Ru-Yi Fang Hot Pot
No. 106 Xuefu Xiaodian District
Taiyuan, Shanxi, China,
Chinese name: 如一坊豆捞
Ru-Yi Fang Hot pot serves Hong Kong and Macao-style hot pot, and is very popular with 14 locations. You order your food and cook it yourself in a fast boiling induction powered hot pot. They use one of the strongest broth’s we’ve encountered. It is full of dried seafood including dried scallops and shrimp. The broth alone can be consumed as a decent soup! The menu offers many different items for your cooking satisfaction, from simple thinly sliced meats to hamburger style grinded seafood chunks. They serve a cucumber flavored tea that was truly an acquired taste.
Decor, Vibe – This location had two stories. Clean, big open dining room downstairs, private rooms upstairs. Bustling, loud, and full of patrons. Modern Asian style tables and decor.
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Their item mix was extremely broad. The best items were the beef, lamb, fish balls, and mushrooms. The various meat smashed into hamburger-like consistency was the weirdest item.
Cold Jelly was consistent with other places. Their slicing yielded bigger pieces.
Ru-Yi Fang Hot pot restaurant had fair service, with the main server attending to our room about half the time, and working in slow gear. Once the raw food arrives, the pacing was up to us. Prices are reasonable and quality decent, making this an easy place to visit for those looking for hot pot meals. We consumed far too much and still had food left over.