If you've never experienced a hot pot restaurant this is a great restaurant to try. Even if you are an old hand at hot pots, this is a great restaurant. There is a nice assortment of different soup bases and an enormous variety of items to cook in your hot pot, meats (we had beef and lamb), vegetables (we had baby bok choi), mushrooms (we had enoki) , noodles, seafood (shrimp, squid, green mussels), tofu, and on and on. The restaurant itself is nicely decorated and the service was attentive. We were a party of 4, but this would be a fun place, much better than a Benihana style teppanyaki, for a larger group to have a tasty and fun meal.
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