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Hot stuff indeed. If you like Sichuan cuisine (and I do), this is a good place to bring your friends. Garlic, chile, ginger and huajiao are a few of my favourite things, as are kittens and mittens, and the chefs here know what to do...with all of them.
Try the eponymous rabbit hot pot, and of course they do a version of Dan Dan noodles too. Prepare to sweat.More
I don't have any other 'hotpots' to compare, but we had an excellent time here. The service was very good - Chinese hospitality can appear a bit brusque but actually it is really warm. Our waitress was determined that we shovel eat very bit of...the meal.
You get a choice of 'spicy' or 'not spicy' - our local friend asked for a combination of the two where there was a less spicy container within the main hotpot. This is a good idea s the spicy really is!
Don't put everything in together - enjoy a long leisurely meal cooking in stages and talking. China tea is better than alcohol with the meal - it really clears the palate and allows you to taste the flavours.
The sheep's stomach was OK, but didn't really have much flavour (I'd avoid next time). Meat was good - especially the beef. Chrysanthemum leaves added a very different flavour.
Busy so book ahead, but there were no other tourists in the place (Saturday night). I would definitely recommend.More
This place was super busy and we had to make a reservation or wait outside a very long time. We had our tour guide fill out our menu requests, as there was no English menu (nor did any of our servers speak English). There were...so many choices from vegetables to meats.
We decided to get the spicy option and it was very spicy, sadly too spicy for our son who ended up eating some of the veggies raw rather than put them in the spicy hotpot.
All the items were fresh, and when served were so well plated, they were almost too pretty to want to put in the hotpot (but believe me we still did). We had fish, chicken, and a huge variety of veggies. I liked some of the local greens and the cauliflower especially. We got so much food and it did start to add up in price, but it was completely worth it and we were so full and satisfied afterwards. We had an amazing meal.More
Everything about this restaurant is excellent, the food quality is really good, all the vegetables, sea food and meat are fresh, the tea is really good, and in general the beverages are excellent. I’ve never ate something similar to this, it´s really interesting if you...are visiting china for first time, this is one of the most famous Chengdu dishes, this hotpot restaurant is one of my favorites, the service is really fast and efficient. the place is clean and the decoration is traditional. There is not a lot of people during the week, which is good because it is calm, during the weekends it’s quite busy, but you still enjoying it and the food. The only problem here is that the personal of the restaurant don’t understand English a lot, but the still being patient with you. For me, this is one of the most delicious hotpot restaurants I´ve ever been.More
Typical of the local hotspot scene with the dual pot setup of outer ring of spicy and numbing stock soup afloat with peppercorn and chilli and the inner ring with the non spicy version. Reasonable price with plenty of food. The menu is quite extensive...with plenty of local flavors with innards and more. The service is localized so be prepared to ask the staff for help when required who tends to speak only Mandarin. Also, there is no internal credit card acceptance so it’s either Alipay or Wechat pay which uses only local facilities.More
We came here because of the reviews but later we found out the locals don’t really eat here. It is a much tamer place to eat hot pot meaning they don’t spice it up as much as they really do at local hot pot restaurants....The hot pot didn’t taste much different than hot pot restaurants in Beijing which means it is not very authentic. It was still ok and we enjoyed it but when we ate at another hot pot place where locals eat, the difference was night and day.More
A hotpot is not to be missed.The experience is fun,and spicey(as you wish). The mixture of the sauces and meats/vegies are boiled in oil,then dipped in the sauce you prepare yourself to taste.Great fun fot all.
Had a great night here with a friend. As 2 foreigners, we came wanting to try a famous Sichuan hotpot and that's exactly what we got. I think the staff could tell we were novices at the hotpot experience and so they really looked after...us and showed us how to cook the different foods. Even though we couldn't speak the same language very well we had a great time.
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