99 Favor Taste
Contemporary Asian buffet with sake
Hot Pot · Lower East Side · $$
The Zagat Review
“Unlimited food = unlimited fun” at these “all-you-can-eat” Chinese-Koreans supplying “heaps of fresh vegetables, meats and seafood” you cook yourself at tabletop hot pots or BBQ grills; they’re “open late” and especially “good for groups” , with “vast” , “Chinatown-standard” interiors and “unbeatable” prices, but reserve ahead or endure “a long wait.”
hours Open Today · 11:00 AM - 2:00 AM
11:00 AM - 2:00 AM
11:00 AM - 2:00 AM
11:00 AM - 2:00 AM
11:00 AM - 2:00 AM
11:00 AM - 2:00 AM
11:00 AM - 2:00 AM
11:00 AM - 2:00 AM
location 285 Grand Street, New York, NY 10002, USA phone +1 646-682-9162 website www.99favortaste.com directions Get Directions
Google Reviews
AMAZING experience! The staff was extremely patient and helpful, since it was our first time at a hot pot buffet. The food was fantastic as well--there was a large selection of raw foods to pick from. We each had our own separate hot pot, which I liked a lot better because you can just worry about what you want to eat. I really liked the sauce mixing station (in photo)--they had a lot of ingredients that you could pick and choose from.
Helena Guo · June 4, 2018
My friends and I came here to eat and have a birthday celebration. I highly recommend making reservations in advanced as it can get packed in the restaurant. The prices are very reasonable for an all you can eat hot pot. If it's your birthday (bring photo id), your meal is free! The fixings for the hot pot sauce were extensive and fresh. The meats, seafoods, and vegetables were very fresh and were generous portions. We had a great time. The decor is nice and the noise level of the restaurant is quite loud. You can't really stay to chat after eating as the rest of the restaurant is waiting for your table...unless you have a bottomless stomach. They came by with their monkey mascot to do the birthday song and provided ice cream + oranges for dessert.
Angela H · April 17, 2018
Tasty and fun, be prepared to cook your own food! My only complaint is that literally nothing is in English and the waiters do not explain anything and seem annoyed if you ask, responses were not that super helpful(to be fair they are VERY busy). They really need an English menu that explains the process and I think it would make their own lives easier too. Eventually we figured everything out and if we go back we know the deal, but definitely a confusing experience the first time.
Stephanie Thomas · May 13, 2018