Return to De Tasty: Rain Drop, Hot Pot

After this experience at De Tasty Hotpot, it has become my favorite sit-down restaurant in Collegetown. The food has great flavor, and hotpot itself is an exciting and unique experience.

Timeless Asian Snacks: Best Excuses for Your Candy Cravings

Chinese kids didn’t celebrate Halloween when I grew up (most of them still don’t), so God realized we needed some other excuse to eat candy. My frugal parents, and their parents before them, saved all their candy boxes to store sewing supplies, ensuring that the memories associated with those candies would last many generations.

De Tasty Hotpot: The Search for Authenticity

De Tasty is definitely a little pricier than other restaurants in the area, and I ended up spending about $16 on just myself. But I would recommend it to anyone, and I can’t wait to visit again to try the hotpot. If you’re looking to leave behind boring Americanized Chinese food and have a small taste of something more authentic, then De Tasty is the place to go.