What’s in a Hot Pot?
A hot pot is an East Asian casserole of meats and vegetables simmering over a fire at the center of the dining table. Here at Seoul Hot Pot, the broth is delicious by itself and flavors all the ingredients one throws into it. The restaurant offers a variety of sliced meats – pork, beef, chicken, or all of them and let them simmer for a while.
Later on, you can put in leafy vegetables, seafood, mushrooms, tofu, or even egg dumplings. Some would like noodles added for a good measure of carbohydrates. Surely, nobody at the table would be complaining especially when one’s choice of dipping sauce is eaten with the meal.
A Simple Rule of Hot Pot
A hot pot held at one’s own home or at Seoul Hot Pot in Bellevue is a social event of sorts. Friends and family hot pot only with people they like. Considering what they’ll all eat is coming from a shared pot, emotional bonding is inevitable. Part of the excitement is wondering how the meal is going to turn out considering the variety of ingredients each person around the table would like to have.
Someone might discover that even if not a cook, he or she can contribute to a hot pot. Or that someone would realize that such and such an ingredient goes well with another.
Here at Seoul Hot Pot, the excellent and professional service of its wait staff gives added value to a memorable event.