Shanghai (AP) Hot pot has become one of the city’s hottest attractions and a hot spot for tourists, with locals flocking to the famous Royal Hot Pot restaurant.
The palace’s famous Royal Pot Restaurant is a popular spot for Chinese visitors, with many tourists visiting the restaurant for its unique and exotic dishes, but the royal hotpot restaurant is the main attraction.
The hot pot is served by the Royal Hotpot, which is located in the heart of Shanghai’s financial district.
The Royal Hotpots are famous for its exotic dishes including a hot pot of pork belly, duck belly, lobster, lobster bisque, lobster meat, lobster salad and lobster soup.
The menu is divided into four categories.
The first category is for the average Shanghai resident.
The Royal HotPot is served at 5:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m., with the Royal King’s dinner at 6:30 p.M.
It is served in an area that is often packed with tourists.
“Royal Hot Pot is famous for being served late at night.
It’s the perfect place for the royal guests to have dinner,” said a restaurant owner surnamed Li.
After a couple of hours, the hot pot usually becomes a buffet and guests can enjoy a cocktail.
In the second category, the Royal Princesses, the royal families and other dignitaries are invited to enjoy the hotpot.
If they arrive after midnight, the waiters prepare the dishes, which are usually served between 6:45 and 8:30 a.M., according to the restaurant owner.
For the third category, guests can opt for the Royal Queen’s meal, which usually starts at 9:30.
It is served on a separate floor, and it is only available for the king.
According to the royal restaurant’s official website, the food is available daily from 7 a.C. to 8 a.
A Royal Queen usually visits the Royal House at 5 p.B.M.; the Royal Palace at 9 p.C.; and the Royal City at 10 p.A.M.(By Leung Yeung-fai)