Blog Posts - Hot Pot



Home Style Shabu-shabu

I've been feeling a little under the weather lately. I got colds but I couldn't fully rest because we just moved out from our old flat to a new location which is a little far from my office. I had so much things to unbox and clean. My body isn't so m...
by Pinoy Tsibog on Jun 23, 2016

Homemade Shabu-shabu

I've been feeling a little under the weather lately. I got colds but I couldn't fully rest because we just moved out from our old flat to a new location which is a little far from my office. I had so much things to unbox and clean. My body isn't so m...
by Pinoy Tsibog on Jun 23, 2016

Rosanjin Japanese Restaurant: An Intro to Kaminabe & Tobanyaki

Although I've always been out with my love for Japanese cuisine, there are still a lot I've yet to learn. And I'm sure glad I got to experience a new type of Japanese food a few weeks ago, all thanks to Rosanjin Japanese Restaurant.Located at SM Mega...
by The Purple Doll on Sep 26, 2015

Old-School Charcoal Steamboat in Penang at Goh Huat Seng

What does a steamboat have to do with eating? Check out that photo above, doesn’t that look like the chimney of a steamboat? The only difference: one pushes a boat in water, the other cooks food in water. There’s a restaurant in Penang c...
by Migrationology on Aug 3, 2015

Meet The Manufacturer: #1690: Wugudaochang Sour Bamboo Shoot & Beef In Hot Pot Flavor Noodles

Today we wind up the Wugudaochang Meet The Manufacturer. It’s really been great to try these new flavors and varieties from China in the last few days! I think I have learned a little more about the flavor profiles that are popular in Chinese c...
by The Ramen Rater on Jun 6, 2015

Meet The Manufacturer: #1682: Wugudaochang Sour Bamboo Shoot & Beef In Hot Pot Flavor Noodles

I’ve had beef hot pot before and really liked it quite a bit. Hot pot a lot of the time consists of a pot and a little gas burner. In the pot is broth and vegetables – you add meat or fish that cooks in the pot quickly and lends the fat t...
by The Ramen Rater on May 29, 2015

Little Tokyo Series: Japanese Favorites at Izakaya Kikufuji

Okay, so this is embarrassing. I started the Little Tokyo Series back in 2012, and have put it to indefinite status right after. I've been meaning to go back to the complex for more great Japanese eats, but I always unintentionally find reason to del...
by The Purple Doll on Dec 30, 2014

Sichuan Hot Pot Set for 2

Hot Pot meal is good for people who enjoy spending time around the dining table. It is relaxing and fun, however keeps you busy though in doing the cooking yourself.Over the Easter holidays, I found a Sichuan restaurant with attractive holiday lunch...
by Hong Kong Food Blog on May 22, 2014

Foodie Throwback Part 2!

It’s the second part of our Foodie Throwback post where we look back and reminisce with some of my old Asian foodie adventures, so let’s begin! :) First off, is David’s Tea House where I got to experience a nice hot-pot meal with m...

Eat Here Now: Roy Choi's POT in Koreatown

Pot from Kogi BBQ's Roy Choi was one of the most anticipated restaurant openings recently, and it does not disappoint. The restaurant inside Koreatown's Line Hotel showcases Roy's Korean heritage with hot pot dishes, other Korean favorite...
by Gourmet Pigs on Apr 2, 2014

Back for more JPOT

Visit my website @ http://shirleylye12.wix.com/princessmicI am always a fan of hot pots and no particular reason why. I love them on rainy days especially and it really keeps me warm after that. This is the second time i been to JPOT @ vivo and...
by PrincessMic's Diary on Feb 21, 2014

Cooking class in Saigon

A cooking class in Ho Chi Minh City - the last post in my Vietnam series.
by vegeTARAian on Dec 30, 2013

Koko Buri: House of Rising Chicken Now in The Fort

There may have been a lot of chicken places in the metro, but any-way chicken is something I'll never ever get enough of. So when I got invited to try out the newly-opened Koko Buri in Forum South Global at Bonifacio Global City, I knew better not to...
by The Purple Doll on Dec 10, 2013

Dinner at Golden Sea City Restaurant: Snake Soup Starter!

Wendy’s parents recommended this restaurant for a recent family dinner since it’s one of her and Wendy’s favourite dim sum spots (see Wendy’s review here –sad to say that apparently they no longer have the food carts tho...
by Eat 'n About on Dec 5, 2013

HOW DO YOU SAY GOODBYE TO MALAYSIA?

Prayer Pavilion, Khoo kongsi, George Town, Penang After three years, two months and a few more weeks,  how do you say goodbye to the most unforgettable days of your life? How do you say goodbye to the country who welcomed you with open arms, despite...

Ganso-Shabuway: New Menu Items at Shangri-la 's East Wing

Before the month of July ended, I received an invitation to try Ganso-Shabuway at Shangri-la Plaza's new East Wing. I'm generally not a big fan of shabu-shabu, but I decided to give it a try. Little did I know, this visit isn't really to sample their...
by The Purple Doll on Aug 4, 2013

NaruOne, Sydney CBD

This fried chicken will make the Colonel weep. NaruOne's fried chicken with spring onion Move over KFC, the new wave of Korean Fried Chicken is ready to take Sydney by the storm. NaruOne is the new most-talked highlighted joint recently. Locate...
by Irene's Getting Fat! on Jul 30, 2013

Rat Meat Sold As Lamb In China

If you have ordered lamb or mutton for hotpot in Shanghai over the last four years, you might have been served rat, fox or mink, the Ministry of Public Security said on Thursday. “Since 2009, the suspect, surnamed Wei, has bought foxes, minks, rats...
by 365naijanews on May 3, 2013

Passover-friendly Tori Tsukune Nabe

When my friend Tori, the genius behind The Shiksa in the Kitchen, asked if I would be willing to contribute to her Passover Potluck 2013, I knew I wanted to bring something Japanese to the table.  This is easier said than done, however, due to the s...
by La Fuji Mama on Mar 27, 2013


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