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Little Sheep Mongolian Hot Pot in Flushing

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  • DannM Mar 28, 2012 09:50 AM
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Last week, I was walking down 37th Street between Union and Main Street and saw that Little Sheep Mongolian Hot Pot is opening up on 37th across the street from the municipal parking lot. The exterior looks to be completed (signs, logo). The windows are covered with paper so i couldn't see inside. I went to Little Sheep's web site and it says a New York location is coming soon. I'm looking forward to it. Hope they open soon because I love hotpot.

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  1. that'd be nice, they generally have pretty decent hot pot even though its a massive chain

    1. I walked by yesterday. They were holding a private party inside. There was a sign posted on the door that said tthey were closed yesterday for the party but that they were opening up to the public today.

      1. Does anyone drink the broth at these places? I have seen some people mention they do.

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        1. re: frankie5angels

          ehhh not really, i mean you can, but it gets kind of gross towards the end as so much fat has been rendered the flavors start to get muddled from the various meats and vegetables etc

          1. re: Lau

            Depends. The right broth and a careful selection of ingredients can mean a really tasty soup. I have yet to find any thing in a restaurant here that I want to take home, but my friends and I will sometimes drink the broth as a break from eating or as the soup (liquid refreshment, refreshment seems to be the wrong word) part of the meal.

            How does the NY location compare to the others?

            1. re: mookleknuck

              i dont think this is a real branch of xiao fei yang, but rather one of those fake ones. i think i only ate here once a long time ago and i cant remember how it was (or wasnt)

              1. re: Lau

                That sounds like all I'd need to know. Thanks! Mongolian hot pot isn't one of my favorite styles anyway.