San Nam Yuen is a very family-friendly hotpot spot inside the Hua Chiao Commercial Centre encouraging communal – and perhaps over-indulgent – dining. It’s a place to get a taste of the true Cantonese hotpot, with mounds of mouthwatering beef shaved into wafers coming to the table, but there are some wider Chinese classics and plenty of unconventional soupy creations. Best of all, unlike most hotpot joints San Nam Yuen is also a private kitchen, so the menu can be tailor made to suit your taste, party size or dietary requirements! Seafood lovers will devour their rich broth swimming with giant grouper, fresh scallops, shrimp, oysters, abalone and some secret spices, and the sesame-laden roast duck is as aesthetically impressive as it is addictively tasty. San Nam Yuen has a prime location on Nathan Road just steps (well, then a few stairs) from Mong Kok MTR, so it’s a convenient meeting point for gathering a crew from all around Hong Kong for some social, succulent soupy revelry.
good food and fresh veggies. started off with chicken pot with unlimited supplies. following with the standard seafood hot pot dinner. price at around $320 per head all in.