The wait is finally over!
Source: Los Angeles Magazine
While we Malaysians used to salivate and go green with envy over our Singaporean neighbour’s fortune of having ‘Hai Di Lao’, now we no longer have to.
The super popular and famous hot pot restaurant that originated from China is opening in Sunway Pyramid!
Known as one of the biggest hot pot restaurant chains in the world with over 300+ branches worldwide, the brand found its way into the people’s heart thanks to their remarkable thick soup stock that commands rich flavours and textures. One of their speciality soup is the spicy ‘Ma La’ soup.
Of course, not forgetting their crazy array of sauces that are also to die for!
Source: LTL Mandarin School
The last time Hai Di Lao opened their first branch in Singapore, locals had to book one month in advanced or queue up to an hour for it! The craze is real guys!
The store is located at the Sunway Pyramid mall’s ground floor, but as of current, there’s no further news on when it’ll open its doors to the many hungry Malaysians! I guess we’ll just have to keep our eyes peeled then!
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