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Monday, 23 July 2012

Ho Kee Steamboat, Puchong

This is another "basi" post. Happen a month ago.
Was wondering what to eat. Not that hungry but....

Well, ding dong ding dong..we end up at Ho Kee Steamboat in Puchong. It was rather late. 9pm plus and yet still many people there. Of course being weekend does not help the situation.


I was a bit "high" as I developed a mild fever that evening.


Papa ordered Steamboat set for two person(RM15/person). Quite a lot.

Mamarazzi ordered extra vege. Water Crest Vege. Too bad as it was a bit bitter. They must have soak it in the water too long as the vege developed bitter taste.


Papa's favourite.

Tauhu Pok which Papa liked but not Mamarazzi. She said oily.

The usual Noodles and bihun with two eggs.

Everything goes into the pot

Mamarazzi loves this. Not sure what its called but there was mince meat in it instead of the usual carrot and cucumber.

As for me...

I liked the "noodles" made of fish paste.

Slurp....

But of course it cannot beat the original noodles.

The Cili sauce was not that spicy which suits Mamarazzi well.  However, the soup/broth was rather salty. Maybe it's due to the soup being boiled long time.

Well, here is the address if you are keen to try out the steamboat there : 01-01, Jalan Kenari 18B, Bandar Puchong Jaya, 47100 Puchong, Selangor.

68 comments:

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    1. MECoy

      Not bad la. Except the soup was a bit salty

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  2. Hi There, Looks like another great dinner out.... We love to go OUT to eat--but only do it on occasion since it can get quite expensive here in the USA. SO---we cook at home most of the time...

    I have an award and tag free blog too...
    Hugs,
    Betsy

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    1. Besty

      over here cost of eating out is getting higher too

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  3. jahat jahat jahat....how cruel is this??

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  4. Ah!!! Got prawns. Oooo...quail eggs!!! I like!!!!

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    1. STP

      I know i know . you like the same thing as WK

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  5. Don't like the noodles made of fish paste. Had that in Sandakan. Tasted like fish cake..or fish balls, not noodles.

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    1. STP

      ya la...supposed to taste like that mah

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  6. Hi SK, hey, how come the eggs biru? Or is it the lighting? Very cheap rgt 15 per person! Looks really delicious too.....
    No sotong, kerang?
    You know, here if say 'steamboat' the people look at you say, "huh"?
    Its known as 'hot pot' here.

    That boy of yours, habis la when dating SYTs, sure mention about food...
    And if girl cannot cook, habis cherita! Ha ha ha.
    Hey, thank Gengis Khan for what you had, ha ha.
    Have a nice day.
    Lee.

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    1. Uncle Lee

      Blue? errr...coz they are cold :p

      must be the lighting lah

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  7. I always like steamboat but it's nicer to prepare your own if you have the time.

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    1. lazy to prepare, Wenn.

      Coz only three person eating. If a lot of people then nice

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  8. Small Kucing is such a lucky boy.

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  9. u make me feel like eating steamboat right now, hehe...

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  10. u make me feel like eating steamboat right now, hehe...

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  11. It has been a long time since I last went for steamboat.. yes, the chilli must be good for steamboat-ing :)

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    1. Claire

      This chili not spicy enough. LOL Butthe liu was good

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  12. i like steamboat!! but so long never been to steamboat lah..

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    1. you should organize pot luck steamboat party for bloggers! All bring 1 dish and Thambee provide the hot pot!

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    2. Ya la, you should organise steamboat party.

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  13. i like the atmosphere and feel that everyone gather around the pot and then "saap harr saap harr" like that.. hahahaha!!

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    1. SK

      ya...especially of go for those buffet steamboat. LOL

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  14. hmmm, water cress if soaked in water too long will become bitter one ah?? oooh, now i know.. you should have told the boss, haha!!

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    1. I never know. I learn something new today from this Meow's post. ;p

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    2. Coz Mamarazzi kena a few times before. Morning soak 8am. then 12pm cook. it was bitter. guess the vege "growing" hence release the bitter taste kot?

