Puchong is another food hub, a serious food hub where all the eateries are populated over here. The very first place I came across this area years back, I find Puchong is the place for steamboat; of those all-you-can-eat types of steamboat.
A latest addition to this food hub is thai style all-you-can-eat BBQ steamboat.
When it comes to steamboat, the first thing that strike into my mind is the broth. Hot piping broth that filled with fresh ingredients; and the broth is the soul for the whole hotpot. We often bump into broth like milky pork bone broth, bitter sweet herbal broth, spicy kick tom yum broth… it is seldom to get coconut broth in steamboat.
Steamboat or hotpot is always our locals’ favourite, especially to be eaten on the cool moody rainy days. What’s important in the hot piping steamboat?! To me, the soup base and the fresh ingredients are my major concerns for every steamboat session. Aside from my favourite rich and creamy pork bone broth, I fancy herbal soup too which I feel it is very wholesome and nutritious. And yes, I found something pretty yummy here.
Golek… golek… golek…
Fancy BBQ but you hate flipping the BBQ skewers all the time?!
Hehe, here is where you should head over because there is this auto skewer machine that will help you with the chores and on and off counter-checked by the staff to assure skewers are ready to be eaten.
When the spontaneous buddies just gave a beep and asked for dinner. Here we were, headed down town after work; gossip, chit chat and eat…
I believe; steamboat or hot pot is one of the locals’ favourites, especially on the cool and rainy weather. We love all kind of ingredients, anything from veg to meat to seafood and to noodles to be placed into the pot of soup; once they are cooked, enjoy. Steamboat is often best enjoy with a huge group of people, just like what we did here in Celestial Court. Contunue Reading
It has been raining cats and dogs almost every evening which triggers my cravings of having something soupy and piping. Ahhhh, steamboat please!!!