Very high class ah, we chinese also have fondue. Summo its so common.
Do you like Chinese fondue?
Also known as Malaysian steamboat?
Chinese Fondue, Steamboat or Hot Pot is prepared by many chinese homes. Its a simple meal popularly served during the Chinese New Year, with a wide array of selections of meat balls, noodles, fresh vegetables, seafood and slices of meat to be dip into simmering stock or added into the soup stock and cook. Imagine on the middle of the table, a hot pot full of raw ingredients cooking and everyone seated at the table waiting to dig in.
Having steamboat is also a good way to share and socialize at the same time. Rainy season and cold weather are perfect for having steamboat as dinner. Agree not??
In recent years steamboat restaurant in klang valley has find its spot in the heart of food lovers and booming fast when they introduce variety of soups and wide choices of fresh ingredients to attract diners. A new introduction of steamboat favoured by Malaccans namely Satay celup only available in Melaka is also popular nowadays. It is MELAKA Satay Celup, MELAKA Steamboat. (Have to stress its MELAKA if not later the Singaporean claimed it to be Singaporean satay celup, siao. Anything Malaysian was labelled Singapore’s origin)
As steamboat is also one of my favourite meal together with family and friends, I find it hard to refrain myself to dine-out at any of these steamboat restaurants as well. The price for a Steamboat can be as cheap as MYR15 per person to as much as MYR50-100 per person depending on the ingredients chosen from varieties of fishballs to wide selections of seafood like prawns, squid, fish, even abalone, vegetables and meat, marinated kampung chicken etc.
Enough said, here’s the photo of the dinner I took the other day at Bone & Pot Damansara Utama.
Soup that we chose. Pork Bone Soup and Pig stomach with pepper soup.
Many selections of dipping sauce/ chilli paste.
All kept in this container. Very hygienic
Oh so delicious – house specialty pork ball. It sell-out fast, we only manage to have 2 order that day.
If not mistaken, these are the cheese balls. Yummeh!!
Fried chicken cartilage. I love this very much and ordered a second serving too.
Fishballs with sea urchin fillings.
Generous fillings!! Hmm Crab Roe fish ball? sorry if its wrong- cannot remember which is which.
Sliced pork, very thin!!
Tofu is a must for a steamboat meal. hehehe
Overall we spend about RM170+- for 5 pax. Although price tag on the expensive side but the meal was good!!!
Its an air-conditioned restaurant btw, more comfortable to eat here actually.Tweet
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