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Haidilao Menu Menu Price 2024 Malaysia

Hello Haidilao lovers, are you looking for the latest Haidilao menu? Then you have come to the right place. We have uploaded their complete menu with pictures & updated prices. Below you will find the latest list of Haidilao Menu 2024 Malaysia with prices.

Haidilao Menu Malaysia
Haidilao Menu Malaysia

Haidilao Menu Malaysia 2023 With Prices List


Pork Collar 猪梅花肉from RM 16
Three Delicacy Hot Pot 三鲜火锅from RM 20
Signature Mashed Shrimp 捞派虾滑from RM 22
Signature Beef 精品肥牛from RM 29
Fresh Beancurd Skin 鲜腐竹from RM 7

Hot Pot Soups 火锅湯(Single Base Soup)

Haidilao offers a variety of delicious hot pot options to choose from. Start off with the Deep-Fried Beancurd Skin Rolls for a savory and satisfying appetizer. For something a bit more filling, try the Japanese Dashi Hot Pot, Mala Spicy & Vegetable Oil Soup Base, Three Delicacy Hot Pot, Tomato Soup Hot Pot, Golden Soup With Fish Maw Hot Pot, Mushroom Soup Hot Pot, Thai Tom Yum Hot Pot, Sichuan Pickled Hot Pot, or the Pork Maw With Pepper Hot Pot, all priced from RM 20 to RM 46.

Deep-Fried Beancurd Skin Rolls 响铃卷from RM 12
Japanese Dashi Hot Pot 日式柴鱼浓汤火锅from RM 28
Mala Spicy & Vegetable Oil Soup Base 清油麻辣火锅from RM 28
Three Delicacy Hot Pot 三鲜火锅from RM 20
Tomato Soup Hot Pot 番茄火锅from RM 28
Golden Soup With Fish Maw Hot Pot 花胶鸡火锅from RM 46
Mushroom Soup Hot Pot 菌汤火锅from RM 20
Thai Tom Yum Hot Pot 泰式冬阴功火锅from RM 28
Sichuan Pickled Hot Pot 酸菜火锅from RM 20
Pork Maw With Pepper Hot Pot 猪肚胡椒火锅from RM 20

Hot Pot Soups 火锅湯 (Dual Base Soup)

Dual Base Soupfrom RM 0

Signature Dishes 特色菜类

Signature Mashed Shrimp 捞派虾滑from RM 22
Sliced Dory Fish 捞派巴沙鱼片from RM 16
Pork Aorta 捞派黄喉from RM 13
Signature Tofu 捞派豆花RM 14
Haidilao-flavored Beef 捞派滑牛肉from RM 15


Braised Intestines卤肥肠from RM 10

Meat 牛羊肉类

Haidilao’s menu offers a variety of delicious meats to choose from for your hot pot. The FineThird Line Meat, Pork Belly, Pork Collar, and Iberico Pork Collar are all available from RM 16 to RM 31. The Mutton Rolls and Signature Beef are available for RM 22 and RM 29, respectively. For something a bit more indulgent, try the Marbled Wagyu Sirloin for RM 64, the Australian Marbled Wagyu for RM 44, the Australian Beef Rib Eye for RM 25, or the Marinated Pork Neck for RM 17. Be sure to visit Haidilao for a delicious and satisfying hot pot experience featuring some of the best meats available

FineThird Line Meat 层层雪浪猪五花from RM 16
Pork Belly 猪五花肉from RM 16
Pork Collar 猪梅花肉from RM 16
Iberico Pork Collar 西班牙黑猪肉from RM 31
Mutton Rolls 草原羔羊肉from RM 22
Signature Beef 精品肥牛from RM 29
Marbled Wagyu Sirloin 雪花西冷和牛from RM 64
Australian Marbled Wagyu 澳洲雪花和牛from RM 44
Australian Beef Rib Eye澳洲牛肋眼肉from RM 25
Marinated Pork Neck 猪颈肉from RM 17

