Yummy Garden Hot Pot 

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A walk on the wild side of Chinese food.
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Sliced-beef pancake: braised beef tendon and flank with shredded carrot, cilantro, and hoison
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Each diner gets a pot of broth along with a tray of dippable items, sides, and sauces.
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Rolls of fatty beef.
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The "sauce bar" allows diners to mix, match, and experiment with the flavors of their dish.
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Various flavors of hot pot broth range from the completely tame, such a chicken broth enriched with onion, sesame seed, and Chinese dates...
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... to fiery "spicy" broths, filled with chili oil, garlic Szechuan peppercorns, and spices.
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Sliced-beef pancake: braised beef tendon and flank with shredded carrot, cilantro, and hoison

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