There aren’t a ton of options for hot pot in Miami, but Brickell’s Da Tang Zhen Wei is a great choice. The Chinese restaurant is located in the lobby of an old Brickell condo, and it’s got the kind of ridiculous decor that makes us smile instead of cringe. There’s a robot standing by the entrance. The walls are red and gold and there’s not one square inch of this place you won’t want to stare at. The best part, though, is the food. They serve personal hot pots here - you just pick a broth and order various seafood, sliced meat, noodles, and veggies to dip into your own little cauldron.
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