If you want fun, healthy and damn right delicious food, then look no further because Shuang Shuang delivers just that.
It may look all too confusing and daunting at first but trust me, come the end of the evening, you’ll be a hot pot pro. Honestly it’s simple stuff and the ever so friendly staff are there to help and explain the concept behind the place.
There are a variety of flavoursome broths to choose from, each one sounding just as enticing as the other and all accompanied with a dipping sauce and garnish. Once you’ve chosen your tonic, just fire away and get stuck in with all the many dishes on offer. See I told you it’s simple.
The restaurant is all about it’s conveyor belt service, think Yo Sushi but on a much more grander scale and far more superior . Seriously the amount of dishes revolving around will blow you away.
Fresh vegetables (I recommend the mushrooms), different types of meat (chicken, beef, pork) and fish (scallops prawns) as well as a variety of noodles (egg, vermicelli) all slide by awaiting to be cooked in the broth. Not only that if there’s something on the menu that you like but its not on the conveyor belt, then the chefs are on hand to prepare it.
As I mentioned the earlier, the broths are fragrant and flavoursome and cooking with all these ingredients enhances it even more. There’s no MSG or artificial bullshit either. And the great thing is, although it might not be necessary, is that you can top up your broth for free!.
The broths can get very hot, but there is a panel on your section which allows you to moderate the temperature as and when you like.
FoodPunkers, I highly recommend that you go for a few snacks especially the crispy pigs ear in cumin and chilli. They certainly pack a punch and the scallop and prawn fritters are to die for. If things do get a little heated, the refreshing oolong tea will certainly tone things down.
|Crispy Pigs Ear With Cumin & Chilli|
|Scallop & Prawn Fritters|
Its about time that London had a hot pot restaurant that allows people to get stuck in and do a bit of DIY cooking and not only that Shuang Shuang is certainly not on the expensive side.
Get down to this joint and show everyone your Shuang 😉