Hot pot that goes beyond suki, shabu and jimjoom
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Pot Ministry goes beyond suki, shabu and jimjoom. Here, they offer four different types of soup, taken from the favorites of each region in Thailand.
The Northern soup is derived from tom naem, the Southern soup from gaeng lueang (yellow turmeric soup), Northeastern from jaew hon and central Thailand from gao lao (brown beef or pork clear soup with herbs).
Sets of meat and vegetables are paired accordingly with each soup, including the likes of the Australian beef set (B950) with the gao lao soup, and the seafood set (B2,500) go with the gaeng lueang soup.
On top of the hot pot items, there are other regional dishes like sai oua (Northern-style sausage, B130) and Southern dried shrimp chili paste (B250).
After the meal, they serve a choice of complimentary desserts from taosuan (sweet mung beans porridge) with coconut milk ice cream, toast with Thai icy condiments and ruam mit (syrupy treats on ice).
|Address:||Pot Ministry, 8/F, Emquartier, 693 Sukhumvit Rd., Bangkok, Thailand|
|Open since:||April, 2015|
|Opening hours:||daily 10am-9pm|
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