Great places to get your fix of hot pot in Los Angeles.
Located in downtown Los Angeles, Shabu Shabu House is known for their quality beef. You can get lean, extra lean or well marbled meat. Lunch starts at $11.25 for a ten sliced beef set and dinner starts at $15.49.
Complete with a sauce bar and all, Money Pot is the place to go for sukiyaki hot pot and a cheap lunch special priced at $9.99. You get your choice of meat, broth and a generous platter of vegetables, tofu and noodles. Not too shabby for under ten bucks.
Jazz Cat is an upscale restaurant with midnight black and red decor. It's shabu shabu, not family-style. You get your own personalized pot. Selections range from creamy miso soup to spicy Thai. Meat lovers -- the T-Rex combo gives you more bang for your buck.
A huge chain in China, Little Sheep specializes in herbal and spicy hot pot broths. Ingredients include lamb shoulder, mushrooms and assorted vegetables. The pot is family-style and for those not that into sheep, there are vegetarian options as well.
Taiwanese stinky tofu hot pot. Cheap and a "viral" community fav. Ultra modern with standard Asian boba drinks.
Hot Spot is another Taiwanese hot pot place, minus the long lines, loud music and wait time. The stinky tofu pot with pig's blood is the unsung hero at this location. It may sound grossly unconventional, but try it before you judge.
Hot Pot Hot Pot is a SGV classic and they make the whole experience accessible for outsiders. They're open until 1 am, the produce is fresh and everything is rolled out to you in a small cart. The broth fee is $3.50 and food items are typically between $2 and $3.