The Pot's / San Francisco

2652 Judah St 31st street San Francisco 94122
Opening Hours
Sun, Mon, Tue, Wed, Thu, Fri, Sat 17:00 - 22:00
average 2018 votes
Tips from the Net @ The Pot's
Wendy Wu en
So good that I forgot to take pictures! Another all you can eat hot pot place that worth the drive to SF! Lots of soup base options, you must try the thin slice kobe beef and the salty egg yolk bun! GooglePlace - January 2018
Courtney Chin en
The food isn't bad and the place is pretty clean compared to other hot pot places in San Francisco. We had a large group that took up 3 large tables for Christmas, and they asked to put a 1.5 hour limit on us, which we were fine with, but the service was pretty horrible though. I seemed like the staff was servicing other tables more quickly, and we didn't get a third of the variety of stuff we ordered. The only vegetables our table got was a bowl of mushrooms and we never got 3-4 other vegetables on our list. We also only got one bowl of meat until we asked for one other plate later. We originally had about 4 plates of meat on our list. It seemed like they were trying to get rid of all the frozen items with us first. I'm hoping it was only because it was Christmas that the service wasn't great. GooglePlace - December 2017
Larry Shiow en
This is a great all-you-can-eat hot pot restaurant. My kids are discounted or free (based on their height) - there are good selections for them such as green onion pancake, fried donut and sausage. The sauce bar has many options including fresh garnishes like garlic, cilantro and onions. The fried taro and pumpkin could be better, but the vegetables, slice meat, fish and seafood balls are all fresh. It is also nice that they have many TVs that show sports games. GooglePlace - December 2017
lily huang en
The variety was good and the portion was generous. Even though at one point we had dirty vaggies, they quickly put them away. However, if you are not up for trying new things, $36 for a hot pot is barely worth it. GooglePlace - November 2017
BIVAUD Jérémy en
The food was great. 90 minutes all you can eat is enough to enjoy the experience. Make sure to go with people who know hot pot well GooglePlace - October 2017