This could be the noisiest restaurant you've ever eaten in. Just across the road from the Tibet Hotel, it's large, popular and crowded, serving huge wokfuls of dark red oily hotpot sauce laced with industrial quantities of fiery chili and lip-tingling Sichuan pepper. If you're not used to having your mouth anaesthetized by Sichuan pepper choose the unspiced House Special White Hotpot, or hedge your bets and order the double-flavoured hotpot which gives you a choice of both.
There's a wide variety of meats and veg. to cook in your hotpot and an English menu which can be correlated to the Chinese one. Take your pick from, among more conventional offerings, 'pork aorta', 'grassland hairy belly', 'lung slice' and 'duck blood curds'.
None of this costs a lot, it's all fresh, and waiting staff are happy to help you negotiate the menu and operate the gas burner which keeps your wok bubbling. A true taste of Chengdu and a lot of fun into the bargain.
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