It’s hot pot with a twist at HIPOT—each diner gets their own little mini-pot to dunk their food in. We went at dinner—bustling but not crowded—and had the 1,000-year-egg and Chinese parsley soup base, which was tasty (though hardly orgasmic), and cheap. In fact, everything is pretty cheap with every dish you drop into the pot ranging from $8 to $38 (with 40 percent off after 9pm). But be aware you get what you pay for—which is to say, everything is of adequate quality, pleasant enough for a filling meal. If you happen to be schlepping out to Kwun Tong to see a movie that’s only playing in the Palace APM cinemas, well, HIPOT is the perfect spot for that after-movie meal.