This is a favorite among locals and expats. Service is sometimes slow but when with hot pot dining, time is not of the essence. Each table has an ... More
Hot Pot King
This is a favorite among locals and expats. Service is sometimes slow but when with hot pot dining, time is not of the essence. Each table has an inset burner and a large soup pot. Get a window seat for views of bustling Huaihai Road. Hot pot is basically a communal pot of soup heated over a gas fire. Raw meats, vegetables and herbs are thrown into the boiling broth to slowly cook while you socialize with friends. Choose from a variety of broths but be advised that the spicy Sichuan is only for the seasoned professional fire-eater.
Ate here in Summer of 2006 and will be back in June of 2008. I can't wait. The hot pot was fantastic. Picking your own fish to have filet and brought to your table was awesome. Frozen tofu was my favorite.
The food was really good here! I think it was probably the most food I ever ate at one sitting. I went there with a bunch of coworkers when I was working in Shanghai in 2004. 10 of us ate, and drank beer and other drinks, and I believe it cost about $70-80 USD. There is a large bowl in the middle of the table with a burner under it. The bowl is seperated in the middle to seperate the 2 kinds of soup...spicy and mild. Great food and we had great service! Can't wait to go back!
The food there is quite delicious. I like the herbal soup base. The service is slow during when taking order.
The ambience is not that good. Kinda noisy and your clothes stinks after the visit.
The wash room is not in a very good condition, considering the amount of money that we are paying for the food there.
Located on busy and trendy Wuhai (sp) road, a trendy and sophisticated crowd of mainly non-westeners. Decor is excellent for a hot pot style restaurant. Nice water feature as you enter and walk up a winding staircase. Cream walls, minimal style decor focused on natural wood accents that look like mahogany branches.
The dual soup ( chicken and schewan) style were btoh flavorfull. The sechwan (sp) broth was a good contrast to the shrimp ( in this case skewers). The mutton seemed fresh and was salmon pink. the dipping sauces were excellent with the peanut based, cilantro, fresh garlic and seasame seeds ( you choice of ingrediants) was very good.
Service was strong on a busy Saturday night. Numerous refills of broth, we had our sauces made and lamb, shrimp etc in less than 10 minutes.
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