Memoir is a stall in the Richland Center food court in Chinatown. It’s a build-your-own dry hot pot situation, and the Szechuan flavors happening here are incredible. They’ll hand you a bucket to pick what you want in your stir fry (with things like rice cakes, noodles, meat, seafood, and veggies), and whatever you hand them will come back as a delicious and perfectly cooked platter of food. You can let them know the level of heat you want, and they’ll give you some rice to balance it out.
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