As the winter nights start drawing in and the weather turns chilly, what better way to warm up then with a glorious Malaysian seafood steamboat feast. Steamboat takes communal feasting to a new level- 2 pots of steaming hot soup (choice of ginseng ginger chicken or spicy tom yam broth) are placed in the middle of table.Platters loaded with seafood, vegetables and fishballs are then brought out in succession and guests are provided with chopsticks and little baskets to scoop out delicious morsels they cook themselves at the table. This is the ultimate in comfort food!
Steamboat - a choice of chicken ginseng and ginger broth or spicy tomyam soup
Seafood- A selection of fresh prawns, scallops, squid and mussels
Fishballs, cuttle fish balls, beancurd, tofu, quails eggs, chicken marinated in shiao shing rice wine and sesame oil
Chinese greens, noodles,egg to finish
A selection of Moochi balls (Peanut, red bean and sesame)cooked in a ginger infused syrup and served with green tea ice cream
Come hungry, leave warm and happy :)
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Great evening & delicious introduction to steamboat
M&O attended in December 2015,
reviewed on 6 January 2016
We had a great evening hosted by Wild Serai. We sat at a table for 8 people, with the steamboat in the centre, bubbling away two fantastic broths of chicken ginseng and ginger and tomyam soup.
The range of platters for the broths were fantastic: fish balls, cuttle fish balls, tofu, scallops, prawns, squid, mussels, Chinese greens, noodles, eggs…… just when you think the platters must be finished, there was more available to add to the broth! We made the best of the feast and tried everything provided. The Crysanthemum tea constant refills were a nice complement to all the spices.
Our favourite broth? This was hard to tell. The fragrance from the chicken ginseng broth was phenomenal but the kick from the tomyam soup was also great.
When the steam boat feast finished, we thought we would not have more room, but Yolanda had made delicious homemade moochi balls with various fillings and green tea ice cream. Somehow we found room to try and enjoy the dessert and left extremely happy after a delicious evening with such hospitable hosts.
Wild Serai responded on
13 April 2016:
Thank you so much for the lovely review! Just logged into the page as hadn't seen it before. Was a pleasure hosting you and hope to see you both again soon :)