Feeling like hot pot? Lucky for you, Vancouver has some great spots to enjoy a feast. Check out the best hot pot spots in the city to curb that craving.
Best Hot Pot Feasts In Vancouver
Little Sheep Mongolian Hot Pot
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A Mongolian chain that whips up some tasty eats. Diners can cook their meat and vegetables in broth right at their table. Get mutton skewers, beef skewers, grilled cuttlefish skewers and much more. You can get a selected beef and mutton platter for $16.99 or an assorted seafood platter for $18.99. Check it out at 1788 West Broadway.
Nabebugyo Hot Pot
A casual restaurant with create your own Shabu-Shabu. Dig into Kimchi, Sukiyaki or their Thai coconut soup. One thing is for sure, you won’t leave this place hungry. Get sliced beef or pork for $5 and a vegetable plate for $6. Udon and Ramen noodles cost $2.50 and adding a raw egg is $0.75 extra. Stop by 3190 Cambie Street to grab a bite.
Landmark Hot Pot House
Hit up this Chinese restaurant to fulfill all your hot pot needs. Whether you want spicy chicken, curry squid, beef brisket, sesame jellyfish—they’ve got a little bit of everything. For assorted meatballs, it costs $18.30, fresh fish dumplings go for $10.25 and chicken wings are $14.50. They’re located at 4023 Cambie Street.
YuShang Hot Pot
This spot has an awesome selection of meat and vegetables. Wagyu being one of the favourites, along with a sauce station and a variety of soups. Get deep-fried buns for $4.95, Thai spicy chicken feet for $5.95 or their special duck with fermented soy beans for $9.95. Whet your appetite at 950 West Broadway.
This place is so popular, they have locations in California and Washington. Stop by their Vancouver location for their house special hot soup with sliced pork and tofu, Korean bean paste, milk cream curry or Taiwanese spicy hot soup with instant noodles, tempura, clams, fish balls and sliced beef. Get their Korean bean paste dinner special for $14.95 or their Taiwanese spicy lunch dish for $17.75. Check it out at 4148 Main Street.
Grand Chinese Hot Pot
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Most value for money AYCE hot pot in Vancouver that I know so far. It’s delicious and the options are decent. The Soup (herbal is non spicy) is just a tad salty though. . . #nofilter #hotpot #steamboat #vancouver #herbalsoup #ayce #allyoucaneat #yummilicious #valueformoney
Get all you can eat meat balls, veggie, fish tofu, squid, shrimp, sliced lamb and much more. They have a wide selection of hot pot soups, including Szechuan, Thai style hot and sour soup and pickled radish and duck soup. For their all-you-can-eat menu, it costs $17.98 per guest or $11.98 for a child. Find them at 6967 Victoria Drive.
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