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This place has gotten better with time. Our first visits were inconsistent and we noticed a few issues, but our most recent visit last week was so much better.
We order the half hot/half regular base, usually with (hand-made) noodles, thin sliced beef, cabbage, quail...More
First of all, we grew up eating hot pot at home on cold winter nights. Since then we have dined in California, Seattle, Portland for various hot pot restaurants. This place is new, clean, and spacious. The bench seats can be a bit hard if...More
Our first adventure to the Garden Hot Pot was a fun "learning-curve" shared as a family, Grandma, Daughter and teen Granddaughter. We didn't know what to expect or how to do any of it. The staff took care of us and told us the time...More
Yummy food and a unique experience what with the convection burner mounted into the table. The language skills of the staff made for a feeling of being on vacation while still in town. Hee. All adding to the fun.
This place was hard to find at night due to not having an actual lighted sign. The ordering process was convoluted, with no instructions. they have multiple menus one is pre-printed the other is a sheet with boxes you're supposed to check. Once you understand...More
Friendly, helpful waiter. Very clean restaurant. I like spice and the medium broth made me sweat! Might go lighter next time. For a couples date this could be fun but expensive. It was $40 which included a 20% tip. Broth, meat,rice or noodles, and each...More
This restaurant has induction cook top inserted into the table. You order the meats, vegetables, noodles, rice, etc from a menu that you cook in a pot of broth at the table. You can choose up to two types of broth for the pot which...More