If there's one steamboat chain restaurant in KL you should know, that has to be Coco which started out in Cheras.
Not only their branch at Old Klang Road is the largest steamboat restaurant I have been to, Coco is also attributed with being the first in the country to have created the Pork Bone broth.
Streat Thai is one of the busiest restaurants in Jaya One for a good number of reasons. While its pork free menu may not please everyone, it certainly appeals to most diners. Food is affordably priced and not to mention the atmosphere is always lively and vibrant.
Since their inception in 2013, Xiao Lao Wang Hotpot has relocated twice. They started off in Sungai Buloh, moved to Damansara Uptown and now they are operating in Jaya One.
Their hotpot sets consist mainly of real, natural ingredients and it's only accompanied by a handful of homemade meatballs. Live prawns are the highlight, as you can see they are larger than usual and taste sweet, succulent and firm to the bite.
Impressed with the food at Senthai & Mookata, we returned shortly the next day to try their Thai barbecue and steamboat. But let me preface by saying that both their mookata and steamboat are excellent (as we hoped) and the ingredients served were high quality and fresh.
For those who haven't been to B & Best, you should know that a bowl of seafood noodle with Long Dan (Estuary Grouper) alone would set you back at least RM40. So always clarify the price first before heeding the recommendations for their specials. Economical choices are available, as their fish ball noodles are priced at RM6.