Lan Ting in Sunset Park offers $21 all-you-can-eat hot pot with eight different base broths (like kimchi, pig bone, tomato, and herbs), as well as the option to add unlimited BBQ. Their hot pots come with dividers so it’s easy to keep track of cooking time, and you can request two different broths. Unlike some AYCE hot pot places, there’s no dessert included on Lan Ting’s menu, but they do serve bubble tea and a bunch of other juices.
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