Nan Men Hot Pot Restaurant Review, Beijing, China


Nan Men Hot Pot

No. 9 Ritan East Road, Chaoyang District

Beijing, China, CA


Nan Men Hot Pot Website

Chinese Name: 南门涮肉

Nan Men Hot Pot Beijing China Exterior

Nan Men Hot Pot is a popular Islamic hot pot restaurant in Beijing, with 8 locations. We ate at the Chaoyang District location that is across the street from Embassy row and a couple blocks from the Silk Market and subway station Guomao. The specialize in individualized ornate blue hot pots used to cook meat, seafood, and vegetables. They like to emphasize the health benefits of particular items and love to show off their ISO certifications.

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Nan Men Hot Pot Beijing China Interior

Decor, Vibe – Ornate courtyard dining room with traditional Chinese lanterns, tables, chairs, and paintings. Private rooms. Couples and small parties were eating lunch when we were there.

Menu Pictures (Click to zoom into any picture)

Nan Men Hot Pot Beijing China Menu 1

Full Menu


Nan Men Hot Pot Beijing China Hot Pot Cooking

Boiling Hot pot

Nan Men Hot Pot Beijing China Hot Pot Soup Base

Hot pot base mix

Individual mini hotpots (10¥) are filed with water, dates, mushrooms, green onion, garlic, ginger and heating with an alcohol based heating element.

Nan Men Hot Pot Beijing China Colored Noodles

Colored Noodles (12¥) – How fun! Many different types made with different vegetable colorings. Included two egg noodles.

Nan Men Hot Pot Beijing China Thick Noodles

Thick yam or starched Bean Threads (Fun see)

Nan Men Hot Pot Beijing China Lamb

Fresh Lamb (28¥) – Thicker slices of meat that were not gamey. Nice low key lamb flavor. A lot nicer than the frozen lamb.

Nan Men Hot Pot Beijing China Meats

Assorted Beef and Lamb (58¥) – We selected the normal meat. It had lots of fat but was very tasty. There is no need to upgrade to the more expensive options that can cost many times more.

Nan Men Hot Pot Beijing China Shrimp Paste

Specially made mashed Shrimp (48¥) – Smashed into a plastic bag and extruded into your hot pot. Sounds gross but tastes like regular shrimp.

Nan Men Hot Pot Beijing China Tofu

Black Bean Curd (8¥) – Have not seen this in the USA. Really nicely done, with a slight tart flavor.

Nan Men Hot Pot Beijing China Vegetables

Vegetables – Boy did they give us a ton of veggies. Napa cabbage, shitaki mushrooms, kale, lettuce, and more. All were fresh. Could not finish them.


Nan Men Hot Pot Beijing China Red Bean with Milk

Red Bean Milk (10¥) – More milk flavor than red bean. The milk in China tastes different than the US.

Nan Men Hot Pot Beijing China Rose Flower Juice

Rose Flower Juice (12¥) – Subtle flavors. Very sweet. They combine multiple juices in one to achieve this effect.

Nan Men Hot Pot Beijing China Dipping Sauces

Two types of dipping sauce, a thick sesame sauce and soy sauce.


Nan Men Hot Pot had decent service although the server could have come around more. They did promptly refill the hot pot when needed. The quality of the ingredients was very good. The meats, veggies, and noodles were all very tasty. If you take too long and run out of fuel, you do have to pay for more. We have no problems recommending this place.

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Nan Men Hot Pot Overall Rating: (Very Good 2.5)

Come Back?

Food Rating: (Very Good)
Service Rating: (Good)
Atmosphere Rating: (Very Good)
Value Rating: (Very Good)

Guide: 0 = poor, 1 = Below/Average, 2 = Good, 2.5 = Very Good, 3 = Excellent , 4 = Extraordinary

Alcohol:Beer, Wine
Hours:Lunch, Dinner
Prices:5 - 438 ¥

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