13 Hotpot Restaurants in Manila That Will Warm You up on a Rainy Day

With the rainy season well underway, it’s the perfect weather to look for flavorful and savory dishes that are sure to bring warmth to our tummies.

Hotpot may just be the perfect dish to keep us warm during rainy days since it features savory broth (in many flavors), loads of meat, a variety of vegetables, and even noodles! It’s an all-in-one gastronomic pot of savory goodness.

For your rainy-day food trip, check out these must-try hotpot restaurants in Metro Manila.

Chairman FU Hotpot Bar

Chairman FU Hotpot Bar is said to be Manila’s first hotpot bar. In this elegantly designed restaurant, you get individual hotpots so you can enjoy your hotpot choice just the way you like it! It’s definitely a great choice for those who love flying solo.

The restaurant has a wide variety of broths to choose from, including Sweet Corn and Chicken Collagen Broth, Wild Mushroom Collagen Broth, and Mala Spicy Broth.

Visit Chairman FU Hotpot Bar at 2F Garden Wing, Newport Mall, Pasay City.

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Jiang Nan Hot Pot

Jiang Nan Hot Pot offers unlimited authentic Chinese hotpot. You can enjoy a wide variety of meats, seafood, hotpot balls, veggies, and noodles. They have five kinds of soup to choose from, and you can enjoy their signature Jiang Nan sauce with the unlimited hotpot package.

But, if you’re not interested in a hotpot buffet, you can also check out their set meals.

Visit Jiang Nan Hot Pot at 223 Nicanor Garcia St, Bel-Air, Makati; or 238 Banawe St cor Panalturan, Banawe Center, Manresa, Quezon City.

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Moon Hey Hotpot and Grill

This hip new restaurant in Quezon City offers both unlimited hotpot and barbeque. It’s also great for solo diners because they have individual electric grills and pots for easier cooking.

What’s fun about Moon Hey is that they have a conveyor belt that sends hotpot ingredients right by your table!

Visit Moon Hey Hotpot and Grill at 848 Banawe, Siena, Quezon City.

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One Pot


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One Pot is an authentic Szechuan hot pot with premium cuts of beef and seafood. Of course, you can also enjoy this to your heart’s content with their unlimited hotpot promo.

They’re also known for their cool hotpot mechanism that allows you to lift your hotpot ingredients above the broth so that they don’t overcook while you’re enjoying your meal. Perfect for anyone who loves to savor their food at their own pace.

Visit One Pot at G/F SMDC Shore Residences, Sunrise Drive, MOA Complex, Pasay City.

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Nabe Japanese Izakaya and Hotpot

If you’re looking for a Japanese-style hotpot spot, Nabe is the place to check out. They serve unlimited meats, veggies, and up to 20 soup bases to choose from!

They recently released Asian-inspired soup bases such as jjampong, laksa, and tom yum.

Visit Nabe Japanese Izakaya and Hotpot at Ayala Malls Vertis North, QC; SM Grand Central, Caloocan City; or their other branches outside Metro Manila.

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Sichu Malatang

If you’re a fan of all things spicy, you should definitely check out Sichu Malatang for their mouth-numbing hotpot. You can choose your noodles, meat, veggies, and hotpot balls and pay according to how much it weighs. Then choose your sauce and spice level! And as they say, choose wisely.

Visit Sichu Malatang at Food District, BGC; L1 South Entertainment Mall, MOA; or G/F Double Dragon Plaza, Pasay City.

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Hot Pot Session


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For a hotpot restaurant with unlimited everything, check out Hot Pot Session. Aside from unlimited meat, noodles, and soups, they also offer unlimited side dishes such as dumplings, rice, and tempura, as well as unlimited desserts!

Visit Hot Pot Session at 10 Lilac St., Brgy. Concepcion Dos, Marikina City; LG-10 Estancia Mall East Wing, Brgy. Oranbo, Pasig City; or Level 3 Al Fresco, Robinsons Magnolia, Quezon City.

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Lan Hot Pot (formerly Nan Hot Pot)


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Lan Hot Pot offers delicious hotpot with an out-of-this-world experience. They’re known for their super cool and elegant outer space-inspired interiors, as well as their tantalizing hotpot flavors.

They offer hotpot set meals good for sharing!

Visit Nan Hot Pot at UG/F Ayala Malls Circuit, Makati City; 2/F 8 Missouri Center, San Juan City; or Crystal Corridor, Okada Manila.

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Red House Hotpot

Red House Hotpot offers Taiwanese-style hotpot with premium meats, fresh seafood, and flavorful soup bases. You should definitely try their meat and seafood platter for a feast not just for your tummies, but a feast for the eyes as well!

Visit Red House Hotpot at 2/F East Wing Estancia Mall, Capitol Commons, Pasig City.

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Bijin Nabe

If you want extra health benefits with your hotpot, you should check out Bijin Nabe. This restaurant is known for its collagen hotpot which features imported collagen broth known to help keep your bones, joints, and skin healthy!

Visit Bijin Nabe at 2/F Greenhills Mall, Missouri St., San Juan City; or at Level 2 S’Maison, Conrad Manila, Pasay City.

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Good Luck Hotpot

Good Luck Hotpot is said to be the Philippines’ largest Chinese-style hotpot banquet, so it’s definitely perfect for dining with larger groups. The lavish interiors of the restaurant are sure to make your dining experience unforgettable, too.

They serve a variety of beautifully presented meat, seafood, and veggies, as well as rich and nutritious broth for their hotpot!

Visit Good Luck Hotpot at Nexgen Tower, Pasay City; or at The Fort Strip, 5th Ave., BGC.

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Ganso Shabuway


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Ganso Shabuway is known for serving flavorful Japanese-style hotpot with broth flavors such as Spicy Miso and Wakame Seaweed. They’re also known for offering delicious dipping sauces, premium angus beef, and loads of vegetables (which you can get as a vegetarian shabu-shabu set).

Visit Ganso Shabuway at Greenbelt 5, Makati; Rockwell, Makati; or EDSA Shangri-La, Mandaluyong.

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No. 1 Malatang


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A newcomer in the local scene, No. 1 Malatang, dubbed as “Australia’s favorite Malatang brand”, just opened its first branch in the Philippines last month. The hotpot restaurant boasts of 100 ingredients, 10 noodle options, and 8 soup broths, all ready to be mixed and matched into the perfect bowl for you.

Visit No. 1 Malatang at Level 1 Padre Faura Wing, Robinsons Place Manila, Pedro Gil, Ermita, Manila City.

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