Where did I eat?
Morals Village Hot Pot at 4540 No. 3 Road in Richmond.
What do they specialize in?
What was the vibe?
Modern, exclusive, upscale.
What did I eat?
I was invited to a special tasting for Chopstick Fest.
- I really liked both of these broths because they were flavourful, but they didn’t complete overwhelm the taste of the food cooked in it.
- The preserved egg had tons of cilantro in it which gave it a fresh, light, flavour.
- The pork bone broth was more rich and had a fatty meat flavour to it.
Wagyu Kobe Beef
- This isn’t something I could normally ever afford to get so I was so happy that we got to try it.
- The tenderness of the meat is mind-blowing. It is truly perfection.
- The meat only needs to be cooked for a few seconds because you definitely do not want to overcook a slice of this.
Angus AAA Short Rib
- This wasn’t quite as epic as the wagyu, but it was still very good and much better quality than normal meat you would find at other hot pot restaurants
- There was a good amount of fat marbling and the meat was still tender once cooked
Beef balls with cheese, pork balls, shrimp balls, and fish balls
- Meat and fish balls are always one of my favourite things at hot pot
- I sampled one of each and really liked them all
- I was intrigued by the beef balls with cheese because I have never seen that before but I didn’t notice any cheesy flavour while eating it.
Deluxe Seafood Platter
- The platter had crab legs, spot prawns, oysters, abalone, and grouper
- My favourite thing was the spot prawns which were fresh and delicious
- I don’t really like a lot of cooked seafood in hot pots because I find it hard to eat and I don’t like the texture it gets so I didn’t sample the other items.
Disclosure: I did not pay for my meal.
Morals Village provided the most decadent hot pot experience I have ever had. The food quality is all top notch, but it comes at a high price tag.