October 03, 2022

LIST: Hot Pot Restaurants in Pasay Worth Visiting During ‘Ber Months

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  • There’s no question Pasay City is a place where people like to dine in groups, so it only makes sense that hot pot restaurants would be big there. Hovering around a pot of your choice of broth, customers patiently wait as thinly sliced strips of pork and beef, tofu, seafood balls, dumplings, mushrooms, bean sprouts, and many more are being simmered to perfection. Since most of these ingredients only take seconds to cook, it tempers the diners’ anticipation of digging in and enjoying a rich, flavorful, steaming bowl of goodness. And that is why, my friends, hot pot is arguably the ultimate communal dish!

    From traditional to contemporary and everything in between, these restaurants offers some of the best, soul-warming hot pots you can find in the city right now.

    Four Seasons Buffet & Hotpot – MoA

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    Boasting a spacious dining space and modern interiors, Four Seasons Buffet & Hotpot is a popular restaurant for families and friends alike. It has private rooms which are great for meetings and intimate gatherings. Aside from hot pot featuring a smorgasbord of ingredients and a number of soup bases, the place also offers eat-all-you-can items such as roast beef and chicken as well as drinks, dessert and beer. Enjoy their buffet for Php 838+ for weekdays and Php 938+ for weekends and holidays.

    Four Seasons Buffet & Hotpot is located at SM Mall of Asia, San Mig by the Bay, Building E, Seaside Boulevard, Pasay City. For inquiries and reservations, call 02-8845-4647. Check it out on Facebook and Instagram.

    Tong Yang Plus

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    Considered the largest grill and hot pot chain in the country with branches all over the country, Tong Yang Plus diners will definitely enjoy a wide variety of ingredients in a buffet setup. Each table is set with a grill and hot pot, and they can cook the ingredients however they like. Aside from unlimited grilled goodies and hot pot, the chain offers free-flowing non-alcoholic drinks and beer and eat-all-you-can hot dishes and desserts. Indulge in its offerings for Php 738+ on weekdays and Php 788+ on weekends and holidays.

    Tong Yang – MoA is located at 1/F, North Wing Entertainment Mall, SM Mall of Asia, Pasay. For bookings, call 02-8845-4647/0917-654-3888. Follow, like, and subscribe Tong Yang out on Facebook and Instagram.

    Good Luck Hotpot

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    Good Luck Hotpot is a 24/7 restaurant that serves everything from premium beef, pork, and seafood. You can build your own bowl and make it as spicy as you’d like. Choose from nine different types of flavorful soup in varying levels of spiciness along with plates of sliced meats, vegetables, noodles and other cook-it-yourself goodies to plunge into the simmering broth. Rates start at Php 5,288 for two.

    Visit Good Luck Hot Pot at G/F NexGen Tower EDSA Extension, C-4 Road, Pasay City. For inquiries and reservations, call 0950-461-8888. Check it out on Facebook and Instagram.

    Li Garden Hot Pot Kitchen

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    Located along Macapagal Blvd, Li Garden Hot Pot Kitchen is considered a hot pot institution. Diners can choose between 10 kinds of soup including the fiery mapo soup and the traditional medicinal soup—topped off with meats, noodles, dumplings, and vegetables. On top of that, the restaurant also serves rice meals and a la carte items.

     Li Garden Hot Pot Kitchen is located at Unit 110, Ground Floor, MetLive Mall, Macapagal Blvd. cor. EDSA Ext., Brgy. 76, Pasay City. For inquiries and reservations, contact 0919-073-6624 / 8635-8888. You may follow it on Facebook.

    ONE POT

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    Lovers of spicy broths and meat offcuts such as beef tripe, duck intestine, and pork kidney are in for a treat at this all-you-can-eat hot pot restaurant, where portions are large and and the prices are affordable! Aside from these goodies, ONE POT also offers a wide range of add-ons like meat balls, premium seafood, and different kinds of noodles. Chinese beer are also available here. The bone broth and spicy broth combo is highly recommended. Rates start at Php 888/person.

    ONE POT can be found at G/F SMDC Shore Residence, Mall of Asia Complex, Pasay. For inquiries and reservations, contact 0915-590-3777. Like and follow it on Facebook.

    Bijin Nabe by Tsukada Nojo

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    Home of the Golden Collagen chicken stock, Bijin Nabe by Tsukada Nojo only uses high-quality Miyazaki chickens in its soup stock. In it goes fresh veggies, seafood, and chicken to create the ultimate hot pot: Bijin Nabe. While the place does not have all-you-can-eat, the hot pot is pretty fantastic and worth the experience. It also serves appetizing Japanese treats, from chicken nanban to egg pudding, as well as teas, sochu, and sake.

    Visit Bijin Nabe by Tsukada Nojo at 2/F S’ Maison, Conrad Hotel, Mall of Asia Complex, Pasay. For inquiries and reservations, call 0915-593-3844. Check it out on Facebook and Instagram.

                 
               
               
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