Hong Kong Hot Pot 香港热锅 @ Bangsar

There are a few recommendations by my friend that I should visit Hong Kong Hot Pot (香港热锅) at Jalan Telawi, Bangsar a try, where their ingredients are made fresh along with their amazing soup. I have to agree with most of my friends after paying them a visit.

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Hong Kong hot pot ambiance certainly reflect to those shop in Hong Kong where seating area is very tight, feels like you have to cramp into a small space with tight moving space too.

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You will be handed a paper menu to circle your order into it for a placement order.

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Their herbal tea of the day is rather interesting where Sai Yeong Choy is usually a soup base but the change it to a herbal tea by infusing with sugarcane.

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Love this item as it is a must order where is imported – Hong Kong Bean Curd Roll. to eat this, you just need to dip it for 5-8 seconds where it turn soft like sponge and love the texture of it.

 

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Other usual ingredient to highlight is Hong Kong Yee Mee is also a must order.

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Their In house sauce with variety of flavours available for your liking and I asked them what is the house special sauce mixer where the lady box mixed it for me.

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The main 2 mixer is their “Fu Yu” & ” Jar Chiang” sauce as the base, then add on with their fiery chili sauce and mix along.

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Fresh fish paste that made daily and some of the fish balls that have fish roe fillings in it.

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Soup base ordered “Ma lat” and “pork bone soup” Love both the soup base as it is pack with flavour, both with hint of herbal taste and follow by their own spices.

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Hong Kong Luncheon meat

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Must dip with their sauce as I had 2 rounds of this. It gives you hint of spiciness, with mild fuyu taste and jar jiang sauce give you the salty taste of it. great stuff.

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Their tasty fish ball with fish roe in it.

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Their soup base is by keep adding in their house special pork base for both soup.

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End of the meal, you got a complimentary jelly to cool your body down. Certainly this is a great place for steamboat if you do not mind the service is slightly slow and paying more than other steamboat players, then it is worth to consider as I paid for my meal 2 pax is RM 180.

Items to order: Yee Mee, Fish ball with fish roe, HK bean curd roll

*NON-HALAL

-= Ka Ching =-

Food Rating 8.5/10, one of my favourite shop~ -Stamped-

–Warning– This is based on my individual taste. Try it at your own risk-

Location:
Hong Kong Hot Pot Restaurant
No.39, Lot 109,
Level 2, Telawi Square,
Jalan Telawi 3,
Bangsar Baru,
59100 Kuala Lumpur.

(Located above Tour le Jour)

Tel: 03-2280 0242

Business hours: 4pm till midnight

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5 Comments

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    QiQi
    August 4, 2016 at 2:30 pm

    I just went to this place last night after reading all the rave review. Was very dissapointed. Whilst the ingredients are better than the standard steamboat restaurant, the price is not justified. The service and ambience is also below par even when compared to standard steamboat restaurants.

    For this price range, I’d highly recommend Elegant Inn in Menara Hap Seng, but you need to go with minimum 4 pax to be able to order some of the premium items such as live garoupa (you use the fillet for steamboat and they make salt and pepper fish head & bone).

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      Taufulou
      August 4, 2016 at 3:12 pm

      why are you disappointed yah?

      Have to agree with you that the price is on a very steep side. Will check out your recommendations. Thanks for the heads up 😉

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        QiQi
        August 5, 2016 at 12:28 pm

        I did not expect the seating to be so cramped for a RM50-RM100 per head restaurant. The severe lack of service is also very unacceptable for the price range, there were only 2 waiting staff and 1 restaurant manager/boss for the whole night. The portion is rather small for the price. The condiments were also limited for premium steamboat. They did not have garlic oil, fried garlic and shallots. Soy sauce only served upon request
        All in all I think there are better steamboats in town. Try the elegant inn one. I think it’s the best in town. Just that it doesn’t come cheap

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          Taufulou
          August 5, 2016 at 12:43 pm

          Hi Qiqi,

          thanks for your info. Will certainly try your recommendations which I believe is in Menara Hup Seng, if I google info correctly.

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    Eric
    August 6, 2016 at 1:23 am

    I agree with Qiqi. The portions were indeed small and place was too cramped for comfort. I suppose the music was quite loud as you would be able to hear the patrons of the other table otherwise. The owners were very nice though and provided good service.

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