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Located smack bang in the heart of Melbourne CBD, David’s Hotpot is the go-to spot for lovers of Chinese and Sichuan cuisine. This hotpot specialist is located on the corner of Elizabeth and La Trobe Streets and boasts a vibrant interior with red, yellow and blue walls, Asian-style decor and a team that are clearly passionate about serving tasty and authentic dishes to Melbourne’s food-loving crowd. Sounds ideal, doesn’t it? You’ll find all your favourites here alongside some pretty enticing signature specials, with plenty of meat, seafood and veggie options, so everyone will be more than catered for at David’s Hotpot. Reservations are essential.
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Amazing food. A little bit noisy and crowded, but that's just because it is super popular. Hoping to get there again!
Good safety measures when arriving with temperature taking and mandatory disinfection of all guests. Food was awesome as usual. Friendly, efficient service. No waiting - restaurant half empty due to the Corona Virus scare
limit time makes us feel nervous when it comes to ending
So, what can you expect from the menu at David’s Hotpot in Melbourne CBD? We’ll start by recommending that you and your crew arrive sufficiently hungry because we can guarantee you’ll be wanting to try as many of the Chinese dishes here as you can. Well, at least that’s what happens when we visit David’s Hotpot. Anyway, if you’re a meat lover, be sure to keep an eye out for dishes including the spicy oxtail and tomato soup; Sichuan chilli chicken or the signature deep-fried pork belly that really gets the taste buds tingling.
If meat isn’t really your thing, David’s Hotpot is a Chinese seafood fan’s paradise. Start perhaps with the spicy seafood soup before delving into dishes such as whole fish ribbon; prawn dumplings; lobster balls and crab meat rolls, while vegetarians have loads to choose from as well. As we mentioned, David’s Hotpot in Melbourne’s CBD is located on the corner of La Trobe and Elizabeth Streets, making it an ideal dinner or lunch choice after a day at work or exploring the best of Melbourne. As you would expect, however, it does tend to fill up so be sure to book ahead to avoid disappointment.