Eat beat: Four Seasons Hot Pot and Dumplings

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The Chinese hot pot starts with a base of your choice and allows you to put in the ingredients you desire to create your own soup. This dish is one of 4 Seasons Hot Pot and Dumplings popular dishes. (Cara Wade)
The Chinese hot pot starts with a base of your choice and allows you to put in the ingredients you desire to create your own soup. This dish is one of 4 Seasons Hot Pot and Dumplings popular dishes. (Cara Wade)

Authentic traditional Chinese hot pots and dumplings are the signature dishes at Four Seasons Hot Pot and Dumplings on University Avenue. All dumplings and noodles are handmade from scratch to give the best quality to customers.

The hot pot has been a tradition in China since before A.D. 600. Traditionally the hot pot was only used in winter, but it has now become a year-round favorite.

Hours and location

Four Seasons Hot Pot and Dumplings is open from 11 a.m. to 9 p.m. Monday–Thursday and 11 a.m. to 10 p.m. Friday and Saturday. It is closed Sundays.

It is located at 236 N. University Ave. in Provo.

Prices

Dumplings begin at $6.95, and soups begin at $7.95. The all-you-can-eat hot pot is $9.95 for lunch and $13.95 for dinner.

Popular dishes

The all-you-can-eat hot pot is the most popular option at Four Seasons. Each pot comes with a choice of two different soup broths. Mild and spicy choices are offered well as meat and vegetable to add to the hot pot. The meat and vegetables are added to the broth and can be added to the pot throughout the meal. Th all-you-can-eat price also includes drinks and dessert.

The many varieties of dumplings are also popular, though they must be ordered ahead of time due to increasing demand.

Interesting fact

The owner, Yongjun Wang, is originally from China. He came to Provo when his daughter attended BYU. Wang has been serving hot pots and dumplings to people in Provo for eight years.

What the owner said

“Please come and enjoy traditional Chinese food. It’s good,” Wang said.

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