A new restaurant named Chicken Hot Pot has popped up near Tanjong Pagar MRT in Singapore. At Chicken Hot Pot all of the dishes are soups that you cook at the table. You chose the ingredients and you chose the heat. But don't be fooled by the name, this place serves more than just chicken hot pot. There's also beef hot pot as well as an unusual but tasty prawn and french fry hot pot. The restaurant also has a cooler stocked with all kinds of add-ins for your hot pot soup. The list of extra items includes fishballs, chicken sausages, and a wide variety of vegetables. If your pot runs low, you can even ask them to add extra soup.
The one downside to eating at this place is that the chicken does have bones that you have to spit out. Some people say that this adds to the flavor of the chicken, but I think they get in the way. You'll have to check it out and see what your preference is.
I recommend that you give this place a try. The exact address is B1-21 8 Shenton Way.
In the interest of transparency, I need to confess that the shop owner, John is a friend-of-a-friend and I was given a free meal during the shop's opening week. However, I've gone back since then and paid full price.
This restaurant is part of a chain that can be found all around southeast Asia.
Here's a review of the Hong Kong location:
Here's a review of their Kuala Lumpur location:
(This one has great photos!)