It has been raining cats and dogs almost every evening which triggers my cravings of having something soupy and piping. Ahhhh, steamboat please!!!
Located at Taman Mutiara Timur, Steamboat Letien is just seated right beside CIMB bank is this restaurant that serve pretty decent steamboat. And one of their signatures is the pork bone soup. However, they highlight that their pork bone soup is unlike those you may find in Hong Kong or Macau. What’s the secret ingredient??? Read on!
Signature Pork Bone Soup (Rm 17.9 per pot)
Their pork bone soup is made of pork bone, radish, Chinese cabbage or nappa cabbage, white pepper and boiled for hours. Finally comes the secret, the evaporated milk is added in to create a creamy white texture. The concept of their soup was quite similar to the XO fish head noodles we used to have, except this was added in the pork bone soup. Quite light and refreshing.
We ordered 2 sets of the set menu and some a la carte items for 4 pax of us. Set Menu (Rm 15.9 per set) came with sliced fish, meatballs, prawns, fish balls, seafood tofu, crab filament sticks, homemade dumplings, fish strips, some fried stuff, egg and noodles.
Special Pork Slices (Rm 7.9)
Homemade Squid Ball (Rm 9.9)
Although expensive, still a must try! Well flavoured and doink doink in texture!
Fresh dumplings (Rm 5.6 for 4)
Vegetables (Rm 6.9)
Fried Stuffed Beancurd (Rm 12) was another good thing. You may have it just like this or throw them into the pork bone soup. Not to forget dipping in their special Green Chili with Ginger Sauce for extra kicks!
Remember to book call and book your table before heading over. The place can be quite crowded at meal time. Or if you prefer walk in, do drop by at around 6pm to secure a table. Steamboat Letien is better than the famous Coco??? Well, I can’t tell as I haven’t really try it out.
Steamboat Letien 乐天火锅专门店
No. 10, Jalan Mutiara Timur,
Taman Mutiara Timur,
(Located just next to CIMB Bank)
Tel: 03-89326695 / 018-2852077
Business Hour: 6pm to 10pm