This Flushing spot in the New World Mall serves all-you-can-eat hot pot for around $50 per person. It may be a bit more expensive than other options in the city, but sodas and juices are included in the price and there’s a bar inside with unlimited starters like noodle dishes and dim sum. Try the broth called “spicy bear” - the Sichuan-pepper-filled broth comes with an edible butter sculpture of a bear. If you’re in Brooklyn, Xiang also has a location on Fort Hamilton Parkway on the border of Sunset Park and Borough Park.
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