- $17 for $30 worth of Chinese hot pots and barbecue
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JT5 Restaurant puts a unique spin on the traditional Chinese buffet by taking the all-you-can-eat concept and translating it to hot pots and barbecue. Diners start off with a soup base, choosing between broths with names like Spicy Style and Pork Bone Style. From there, it's pretty much off to the races as folks pick out top-quality meats, including lamb shoulder, cuttlefish balls, and quail eggs. Add a little winter melon or enoki mushroom for flavor and color, pop a bean-curd stick on top, and you've got yourself a hot pot. If you're in the mood for barbecue, it's the same deal, only with grill-worthy meats such as short ribs, squid, and pork belly.