Hot pot (火锅 huǒguō /hwor-gwor/ ‘fire-pot’) has been enjoyed in China since at least the Han dynasty (206 BCE – 220 CE)

Hot pot (火锅 huǒguō /hwor-gwor/ ‘fire-pot’) has been enjoyed in China since at least the Han dynasty (206 BCE – 220 CE), and by the time of the Qing Dynasty (1644 – 1912 CE), even Chinese emperors were enjoying the dish.  It is even said that the sixth Qing emperor, known as the Qianlong Emperor, would have hot pot for nearly every meal. More than 1,500 hot pots were said to be served at a banquet hosted by the Jiaqing Emperor (r. 1796 – 1820 CE) at his coronation.

 

Hot pot, as a traditional Chinese folk dish, can be found throughout China. There are different styles of hot pot with differently flavored broths in China, from a spicy hot pot in Sichuan, seafood-based hot pot in Guangdong, instant-boiled lamb hot pot in Beijing, to sauerkraut hot pot in northeastern China, stewed sheep hot pot in Henan, and mutton hot pot in Hong Kong.

 

No matter what your preference is, hot pot has something to interest you.

 

Hot Pot dining experience located in the heart of Las Vegas. Our unique hot pot accentuates the nutritious elements of many different kinds of food. We have gone to great lengths to choose out the finest fresh cut meats, the most exquisite fresh seafood and organic vegetables that can be consumed raw or simmered to your liking. Pour your own individuality into the pot.

 

Create a meal to remember. Let’s introduce your taste buds a new level of quality flavor. At Hot Pot Vegas, our menu is ordered a la carte with a variety of options available for many items. In addition to our hot pot specialty, we have other delicious options whether you’re here for lunch or dinner. It’s a rich combination of flavors your taste buds will savor.

 

Visit us today for a unique cooking experience!