$9.90 for Beef Tenderloin Taiwanese Hotpot Set (worth $20.50) at Shi Li Fang in 2 Locations. More Options Available

$9.90 for Beef Tenderloin Taiwanese Hotpot Set (worth $20.50) at Shi Li Fang in 2 Locations. More Options Available

  • Established steamboat restaurant chain from Taiwan.
  • MSG-free, non-fried cuisine.
  • Hand pulled noodles available; diners are given two strips of dough to stretch their own noodles.

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The deal

  • Beef tenderloin Taiwanese hotpot set for 1 person for $9.90 instead of $20.50
  • Beef tenderloin Taiwanese hotpot set for 2 people for $19.80 instead of $41
  • Chicken and kurobuta pork Taiwanese hotpot set for 2 people for $19.80 instead of $41.50

Meal includes

Beef tenderloin set (per person)

  • Beef tenderloin
  • Egg
  • Enoki mushroom
  • Shanghai greens
  • Chinese cabbage
  • Fishballs
  • Crabstick
  • Hairy gourd (mao gua)
  • Black fungus
  • Glass noodles
  • Thick bee hoon, egg noodles, steamed rice, or handmade noodles (choose 1)
  • Lime juice, barley, water chestnut, or lemon tea (choose 1)

Chicken and pork set (for 2 people)

  • Kurobuta pork
  • Shi Li Fang pork tenderloin
  • Pork belly
  • Shi Li Fang specialty chicken
  • Superior chicken slice
  • Egg
  • Enoki mushroom
  • Shanghai greens
  • Chinese cabbage
  • Fishballs
  • Crabstick
  • Hairy gourd (mao gua)
  • Black fungus
  • Glass noodles
  • Thick bee hoon, egg noodles, steamed rice, or handmade noodles (choose 1)
  • Lime juice, barley, water chestnut, or lemon tea (choose 1)

Shi Li Fang

An established brand in China with more than 20 outlets in Beijing, Shi Li Fang is a casual hotpot restaurant that prides itself in its MSG-free and non-fried cuisine. A key draw is its large array of 30 dipping sauces; Shi Li Fang also offers marinated meats such as Specialty Chicken and Pork Tenderloin alongside the usual steam-ready meats. Customers may also try their hand at pulling their own noodles; equipped with disposable gloves and an instructional video, diners may stretch and knead the two strips of dough before adding them to their pot.