The food may be great; but I would't know it. Ms 9 and I got there for lunch about 12:15. Quickly seated by the hostess, who retreated to her booth. 2 tables occupied. We were in a window seat in the bar and had the pleasure of watching the bartender open a bottle of wine and the hostess read a newspaper. This went on for 20 mins; by which time we got up and walked out.
So no little Q for us.
Maybe I need to see Scotty the shrink..:) I have a 30+ bias against hot pot. In my teens, a few friends went to 1 of these places in NYC. It was a new concept to the US..and only chopsticks were offered. ! friend who'd just been to Japan managed to eat all the good stuff with his chopsticks before we were able to obtain forks. I think I got a few vegetables. All wasn't lost because we continued to CTown and ended up at Ratners...but my luck with hot pots continues to be subpar.