Landmark Hot Pot House
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Landmark Hot Pot House information
Pull up a black-laquered chair and dive into the menu at this Hong Kong–style hot-pot spot. It's a surprisingly large, long-established place that is often bustling with locals from the Chinese-Canadian community – usually a good sign of authenticity – and they're mostly here for plates of meat and veggies that you cook yourself at your table via a pot of boiling broth.
A good place to come for a feast, this is also an accessible introduction to the city's traditional Chinese dining scene.