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Sunday, 28 October 2012

Sunday Steamboat @ Restaurant Hooi Kee

Food Rating             :         4.5 stars
Value for Money      :         5 stars
Ambience                 :        Nice and 'lau juak'
Kopi O Rating          :        Not applicable, suggest to order few bottles of beers

Closed on Mondays

If you are working in the mainland or living there, then I guess you can go there any day.   But for me,  weekend will be the best to beat the jam.  Start your journey around 6pm, arrive at 630 to 7pm when there is no crowd yet and enjoy ...
You get to choose from a choice of 3 soup bases clear soup, tomyam or yam soup

Pork balls and fish balls all taste good.
Fish and crabs are all fresh, fresh, fresh.
Really good value for money. 

All these is the RM 100 set, check out the crabs with roe

Free flow of garlic oil, chilli sauce and little chillis

This is a teow chiu delicacy, side order made of brown sugar and yam.
Must order !  The meal is not complete without it.

Foodie's choice - Yam dessert above with beer
Steam boat - yam base soup is highly recommended

Foodie's tipMust go early to beat the jam
Never try weekdays, you will be stuck on the bridge

The place becomes more and more crowded as it gets later

1 comment:

Wong Pow Long said...

I been to this restaurant before and it is one of the great steam boat restaurant that i should return to enjoy the food.