Casual dining concept serving rice bowls by day, before transforming into a hotpot (steamboat) joint by night. The 80-seater “Jin Ho Mia”, which means “a really good life” in Hokkien or literally “well-steamed rice” (蒸好米), offers a series of fuss-free rice bowls and salads that includes a hearty range of Beef Bulgogi Bowl ($13.80), Thai-Style Prawns Bowl ($13.80), Sweet and Sour Chicken Bowl ($13.80), and the signature Tom Yum Pao Fan ($14.80) featuring rice soaked in Asian flavour broths, followed by healthier selections, like the Salad Bimbimbap ($11.80) or Salmon Poke Bowl ($14.80). Alternatively, you could build your own “Ga Gi Lai Bowl” style, starting from $13.80 consists of one grain, one protein, two vegetables and a dressing of your choice.
Come dinner, individual bowls turn into a communal hotpot sets, which serves two to three, comes in a variety of soup bases such as Jin Ho Mia’s signature 8-hour fish broth, tom yum, chicken, tomato, and even cheese (the concept is similar to Soi Thai Soi Nice‘s Thai Seafood hotpot). The largest Tok Kong Pot ($48.80) consists of a host of ingredients like Alaska crab legs, flower clams, tiger prawns and roasted pork, the mid-range Ah Boy Pot ($33.80) includes a variety of meats like luncheon meat, bacon, pork balls and lobster balls, while the Giam Pui Pot ($28.80) is essentially an almost vegetarian-friendly mix of mushrooms, vegetables and glass noodle (which are in the two larger pots too). If you can’t wait to start but the hotpot isn’t ready yet, order sides like Ngoh Hiang ($7.90) and Prawn Omelette ($9.80) to snack on.