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6 Sutherland St, Melbourne

Hot Pot Feast for Two ($69) or Four People ($138) at Qipo Skewer Bar (Up to $246 Value)

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Highlights

Two or four diners can enjoy a hot pot feast that includes 35 skewers and four bottles of beer per couple

Recent Positive Reviews

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Di
3 ratings3 reviews
December 12, 2020
Ambience is nice, a place with about a dozen tables, up 2 flights of stairs (no elevator for those with accessibility requirements). Reasonable selection of skewers, which you walk up and choose yourself from an ambient fridge (malatang style) - meats, vegetables, mushroom and tofu - be aware the plates of noodles or dumplings are extra $. There's a range of soup bases from spicy (with Sichuan pepper), mushroom, tomato. Service was t great - they mixed up the order and seemed very distracted, only 1 person on wait staff. The ice jelly for dessert was yum - watermelon and dried fruit in a jelly base.
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Ria
1 ratings1 reviews
December 3, 2020
Food was amazing and staff were so kind. We were entirely stuffed by the end. 35 skewers doesn’t sound like much for two people but it all added up with the rice, rice cakes, and dessert.
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JasonTOP REVIEWERHELPFUL REVIEWER
66 ratings59 reviews
January 13, 2021
Great food and very good environment.
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SarahTOP REVIEWERHELPFUL REVIEWER
66 ratings45 reviews
December 20, 2020
Tasty skewers, good value. Special drink is also very nice.
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Jon
3 ratings1 reviews
November 22, 2020
4pax Large cold skewer lunch, with Fried rice & deep fried pork, beers all round. It was really tasty and we were really impressed. The skewers were dipped in sauce which was rather spicy tho, so beware.
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gingerTOP REVIEWERHELPFUL REVIEWER
86 ratings74 reviews
November 22, 2020
Really surprised by their fried rice which is supposed to be of a compliment dish on top of their signature cold skewer platter. Actually I ended up eating the fried rice as main with all the skewers as side dishes. Their special drink is another surprise. The whole meal made me so full, I didn't need to have dinner!!
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Wen
2 ratings2 reviews
March 1, 2020
The food are really good. It supplies quite a variety of food, including rice cake, jelly and fried rice. Four drinks are a bit more for two persons.
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Catherine
9 ratings2 reviews
January 26, 2020
Service was not efficient.
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About This Deal

The Deal

$69 for a hot pot feast with beer for two people (total value up to $123)

  • Choice of soup base
  • Two portions of fried rice
  • Two sauces
  • Fried rice cake
  • 35 skewers
  • Two ice jellies
  • Four beers

$138 for a hot pot feast with beer for four people (total value up to $246)

  • Choice of two soup bases
  • Four portions of fried rice
  • Four sauces
  • Two fried rice cakes
  • 70 skewers
  • Four ice jellies
  • Eight beers

Highlights

  • Choose a soup base out of six flavours such as tomato or mushroom
  • Enjoy up to 35 skewers per couple
  • Quench thirst with two bottles of beer each

Need To Know

• Limit of 2 vouchers per person
• Purchase up to 2 additional as gifts
• Not valid for lunch
• Must book through Groupon Booking Tool
• Check availability before purchase
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About Qipo Skewer Bar

Boasting a dining space with industrial vibe in the heart of downtown, Qipo Skewer Bar is a Chinese restaurant that specialise in hot pot. Patrons can choose from a list of soup bases and varied spice levels on offer. Qipo Skewer Bar also offers meat rolls, snacks, as well as a range of typical Chinese soft drinks.