Ho Ho Steamboat
Steamboat is always my all time favourite whenever the weather is chilly or if it rains. Being in Malaysia, that would mean 2-4 times a month all through the year. So that makes me quite a frequent steamboat-er. In Hong Kong, steamboats are known as hot pot instead of steamboat and people rarely calls it hot pot here. It is actually rather strange cause steamboat is actually a boat powered by steam engine.
There are so many steamboat restaurants everywhere and this time, we are going to look at HoHo steamboat. It is not buffet style so you kind of don’t get to choose your ingredients or amount if you order the set. Ho Ho steamboat have many outlets but I was in the Damansara outlet. This is a portion for two consisting of two pieces of each ingredient.
There are many ways to eat this, some like to dip and cook the raw ingredients as they eat and that of course takes a longer time. Some likes to throw everything into the pot and have everything cook all at one time.
I like the first, but considering the bacteria and that goes into our stomach from undercooked ingredients (thanks to my obsession for food microbiology), I would go with the later. There are add on in the menu and I love this particular ingredient called the QQ seafood tofu. I have yet to find this ingredient in other places. It makes a good steamboat meal because the ingredients are always fresh and the chili sauce is definitely quite some impression. Don’t say I didn’t warn you…it’s HOT!
Lastly, the awesome finish with ice umbra juice to cool the heat and temperature from the pot of boiling soup.
Ho Ho Steamboat is located at :
No. 22 A, Jalan PJU 5/8
Dataran Sunway,Kota Damansara
47810 Petaling Jaya
Locate Ho Ho steamboat on the GPS at Longitude: 101°35′ 43″ and Latitude :3°8′ 56″
Click here to view on map . The set per person is about Rm 16.50 and additional add on would range between Rm 6-Rm 10 depending on what you order. I really want the crab and roe but they were out of stock.