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RE: [chinese-332] Hotpot and Karaoke in China Town this weekend

From: Sue G.
Sent on: Wednesday, January 28, 2009 9:52 PM

Tom,

 

Thanks for the input. However, we already reserved the seats in China town. Move 44 people for hot pot to Chapel Hill for this Weekend probably not a good idea at this point. Also we don���t know if Gourmet Kingdom has Karaoke. Let���s give China town a try, it can���t be too bad as long as we have dual sauce pot, vegetables and meats would be great.

 

If it turns out people like to do hotpot, we can do it more often and may try Gourmet Kingdom next time.

 

sue

 

From: [address removed] [mailto:[address removed]] On Behalf Of Tom O'Connor
Sent: Tuesday, January 27,[masked]:10 AM
To: [address removed]
Subject: Re: [chinese-332] Hotpot and Karaoke in China Town this weekend

 

Sue,

Although a gas pot is preferable, more controllable heat, at home we use an electric hot plate, which works fine. We'll bring it as long as they provide the ��1 cooking sauce. One pot should share fine with 4.

I kind of had a feeling that China Town wasn't as well equipped to handle 𹸠as was The Gourmet Kingdom in Chapel Hill because Amy and I went there for lunch one day, requested it, and were told that they weren't set-up for it...in which case we proceeded to The Gourmet Kingdom, which was wonderful.

Anyway, we'll make do, right?

Tom and Amy



 





--- On Mon, 1/26/09, Cynthia <[address removed]> wrote:

From: Cynthia <[address removed]>
Subject: Re: [chinese-332] Hotpot and Karaoke in China Town this weekend
To: [address removed]
Date: Monday, January 26, 2009, 10:30 PM

Sue,

I just called China Town, not about the discount, we've been very excited about going, I thought the discount would be the extra bonus for bringing in a lot of customers, like we always did, that's all.  Couple of my friends called today and they wanted to go as well... The restaurant said they do have plenty of seats, the problem is they don't have enough pots, so the owner said if we could bring our own pot (either electric or propane) they can seat us no problem. Just an idea to throw out there, maybe we could try to find some pots among us. A lot of Chinese family do have hot pots.

Tom, they do have the mandarin pot (1/2 spicy, 1/2 not spicy) - ����! For the spicy half, you can choose to have either ��1 Ma La  (which is my favorite too) or just the chili peppers.

Look forward to seeing you all there...also, any vegetarians out there?

Cynthia

On Mon, Jan 26, 2009 at 10:03 PM, Tom O'Connor <[address removed]> wrote:

Cynthia,

 

Are the hot pots going to be the separated kind, the kind that has 1/2 spicy? I only ask because Amy and I love Sichaun and Hunan-style hot pot, preferably Ma-La.

 

Thanks,

 

Tom and Amy


--- On Mon, 1/26/09, Cynthia <[address removed]> wrote:

From: Cynthia <[address removed]>
Subject: Re: [chinese-332] Hotpot and Karaoke in China Town this weekend
To: [address removed]
Date: Monday, January 26, 2009, 5:21 PM

Sue,

May we could look for China Town coupons in China Star...I have one coupon in print, it says "10% off for party over 10 Adult Buffet, Cannot combine with other offers. Monday to Saturday available", I am not sure if that qualifies for the hotpot but I will bring it and try it out anyway. Last time we were there we had about 30 people and the owner was willing to give out 10% for a large group through negotiation, maybe we could try calling them again?

Also, I found the raffle tickets today, so we can have a lucky draw...I am working on the prizes now. If anyone has any gift that is related to Chinese New Year and you want to contribute to the group, please email me at [address removed].

Cynthia

On Mon, Jan 26, 2009 at 5:04 PM, Sue G. <[address removed]> wrote:

Hi all,

Looks like our hotpot event is very popular. Please honor your reservation if you RSVP "yes", it's very important for this event, we still have many people interest in joining us for this adventure. We have max out all the hot pot capacity they have, they don't take walk in guest for hot pot this Saturday night.

Correction: We will NOT have 10% discount this time, they changed policy few weeks ago. If this affect your decision, please change your reservation accordingly.

Again the price is $11.95/pot, 4 person share a pot, comes with vegetables(limited amount), rice noodles and white rice if you desire. meat is $3.99/plate, they have pork, chicken, lamb, beef to choose from. Drinks are charged separately.

People share the same pot responsible to the bill of their own pot. You can either pick your "pot partner" before hand or be seated randomly with our members.

Look forward to seeing you all this Saturday!



Sue




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