At Q Restaurant, you will find a combination of Chinese, Japanese, and Thai cuisine. The special element at Q is the Mongolian Hot Pot, which has become a trend all over the world. In the winter season, when chilly temperatures and frigid winds prevail, people enjoy food that instantly warms their bodies and lifts their spirits. For that, hot pot is a delicious and hearty choice. Families or groups of friends sit around a table and eat from a steaming pot in the middle, cooking and drinking and chatting. Eating hot pot is not a passive activity: diners must select morsels of prepared raw food from plates scattered around the table, place them in the pot, wait for them to cook, fish them out of the soup, dip them in the preferred sauce, and then eat them hot, fresh, and tender. They can also ladle up the broth from the pot and drink it.
This is a $100 certificate. Not redeemable for cash. Expires 6/20/2017.