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Chongqing-style hotpot set to spice up Beijing | Updated: 2023-04-03 14:01
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Zhuguangyu Hotpot. [Photo provided to China Daily]

Zhuguangyu Hotpot, a Chongqing-style hotpot chain, landed in Beijing in March, opening three stores simultaneously and bringing the authentic spicy flavor of Chongqing cuisine to the capital.

The decor of the restaurant features six different styles including retro style and Hong Kong style, bringing six kinds of experiences to the customers.

The spicy soup base, which is made with beef tallow alongside Chongqing tea to ease the spiciness, is one highlight of the hotpot chain. The rattan pepper flavor beef tongue, which can be enjoyed after only 30 seconds of boiling, is a must-try. The numb-taste and the crispy taste of the beef tongue is a blast in the mouth.

Liang Xitong, founder of Zhuguangyu Hotpot, said Chongqing-style hotpot is a home flavor for each Chongqing native, and he aims to bring the authentic Chongqing flavor to more places in the country.

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