• K & L 98 HotPot

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Serves meat, vegan options available. All-you-can-eat style Chinese hot pot restaurant. Choose one of the vegan soups as base, then add whatever fillings you'd like to your pot such as noodles, vegetables, mushrooms, and tofu. Ha fruit bar as well. Open Mon-Fri 12:00pm-12:00am, Sat 3:00pm-12:00am, Sun 3:00pm-10:00pm.

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5 Reviews

First Review by SaraF


Points +994

01 May 2023

If I could give five stars I would.

This is truly a different kind of experience, an outlandish event really. I can’t explain it but there’s food on a conveyor belt most all of it is vegan. They serve you a vegetable base soup that you put all the vegetables in and it cooks the vegetables. Then you take those vegetables into a cup and eat. It’s a little confusing at first but it’s a lot of fun and we look forward to coming back. Lots of vegan options. There’s a HappyCow sticker in the door which right away tells you you’re in good hands!

Updated from previous review on 2023-05-01



Points +597

18 Sep 2022

Good hot pot

They had 3 vegan soup options that were clearly labeled. Large variety of veggies. Ask them for tofu and they will bring you extra veggie options like veggie dumplings. I mistakenly bit into a fish ball because I thought it was tofu though :(

Pros: Multiple vegan soup options

Cons: Paying the same price as if you ate meat


Points +1073

27 Dec 2019

Great food. Fun experience.

I've never been to a hot pot place with four vegan soup bases. What a thrill! Tons of veggies and tofu options (sliced, frozen, yuba). Helpful staff.

Pros: Tons of different veggies, Fun environment

Cons: Expensive


Points +731

03 Nov 2019

Vegan friendly hot pots in Southern Florida

Ethical vegans beware. Large part of the buffet has meat. They do a good job keeping the vegan options soerate on the buffet. There is a belt that food comes by the table that has 95% vegetables with the more exotic and expensive veggies the pass by the table. Do not miss the number of mushrooms fresh lotus root and taro. The smoked tofu is also a must

I asked for a table away from the buffet so I did not need to sit by the meat.

I loved the individual hot pots which allows everyone to pick their own sauce and ingredients. I love it hot and most times I go to restaurants I need to get food milder than I like so I can share.

Ask for the vegan dumplings. They keep them in the kichen.

Pros: Lots if exotic veggie options., Vegan food is separated on the buffet., 4 vegan bases and lots of vegan sauce options.

Cons: Pricey $26 per person. , Buffet style with large meat section


Points +261

04 Sep 2019

All you can eat hot pot!

4 vegan soup bases, sauce bar with tons of vegan options. Different types of noddles, veggies, mushrooms, and tofu as well as vegetable dumplings. So good!

Pros: Tons of veggie choices , Fruit bar, $12 lunch option not buffet style

Cons: Expensive ($25) but all you can eat

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