Daguan Noodle in Chinatown has an interesting twist on hot pot: you pick out a type of noodle (we prefer the rice), a broth flavor (they’re all very good), and some sort of meat (meat’s always nice). You’ll receive your noodles, meat, and broth separately, with a bunch of tiny dishes of various veggies and mix-ins. Then it’s the servers who toss all the ingredients into the boiling broth in front of you. So it’s like hot pot, but without the crushing fear of overcooking everything.
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