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Finding the best Hot pot spots in Seattle can take way too long. These results are brought to you by Feastfox, with insights from the Yelp and Google ratings for 4854 Seattle restaurants, 1095134 reviews, and 1116 top lists and articles from the likes of Hoodline and Serious Eats. The restaurants you see have been featured in Hoodline - The 5 best Cantonese spots in Seattle, Serious Eats - 8 Best Sichuanese Restaurants in Seattle and Hoodline - The 5 best Szechuan spots in Seattle. If it’s on the list, we’ve checked and verified that the restaurant is still open and will showcase any updated hours and services you need to be aware of. Feastfox gets no payment from the restaurants we show, so you can trust what you see. The ten options above are the best of Seattle Hot pot.
When considering how to best enjoy your tofu puffs, we would highlight how well a glass of Champagne complements the dish as it helps cut through the oiliness of tofu.
Experts suggest pairing a seafood hot pot with a glass of Sauvignon Blanc, a popular white wine.
Mongols is widely recognized as the first person to ever make the now-famous hot pot.
Making hot pot, often paired with assortment of sliced ingredient, is a long-held tradition in China.
One of the typical drinks in China is sour plum tea, a drink made with sour plums, herbs, involving a process of smoking the plums.
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