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Create, celebrate and socialize.

Hot Pot is a sociable activity that allows family and friends to gather together around the pot to celebrate the tradition of sharing, the tradition of Hot Pot. 

With over 150 Hot Pot branches in Thailand, Cambodia and Vietnam we bring to you expertise with our first Hot Pot in the heart of London.

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Our restaurant specialises in Hot Pot or “Steamboat” and we also serve delicious South-east Asian cuisine focusing on Chinese, Thai and Japanese: Hot Pot is one of the most popular meals in Asia. And guess what? It’s not the chefs in the kitchen who get to have fun with the cooking: it’s you. Simply order your meat, seafood and vegetables of choice, and it’s brought over to you for you to boil and cook in the centre of your table.

The old saying goes: ‘If you want something done right, then do it yourself.’ Hot Pot is a great way to socialize and it’s very Healthy with lots of bone nutrients! Keep yourself warm, fit and healthy with a Hot Pot!

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The meal should be enjoyed at a leisurely pace, allowing friends and family to create and share lasting memories. In view of this, we do not enforce restricted table times or limit group numbers. We also offer private hiring and dining experiences for large groups. Please contact us for more information.  


All of our broths are made fresh in-house every day.

We serve British free-range meat, sustainably sourced fish and shellfish, and a mix of freshly delivered Asian and British vegetables.


Fresh broths are rich in minerals that support the immune system and contain healing compounds.

As your food is boiled rather than fried, Hot Pot is a healthy option. Eating food cooked at higher temperatures also warms the body and improves blood circulation.

1. Choose your broth

Your server will bring your chosen broth to your table.

Please wait for it to boil.

2. Prepare your sauce

Choose from our wide selection of ingredients to eat with your cooked ingredients.

You are invited to visit the sauce station as many times as you wish.

3. Cook your ingredients

Cook your chosen ingredients in your broth until cooked to your satisfaction.

If you wish to eat the ingredients together, make sure to cook those that take the longest first.

4. Time to dip

Now dip your cooked food into your own tailored sauces.

Experiment with our many options.

5. Try your broth as soup

Your broth will become flavoured during your meal.

When you find the flavour has developed, try adding noodles and enjoy your enriched broth as a soup.