In the case of the hot pot, the broth is usually a cooking vessel rather than the main event. But at Morfire, a little Thai hot pot place on Capitol Hill, you’ll want to drink the broth. You can split the pot in two separate flavors (we like the miso and the chicken), and then you’ll pick various vegetables and proteins to cook in the boiling broth. This is not a “less is more” situation, and we recommend starting with tofu, chicken, wontons, the ground pork and prawn mixture, vegetables, and going from there. And then also getting some french fries because you can.
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