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Six hounds gathered for a chowdown at Boiling BeiJing. The menu is quite extensive and encompasses Beijing specialties, Sichuan dishes, and several pages of Chinese American dishes.
A very helpful waiter helped us wade through the expansive menu, suggesting well based on our stated tastes. The dry pot with pork intestine was suggested by at least two staff members, but our group wasn't excited enough about it.
To the best of my memory, we ordered:
Hot and numbing shrimp hotpot (served as a dry pot, in a wok over a sterno burner)
jian bing guo zi
cucumber in garlic sauce
dumplings in hot oil
Beijing braised pork
husband and wife "sliced lung" listed as combination beef in spicy oil
dessert mochi and a pumpkin-based pancake
I feel like I'm missing something, please fill in missing dishes and details, fellow chowhounds. The company and the meal were quite nice.
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