Le Le Pot offers a wide variety of Chinese cuisine, sliced meats, freshest seafood, tofu, noodles, and assorted vegetables and serves them with savory dipping sauces.
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One of the better steamboat buffets
This is one of the better Chinese steamboat buffets that I've been to. I remember going to the those steamboat/bbq buffets along Bugis and I always left slightly disappointed. Something about Singaporeans grabbing all they can whenever there's a new batch of food always leaves a bad taste in my mouth (pun intended). The sight afterwards is definitely not pretty.
For Le Le, you order ala carte style. The food is fresh, the soup bases are decent, and best of all, it's not messy. One note though, you have to pay an extra for soup base even after paying for the buffet price. I mean, if we don't cook it in soup what can we cook it with? Oh well. They have a selection of cooked dishes as well. Props to those! I especially love their mantous. They are fried so that they are lightly crisped on the outside and fluffy on the inside. Plus, the drizzle of condensed milk is just genius. I know nobody really go for mantous at a buffet because it just doesn't make economical sense, but please order a plate of this whenever you're there.
Don't expect to find much seafood here unless you're willing to fork out the extra money. For me, the wide variety of dishes satisfied me just fine. I paid about 26 per person for a Saturday night dinner, which I thought was pretty decent, considering the quality of the food and the amount I ate.