Hong Kong’s hotpot scene is thriving with old and new establishments. Photo: Getty Images
Hong Kong’s hotpot scene is thriving with old and new establishments. Photo: Getty Images

Where to eat hotpot in Hong Kong this winter: 9 must-try restaurants, from Michelin-starred Dong Lai Shun and Southeast Asian Cloud Nine, to shabu-shabu at Gyujin and healthy options at Wu Lao Guo

  • Did someone say drunken chicken and black truffle flavours? Hong Kong’s hotpot scene is thriving and restaurants like The Drunken Pot and Megan’s Kitchen are coming up with innovative soup bases
  • Michelin-starred Dong Lai Shun sticks to its OG mutton dish, Quan Alley’s numbing spicy soup takes seven days to ferment and Wu Lao Guo offers supposedly anti-ageing options like collagen chicken

Hong Kong’s hotpot scene is thriving with old and new establishments. Photo: Getty Images
Hong Kong’s hotpot scene is thriving with old and new establishments. Photo: Getty Images
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