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.
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