The all-you-can-eat hot pot restaurant at 1130 W. Argyle St. officially debuted Friday, but will celebrate its grand opening Aug. 5, said Gui "Kevin" Liang.
The traditional cuisine is served all over Asia, which is why they chose to bring the restaurant to Argyle Street, Liang said.
For about $27 per person, customers can receive any of the more than 70 items, which include shrimp, fish filets, clams, squid, pork, fish tofu and dumplings to eat in a two-hour span, according to its menu.
For about $37 per person, customers can get the Chef's special, which includes live lobster, snow crab legs, oysters, surf clam, stone crab and scallops, according to its menu.
The front room of the restaurant has seating for 44 people and the back room has seating for an additional 45. Parties of more than 15 can dine in the back room and enjoy free karaoke for two hours, said Liang, who immigrated from China about 10 years ago.
The restaurant is currently BYOB, but it's in the process of acquiring licenses to allow it to serve beer and wine, said Liang, 31.
Sunday through Thursdays the restaurant is open from 11 a.m.-11 p.m., while on Friday and Saturday it closes at 11:30 p.m.
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