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Little Hot Pot

Map & Directions 15920 N.E. Eighth St.
Bellevue, WA 98008
  • Chinese
  • Sun, Sat 11am-12am, Mon-Fri 11am-10pm
  • MasterCard, Visa, check
  • Wheelchair Accessible
  • Dinner, Lunch
  • Beer/Wine
  • Not Accepted, Accepted
  • Lot Available


Seattle Weekly's Description

Ordering at Little Hot Pot, the first Washington branch of a Mongolian chain, turns out to be like taking the Scientology personality quiz—only you're given stir-fried peanuts and pickled radish while you check off boxes, instead of creepy smiles and Dianetics books. First you select the broth (the half-and-half pot lets you try both), then haggle over which of the 70-some ingredients you want to cook at your table: sheets of thinly slice beef or lamb, cartoon-like baby cuttlefish, pea tips and chrysanthemum greens, cloud ear mushrooms, jiggly tapioca noodles. The milky "mild" broth smells like a cross between an acupuncturist's office and a spice drawer, while wilder smells (cinnamon, cumin, galangal) waft up from the spicy side, whose surface is deliciously, dangerously coated in red oil.

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  • Gypsy R. on 10/30/10

    I bring a couple of ziplock soup containers with me so I can bring the left over soup home. It's wonderful with noodles the next day!

  • Justin on 10/08/11

    Spicy means SPICY!

  • David on 08/30/10

    I love the scallion pancakes; you can ask for sauces with your hotpot but you probably won't need them due to the wonderful broth

  • Chris H. on 04/14/12

    They told us they were closing after today. Glad we made it in time.

  • Francine L. on 10/13/11

    Do yourself a favor and go to the mongolian hot pot instead. Very slow service.

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