Where To Find The Best Hot Pot Restaurants In Hong Kong In 2020
By Helen YuDecember 12, 2019There’s no better way to embrace the winter season than to treat yourself and your loved ones to a luscious hot pot experience
With the temperature gradually dropping in Hong Kong these days, we all know that the cooler season has officially arrived—and who wouldn’t agree it’s the perfect time to indulge in a bubbling pot of flavourful broth with your beloved ones?
From mouth-numbingly spicy Sichuan hot pots to the ever-popular coconut chicken broths and innovative homemade soup bases, we’ve rounded up some of the best hot pot restaurants in town for you to stay warm and toasty in the most satisfying way this winter:
A hidden gem tucked inside a modest building in Wan Chai, Megan’s Kitchen is a perfect go-to for a classic hot pot experience with modern twists.
Diners can dip their favourite ingredients in a variety of unique homemade broths such as tomato and crab soup in souffle finish, tom yum cappuccino, as well as fresh lobster borsch soup. You will be spoilt for choice with a wide selection of premium seafood, fresh vegetables and meats—such as A5 Saga wagyu sirloin and A4 Kagoshima wagyu shoulder chuck.
What’s more, Megan’s Kitchen has just revealed two creative vegetarian dumpling varieties that made with comforting fillings of veggies and Beyond Meat and Omnipork—perfect for the health-conscious hot pot lovers.
Megan’s Kitchen, 5/F, Lucky Centre, 165-171 Wan Chai Road, Wan Chai, Hong Kong, +852 2866 8305; meganskitchen.com
2/5The Drunken Pot
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The Drunken Pot is often described as one of the trendiest hot pot restaurants in Hong Kong, thanks to its chic urban décor and innovative approach to hot pot ingredients.
Featuring a unique array of delicacies such as homemade shrimp and crabmeat dumplings with black truffle, deep-fried tofu and seaweed rolls, the restaurant also takes pride in offering the signature Drunken Pot, which includes five different soup bases in one copper pot, namely Sichuan numbing spicy, Teochew satay, shrimps, crab and clams as well as seafood soup with squid ink.
Don’t forget to check out other exquisite dishes such as sashimi seafood platter and steamed soup dumplings, and choose your drink from an extensive variety of libations for an elevated dining experience.
The Drunken Pot, 2/F, 8 Observatory Road, Tsim Sha Tsui, +852 2321 9038; thedrukenpot.com