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Dragon Hot Pot Russell Street

This Malatang hot pot chain's CBD outpost is open 24/7.
By Libby Curran
September 08, 2020
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Dragon Hot Pot Russell Street

This Malatang hot pot chain's CBD outpost is open 24/7.
By Libby Curran
September 08, 2020
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UPDATE: SEPTEMBER 8, 2020 — Dragon Hot Pot's ten Melbourne outposts are currently closed for dine-in, but, thankfully, they're bringing the hot pot to locked down Melburnians. As part of the chain's at-home offering, it's delivering DIY hot pot kits and Tsingtao beers to 200 Melbourne suburbs. Plus, it's offering free delivery on orders over $50 for a limited time.

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Thanks to local chain Dragon Hot Pot, fans of malatang can get their hands on their favourite Sichuan-style street food at nine different locations across Melbourne.

Heroing the popular Chinese cuisine that's essentially a customised hot pot for one, Dragon has outpost in Box Hill Central's North Precinct and within QV Melbourne in the CBD, as well as Russell Street, Elizabeth Street and Swanston Street in the city.

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The hot pot location in on Russell Street is offering the same pick-and-mix scenario as its siblings, but with one major difference: it's open 24/7. When you visit, you can select fresh ingredients from over 100 different options, with each choice priced per 100 grams. You'll need to clock in at a minimum of 400 grams ($13.50) — though, with a dizzying array of meat, noodles, seafood, offal, tofu and fresh veggies, that's probably not going to be a hard task.

To match the wide range of add-ons, Dragon Hot Pot offers five different flavour-packed base stocks, including the signature Ma La Tang number, a thick, rich stock made to an ancient Sichuan recipe, cooked with over 24 varieties of wild herb sourced from China's Mount Emei. Of course, diners also have a choice of spiciness, with four levels ranging from mild, to the fiery 'dragon hot'.

Images: Griffin Simm

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