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Monday, 19 November 2012

Xiao Fei Yang Restaurant, Damansara Utama

It kept raining in the evening over here. Best weather for eating steamboat. Initially, Mamarazzi wanted to have Bone & Pot Steamboat but the restaurant was packed. There were some people waiting to be seated. Lazy to wait la. 

Then Mamarazzi recalled Phong Hong mentioned something aout Xiao Fei Yang Steamboat, hence we changed venue to Xiao Fei Yang.


One glance of the Menu, it seems similar style of ordering as Bone & Pot and Restaurant Harbour Steamboat.

The Soup would have to be paid separately. Mamarazzi opt for non-spicy soup as I can't take spicy soup. This pot cost RM23 but it sure loaded with good stuffs.

 
Thick slices of old ginger and is that ginseng root?  Surprising they put so much in there.




also at the end of steamboat session we took out one bowl full of garlic! No wonder la the soup tasted so good!.

also spotted this "rempah" duno what is it. Anyone knows? Maybe can duplicate the soup at home??? *evil laugh*


 I was very sleepy that  evening....but then the next table came with a boy. Yahoo! I have "friend". Can play liao. Straight "activated" again.


 Attention, STP. Spotted the wordings? .

 Hmmm sterilised but how come have a hole here geh? Papa said nevermind la.

 Our order came in a trolley.

 Hand made noodles.


Needless to say this is my favourite la. 

As for Papa and Mamarazzi, they love the soup very much. Price was a bit higher than usual steamboat but considering the amount of good ingredients they put into the soup....well...no complaints there la.

Here is the address if you wanna try out the restaurant : Xiao Fei Yang Damansara Utama, 40G & 42G Jalan SS21/62,47400, Damansara Utama Tel : 03 77287633





34 comments:

  1. I love steamboat soup at the end of the meal. Very tasty!

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  2. Aiyor....big business, RM1 only, cannot cover kah? Have to charge to customer. And got hole some more!!! Not sterile already lah like that!!!! How can? I thought city folks more particular about such things, we small town people chin chai-chin chai one? Tsk! Tsk! Here, I've been to two places already using that...and both free!

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    1. Business hard to do here la. Too much overhead cost

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  3. Too bad we far far away, if not can go makan makan together... hehe...

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  4. Har..good lah you finally tried it. Yah, they really put a lot of garlic in the soup. I like to eat the garlic...hee...hee....

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    1. hahaha ya lor...last minute recall you mentioned this place

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  5. I drive past the place a lot on the Sprint, but the odds of me going is a bit slim :P

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  6. hahaha!! so cheena lah, look at how they have the cutlery sealed up in plastics!! ooopss, got hole there?? is that an intention?? but then like that no vacuum already woh~~

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    1. all the "hoh liao" in the soup huh?? i have not been to xiao fei yang here.. but then went to those in HK and Shanghai, haha!!

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    2. really no idea what's that rempah.. so dark and then such a close up, cannot see clearly, it's blur..

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    3. must be the machine ter-opps la

      wah...KL one you dont eat ah...wanna go far far away in HK and China ah...

      but the soup taste good la. Must be secret recipe LOL

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  7. Yeah, steamboat keeps one warm in rainy weather. Looks good.

    Btw, linked to you in today's post on unfollowing a blog. Check it out.

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  8. Really a lot of garlic! Everytime I pass by the shop, alwiz see a lot of ppl.

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    1. Adrine

      That night was ok. still have table

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  9. I don't like they charge for the sterilised cutlery >.<

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    1. New more and more restaurant is charging for this and that. Maybe in a few yrs time, will be like HK. Ask for cili padi will have to be charged

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  10. I love the soup!!! Looks so tasty!

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  11. Seriously, that's a lot of garlic! I like adding lots of garlic in my cooking too & they're soooooo good!

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  12. i dont know but those noodles seems pretty huge to me ahaha

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  13. so you have found a new friend so you two have fun? i bet you did

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  14. well i guess that hole there seems suspicious im curious what nay have cause that

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  15. have a great day and happy bloggin again small kusing god bless you all

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  16. I love steamboat and thats looks like a worth the try place. I don't mind paying a little bit more for tasty food.

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