Hong Kong's hot pot


With artistic presentation, creative and innovative new recipes, and ‘sake bombs’ to give the experience an alcoholic kick, The Drunken Pot has reinvented the beloved Chinese hot pot tradition and given it a serious shake up. Recently opened in Hong Kong’s trendy Tsim Sha Tsui district, the restaurant offers a completely new hot pot experience, allowing diners to mix and match broth bases with a selection of numerous speciality hot pots. Bursting with flavour and made with fresh, quality and exotic ingredients, speciality hot pots include Drunken Chicken, spicy Szechuan Mala, Clams and Chicken in Sake and Coconut, the 4-in-1 Notorious Pot and the signature five-in-one Drunken Pot, glowing with an edible flaming papaya. Traditional, home-style options such as satay broth are also available, but have been reinvigorated with richer and creamier textures. Those who enjoy something a little more adventurous will want to finish their meal with the Drunken Tofu Gelato, resembling ice cream, but made with fresh fish paste and tofu in flavours such as mala and taro.


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