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Ring into 2021 with Free-Flowing ‘Heat Up Your Limit’ Lunch-Afternoon Hotpots from HK$68 Celebrating The Drunken Pot’s 5th Anniversary

January 7, 2021 Dining No Comments

Trendy hotpot destination The Drunken Pot has launched free-flowing ‘Heat Up Your Limit’ lunch-afternoon hotpots priced from just HK$68 to celebrate the 5th anniversary of its sister restaurants in Tsim Sha Tsui and Causeway Bay.

The value-added ‘Heat Up Your Limit’ deal includes a vast selection of more than 50 free-flowing hotpot broths, dishes, Taiwanese snacks, desserts and beverages from 12 noon to 6 p.m. daily, including weekends.

On offer for a limited period from 11 January to 28 February 2021, ‘Heat Up Your Limit’ starts with unlimited Taiwanese snacks including Fried Chicken Skin, Braised Pork, Taiwan-style Stinky Tofu, Salt Crispy Chicken, Oden, Sweet & Sour Pork and Fried Oyster Omelette.

A wide choice of the brand’s signature contemporary, healthy, top quality pan-Asian hotpot broths headlines the festive feast – with two diners choosing one or four diners choosing two – selecting from Taiwan-style Numbing Spicy, Malaysian Laksa Seafood, iconic Thai Tom Yum Kung, Teochew Style Satay, Tomato with Onion, Carrot & Pork Shank, Pickled Mustard with Pork, Fish Maw with Pork Stomach, Pepper & Chicken, or Singapore-style pork rib Bak Kut Teh.

 Over 30 free-flowing accompanying hotpot dishes include Taiwanese Pork & Mushroom Balls, Pork and Chive Dumplings, signature Deep-fried Fish Cracklings, classic Hong Kong favourite Pork Spam and numerous vegetarian options.

Beverage choices are exotic handcrafted non-alcoholic thirst quenchers including Pear, White Fungus & Goji Berry, Monk Fruit with Chrysanthemum, Milk Tea with Black Sugar Pearls, Home-made Sugarcane Herbal Tea, Begonia Fimbristipula Hance Herbal Tea and daily soup.  While dessert options are Taiwanese Shaved Ice with Condensed Milk and Taro Balls and Taiwanese Shaved Ice with Melon.

‘Heat Up Your Limit’ is offered as both 60-Minute and 90-Minute Sets. The 60-minute Set is priced HK$68 per person, with an option for meat lovers to upgrade with an additional meat portion of Kurobuta Pork Slices or Free-range Chicken Thigh for an extra HK$10, Taiwanese Duck Maroon Jelly for an additional HK$30, or premium US Beef for a HK$70 supplement.

For a longer celebration or get-together, the 90-minute Set is priced HK$108 per head with the same free-flowing choices of hotpot dishes, beverages, Taiwanese snack platter and desserts such as Shaved Ice with Taro Balls or Shaved Ice with Honeydew, along with all-you-can-eat Kurobuta Pork Slices & Free-range Chicken Thigh.

Upgrading is also available, with additional free-flowing US Beef (HK$10 supplement), US Beef & Taiwanese Duck Maroon Jelly (extra HK$40); US Beef Chunk & Taiwanese Duck Maroon Jelly (extra HK$70), and US Premium Beef Chunk & Taiwanese Duck Maroon Jelly (extra HK$130).

For both sets, specialty hotpot broth upgrades are also offered, priced an additional HK$50 for a 2-in-1 broth of Taiwan Style Numbing Spicy, Laksa Soup, Pickled Mustard with Pork and Bak Kut Teh; or HK$80 extra for a 4-in-1 broth of Taiwan Style Numbing Spicy, Laksa Soup, Bak Kut Teh and Pickled Mustard with Pork Stomach and Pepper or Taiwan Style Numbing Spicy, Teochew Style Satay, Tomato with Onion, Carrot & Pork Shank and Fish Maw with Pork Stomach, Pepper & Chicken.

 “Large-scale celebrations are unfortunately restricted this year, but we hope these free-flowing ‘Heat Up Your Limit’ lunch buffets will bring some cheer to warm the heart and soul,” said The Drunken Pot founder Vivien Shek. “The Drunken Pot is renowned for high quality Instaworthy hotpots and stepping into 2021 we now offer affordable options to encourage that hot-potting is not just for dinner but also all-day dining.”

Since launching in 2015, The Drunken Pot has become a social media phenomenon known for serving authentic hotpot broth recipes in contemporary presentation.

Both restaurants reinvent the hotpot tradition, bursting with energy and contemporary style against the backdrop of trendy ‘street art’ and chill-out music with spicy urban grooves at The Drunken Pot Tsim Sha Tsui, themed after a rustic fishing market at 2/F, No.8 Observatory Road, Tsim Sha Tsui, and The Drunken Pot Causeway Bay, with breath-taking views over Victoria Harbour at 27/F, V Point, 18 Tang Lung Street, Causeway Bay.

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