Seafood eafood Etc 海鲜、河鲜类

Sliced Barramundi 鲈鱼片RM 24
Scallop Meat 冰鲜贝柱from RM 21
Half Shell Scallop 扇贝from RM 21
Green Mussel 青蛤from RM 16
Baby Octopus 爽脆章鱼仔from RM 15
Baby Cuttlefish 精品墨鱼仔from RM 14
Ten-Head Abalone 十头鲍鱼RM 128
Sea Asparagus 鲍笋from RM 30

Meatballs & Mashed Meat Sides 丸滑类

Haidilao is a popular restaurant known for their hot pot options, with a variety of soup bases to choose from including Japanese dashi, mala spicy, tomato, and Sichuan pickled. They also offer a range of meats, including FineThird Line Meat, pork belly, pork collar, mutton rolls, signature beef, and marbled wagyu sirloin. In addition to their hot pot offerings, Haidilao also has a selection of handmade meatballs and seafood options such as cheese shrimp balls and cheese lobster cakes. Whether you’re in the mood for hot pot or handmade meatballs, Haidilao has something to satisfy your cravings.

Pork Meatball 手工猪肉丸from RM 14
Mushroom Pork Meatball 香菇贡丸from RM 13
Handmade Fish Balls With Fish Roe 手工鱼籽鱼丸from RM 12
Cheese Shrimp Ball芝士虾丸from RM 20
Black PepperFlavoredPorkMeatballs黑胡椒猪肉丸from RM 12
Cheese Lobster Cake 芝士龙虾饼from RM 12
Cheese Fish Tofu 芝士鱼豆腐from RM 12
Squid-pork Meatballs 吊片猪肉丸from RM 12
Meat Stuffed Meatball 爆浆猪肉丸from RM 12
Fortune Gold Bag 鱼籽福袋from RM 16
Fish Ball with Roe 鱼包鱼蛋from RM 9
Fish Ball 鱼丸from RM 11

Classic Hot Pot Dishes 经典火锅菜

f you’re in the mood for some delicious, savory snacks, Haidilao’s soybean and flour products are the way to go. From the crispy, fried fish skin to the succulent sliced chicken, there’s something for everyone to enjoy. The luncheon meat and crab filament stick make for great protein-packed options, while the pork stomach and abalone slices provide a unique twist on traditional flavors. And for a burst of savory umami, don’t miss out on the fish roe stuffed beancurd or the quail eggs. Round out your snack selection with the cocktail sausage, fish noodles, and fried beancurd skin for a satisfying snack spread.

Fried Crispy Fish Skin 炸鱼皮from RM 9
Sliced Chicken 香草鸡片from RM 12
Luncheon Meat 午餐肉from RM 10
Crab Filament Stick 蟹味棒from RM 10
Pork Kidney Slice 椒香腰花from RM 7
Pork Stomach 猪肚from RM 15
Abalone Slices 贵妃鲍鱼片from RM 12
Duck Tongue 鸭舌from RM 10
Fish Roe Stuffed Beancurd 腐皮鱼籽夹from RM 11
Quail Egg 鹌鹑蛋from RM 10
Cocktail Sausage 脆皮肠from RM 10
Fish Noodles 鱼面from RM 10
Fried Beancurd Skin 炸腐竹RM 13

Soybean & Flour Products 豆面制品

Deep-Fried Beancurd Skin Rolls 响铃卷from RM 12
Frozen Beancurd 冻豆腐from RM 8
Silken Beancurd 鲜豆腐from RM 8
Dried Tofu Skin 豆腐皮from RM 7
Fresh Beancurd Skin 鲜腐竹from RM 7
Vermiceli 粉丝from RM 6
Konjac Knots 魔芋丝from RM 7
Yik Mee 伊面RM 4

Green Vegetables 叶菜类

Chinese Cabbage 大白菜from RM 7
Spinach 菠菜from RM 9
Yow Mak Dam 油麦旦from RM 7
Yau Mak 香港油麦菜from RM 8
Crown Daisy 茼蒿from RM 10
Lettuce 长生菜from RM 7

