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It was so different to go through a hot pot meal slowly in a group of 5 rather than as a couple. It just felt like being in China -- there was so much we could sample: fungi, leafy greens, seafood, meat and bean noodles....More
There is a flight of stairs that leads down to the restaurant from the street level. The restaurant itself is nondescript in terms of decor, but it is comfortable with plenty of adequate seating. Don't be deterred by it's lack of ambiance because this is...More
We are Americans who grew up only knowing Americanized Chinese food until we visited and eventually lived in southwest China for a few years. It is nearly impossible to get good, authentic Chinese food here, and even harder to find hot pot. This place is...More
I could get used to the Hot Pot concept. If you want to try this form of dining - which involves putting raw meat and veggies into a boiling broth and letting it cook for a while - you should make a reservation because this...More
We've only ever ordered carryout from here, so I can't give any opinion about the Hot Pot here. I'm fairly certain this is the only hot pot place in Ithaca, but we never tried it because for whatever reason it seemed dodgy to my wife...More
I am from Northeast China and I can say that the food here is very authentic. The taste is so close to what you can get in China. I dined in once and we order take out almost every week. Have tried quite a few...More
Haven't received such bad service anywhere else. I'd strongly recommend against going there.
We went there in a group of 12 and ordered various dishes from the menu.The waiter came back and said that a third of the dishes we ordered were unavailable. Alright, we...More
This place is absolutely fantastic, particularly when you are craving real, non-Americanized Chinese food. Two of my favorite dishes are salt-baked prawns with pepper and stir-fried prawns with pickled chili and minced pork. Don't bother peeling the prawns -- just eat them shells and all....More