Submitted Thursday, March 6, 2008 - 12:19am [Dine in]
Agreed with the other posts, you can't go wrong with ~$20 per person after tax. The food quality is consistent, and you get a lot of varieties of food to choose from. It's by far one of the best AYCE hot pot restaurants in Richmond. Service is ok, as the servers are always busy. If you plan to go there during weekends, remember to call ahead of time!!! Or else you probably won't get a table unless you want to wait for 1 - 2 hours.
Was this review helpful? 0 / 5 users found this review helpful.
Submitted Thursday, March 6, 2008 - 12:14am [Dine in]
It's hard to notice this small restaurant as it is located in a relatively quiet richmond mall. However, this restaurant is great for those who crave for hotpot, especially if you can handle spicy food.
Ambiance - I will give it a 2 but to be honest there is not much ambiance in this restaurant (it's clean and that's about it).
Service - The only server in the restaurant also happens to be the owner. He's quiet at times but you definitely can't complain.
Food - I won't say the quality of food is top notch, but you get what you paid for. $30 for a 2-person meal is a good deal, since it's free for the specialty sauce (soy, spice, green onions, cilantro + other sauce that I you just mix them up and you won't regret it). You get 2 plates of lamb, 2 veggie, 1 choice of soy products, 1 choice of meatball and a plate of dumplings. Overall it's a good restaurant to visit if you are craving for hot pot and spicy food.
Was this review helpful? 1 / 1 users found this review helpful.