|Individual pot with spicy and mild broth|
The waiter will ask you what kind of pot you want. You can either get an individual small pot or you can share a communal large pot with your friends. Either way, you can choose between spicy broth, mild broth or half-and-half, as shown above. What I like about Little Fat Sheep is that their broths have very intense flavours that become infused into everything you cook in it. Since the only seasoning and flavouring you'll have for the food is in the broth and in the dipping sauce, it's important to have a great-tasting broth for hot pot.
|Plates of lamb|
|Bubble, bubble, toil and trouble...|
Price - $$
Prices are around $15 for lunch and $20 for dinner (before tax and tip). I think these prices are fairly reasonable, especially for AYCE. Be sure not to have too many leftovers, though, or they'll charge you extra.
Final Grade: B+
I've been to a few hot pot places, but Little Fat Sheep is still my favourite. I like the fact that you can choose what and how much foods to put in. The ingredients are also fresher than the ones at a rival hot pot place in Chinatown with a similar concept. I just have one warning for all those who want to go: the smell of hot pot will stay in your clothes and hair until you wash them and shower. You might want to stay far away from people if you're taking public transport to get home after. :P
And because I'm evil.
|Little Fat Sheep|