New Hotto Potto Location: 1700 N. Semoran Blvd., #118, Orlando, Florida, Awaits You
Dear Friends & Neighbors,
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One of our daughter’s requests during her visit to Central Florida is a visit to the new Hotto Potto location: 1700 N. Semoran Blvd., #118, Orlando, FL 32807, 407-930-5366. Did you know that they have just completely moved into this new location after July 4, 2016?
Remember our previous post on Hotto Potto? We love the format of eating hot pot style, for we can each have as much or as little vegetables, carb, or meat as we individually desire. This is also the least greasy way to have Asian cuisine.
Furthermore, there is something quite intimate about cooking together…a truly bonding experience that always end up making us feel filled with not just good food, but also good conversation and emotional fulfillment. Since we have the option of not ordering rice or any form of carb, simply eating protein (meat) and vegetables is a really healthy way to go. But usually there are always dumplings, rice noodles, fish balls, shrimp balls, exotic sea urchin, etc. available for your papillae. It’s an art of cooking that fosters intimacy and sense of exploration. The staff members at Hotto Potto are very attentive in guiding customers in becoming familiar with this form of cooking/eating. So, don’t hesitate to ask questions or develop your sense of adventure in trying new food items.
The wonderful thing about dining at Hotto Potto is the fact that the menu has such a wide range of selections that regardless if you are an omnivore, carnivore, vegetarian, or vegan, your palate is surely to be pleased. Hostess/manager Tammy took us step by step through the art of cooking and eating with hot pot:
- Choose your broth. There are meat and vegetarian options with choices of spices (from non- to numb-spicy).
- Choose your ingredients. Pick from wide selection of meats, seafood, vegetables, dumplings, tofu, noodles, and more!
- Make your own sauces from a tray of more than a dozen home-made sauces while your broth boils.
- Add and cook your ingredients. Suggested minimum cooking times are on your table.
- Remove your cooked ingredients from the pot with the slotted and soup ladles.
- Top or dip with your own creation of sauces.
- By the end of cooking session, the remaining nutritious and delicious broth will taste great with noodle and vegetables….hm…hm…good!
- Enjoy! Give your taste buds a great work out!
Below are some tips from very experienced Hot Pot Enthusiasts:
Let me know if these tips are helfpul.
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