How To Eat Sichuan Hot Pot
Everyone has their own method when it comes to eating hot pot. But there are some strategies for getting the most out of your meat and broth. From cooking times to sauce pairings, Tang Hot Pot’s Yu Li is here to break down the simmered-soup dos and don’ts. A newcomer to NYC’s Chinatown, Tang specializes in the ultra-spicy, chili-filled hot pot native to Chengdu, Sichuan. Stocked with items like swamp eel, chicken gizzard, and beef tripe, the restaurant’s menu appeals to those in search of a true Sichuan experience.