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The Drunken Pot Welcomes Year of the Ox with Stunning Celebration of Bovine Extravagance

March 1, 2021 Dining No Comments Email Email

Trendy hotpot destination The Drunken Pot is welcoming the Year of the Ox with a stunning ‘Lavish Ring of Beef’ celebration of bovine extravagance priced HK$488 per head at its sister restaurants in Causeway Bay and Tsim Sha Tsui from 8 March to 30 April 2021.

The ultimate hotpot tribute to this year’s Chinese New Year zodiac animal with three new broths can also be celebrated with two hours of free-flowing selected wines and sakes for an extra HK$98 – with Champagne Delamotte Brut included for HK$258.

The star of the opulent meaty show is a new recipe, Thai-style Beef Shank Stew, inspired by traditional Thai cuisine, simmered for five hours in Chinese herbs.  Fresh pig blood completes the recipe with an earthy chocolate brown tone, and the final instaworthy showstopper is three quail eggs decorated like birds on a tree.

The finale of bovine indulgence is a cattle coral of premium beef cuts in a rustic wooden ring, including Hida Wagyu, Hanging Premium Sliced Angus, Short Ribs, Beef Shank, Beef Cubes, Beef Tongue, Wagyu Beef Balls, and Bovine Chest Oil.

Completing the festive feast is an array of the brand’s signature hotpot favourites – from ever-popular Black Truffle, Shrimp and Crabmeat Dumplings, Handmade Shrimp Balls and Taiwanese Duck Maroon Jelly to Freshly Made Egg Noodles, Deep-fried Homemade Beancurd with Seaweed Rolls and more.

For those who do not eat beef, an alternative ‘Ring of Hot Pork’ set is priced HK$388 per person.  It offers a choice of two broths from signature broths including Sichuan-style Numbingly SpicyBlack Truffle with Assorted MushroomsTeochew-style Satay, Century Eggs with Coriander and Pork Bone Broth.  Hot pot ingredients include Kurobuta Slices of Roses PlatterPork NeckShrimpsScallops and Clams.

For a special celebration to remember, the two hours of free-flowing beverage option of wines and The Drunken Pot Sake for an extra HK$98 is just HK$258 including champagne – Delamotte Brut NV bubbly which is usually priced HK$488 per bottle, selected for a pleasant springtime sparkle of sleek freshness and citrusy zing.

Two new a la carte broths are also introduced to welcome the Spring season.  Sichuan Sour and Spicy Poached Fish Broth (HK$298), is a homemade Sichuan-style sour and spicy recipe with adjustable spiciness, and mustard greens stimulating the appetite.  Mandarin fish can be substituted in a slowly-simmered chicken broth for an additional HK$90, for ordering a day in advance.  The Jasmine Wonderland (HK$338) pays homage to the spring flowers with a delicious, aromatic and fragrant flavour of dried jasmine with pears, goji, dried longan, dates and abalone.

Due to popular demand, the “Heat Up Your Limit” lunch buffet menu, priced from HK$78 per head daily from 12 noon to 4pm will also be extended to 30 April 2021, with the addition of one new dessert – Panna Cotta, made from Hokkaido milk in a choice of chocolate, strawberry and matcha flavours – and two new snacks, Spicy Squid and Taiwanese Century Egg with Tofu.

While dinner service now resumes, The Drunken Pot also continues delivering to stay-at-home gatherings via, with a 20% discount available for a la carte items and broths, using the discount code “TDPSD”.  With self-pick-up available at both Causeway Bay and Tsim Sha Tsui branches, delivery is priced from HK$150 (Hong Kong Island and Kowloon) and from HK$290 (New Territories) but free for net purchases over HK$2,500.

“The Year of the Ox personality is famous for enjoying the good life so our lavish celebration of bovine extravagance is a fitting welcome to the new year, wishing everyone joy, health and prosperity after such challenging times for all of us,” said Vivien Shek, founder of The Drunken Pot.

Since launching in 2015, The Drunken Pot has become a social media phenomenon known for serving authentic hotpot broth recipes in contemporary presentation.

Both restaurants reinvent the hotpot tradition, bursting with energy and contemporary style against the backdrop of trendy ‘street art’ and chill-out music with spicy urban grooves at The Drunken Pot Tsim Sha Tsui, themed after a rustic fishing market at 2/F, No.8 Observatory Road, Tsim Sha Tsui, and The Drunken Pot Causeway Bay, with breath-taking views over Victoria Harbour at 27/F, V Point, 18 Tang Lung Street, Causeway Bay.

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