Udon, ramen and biang biang noodles. Beef tripe, popcorn chicken and spicy lamb. Quail egg, raw egg. Chinese donuts. Bean curd knots. Tom yum soup. Beef bulgogi.
The all-you-can-eat restaurant at 210 Hope St. in downtown Mountain View, which soft opened in late January, serves not just hot pot but also Korean BBQ and dim sum.
Superhot Hot Pot & Korean BBQ is now open at 210 Hope St. in downtown Mountain View. Photo by Elena Kadvany.
A picture of a menu posted on Yelp indicates there are some limitations, however. For $29.95 per person, diners can order up to 10 items, but the entire party must order the same menu. Don't linger over a long lunch; the restaurant limits meals to 90 minutes and charges $10 per person for every additional half hour. No leftovers allowed.
Children who are shorter than 30 inches, however, only cost $5, the menu states. Children under 45 inches can eat for $14.95.
For hot pot, diners can choose their soup base and then add meats, seafood, vegetables and other toppings. Photos on Yelp also show a long self-serve bar with several kinds of sauces.
The restaurant is, for some reason, marketing its name in the style of well-known clothing brand Supreme. Superhot's signage uses the same color and text as Supreme (red background, white text).
The restaurant is open daily for lunch from 11:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. and dinner, 5-11 p.m.