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The Drunken Pot Launches Door-to-Door Deliveries of ‘Extraordinary Hot Pots for Extraordinary Occasions’

January 3, 2018 Dining No Comments Email Email

Trendy hot pot specialist The Drunken Pot is now delivering its winning concept of ‘new age’ hotpots door-to-door. Being the first to introduce sophisticated, eco-friendly ‘picnic box’ packaging, The Drunken Pot aims to present a convenient yet stylish hot pot experience to diners. 

Since opening in 2015 and 2016 respectively, the fashionable sister restaurants in Tsim Sha Tsui and Causeway Bay have become a social phenomenon, reinventing Hong Kong’s hot pot tradition with premium, healthy ingredients and innovative recipes.

Now the popular hot pots can be delivered with just a click of an online order form at the website for trouble-free parties at home, or catering for events from picnics and boat trips to corporate lunches, club gatherings or school celebrations.

The select meat-themed menu is priced from HK$322 per head; while the seafood menu is priced HK$368 per person – with both menus offered at a generous discount to restaurant prices. Both beef and seafood set menus, with four different soup bases, can be ordered through the new door-to-door service for anywhere between four and ten diners. The four broth bases included are signatures of The Drunken Pot’s 4-in-1 pot – Numbingly SpicyChao Zhou SatayPork Bone Broth and Black Truffle with Assorted Mushrooms.

“This new service makes our popular hot pots more accessible than ever,” said The Drunken Pot founder Vivien Shek. “Extraordinary hot pots for extraordinary occasions are now just a click away. No preparation is required – all you need to do is sit back and wait for your delivery.”

The meat menu is headlined by Kurobuta pork slices or Angus beef with a choice of home-made dumplings and signature meatballs, premium sliced Mongolian mutton and chicken pieces in Huadiao wine.

Completing the traditional feast for sharing are assorted vegetables, mushrooms, deep-fried homemade bean curd and seaweed rolls, Inaniwa Sanuki udon, fishballs, asparagus lettuce, shrimp wontons, chives dumplings, pork spam, hand-made 7-colour cuttlefish balls, deep-fried garlicky fish cracklings, sweet-scented osmanthus freshwater mussel, crispy cheese sausages, Hiroshima oysters and assorted ‘fortune bag’.

The seafood menu is headlined by clams and freshwater shrimps, with amberjack, geoduck, three-spotted crab and razor clams on larger menus. Along with the menu of traditional items are seafood specialties of shrimp & crabmeat dumplings, and ‘meatball’ alternatives of scallop, abalone, cheese and cuttlefish, cheese and shrimps, and make-up cartoon fish balls.

True to its ‘new age’ culture, The Drunken Pot also delivers the hot pots in recyclable ‘picnic box’ packaging, with three layers for ease of unpacking, utensils, reusable table cloth and glasses, wet tissues and free rental of the pot & Iwatani Gas Cassette Cooker.

Eight complimentary condiments are included for seasoning, highlighting chopped green onion, dry onion, coriander, chopped peanut, chili and more; along with complimentary signature sauces including home-made soy sauce, home-made satay sauce and home-made XO sauce.

An additional range of over 40 other food and wine items can also be selected from the website menu.

In Kowloon, deliveries are free for orders over HK$1,500 and HK$120 for smaller orders. Deliveries on Hong Kong Island and in The New Territories Regions are free for orders over HK$2,000, and HK$200 for smaller orders.

Deliveries are either from The Drunken Pot Causeway Bay, with breath-taking views over Victoria Harbour at 27/F, V Point, 18 Tang Lung Street, Causeway Bay, or The Drunken Pot Tsim Sha Tsui, themed after a rustic fishing market at 2/F, No.8 Observatory Road, Tsim Sha Tsui.

Both restaurants have reinvented the hotpot tradition, bursting with energy and contemporary style against the backdrop of trendy ‘street art’ and chill-out music with spicy urban grooves.

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