▮ Dish 1: Signature Mixed Chicken Pot｜✯ : 6.5/10 🉑 ▯ Free-flow chicken pot with five levels of spiciness
The portion size was a bit small for two people, and the quality of the chicken was average, with more bones than meat. The sauce was decent, but the onions and other accompanying ingredients lacked fragrance, resulting in a less flavourful chicken. (We followed the cooking instructions, although it’s possible that our cooking may not have been optimal).
This dish was visually appealing but fell short in terms of taste. Among the various seafood options, only the razor clams and mussels had a somewhat good flavour. The rest were bland, especially the scallops and prawns, which lacked taste except for the garlic seasoning. Additionally, the texture of the seafood was somewhat mushy. The Sanuki udon noodles were of poor quality, overcooked and mushy, making it difficult to enjoy.
▮ Dish 3: Nourishing Hot Pot｜✯ : 7.5/10 ✅ ▯ Tomato and potato soup base with clams
There were four soup base options to choose from. Besides the tomato and potato clams soup base we ordered, there were also fish maw and dried scallop, and coriander and preserved egg options. The soup base was well-prepared, with a pleasant sweetness and rich ingredients. The clams were abundant, making it a commendable choice.
▮ Dish 4: Free-flow Hot Pot Ingredients｜✯ : 8.5/10 ✅✅ ▯ Hand-cut beef neck shoulder, over 40 free-flow hot pot ingredients
This was the highlight of the entire meal! The hand-cut beef had evenly distributed marbling, with rich beef flavour and tender texture. The thickness was also just right! Moreover, every plate maintained a high level of quality, making it the best beef I have ever tasted in all-you-can-eat hotpot in Hong Kong.
In addition to beef, they also provided high-quality black pig slices for hotpot!
The refrigerated section had a wide variety of ingredients, but the must-try item is the cuttlefish balls. They had a strong cuttlefish flavour (also the best I’ve ever had) and a bouncy, chewy texture that shouldn’t be missed. There were other hot pot ingredients available, but because these three items were so delicious, we didn’t have room to try the others. We’ll save them for next time.
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