This Chinese hot pot restaurant has six different broths to complement your tofu skin, fuzhou fish balls, and watercress, including bases like tomato, bone cylinder soup, dark chicken ginseng, and one with mala spices. Perhaps most importantly: everyone gets a free milk tea pudding for dessert with their $23 AYCE hot pot meal. In addition to hot pot, it’s very important that you’re aware LaoJie has karaoke.
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