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Archeological evidence shows that the earliest hot pots appeared around the Han dynasty. Diners among the nobility each had a personal pot. The pot was made of bronze, and named "Ran Lu" (Chinese: 染炉). The main part of "Ran Lu" was a stove for carbon burning, with a plate for carbon dust under and a small pot above. Later, during the Qing dynasty, hot pot became popular among the emperors. In particular, the Qianlong Emperor was very fond of hot pot, and would eat it for almost every meal. Later, the Jiaqing Emperor also had a banquet with 1550 hot pots at his coronation. Empress Dowager Cixi was also known to have enjoyed hot pot, especially in the winter months

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Huo Guo Kung Fu

  • 9 Sentul Cres, #02-05 SAFRA Punggol | Map
  • +65 6951 7134

Restaurant Details

  • Daily: 10am - 1am
  • Casual
  • Casual

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