Our food philosophy 2018-06-06T09:25:06+00:00


Hot Pot is located at Wardour Street’s Chinese gate into Chinatown.

Our restaurant is elegantly decorated in neutral tones with botanical-inspired wall coverings contrasting with the subtle metallic sheen of darker woven panels, accented by antique mirrors, polished-brass palm wall-lights, crackle-glazed jade tiles and linen table lamps.

Our aim is to provide our diners with a relaxed and comfortable environment in which to enjoy their meal at a leisurely pace, allowing friends and family to create and share lasting memories.

Our Seating

We can accomodate large groups.

Our 4,500 square foot restaurant covers two floors with 148 covers focused on seating for larger groups. Booths for up to 4 and tables for 6, 8 and 10, together with a private dining room for 8 define Hot Pot’s ethos of encouraging family and friends to gather around the pot to create, celebrate and socialise.

Larger tables feature multiple burners to offer groups a variety of broths.

The Philosophy of Hot Pot

To create and celebrate good and lasting memories.

Hot Pot has always been a coming together for people of all ages – a cheerful activity that allows family and friends to gather around the pot and create, celebrate and socialise.

Eating together in large groups naturally enriches bonding, but sharing in the cooking can take that bonding to a deeper level. Cooking together involves teamwork, planning, experimentation and risk, leaving groups with a sense of shared satisfaction and achievement, and lasting memories.