Try The Juicy Pot Hot Pot Restaurant of Orlando
Dear Friends & Neighbors,
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Few nights ago, hubby and I were in the mood in trying out a new hot pot restaurant in Central Florida. We arrived at the Juicy Pot hot pot restaurant (at 5206 W. Colonial Dr. #120, Orlando, FL, 407-704-4934, open from noon to 10:00 pm 7 days per week) one hour before closing time. A very friendly and cheerful waitress, Stacy, ushered us in and seated us. Upon a quick glance, this Juicy Pot place appeared very clean, modern, with comfortable seating. We found out from Stacy that Juicy Pot had only been opened since June of this year. The unique thing about this hot pot restaurant was that every single hot pot dish was with its own cover. All the sauces were also under covers. Very sanitary! Customers would also need to order protein (meat or seafood) dishes to be brought from the kitchen directly rather than picking them off of the conveyor belt as one would with vegetable dishes. This would ensure the protein dishes to be as fresh as possible. And we all know how important freshness is for tasty cuisine! Each dish was color coded based on its price (but all color plates are currently $1 per plate during the introductory period). So one may bring home the leftovers after cooking these dishes.
I ordered the Ginseng Oxtail broth (so delicious and revitalising ) while hubby ordered his Spicy (Sichuan) Chicken broth.
We both loved the process of cooking various dishes in the hot pot, for its delicious aroma, its freshness, and not needing to prepare nor wash up after a meal. It was a delight to have such a nourishing and fun meal at such a reasonable price!
To see more photos of what one may be able to get at the Juicy Pot hot pot restaurant of Orlando, simply click HERE.
Check out this place next time you or your family and friends want to try a restaurant with fresh and delicious food (esp. seafood), great fun for the group, fantastic service, and very reasonable price.
Photographed, gathered, written, and posted by Windermere Sun-Susan Sun Nunamaker More about the community at www.WindermereSun.com
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