Royal Spice AYCE HotPot

(5 Reviews)
2025 Lemoine Ave, Fort Lee, NJ 07024, USA

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Category: Restaurant,
Address: 2025 Lemoine Ave, Fort Lee, NJ 07024, USA
Zip code: 07024

Customer Ratings and Reviews

  • Dante Van on Google

    (February 16, 2020, 5:48 am)

    The soup base is much more healthier and It’s well-suited to general people, not too salty or too oily. The most important of all—the meat and buffet section is fresh! They don’t have a large selection menu, everything is simple and neat. I tried the new Kimchi flavor and it taste pretty good. We used the coupon for this time, with tax and tip included we paid $30. Definitely would come here again to avoid the headache to prepare hotpot meal at home, LOL this place was surprisingly good, clean and decent environment, plenty of selection for food, can’t wait for the next visit

  • Trisha Chloe Baluyot on Google

    (December 28, 2019, 12:16 am)

    Very clean and spacious restaurant. Amazing selection and variety of toppings and vegetables??

  • Binh Tran on Google

    (June 7, 2019, 1:25 am)

    I live a town over and surrounded by a handful of hotpot places. No offense to Korean style hotpot, the Chinese do it better. Food was so good, I had to be carted out of there, all the way home and straight to my bed.

  • Minhyung Lee on Google

    (June 4, 2019, 6:47 pm)

    This is my first time tried hotpot, as a Korean I never tried Chinese hotpot before. And it was so goood:) I tried spicy broth and my friend ordered non-spicy, and both yummy. Fresh veggies and good quality meat with amazing price!! If you’re hungry, this place might be heaven as it is all you can eat restaurant! Definitely worth to go.

  • Paul Turpanjian on Google

    (May 24, 2019, 12:48 am)

    New and unique, fun restaurant. Authentic Chinese restaurant. Nothing but great things to say from beginning to end. Especially for new place in their soft opening phase, service was friendly, attentive, and on point. Hot pots with different varieties of broth which boils on your table. You cook thin strips of pork, lamb, beef as well as vegetables, shrimp, pumpkin, fish cakes, noodles and more. Broths varied in spiciness. Dessert was nice. Ice cream filled mochi and hot chocolate lava cake were what we had. And they are BYOB, but a block away at Hudson Lights is Linwood Wine and Liquor so you can grab a bottle first. Owners were on hand overseeing and making sure we were thoroughly satisfied and we were! Will be going back with friends soon!

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