Eat from a paper hotpot

Updated: 2015-09-01 11:34


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Eat from a paper hotpot

A paper hotpot is served for customers in Shanghai. Picture taken on Aug 28, 2015. [Photo/IC]

Eat from a paper hotpot

Who would have thought you could make a hotpot out of paper? Well, that's what an innovative restaurant in Shanghai is doing.

The toxic free paper pots can resist temperatures of up to 250 degrees Celsius, and can be used up to three times, the staff at the restaurant said.

Other than the hotpots, most of the furniture in the eatery are made of paper - including the tables, chairs, lamps, and even cash registers.

Customers can take away their empty beverage bottles after the staff make them into exquisite boxes and rubbish bins.

Eat from a paper hotpot

A close-up of the boiling paper hotpot. [Photo/IC]

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