This Chinese restaurant has been around for a few years, yet it has changed name and style over time. Since the end of September it is now the Liu’s and it’s more popular than ever – you might consider calling in for a reservation.
Hot pot, 火锅 (huǒguō, is a composition of “fire” + “pot”) in Chinese, is a popular way of boiling raw ingredients at your table. There are also vegetarian versions but the original is with slices of meat along vegetables. One pot feeds two people, especially if you order an additional dish with it. And you can choose two different soups to boil your choice in since their hot pots are yin yang shaped.
In China 海底捞 (Hǎidǐlāo) is probably the most praised hot pot chain, however I think the Liu family can keep up with them. Delicious soup, my favorites: the spicy one and the really tasty beef stock one, but also great dumplings or tofu dishes are waiting for you at Liu’s.