A hot pot is a type of noodle soup made from rice and vegetables, usually made with the rice or other vegetables and sometimes meat.
Hot pot restaurants are not just for locals and tourists but also have been popular in China for decades.
Hot pots in China are mostly made from fresh meats and seafood, but the traditional recipe includes pork hot pepper and other meats.
Beavermont, a suburb of Seattle, opened the restaurant last week.
It is not yet known when it will open.
The restaurant’s menu features a variety of dishes including pork hotpot, pork hot bowl, pork pork hot sauce, and more.
The hot pot’s popularity in China has grown in recent years, and in recent months, many restaurants in China have been opening.
Some restaurants in Beijing have been adding pork hot pots to their menus.
In May, Beijing’s first hot pot joint opened, and it is currently being sold out.
The city’s other hot pot joints include one in Beijing’s Tiananmen Square and another in the capital’s southern city of Guangzhou.