Hot-Pot Meal for Four or Six or $20 for $40 Worth of Seafood and Asian Fusion Fare at The Hot Pot in Hollywood

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In a Nutshell

Chefs prepare Asian fusion cuisine such as mongolian hot pots, where diners boil morsels of thinly sliced meats & seafood in spicy broth

The Fine Print

Expires Apr 11th, 2012. Limit 3 per person. Limit 1 per table. Valid only for option purchased. Dine-in only. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

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The Deal

$27 for a Mongolian hot-pot meal for four (a $55.99 value), including the following:

  • Two choices of broth (Hot n Spicy, house style, or vegetarian)
  • Three choices of meat or seafood
  • Three choices of vegetables
  • Two choices of starch (rich noodles, steamed or brown rice, or mung-bean noodles)

$38 for a Mongolian hot-pot meal for six (a $79.99 value), including the following:

  • Four choices of broth (Hot n Spicy, house style, or vegetarian)
  • Five choices of meat or seafood
  • Three choices of vegetables
  • Two choices of starch (rich noodles, steamed or brown rice, or mung-bean noodles)

$20 for $40 worth of seafood and Asian fusion cuisine

  • The menu includes the following:
    • Korean-style short ribs ($9.99)
    • Hawaiian garlic butter shrimp ($10.99)
    • Fresh Louisiana crawfish (market price)

The Hot Pot

Mongolian-style hot-pot dining originated centuries ago, when embattled horsemen repurposed their shields and helmets into pots for preparing meaty stews over an open flame. Over time, this modality of cooking has been adopted and remixed as a communal dining event throughout Asia, and the chefs at The Hot Pot put their own spin on it with their family-oriented dinners. Servers first lay out tables banquet-style, arranging plates of raw meat, seafood, veggies, rice, and noodles around a centerpiece boiling pot of homemade broth and a decorative bib for the guest of honor. Tablemates then joust for morsels of flank steak, mussels, and tofu and then settle the pieces in the simmering, spicy broth until tender. But the bubbling cauldron doesn't have to be the focal point of the proceedings: The Hot Pot also prepares fresh seafood and Asian fusion fare, including crawfish hauled straight from Louisiana.

The Hot Pot

Mongolian-style hot-pot dining originated centuries ago, when embattled horsemen repurposed their shields and helmets into pots for preparing meaty stews over open flames. Over time, this modality of cooking has been adopted and remixed as a communal dining event throughout Asia, and the chefs at The Hot Pot put their own spin on it with their family-oriented dinners. Servers first lay out tables banquet-style, arranging plates of raw meat, seafood, veggies, rice, and noodles around centerpiece boiling pots of homemade broth, which comes in flavors ranging from Thai-influenced hot and spicy to a chicken and vegetable house broth. Tablemates joust for morsels of flank steak, mussels, and tofu and then settle the pieces in the simmering broth until they’re tender. But the bubbling cauldron doesn't have to be the focal point of the proceedings; The Hot Pot also prepares a fresh seafood boil and Vietnamese entrees.


Tips

75% of 482 customers

  • “Our server was super friendly and extremely helpful in explaining how hot pot works. She was how every waitress should be :)”

  • “great food, great service, great value for your money.”

  • “Great place great food”

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    Davie

    6820 Stirling Rd.

    Hollywood, Florida 33024

    954-518-8000

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