Authentic Taiwanese Stone Hotpot with homemade broth! 20% off the total bill now!😁

Tired of the usual hotpot?

Come to Feima Stone Hotpot for a change!

Let them bring your tastebuds to Taiwan with authentic Taiwanese stone hotpot!

Authentic Taiwanese Hotpot


Is this Taiwan?

Nope, this Feima Stone Hotpot, the only Taiwanese stone hotpot restaurant in Singapore. 

By using the wallpaper of Raohe Night Market, the shop is designed to look like Taiwan’s night market hotpot shop.

Hotpot that’s unlike others


Originated in Taiwan, the stone hot pot is a unique type of hot pot

They stir-fried ingredients like onion, garlic, and meat in the stone pot before the broth is added in to add on to the flavor. 

Not only so, but the broth served at Feima Stone Hotpot is all homemade and has no added MSG. 

100% original flavour of theirs!

Mmm…Fresh ingredients!


At Feima Stone Hotpot, they only serve fresh hotpot ingredients. From Seafood to vegetables, there’s a wide variety of ingredients for diners to choose from. 

Some drinks and ingredients are directly imported from Taiwan

They even have Doraemon fish cakes! How cute!

Taiwanese Lu Rou Fan


Just at 2.50, you’ll be able to get yourself a tasty bowl of authentic Taiwanese Pork Rice Bowl

The Pork Rice Bowl smells so good that you would not be able to resist it! 

They also have an icecream claw machine in their shop. By spending more than $50 on your receipt, you’ll get two tokens for the claw machine, and four tokens if you spend more than $100.

Save up!


As mentioned in the picture, diners would get 20% off their bill if they dine in during weekdays (Closed on Mondays!), from 12 pm – 3 pm. 

Head down to Feima Stone Hotpot with your family and friends today!

📍462 Crawford Ln, S190462

🕛Daily: 11 am – 10.30 pm (Closed on Mondays) 


📞9757 5588

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