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Tasty Hot Pot On A Cool Evening

FROM WESTERN TO EASTERN.... The three of us went to Tasty Hot Pot, a Taiwanese eatery near our place.  I have been there once before but not my sister's Filipino friend, this was her first time visit to this place and like us, we were looking forward to our evening's dinner at this place....

We ordered two hot pots to share among us..... 
To be on the safe side, we ordered a mild spicy pot....
If too spicy, our tongues would be numb!
The pot consists of noodles, lots of beef among some vegetables...
I suggested ordering a vegan pot.... non-meat.... 
This is what I like!
No flames... that is why it is called hot pot....
Must be burning hot in this stand.... 
And the side condiments to go with the hot pot.... 
For a side dish, we were recommended these Cajun Fried Chicken Wings....
Yes, very well recommended... they are so crunchy and tasty!
A very scrumptious and hot dinner..... 
Total bill came to around $55.... 
We love it... we plan to come again some day...
One fine day... 


Comments

  1. No fire? So it was not simmering/boiling the whole time? I would love a deeper bowl with a lot more soup - usually, the soup in these things is so sweet, so delicious. Ya, same here - non-spicy for me too, simple but refreshing and super sweet clear soup.

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    1. We have a Tasty Hotpot in Sibu but we had something dry...AND spicy there. The ladies loved it, I was just ok with it.
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  2. It all looks delicious! I wish I could have tasted it!

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  3. The two hop pots loaded with ingredients must be so very tasty! Yes, friend chicken wings are always good as side orders!

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  4. I prefer the vegan hotpot as well! Is that a big tomato?

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  5. Nice to share around. But my attention is on the fried chicken wings. Hehehe

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