Overlook the unassuming address, frigid temperatures and no-frills décor (save for the LCD screens plastered on the walls of each booth) and you will find one of the most innovative and highquality Chinese hotpot restaurants in town. Famous for its array of creative broth bases—those who have a tough time picking can savour up to three in one pot—the signature tomato and crab soup in souffle finish is a clear winner with its rich aromas, but the Japanese miso tofu soup and Malaysia satay soup are close seconds.
You can’t go too wrong with any of the premium meats on offer, but the reasonably-priced snowflake beef exceeded expectations with its intense marbling, succulent meat and generous portion.
Other standouts included the Instagram-stealing rainbow cuttlefish balls, beef with black truffle dumplings and sautéed spare ribs with strawberries. For the most flavour-bursting finish, slurp up the broths at the end of the feast. It’s worth noting that apart from hotpot, Megan’s Kitchen do a roaring trade in traditional Cantonese dishes for sharing— including soy sauce chicken, sizzling claypot vegetables, and a sweet-and-savory strawberry spare ribs done to sticky perfection. Service is friendly and relatively accommodating.