Popo Steamboat & BBQ cafe @ Kepong


Popo Steamboat & BBQ cafe at Kepong might have a real cheesy name to begin with, but this mediocre-at-first-impression steamboat has a fantastic ambiance created by many pendant bulbs and pretty lighting at dusk enters nightfall.


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Mixed combinations of steamboat ingredients are compiled in sets according to the number of diners. Popo Steamboat Set (RM 16.90 for 2 pax) puts together standard mix of vegetables, assorted balls, noodles, eggs, tofu, and some seafood.


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5. popo steamboat


Additional add ons are priced reasonably with assortments including Sliced Pork (RM 11.80), Sliced Lamb (RM 13.80), Tong Hou (RM 7), Handmade, Mushroom Ball (RM 7.20), Sliced Fish (RM 15), Shimeiji Brown Mushroom (RM 7), and Silky Beancurd (RM 3) .


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When eating steamboat, we know the soup choices are equally crucial to complete a delightful steamboat experience. We settled with half and half Pork Bone/Tomyam Soup (RM 18). Alas, neither one was impressive or memorable but blissfully enjoyable with good company.


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Popo Steamboat is located at :
No. 12 Jalan 7/32 A, Batu 6 1/2,
Off Jalan Kepong 52000 KL
Tel: 0198282118
Opening Hours: Tue.-Thu. 17:30-22:00, Fri.-Sun. 17:30-23:00
GPS: 3.204906, 101.648468
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/poposteamboatcafe


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7 Responses to “Popo Steamboat & BBQ cafe @ Kepong”
  1. agentcikay says:

    I love their deep fried bean curd skins.. and the pork bone soup. The bomb!


  2. Choi Yen says:

    Tried twice, nothing really memorable for the food but I like the al-fresco dining atmostphere provided if weather is not too hot 😛
    PS: Is is typo on your pricing? RM16.90 for 2 pax seem quite impossible~


  3. The Yum List says:

    This looks like a very pleasant outdoor environment. I’m used to steamboats that are wedged into the side of streets and hence having to compete with car fumes and drain smells. I think I’d like to give this one a try, purely for the nice setting.


  4. A Not So Secret Admirer says:

    I love those thick slices of fish. They look delicious. Slurp!


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