When you’re sick of figuring out the correct amount of food to order for your hungry party of six, it’s time to go to Little Sheep in the International District. The hot pot combo includes a preset selection of things to cook in your boiling kettle of tasty bone marrow broth, like meats, dumplings, vegetables, and noodles. And be sure to save enough room for the free soft serve cone you get at the end of the meal.
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