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All-you-can-eat Asian fusion restaurant coming to Mountain View

Uploaded: Dec 26, 2018
For those of us who won't be setting diet-related New Year's resolutions, a new all-you-can-eat Asian fusion restaurant will be opening in downtown Mountain View in January.

Superhot Hot Pot & Korean BBQ is opening at 210 Hope St. in early 2019. Photo by Elena Kadvany.

Superhot Hot Pot & Korean BBQ will serve hot pot, dim sum and Korean barbecue under one roof at 210 Hope St. The space was most recently occupied by Verde Tea Kitchen, which closed in February 2017.

Superheat manager Jay Wang said the entire menu will be an all-you-can-eat model: $29.99 per person for dinner and $18.99 per person for lunch.

The owners are a group of partners who own Chinese and Korean restaurants in San Francisco and Los Angeles, Wang said. He declined to name them.

This post will be updated with an opening date once it's announced.
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Posted by Bobby Choi, a resident of Greenmeadow,
on Jan 1, 2019 at 8:44 am

$30.00 is too much to spend on Korean food even if it is 'all you can eat'. The same can be said for a $19.00 lunch 'special'.

Owner is a Chinese businessman so the pricing is understandable as this restaurant will obviously be catering to American tastes and pocketbooks.

My Korean grandmother concurs. We make at home and save money.


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Posted by let'sgetreal, a resident of Blossom Valley,
on Jan 2, 2019 at 10:06 am

W A Y too expensive!! Count me OUT.



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