Best Hot Pot Places in Taipei

Hot pot comes in all kinds of flavors and price points in Taipei and here is a list of hot pot places you should try.

The News Lens
Date: 2017/09/03

For Taiwanese people, hot pot can be a daily staple no matter the season. Some even say that eating hot pot is one of the most intimate ways for people to share a meal and almost intuitive choice of food when dining with friends.

In Taiwan, there are nearly five thousand restaurants serving a variety of hot pots at a wide range of price points. Different styles of hot pot include shabu-shabu, mala spicy hot pot, mutton hot pot, and stinky tofu hot pot, just to name a few. Some restaurants also have their own signature sauce and specialty dish.

A well-known Japanese way of eating hot pot is to pour rice into the rich broth at the end of the meal, crack a fresh egg inside and sprinkle some scallion over — a new bowl of deliciousness. “Eating hot pot is just like cooking. You can be as creative and spontaneous as you please,” reads a section in “Good Eye Taipei,” a new bilingual Taipei city guide.   [FULL  STORY]

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