December 14, 2005

Hot Pot at Grand Sichuan

POST #    1982

Friday night, I had some hot pot at Grand Sichuan with my parents. I can't tell you how good hot pot is when it's cold out. Funny thing is that it's mostly eaten here when it is cold since you tend to sweat profusely when you're eating out of the spicy side. I remember traveling in China a while back and seeing restaurants that were dedicated to hot pot. There was no option of a half mild, half spicy side. It was only spicy and really red looking. I wish I could say I tried it, but alas I did not. It didn't seem like the best idea to burn a hole in my stomach while in Chongqing.

And don't blame me for the photos - I was trying to eat and take photos at the same time.

Posted by tien mao in Food/Drink at 7:58 AM



your food photos always make me hungry.

Posted by: joe at December 14, 2005 10:41 AM

Man, I haven't been to Grand Sechuan in forever - I have to get back there soon. I love that place!

Posted by: Jon at December 14, 2005 1:28 PM

I nearly did burn a hole in my stomach in Chongqing. Mmm... I miss that stuff. I've never tried Grand Sichuan's hot pot -- I'll have to see how it measures up to the eye-watering stuff you get in China.

Posted by: astrid at December 14, 2005 7:10 PM

I can't wait to have hotpot when I go home to my parents' house. It is great during the winter. I don't even eat mine spicy and it warms me up. :)

Posted by: Teresa at December 19, 2005 12:16 AM

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