Mala Hotpot Restaurant Gives Customer 1 Free Piece Of Meat For Every CM Short Of 175cm
Have you been mistaken for being a secondary school student even though you have been working full-time for years?
Ever been teased because of your height and wished you were taller?
Worry no more, for this mala hotpot restaurant in Taichung, Taiwan will get rid of that thought.
Ai Shi Guo Mala Hotpot (愛食鍋麻辣鴛鴦) is having a unique promotion where patrons get a slice of meat, free, for every cm short of 175cm.
1 free slice of meat for every cm short of 175cm
The promotion is pretty straightforward. If you’re 150 cm tall, you get 25 complimentary pieces of meat.
This lucky customer received a whole platter of free meat, look who’s having the last laugh.
Several soup bases to choose from
Ai Shi Guo specialises in yuan yang hotpot, which allows customers to choose between two soup bases.
The soup bases available include:
- Chicken and pork bone broth
- Hot and spicy
- Lamb bone marrow
- Meat with pickled cabbage
- Pumpkin milk
Previous promotions they have run include mala hotpot with the soup concentrate shaped like a bear.
Minimum charge is S$30 (NTD688) and each meal is limited to 2 hours.
They offer beef, pork, seafood, tripe, and more. You can view the full menu here.
Available at all 3 Ai Shi Guo Mala Hotpot outlets
The promotion is valid at all 3 Ai Shi Guo outlets till the end of this month.
Here are more information on where they are located.
Address: No. 297, Yucheng Road, Zuoying District, Kaohsiung City, Taiwan 813
Nearest metro: Kaohsiung Arena Station
Address: No. 57, Dadung 20th Street, Xitun District, Taichung City, Taiwan 407
Nearest metro: N/A
Address: No. 252, Xintian Road, Qianjin District, Kaohsiung City, Taiwan 801
Nearest metro: Central Park Station
A brilliant promotion
Kudos to the folks from Ai Shi Guo Mala Hotpot for coming up with such an innovative promotion.
Do you know anyone who’d be able to have a meal just by having the free pieces of meat given as part of this promotion? Tag them in the comments below.
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