We were invited to the soft opening of Juicy Pot, located in front of 1st Oriental Supermarket on West Colonial Drive.  The restaurant was modern and clean and there was a variety of fresh premium ingredients to choose from off the menu and conveyor belt.  Each booth had 4 personal hot pot cookers.

The unique thing about Juicy Pot is the broth styles here are very Vietnamese influenced – such as the goat broth and the sweet and sour soup style aka canh chua broth.

What makes Juicy Pot stand out from the rest is that it is affordable.  Instead of being all you can eat, it’s pay for what you eat.  Plates are color-coded to represent price points.

How to dine at Juicy Pot:

1. Choose your broth and fresh ingredients from the menu and conveyor belt.

2. Bring broth to a boil and slowly add in all your ingredients.

3. Use soup ladle to move ingredients into your bowl.  Then enjoy!

Grilled scallops from the kitchen.  Perfectly flavored.  So delicious!

They also have boba teas.

Green tea matcha and taro boba tea.

Be sure to check them out next time you are in the West Colonial area!

Juicy Pot
5206 West Colonial Dr. Orlando, FL 32808
(407) 704-4934

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"So whether you eat or drink or whatever you do, do it all for the glory of God." - 1 Corinthians 10:31 - Tiffany is a native of Orlando, Florida. Born and raised in "The City Beautiful" she has witnessed many vast changes to the city since she was a toddler and she is excited for what's to come for her hometown. Tiffany graduated from the University of Central Florida with a B.S. in General Business. One of her long-time dreams came true when her family's restaurant, Saigon Noodle & Grill - Bumby got invited by the Food Network to film an episode of "Diners, Drive-Ins, and Dives" with Guy Fieri and special guest Food Network Star winner Justin Warner. You can follow her on IG at @bytiffanynguyen.