Xiao Wei Yang Hotpot
This unassuming restaurant should certainly not be overlooked if you’re after a hearty meal that’s just a little bit different from the norm. As a hotpot restaurant, don’t expect much else on the menu – not that it will limit your choices, judging by the vast list of accompaniments. First, pick your hotpot – basically a huge bowl of flavoursome stock that sits bubbling away on a hotplate. What goes in depends on how hungry or adventurous you’re feeling. Keep it simple with platters of sliced lamb, chicken, beef or a choice of fish fillets and seafood, plus oodles of fresh veg, all of which cook to perfection in the simmering broth. Those with a more curious palate will be more than satisfied, too, with everything from beef stomach to lamb rubber tendon, and even shish kebab.
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- Previous reviews
- 20 April,2014- reviewed by Time Out Dubai staff
- 15 April,2013- reviewed by Time Out Dubai staff
- 28 March,2011- reviewed by Time Out Dubai staff
- 05 April,2010- reviewed by Time Out Dubai staff
- 17 March,2009- reviewed by Time Out Dubai staff
- 26 March,2008- reviewed by Jeremy Lawrence
- 04 July,2007- reviewed by Time Out Dubai Staff
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