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  15. but maybe not the boss who does that lah, most probably the foreign workers he/she hired who soaked the water cress too long..

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    1. SK

      Maybe la. Maybe soak to kept them from layu. But terbalik made them "grow"

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  16. my favorite is the fish paste wanton lor.. and also the shabu-shabu pork slice.. but traditional steamboat shop don't have lah, only those modern shabu-shabu shop got..

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    1. SK

      ya now most syabu syabu shop have this

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  17. normally i don't eat the noodles one, because by the time finish everything and the turn for noodles, i also stuffed till almost reach my throat already, haha!!

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    1. Me too!

      And anyway, I like to stuff myself with more essential (and better value) stuff - prawns, etc than noddles. kakaka

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    2. SK n Lina

      coz the boy doesnt eat much of the meat and stuff in steam boat. he want noodle lor

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  18. i dont normally like steamboat coz it makes me get thirsty for the entire day ><

    ---ohfishiee

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    1. Fish

      hmmm.....maybe the steamboat use MSG?

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  19. Steamboat on a cool rainy day! I want that!

    Haiz... ini Mama kucing make me hungry only lah...

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    1. Lina

      LOL...ya lor...rainy days is the best.

      Haiyo my blog mostly about food la ...how :p

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  20. I had fish head with yam steamboat that day, quite nice~~

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    1. Choi Yen

      the Pot and Bone steamboat ah?

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  21. I tried it before and it is good..
    but normally I don't add on extra stuff.. coz it is very expensive on that way..
    2 person is good enough for me and my wife...

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    1. SP

      we just wanna try try lo. Coz people say this steamboat very nice. But kira ok la. Not that expensive

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  22. Puchong and Sunway got lots of steamboat.
    I prefer those ala carte rather than the buffer..
    those buffer are from those frozen seafood.. not nice at all

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    1. SP

      ya once in awhile eat the buffet ones ok la .

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  23. Steamboat is my favourite anytime! I can eat them daily for 1 week if the stall is really good like the one inside Taman Desa - Pulau Ketam Steamboat.

    Every night you can see lots of Japanese eating there! So it must be good!

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    1. TM

      In Kota Damansara also have one Pulau Ketam Steam boat

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  24. The worst steamboats are the ones that made me thirsty whole night after makan. Suffer! Suffer! Suffer!.....

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    1. TM

      that ones must be full of MSG la

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  25. Steamboat here I come!! Hahaha! It's so easy, just dumped everything into the pot. I don't have to work so hard when having steamboat at home.

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    1. SHirley

      easy ya. And can select what ever vege and meat that we want

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  26. put young Water Crest into steamboat is very yummy, never know soaked too long it will get bitter taste, Thanks for the info.

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    1. Sonia

      welcome. Maybe coz soak long it :grow: back hence the bitter taste?

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  27. I find nowadays, water crest vege is a bit bitter.

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  28. Wah...sedap! Now you make me crave for steamboat liao!

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  29. My mum stays somewhere around Jalan Kenari but I am not sure whether I have seen this restaurant. Seems like not a satisfying meal. I also cannot tahan salty and need really spicy sambal.

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    1. Nava

      the ingredient were ok . only the soup a bit salty. but different peopl different taste la. moreover we went the so late. maybe the soup boil long hence the saltiness came out.

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  30. looks nice leh... long time never had steamboat... hmmm

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  31. Ooh.........I miss Ho Kee steamboat in puchong as well as the la la fried mee noon!

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    1. Chris

      aiya...very good ah? okie will go and try the lala fried bihun

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  32. Good choice. Steam boat is the best as it is not oily and easily digestable. Good for you.

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  33. It looks really yummy and healthy, just that I'll remove the eggs before I eat this..I just don't like eggs for no reason, but I make sure my kids don't miss eating them..

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    1. May


      you can request them to replace the eggs with other items

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