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2014-12-07 670 views
This place is very crowded during dinner time when we reached. Each table is given around 1.5 hrs to dine (if I am correct). If you love your vegetables fresh, you will love it here. Placed on a bed of ice, it keeps the vegetables (we loved the nai bai and leek) cool and juicy. On top of that, they keep refilling them so you will not see empty bowls there, like other buffet places.The sauces here are also very good, and somewhat with a Jap twist. The choice not as much as Hai Di Lao but we actua
The sauces here are also very good, and somewhat with a Jap twist. The choice not as much as Hai Di Lao but we actually loved these more. You can add lots of garlic,sesame, parsley to the sauce and to your liking. Mushrooms are aplenty here too.
The best part here is that the meat are not placed outside so that the meat can be kept in the freshest state. You need to order them from the waitress but there is no limit. It comes to you so thinly sliced that when you put them into the hot pot, they turn into a nice pick immediately. Dip into the sauce and voila, you have the perfect hot pot! Healthy and tasty!
There are many choices of soup but we chose the Tom Yum Miso and Tonkatsu soup stock. It tasted a bit mild but is ok after a while. Again, you can ask for refill of soup base if you want.
For $1.99 extra, you can go for a free flow of drinks and ice cream. ;)
Overally, a really nice,cosy place to dine. Will be back again. (it is $10 cheaper if we can on weekdays for the same things).
Other Info. : The service staff are overloaded, so go early if you can. Else, prepare to wait for a table if you go during peak hr, esp with a large group.(The above review is the personal opinion of a user which does not represent OpenRice's point of view.)