Hotpot Hotspots

Hong Kong

Hotpot has a regal facet to its history that can be traced back to the era of the Zhou and Qing dynasties. This cooking style has become a regular part of family traditions, gathering everyone on the table over a bubbling bowl of soup with seemingly endless choices of meat, vegetables, and seasonings. While customers often flock hotpot hotspots during winter, the growing number of restaurants that offer this dish proves it's a favorite among locals regardless of the weather. Cure your craving for some steaming hotpot at these restos!

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Megan's Kitchen

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Hong Kong, China • Recommendation • 

Experience a Cantonese-style hot pot adventure when you visit Megan's Kitchen in Wan Chai. This restaurant is famed for its delicious homemade soups like tomato and crab soup in souffle finish, tom yum cappuccino, and fresh lobster borsch soup. All the ingredients used here are fresh and tasty, giving you a warm feeling all over with every bite. They also serve vegetarian dumplings here for some guilt-free hotpot!

  • +852 2866 8305
  • HK Hong Kong Island, 5/F Lucky Centre, 165-171 Wan Chai Rd, Wan Chai, Hong Kong

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Ying Kee Hotpot Seafood Restaurant

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Hong Kong, China • Recommendation • 

Ying Kee is known to its diners for serving authentic hotpots. Upon entering the restaurant, you'll be greeted by tanks upon tanks of live seafood, guaranteeing the quality and freshness of the ingredients that go in your order. Reserve a seat and enjoy a menu featuring exotic meats like pork intestine, fish liver, goose intestine, and more.

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Sichuan Lab 川流

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Hong Kong, China • Recommendation • 

Experience Sichuan-style hotpot when you head to Wan Chai. Sichuan Lab serves up hotpot specialties like Cold Pot Fish Head with frog meat or indulge in Braised Duck with minced konjac, Sichuan mixed chilies, and tea-seed oil. For a more memorable dining experience, finish it off with creamy Soft Bean Curd topped with Sichuan traditional brown sugar.

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Him Kee Hot Pot 謙記火鍋

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Hong Kong, China • Recommendation • 

If you find yourself in Causeway Bay, make a stop at Him Kee Hotpot for a hearty hotpot. The restaurant has become popular with diners for the variety of flavorful ingredients—from fish skin, pork, vegetables, beef, and even oysters. For a surefire hit, order their homemade fish balls and dumplings to go with their belly-warming hotpot.

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616 Hotpot

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Hong Kong, China • Recommendation • 

A prime destination for anyone who's on a budget, 616 Hot Pot offers some good Beef Hotpot that won’t break the bank. When you try their delicious beef, you even have a say on which part you want to try! Taste-wise, their soups are bursting with plenty of flavors. The serving here is always enough to sate your hunger, so be prepared to come back for more.

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Big Boil's Club

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Hong Kong, China • Recommendation • 

Find comfort when you indulge in Big Boil Club's traditional hotpots when you’re at North Point. The chowder bases set them apart from other restaurants, with soups like spicy Sichuan or pickled cabbage and beef broth. Enjoy the rich flavors of Big Boil's hotpot with assorted ingredients like handmade cuttlefish with scallop, Kagoshima Kurobuta pork, and many more.

  • +852 2331 3838
  • Marble Garden Block 1, Marble Rd, North Point, Hong Kong

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Nabe One

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Hong Kong, China • Recommendation • 

Experience the flavor of Japanese hotpot, buffet-style, when you dine in Causeway Bay's Nabe One. Delight yourself in their yummy frozen yogurt, bottomless drinks, and a variety of ingredients. Add their fresh meat and vegetables into your soup base for a contrasting mix of sweet and savory flavors. This restaurant is also a great brunch spot for herbivores, as they offer a wide selection of vegetarian-friendly options. From delicious noodles, premium beef, veggie meatballs, and chicken, Nabe One will undoubtedly be stamped in your memory.

  • +852 2368 0888
  • 1 樓, 32-34 Argyle Street, 32 Lock Rd, Tsim Sha Tsui, Hong Kong

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Hot Pot Hero

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Hong Kong, China • Recommendation • 

This restaurant puts a modern twist on hotpots by offering a classic Chongqing flavor in their hot pot menu. A branch of Sichuan Cuisine, a Chongqing-style dish usually boasts a strong tangy flavor with a smack of spiciness. Sample Hot Pot Hero's yummy bases like Spicy Hero Pot, House Herbal Pot, or the House Seafood Pot. They also have veggie options for the more health-conscious diners. Aside from an impressive list of vegetables and meat, the restaurant also lets you make your own sauce mix with various blends of spices available!

  • +852 2693 1128
  • 3/F, Kyoto Plaza, 491-499 Lockhart Rd, Causeway Bay, Hong Kong

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Budaoweng Hotpot Cuisine

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Hong Kong, China • Recommendation • 

Enjoy a magnificent view of Tsim Sha Tsui while having a delightful hotpot dinner in Budaoweng. This restaurant’s rates are leaning on the pricey side, but their delicious meals are enough to make up for it. Don't miss the mouth-watering two-flavor soup base with beef, clam scallops, and king prawn dumplings.

  • +852 3526 0918
  • Sino Cheer Plaza, 23-29 Jordan Rd, Yau Ma Tei, Hong Kong

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The Drunken Pot

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Hong Kong, China • Recommendation • 

Chic interiors, homey ambiance, and yummy hotpots make the Drunken Pot a go-to place for hungry Hong Kongers. They offer signature soup bases best enjoyed with crispy cheese sausages, crab sticks, and black pepper beef balls. Reinvention is the Drunken Pot's philosophy when it comes to hotpot and they have many other specialties to prove it. Go and taste for yourself!

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