Who knew you could karaoke and eat Chinese at once. Only negative is they don't like you dancing on the tables. A must do experience. Food is great too.
K “Game of life girl”
The hot pot experience is so awesome, I find myself craving it. I love that I get to pick the ingredients from the menu to create my own dish, and the experience of cooking the hot pot really adds to the vibe.
It's definitely a child friendly restaurant, and there's often large family groups enjoying the food. It can get pretty loud in there, so if you have sensory issues, I would suggest picking a quieter time to visit. The overall vibe is very casual and unpretentious, though, and it's definitely worth the experience to go at least once.
Went in for a hotpot and it was as expected with a Chinese hotpot. Let down as there is no chicken in the list of items. Beef, fish, shrimps, tofu, mushrooms and a few regular items were good as usual. The soup base of hot and sour and chicken were perfect. Also a bit pricey for $48 per person. At this price, they could have added a BBQ grill as well then it would be better.
The food is great and the atmosphere once the karaoke starts is amazing!
The only issue with us was that one person in our group specifically ordered a gluten free dish. They mistakenly gave her another dish, and then when her (GF) dish was out they said "Oh, this is the Gluten Free not that one you're eating". It's not great if you have an intolerance or allergy.
Thankfully, my friend was okay :)
Good hotpot, mala was spicy and mushroom base was tasty. Sweet potato noodles are so good. However weekend night was insanely loud with rowdy people throwing things and slightly rude (drunk) diners. But overall food was great.