KL by Eidea Media, Yuanlaosi Hotpot serves hotpot with authentic Chongqing recipes. Dining at the Chinese town-inspired interior with fresh high-quality ingredients, Yuanlaosi Hotpot dedicates a satisfying hotpot experience to everyone. 

Locations

Status: Non-Halal

Link(s): Facebook | Instagram | Website

11. Shu Da Xia

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Shu Daxia is one of the most popular Sichuan hotpots in China and they now have several outlets in KL and PJ! Entering Shu Daxia, you will be welcomed with the simple and quaint Chinese decoration style, exquisite dishes, and warm services that all reflect the unique Bashu river and lake culture. A must-try spot for exquisite Sichuan dishes that are best steamed in a hotpot. 

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Locations

Status: Non-Halal

Link(s): Facebook | Instagram | Website

12. Shu Guo Yin Xiang

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Shu Guo Yin Xiang hailed all the way from Chengdu, China to Malaysia. It’s where you’ll find ‘treasure’ in a hotpot with the finest ingredients and addictive soups!

Photo: Shu Guo Yin Xiang (Facebook)

Photo: Shu Guo Yin Xiang (Facebook)

Locations

Status: Non-Halal

Link(s): Facebook | Instagram

13. Xiao Long Kan Hotpot

Photo: @XiaoLongKanMY (Facebook)

A hotpot spot where you go for the authentic taste of Sichuan Chengdu. Besides the food there, you’ll also be attracted to this hotpot restaurant for its gorgeous traditional Chinese-inn-style interior! 

Photo: @XiaoLongKanMY (Facebook)

Photo: @XiaoLongKanMY (Facebook)

Locations

Status: Non-Halal

Link(s): Facebook | Instagram

14. Fei Fan

Photo: Fei Fan Hotpot (Facebook)

An eat-all-you-can hotpot spot! From their signature white pork bone broth and addictive Sichuan mala soup to their lip-smacking fresh cuts of pork and beef and other speciality ingredients, Fei Fan serves the authentic taste of Hong Kong with a hotpot buffet that’s super worth it!

Photo: Fei Fan Hotpot (Facebook)

Photo: Fei Fan Hotpot (Facebook)

Locations

Status: Non-Halal

Link(s): Facebook | Instagram | Website

15. Xiao Long Xing Dou Lao

Photo: Xing Long Xing Dou Lao Hotpot (Facebook)

A hotpot restaurant that specialises in seafood hotpot. Xiao Long Xing Dou Lao is where you go for its signature healthy soup base, fresh ingredients and a variety of seafood, a must-try for seafood lovers!

Photo: Xing Long Xing Dou Lao Hotpot (Facebook)

Photo: Xing Long Xing Dou Lao Hotpot (Facebook)

Photo: Xing Long Xing Dou Lao Hotpot (Facebook)

Address: V02-01-05, Lingkaran SV, Sunway Velocity 55100 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

Operating hours: 2pm-10pm

Status: Non-Halal

Link(s): Facebook | Instagram

16. Feng Wang Fu Hotpot

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Feng Wang Fu serves authentic Chengdu hotpot using traditional Chengdu recipes from decades ago. For spicy lovers, try their addictive Mala broth to satisfy your cravings!

Photo: @fwfhotpot (Facebook)

          Photo: @fwfhotpot (Facebook)

Locations

Status: Non-Halal

Link(s): Facebook | Instagram | Website

17. Da Long Yi Hotpot

Photo: @dalongyihotpotmy (Facebook)

Hailed all the way from Chengdu to across the globe, Da Long Yi is one of the most reputable hotpot brands globally. Da Long Yi Hotpot serves spicy yet flavourful broth like the Spicy Mala Soup that’s loved by many!

Photo: @dalongyihotpotmy (Facebook)

Photo: @dalongyihotpotmy (Facebook)

Locations

Status: Non-Halal

Link(s): Facebook | Instagram | Website

18.Zui Ma Tou

Photo: Zui Ma Tou Hot Pot- Pavilion Bukit Jalil (Facebook)

Zui Ma Tou is a newly opened hotpot spot in KL! Serving authentic Sichuan hotpot in a modern and futuristic setting, this should be your next instagrammable spot. A must-try there is their special Fish Maw Chicken Soup!

Photo: Pavilion Bukit Jalil (Website)

Photo: Pavilion Bukit Jalil (Website)

Address: Lot No. 4.87.00, Level 4 Orange Zone, Pavilion Bukit Jalil, Persiaran Jalil Utama, Bandar Bukit Jalil, 57000 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.

Operating hours: 11am-10pm (Daily)

Status: Non-Halal

Link(s): Facebook | Instagram

19. Lamei Hotpot

Photo: Lamei Hotpot 辣妹火锅 (Facebook)

Lamei Hotpot is where you go for a real Chong Qing hotpot experience. If you are unsure of what soup base to order there, the popular options would be the 18-hours-boiled pork bone soup and the special spicy Mala soup. Perfect to pair with their fresh ingredients like snowflake pork belly, hand-made Q-bomb shrimp balls, spicy girl’s secret crispy pork and more! They even have a super cute specially-crafted pig or bear-shaped butter which sits as your hotpot soup base, available at Sunway Pyramid outlet only!

Photo: Lamei Hotpot 辣妹火锅 (Facebook)

Photo: Lamei Hotpot 辣妹火锅 (Facebook)

Locations

[Plaza Arkadia]

MY Kuala Lumpur Plaza Arkadia Desa Park City H-G-16, Block Hutton, Plaza Arkadia No.3, Jalan Intisari Perdana, Desa Parkcity, 52200 Kuala Lumpur

[Pavilion Bukit Jalil]

Lot 3.98.00, 3.108.00 & 3.107.00, Level 3 (Pink Zone)

[Sunway Pyramid]

Ground Floor, OB2.G.U3A, Sunway Pyramid Shopping Mall Jalan PJS 11/28,Subang Jaya, Sunway City, 46150 Petaling Jaya, Selangor

Status: Non-Halal

Link(s): Facebook | Instagram

20. Diao Yu Tai

hotpot in klPhoto: @an.ngon.ngon (Instagram)

A new fancy hotpot spot in PJ! Diao Yu Tai is where you go for a lavish hotpot dining experience with its fancy design that even features a bar in the restaurant. With a big artificial peach tree in the dining area, dining there would seem like you are dining in a courtyard full of oriental ambience!

Photo: @design.dept_kl (Instagram)

Photo: @design.dept_kl (Instagram)

Address: Ground floor, Golf & Country Resort, Menara Lien Hoe, 8, Persiaran Tropicana, Tropicana, 47410 Petaling Jaya, Selangor

Operating hours: 3pm-12am (Monday-Friday) | 12pm-3pm ; 6pm-12pm (Saturday & Sunday)

Status: Non-Halal

Link(s): Facebook | Instagram

Which hotpot restaurant would you visit next?

Save this list for your next hotpot gathering and let us know which is your favourite! Enjoy, foodies!

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