Having enjoyed Mr Bulgogi's main dishes, we decided to give one of their hotpots a try. There is a bit of a wait time for the dish but the taste is well worth the wait.
We decided to order their Seafood Hot Pot. The portion size is generous enough to be shared with fellow diners. All the seafood was cooked just right, with the prawns and crabs having a slightly sweet flavour. There was also a good amount of vegetables, tofu and Enoki mushroom to provide variety and extra texture to the dish. The soup broth helped to tie everything together with the degree of spiciness being suitable for most tastes.
For a more filling dish, you can also add sweet potato noodles or instant noodles to the dish. The sweet potato noodles we chose had a slightly chewy texture. Instant noodles are a good alternative for those who are unsure about sweet potato noodles.
Aside from the Seafood Hotpot, there is also a Kimichi Pork Ribs Hot Pot for those not in the mood for seafood. With the weather beginning to cool down, hotpot is an ideal choice for dinner. We enjoyed Mr Bulgogi's hotpot as much as we did Mandoo's.