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A hotpot restaurant with a whole lot of attitude, The Drunken Pot is a new foodie favourite on Hong Kong’s Observatory Road. Featuring a gorgeous ambience, The Drunken Pot provides a unique atmosphere that’s incomparable to anywhere else in Hong Kong. The restaurant can be found in the heart of Tsim Sha Tsui, just steps from the Hong Kong Science Museum and only moments away from The Hong Kong Polytechnic University.
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Great place, food is ok, unfortunately not so great service (even with the restaurant half empty).
Good Food and friendly Service . They explained us how to eat the delicous hot pot
Soup base is awesome, food is fresh and tasty. Just the price is a little bit high. Best for a gathering.
The Drunken Pot is unlike any other hotpot restaurant in Hong Kong. Stylish, beautiful and sophisticated, this Tsim Sha Tsui foodie magnet is making waves in terms of ambience, service and food quality. Bring all your friends along – the restaurant encourages communal dining, making it ideal for large groups. Prepare to be amazed at this cool new hangout, and make sure to bring along your biggest appetite!
No matter what the occasion, The Drunken Pot is certain to impress with its stunning ambience and equally stunning cuisine. Changing the way guests look at hotpot dining, The Drunken Pot offers diners plenty of choices – take for example, the signature Drunken Pot, a hotpot which includes four different broths, like the uniquely flavourful papaya seafood broth. The restaurant’s location is ideal – you’ll find it on Observatory Road in Tsim Sha Tsui – and is open daily for lunch and dinner for your dining convenience. Make sure to book ahead when planning to dine at this new local hotpot hotspot!
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