Little Sheep Mongolian Hot Pot has several locations around the world in the United States, China, Japan, and Canada. In the Vancouver area, there is one in Richmond and most recently their Burnaby location just opened.
They have all you can eat Hot Pot for $19.95 (Adult) and $14.98 (Children), you then have to add $9.99 for the soup base. The price is pretty decent.
I came here with the ChineseBites crew for dinner to see how it compares to the other hot pot places in town.
The interior is quite large and can fit a lot of people. They even have outdoor patio seating too.
All the sauce for the hot pot is available in the middle of the restaurant. It’s on top of a cart and you’re free to grab as much as your like.
The different sauces are:
- Soy sauce
- Peanut Sauce
- Chili paste
- Chili oil
- Satay sauce
The peanut sauce and satay sauce are most popular.
Once you have your sauce, you are ready to start cooking!
The broth we had was a mix of spicy and original broth. It’s a good option to get if you have a group of friends who can’t decide which broth to get. I generally find that spicy is great for cooking meat and the original is great for vegetables.
Lamb and Beef Meatballs.
Cuttlefish and shrimp meatballs.
Oyster Mushroom and Enoki Mushroom
Frozen Tofu and Fresh Tofu
Pork Liver, Beef Tendon, Bible Tripe, Honeycomb Tripe and Pork Blood.
Overall the All You Can Eat Hot Pot items are pretty solid and I wasn’t disappointed. Little Sheep Mongolian Hot Pot is still one of my favourite hot pot places in town. The only downside is that the service here is pretty poor. If you want another order, you really gotta track them down.
Additional Items off the Hot Pot Menu
Plum Juice ($2 with free refills) is a must, but for anyone new to this drink, you may not like it.
Chinese Donut wouldn’t be an item I would order at a hot pot restaurant. Perhaps if it was closer to noon.
Seasme Bun was quite dense, so it can fill you up before you you even begin hot pot.
Lamb Skewers has a strong taste of cumin and was quite delicious.
Spicy Beef Skewers were quite good and full of flavour.
Overall, I think I would just stick with the all you can eat menu. It’s pretty good.
#200 – 4755 Kingsway