The rainy season has come around and the weather is starting to get a little chilly here in our Tropical home. Personally, my favourite comfort food on a cold day is a hot bowl of double boiled soup but since grandma isn’t around to baby me, steamboat’s my next best choice. Here’s a list of my favourite places to warm up and gather with loved ones that I’m sure you’d love!
1. Hoho Steamboat Restaurant
Hoho Steamboat has been around since 1999 and of course with age comes experience. Aside from serving up delicious steamboats for nearly a decade plus, Hoho Steamboat is also loved by their customers for their super fresh seafood. Not to mention, the soup base they use is a homemade family secret. Say goodbye to MSG and artificial flavouring because everything is from the heart and with history!
Opening Hours: 3:30pm – 12am daily
Address: No. 19, Jalan Radin Anum Satu, Bandar Baru Sri Petaling, 57000 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.
Contact: 03-9055 4440
2. Dragon Door Inn Steamboat
Dragon Door Steamboat in KL boils their steamboat the traditional way, with charcoal. Situated in KL, it serves the diners the most splendid spicy soup base, among their other delicious soups such as the pork bone soup and herbal soup. Dragon Door Steamboat imports their spices from China and boils it for hours to really make sure the flavour kicks in. Their specialty and the highly raved version of steamboat is the “dry” steamboat named after the character in ancient Chinese folklore – Zu Ba Jie.
Opening Hours: 5pm-12am daily
Address: 18-1, Jalan Manis 4, Taman Segar, 56100 Batu 9 Cheras, Wilayah Persekutuan Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
Contact: 03-9130 1062
3. Coco Steamboat
Coco Steamboat is considered one of the oldest steamboat restaurants around. It rose to fame thanks to its pork bone soup. The best thing about their highly raved pork bone soup is how each and every soup they serve is paired with a large piece of pork bone to secure the flavour in the pot. Fresh seafood cooked in their mouthwatering soup base is what you ought to try!
Opening Hours: 5:30pm-11:30pm daily
Address: No. 25, Ground Floor, Jalan 1/119, Taman Bukit Hijau (within Taynton View), Cheras 56100, Kuala Lumpur.
Contact: 03-9130 1940
4. Citarasa Seafood Market Steamboat
Citarasa Seafood Market is a market-themed restaurant where you get to “shop” for your food based on how you like the freshness, texture, smell etc. of it instead of how it looks on the menu. Here at Citarasa Seafood Market you get to choose an array of fresh seafood such as oysters, crabs, fish, prawns, sashimi and more! Not to mention, you can also boil your own soup base from the ingredients they have for you to fully DIY your own steamboat experience. Special right?!
Opening Hours: 10am-1am daily
Address: NSK Trade City, L 01, L 02, Jalan 1/127, Wilayah Persekutuan, 58200 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
Contact: 03-7980 0874
5. Hometown Steamboat
At Hometown Steamboat you get to choose from an array of soup bases such as clear soup, tom yum soup, fish head soup, herbal Chinese wine soup and more! The highly raved soup base is known to be the signature tom yum soup. It’s apparently even got non-spicy food lovers coming back for more! Aside from just steamboat, they also have a cheese fondue with seafood. The combination of the cheese and seafood comes together in harmony and do a little dance in your mouth so that’s something you definitely don’t want to miss out!
Opening Hours: 5pm-11:45pm daily
Address: 126-0-04, Jalan Genting Kelang, 53300 Setapak Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
Contact: 03-4142 2130
6. Ye Zi Steamboat
In the heart of PJ, you can now enjoy steamboat infused with coconut essence. Yes, COCONUT ESSENCE. How unique! Ye Zi Steamboat provides five different types of soup bases from the original Ye Zi Broth, Imperial Canton Broth and more! These bases are all infused with coconut and brings out a refreshing end note to it. This is definitely not to be missed, perfect for family reunions and birthdays!
Opening Hours: 5pm-1am daily
Address: First Avenue, Bandar Utama, 47800 Petaling Jaya, Selangor, Malaysia
Contact: 03 8605 3388
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