Steamboat Restaurants in Malaysia – 100 Restaurants
Really good! Fresh seafood from Pulau Ketam ... prawns and abalone were excellent, yee-mee was goooood, and the concept and lay-out of the place was rather unique too.
hAppYHapPy posted tailim.blogspot.com 740 Reviews
Obviously all my buddies were having a jolly good time savoring the lovely steamboat feast on a wet night after a good exercise braving ourselves on the road.
Anfieldyee posted anfieldyee.blogspot.comGood
You can have unlimited meat supply and also choice of your soup (4 types of soup all together). The ingredients may not be much choices but it was healthy with nearly 70% are vegetable ingredients. Besides Steamboat, you can enjoy sushi prepped by the Chef.
nikelkhor posted www.nikelkhor.com 486 Reviews
The restaurant is owned by a Taiwanese, the main selling point is the authentic Taiwanese style steamboat. To retain its uniqueness and to ensure quality is well-controlled, Guo Ma has only one shop in Kulai, without any other branches.During weekends, while people are still coming from all around Johor. The restaurant is super crowded with diners, thus phone reservation is a MUST to secure a seat.
Pohkemon posted pohkemonfooddiary.blogspot.com 197 ReviewsGood
Yu Xiang Crystal Steamboa is consider healthy as crystals are said to help in rebalancing, re-energize and generate natural energy our body. The menu look slightly complicated as all in Chinese wording, so we just order whatever we want without really study on their set menu which is add this add that will get this >..<. End up...the pricing also very complicated expensive!!
The Steamboa Ketam Village @ Desa Parkcity ingredients include home made fresh fish balls (from Ketam Village), and the soup were delicious.
stevenycs posted craving4food.blogspot.com 281 Reviews
The place was packed around 8pm as there were a lot of families which visit this outlet. You can also opt to sit outside to view the park and also a man made lake (coming soon). The environment is really nice.