For $40, we're given all we can eat at drink, which includes both beer and Diet Coke, so everyone is happy.
But once we'd picked our boiling broth flavors and selected our meats (Kobe beef and lamb), the whole thing just became a pain in the ass.
This is purely from my horrible perspective, by the way. My friends found it all fun. They were also doing sake bombs.
The novelty of cooking one's own food is exciting. But then the boiling broth is all steamy and hot and it's hard to enjoy the food because you've got to cook it, one by one. Thin slice of beef in the broth, count to 10, dip it in sauce, eat it. Piece of bok choy in the broth, count to 12, dip it in sauce, eat it.
Quite frankly, I found the whole process WAY too much work. And expensive considering we were the ones slaving over a hot stove all night.
No more do-it-yourself. What's the point of having a job if your leisure time involves doing "it" yourself? Forget it.
Although, it was certainly an adventure, Chris and I checked something off our bucket list of activities and Brittney and I eavesdropped on an exciting fight at the next table. So, you know, I'm looking on the bright side...