We all know Gouger Street is the epicentre of great hot-pot in Adelaide, but where are the best spots in the suburbs?
We have searched the streets for the best suburban pot-hot restaurants in SA, and think you’re going to love this lineup, just as much as we do.
Without further ado is our mini-guide of our top five!
The Hot-Pot gods have blessed all of Adelaide with Lazy Boy Hot Pot. Opening just over a year ago this northern suburbs eatery has already proven to be a winner! Featuring a bold red fit-out inspired by the colours of Asia, Lazy Boy Hot Pot is as authentic as it is delicious.
Find them at Shop 1/51 Victoria Parade, Mawson Lakes SA 5095
Mr K Hot Pot – Torrensville
Located inside Brickworks Marketplace Mr K Hot Pot is a hidden gem. Renowned for their excellent food presentation, Mr K is the ideal drop-in for shoppers looking to refuel.
Visit Mr K Hot Pot at Brickworks Marketplace 11b 2, 6 Ashwin Parade, Torrensville SA 5031
Chu’s restaurant features a combination of Vietnamese and Chinese-style cooking. Using the principles of traditional Asian cooking Chu’s is one of the cities best suburban Asian. Visit Chu’s for their Seafood Hot Pot which features a combination of Prawn, squid, scallop, mussel with vegetables in black pepper sauce
Visit Chu’s Restaurant at 40 Unley Rd, Unley SA 5061
Chef Kim is a diamond in the rough. Located in Hazelwood Park just off Greenhill road, this Korean restaurant offers authentic food, in a no-frills manner. The menu features an array of high quality traditional Korean food as well as a Spicy Rice Cake Hot Pot (Tteok Bok Gi), which has proven to be a favourite amongst locals.
Visit Chef Kim at 4 Linden Ave, Hazelwood Park SA 5066
Characterised by their approach to cooking and presentation, each dish is made from scratch with locally available produce and imported spices. Try their Himalayan Lamb or Chicken Hot Pot for a traditional Nepalese dish to please your senses.
Visit them at 489 Brighton Road, Brighton 5048, SA