From Our Editors
At Seasons Hot Pot, a group of friends will be served with individual hot pot in which a delicious broth picked by the choice of customer lightly simmers. The diners enjoy cooking their meals by submerging thin sliced meat, veggies and many other food selections into steaming pot and stirring them. When the meat and veggies are tender, they are dipped in sauce before eating. And the group puts the finishing touches on their savory brew with unique extras like sweet potato noodles or rice.
This is a quintessential scene at Seasons Hot Pot—families and friends mingling over sizzling pots of soup, tacking on fresh, interesting ingredients, like fish cakes and tofu puffs, as they please. And, it's also an homage to the hot pot's Chinese origins, as it is a dish that was designed to bring people together over comforting, home-style food.
Hotpot, a stew of variety of fresh ingredients cook in a metal pot, has captured the essence of home-style Asian cooking in a charming and refreshingly comfortable way. In Asian culture, hot pot is not just food, but also contain a lot of connotation that show how family should be unite with each other by gathering around the metal pot. It is one of the unique historic cuisine that has passed down from generation to generation.