In a tradition that dates back to more than a thousand years, Mongolian horsemen would fill their overturned helmets with water and place them over a fire to simmer with meat and vegetables to create the very first hot pots.
Today, diners can enjoy your own customizable hot pot (no helmet required) at any of the restaurants listed below with a group of family or friends. Warm up with a boiling vat of flavorful broth complete with noodles, vegetables and meats or seafood, perfect for Houston’s 65 degree “winter” and more importantly, flu season. Beat the cold and sniffles with the ten hot pot restaurants below.
As always, let us know in the comments if we’ve missed your favorite spot.Read More