Looked for this restaurant based on "word of mouth" recommendation. For the hot pot: you choose a type of broth (e.g., vegetarian vs. chicken and spicy vs. non-spicy). Then you add vegetables, meat (or fish or tofu), or noodles. The menu is a la carte and you pay for each item--so you can enjoy a simple, cheaper hot pot with few ingredients, or a more complex and expensive hot pot with lots of ingredients. You cook the ingredients at your table; there are written instructions re: how long to cook the various items. As mentioned by other reviewers, there is a "sauce bar" in the back of the restaurant. We chose to add pumpkin, bok choy, enoki mushrooms, thick noodles and fish cake to the delicious broth. Ingredients were fresh and excellent quality, and staff were very friendly (though the restaurant was busy and some staff had limited English facility). I didn't find the bill expensive but we ordered a meatless hot pot (about $15/person left us full). There can be a wait for tables.