Roof Vegetable 根茎类

Lotus Root 藕片from RM 9
Chinese Yam 山药from RM 6
Green Celtuce 青笋from RM 6
Bamboo Shoot 竹笋from RM 10
White Radish 白萝卜from RM 5
Potato Slices 土豆片from RM 8
Sliced Yam 芋头from RM 7
Sweet Corn 甜玉米from RM 7
Kombu Seedling8秒海带苗from RM 7
Pearl Sweet Corn水果珍珠玉米from RM 9

Mushroom 菌类

King Oyster Mushroom 杏鲍菇from RM 6
Black Fungus 木耳from RM 8
Shiitake Mushroom 香菇from RM 6
Golden Mushroom 金色金针菇from RM 11
Oyster Mushroom 平菇from RM 6
White Jade Mushroom 白玉菇RM 18
Seafood Mushroom海鲜菇from RM 8

Main 主食

Pork And Chives Dumpling 韭菜猪肉水饺from RM 10

Sauce & Seasoning 酱料

Haidilao Sauce 海底捞味碟-外卖RM 8
Spicy Sauce 香辣味碟-外卖RM 8
Sesame Oil Sauce 香油味碟-外卖RM 8
Sesame Sauce 芝麻酱味-外卖RM 8
Dry Chili 辣椒干味碟-外卖RM 8
Seafood Sauce 海鲜味碟-外卖RM 8

Beverages 饮料

Sprite(Small) 雪碧RM 4
Coca-Cola(Small) 可口可乐RM 4
Wang Lao Ji Herbal Tea 310ML 王老吉RM 6
Heaven & Earth Jasmine Green Tea 天与地茉莉绿茶RM 4
Heaven & Earth Ice Lemon Tea 天与地柠檬茶RM 4
ChaPai Grapefruit Green Tea (500ml) 茶Π柚子绿茶RM 6
ChaPai Peach Oolong Tea (500ml) 茶Π蜜桃乌龙茶RM 6
Kang ShiFu Rock Sugar Pear Drink 康师傅冰糖雪梨RM 5
HoneyB Sparkling Hoeny Drink HoneyB 蜂蜜气泡饮料RM 4

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Haidilao Menu Malaysia

How much is Haidilao per person in Malaysia?

The price range is about rm60 per person which to me is not bad at all.

Does Haidilao have time limit?

Anytime before 5pm is fine. Preferably, call before you head down. Otherwise, you’ll be faced with a horrendous queue that’ll shock the living daylights out of you. Anytime from 10 pm is good, as the dinner crowd would be gone by then and Hai Di Lao is open till 6 am.

Is Haidilao cheaper in Malaysia?

Some of the food items are limited and some are cheaper to eat Haidilao in Malaysia, compared to Singapore.

Can I bring my own ingredients to Hai Di Lao?

yes! Haidilao lets you bring outside food in,

What does Hai Di Lao do for birthdays?

To celebrate your birthday, Hai Di Lao will give you a free fruit platter during your birthday month.

Is Hai Di Lao manicure free?

While it’s a well-known fact that free manicures are provided for those waiting in line,

Is Hai Di Lao halal in Malaysia?

No! Hai Di Lao is non-halal in Malaysia.

What is Hai Di Lao famous for?

Haidilao is one of China’s biggest hotpot restaurant chains and has broken barriers to become one of the best-known Chinese restaurants around the world.

Who owns Hai Di Lao Malaysia?

Background. Zhang Yong is the owner of Haidilao,

Christopher Tan Author at eatzeely.com
Alia Izzati Author at eatzeely.com

Author: Alia Izzati

Alia Izzati is an experienced food critic and writer based in Malaysia. She is the author of several popular articles on the websites klfoodie.com and eatzeely.com, where she covers a wide range of topics related to restaurants and their menus. With a keen palate and a passion for exploring the culinary landscape of her home country, Alia is known for her thoughtful and in-depth reviews of the latest dining trends and hotspots. Whether you’re looking for the best new places to eat in Malaysia or just want to stay up-to-date on the latest food news, Alia’s articles are a must-read for anyone with an interest in the culinary arts.

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