We passed by Bone & Pot along the LDP many times, but never did have a chance to try it out. Hubby suggested it one day when we were out of ideas on what to eat on a Sunday night. We decided to go early as the seats seems rather limited. The place is rather small, and even though we reached at about 615pm, the place was already nearly full. We got a table, and chose the pork bone broth as well as the pepper broth. The pork bone broth was absolute delicious, while the pepper broth was a bit too spicy for me. The pepper broth also had some small pieces of pig's stomach in it. The food here is a la carte not buffet style. The items were rather pricey too. We ordered some pork balls, more pig's stomach, pork neck slices, homemade sotong mee and some greens. The pork items were great, juicy and succulent. The homemade sotong mee is quite interesting as the paste came in a triangular plastic bag rather like an icing bag. The waiter cut a hole at the bottom and you can squeeze the paste out to the length of your preference. The paste also had a generous amount of ebikko in it. Great place, great food, just slightly more expensive that your average steamboat place.