There's quite the variety of a hotpot you can choose that can suit whatever taste suits you - a variety of combinations of meats and veggies and flavors. I would suggest considering sharing a pot with a friend and getting extra servings of noodles or rice ... especially since soup is unlimited! As the soup dwindles down - either from the eating or from the evaporation, ask the waiter for more soup and you're set. Of course the toppings may not outlast the soup - but you can always add for more meats or veggies on the side to add/mix into your soup.
The service here was a little slow - we asked for more meat, it took a long while for it to come. We asked for more soup - again, took more time. Asked for more fire (because each hot pot comes on its own individual stand with a container on the bottom to hold a burner with fuel to keep the pot warm - if it gets too hot or you want to stop the cooking process, you can ask the waiter to put it out) and that took a while too.
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