Little Sheep is a hot pot place in Chinatown. It’s fun to sit around a bubbling pot of hot broth, and cook all sorts of sides inside of it. The meat servings are huge, so bring a lot people if you’re hoping to mix and match. Whether you like hot pot because you enjoy pretending you’re a Bond villain slowly lowering his enemies into a deadly vat of acid, or you just like broth-soaked quail eggs, Little Sheep is a place you should check out.
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