Monday, October 29, 2012

Boiling Point Hot Pot

This past Saturday I went to Boiling Point Restaurant, which is a Taiwanese hot pot place! I had expected a pot of soup and raw ingredients that you dip into the soup yourself and cook. But instead, I was pleased to see that they give you little stovetops with the pot filled with soup and already all the ingredients cooking right there! You can adjust the spicy levels which is great! And you can add on as much toppings as you want for extra charge of course.
Here is the website with their menu and pictures!

Above: House Special Soup. Tiny SpicyNappa Cabbage, Fermented Tofu, Pork Sliced, Enoki Mushroom, Kamaboko, Meatball, Clam, Quail Egg, Pork Blood, Pork Intestine, Green Nira, Salty Veggies, Tomato. It was delicious! It had fermented tofu AKA Stinky tofu.. Not good for my taste unless you like it haha

My Bf ordered: Beef hot soup. Medium Spicy (spicy but manageable) Nappa Cabbage, Vermicelli, Beef Sliced, Enoki Mushroom, Tomato, Firm Tofu, Tempura, Corn, Meatball, Kamaboko, Fired Tofu Skin, Imitation Crabstick

He also ordered ramen as an add - on!


Here is what it looked like with the little stove tops! All these come with a bowl of rice. And there are 3 sauces: chili oil, soy sauce, fermented bean sauce

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