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Ordered their signature pot and another 沙茶set. Just nice for us two persons, we are very full after the dinner. Soup isn't the very flavourful one, quite bland. I like the sauce selections. It is a good place to go if you want a quick and cheap steamboat. Signature pot was RM18.90 and 沙茶set was RM14.90 but the portions seems to be the same.

Fei Fan may be slightly more expensive than Sukiya, but unlike the latter it has homemade meat balls, pork slices and even pork innards for those who love them! Soup bases are also different, more geared towards Chinese flavours. Definitely one of my go to hotpot buffets. Do remember to make a reservation though, because it’s gained so much popularity that it seems to be completely full every night, even on weekdays.

Despite changing its name from Xiao Long Kan to Xiao Long Xing Jiang Hu, the food is still pretty great. Must orders for me are usually the HK fuchuk roll, the shrimp paste, meat slices and rose meatballs. The mushroom soup here is also significantly better compared to the likes of Hai Di Lao and the original Xiao Long Kan. However, the price is not so great here if you have a large eating capacity, prepare to spend a lot here!

Their sukiyaki hot pot (RM21.90) is me and my family's favourite pot. Huge serving of vegetables including soybean sprouts, cabbage, mushroom, pork shoulder, etc is included in the set with a side of carb of your choice (yee mee, rice, vermicelli noodle, instant noodle). Super flavourful and savoury japanese sukiyaki broth, when the ingredients are cooked, all the essences of veggies and meat adds another depth of flavor to the broth. They also have a variety of sauces at their sauce bar which you can diy your own sauce to suit your own palate.

There is nothing much I can describe about this meal but super worth the wait! Their tomato based soup is my favourite one, with a huge selection of ingredients that you can order and add into your pot. Personal recommendation: must order their frozen tofu (凍豆腐), flying noodle, pork shoulder and prawn ball (蝦滑). The service there is extraordinary, unlimited snacks, fruits and drinks for you while waiting in the queue. The price range is about rm60 per person which to me is not bad at all.

🍲🍲🍲 Red Inn Hot Pot offers great value for money with premium ingredients and tasty soup bases.

For RM78++ per pax, you get to enjoy 4 soup bases per pot. Choose from: .
1️⃣🌶️🌶️🌶️ mala (additional RM20)
2️⃣🐖pork bone
3️⃣🐚superior clam
4️⃣🍅fresh tomato
5️⃣🌶️laksa
6️⃣🍭sour and spicy

We tried all their soup bases except for mala (no one was feeling it that day). My top choice would be the laksa soup base - it was very fragrant and similar to Sarawak laksa.

The superior clam soup was also good as we were able to taste the clam's essence. The tomato was the least favourite as it was too sour and thick.

Selection of ingredients were great: pork slices were of good quality and sliced thinly, and the seafood was fresh and of a decent size.

Our favourites include the Iberico pork slices, handmade fresh shrimp paste, bursting meatballs, fresh tiger prawns, and scallops.

We enjoyed the cozy atmosphere; karaoke rooms are available at the premise and shaved ice was also part of the buffet deal.

We definitely recommend this place! Open daily from 6.30pm-1am.

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This world-famous hot pot brand is known for their excellent service (yes, get a manicure while you wait) and delicious food. Start with the soup – the Sichuan Spicy Hot Pot (from RM11) is a crowd-favourite. To fill the pot, order the Fish Ball With Fish Roe (RM15), Pork Belly (RM22) and Haidilao-flavoured Beef (RM32). On sides, Burppler Calie Tang recommends the juicy Pork and Chive Dumpling (RM6) and the Deep Fried Mini Buns (7), which she says tastes even better when dipped in condensed milk. Pro tip: We hear the wait is still long, so make a reservation at least a month in advance, OR come at odd hours – they’re open till 3am!
Photo by Burppler Calie Tang

Plan your next family gathering over fresh seafood and steamboat at this humble Chinese restaurant. Order the delectable Steamboat (RM19.50 per pax) which gets you the usual meatballs, beancurd and more. You can choose between a tom yum or clear soup, but the community prefers the latter for its well-balanced flavours. Though pricey, Burppler Rueann Dass highly recommends getting the signature Crab Mee Hoon (from RM50). “The dark soy sauce envelopes the thin vermicelli while fresh crabs chock full of roe fight for a place in there.” Sounds just heavenly.
Photo by Burppler Rueann Dass

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We got this free for folding 20 cranes. Yay. Texture was smooth. It was good that we ordered another portion.

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