Tuesday, August 2, 2011

Something new

Last Saturday, we went to try out this new place in Seremban 2. I would say something more suitable for couples or teenagers dinning with friends in term of pricing and portion wise. As for a family of 4 like mine, I would say it is a bit pricey. Worst of all, hubby was not full and went for roti canai for supper ! Haha

Some sauces to dip, margarine for the BBQ and some side order.
The BBQ stove in the middle for BBQ-ing meat and a shallow area at the side to boil Udon noodles and vegies.

One of the set we ordered. Price at around RM18 ++ (can't rememebr exactly how much).  

'Phun Choy'. One of our side order. Price at RM40 nett. A bit pricey considering the expensive 'liu' are limited. Bad choice!




Nevertheless, it was a nice experience. I quite enjoyed the BBQ-ing thingy but not hubby's cup of tea. Hubby the typical China apek prefer those 'dai chow' (Chinese stir fried) and must eat rice in order to satisfy his tummy! haha

30 comments:

  1. Something special!

    The phun choy is tempting!

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  2. Mnhl, hey u change the comments application. Thanks ya.

    Now i can type as much as i can....no worried at all.

    I really love steamboat lor...

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  3. ya..now a lot of makan plces not suit for family. More of for paktor and teens :(

    I like Phun choy. Had twice in desa aman puri a fw yrs ago. Very nice. That was around rm45 like that. They put medium sze prawns, duck meat, chicken, oink oink and a few other vege

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  4. eh i oso like to eat such bb style with husb, he likes tat too...

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  5. Hayley ~ The phun choy is not worth it. For such price, they should add in more valuable ingredient.

    Angeline (don't know how to type Jap) ~ I love steamboat too.... but prefer buffet type!

    Smallkucing ~ They target younger generations who are more willing to spent for the environment. Got free wifi too. hehe

    mummy-J ~ Good that you got 'kaki'. My hubby very ah pek style....:(

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  6. the steamboat look just like Bar-B-Q Plaza, the thai steamboat. But the price is cheaper

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  7. Alice ~ Oh yes... I tried that too in Klang Valley area. With a dragon / dinosaur mascot rite.

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  8. oooh, the steamboat+BBQ looks good!!! and at first sight, i thot those mushrooms are abalone, hahahaha!! :D

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  9. Sheoh Yan ~ The taste are ok.... more suitable for younger generations.

    [SK] ~ hahaha.....if abalone, the price will be 3 figures. haha...

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  10. Korean? Japanese? Whatever it is, looks good. Seremban, ya? Must drop by one day... Then I can feature Seremban, Malacca, Johore for a change...not Ipoh, Penang, KL all the time.

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  11. I really don't know, i don't like this kind food,provided it is like a friend gathering or some kind of function where talking is more than food, then sure ok one

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  12. stp ~ Not Korea nor Jap. It is locally made - Malaysian ! haha... Oh yes... Seremban has got lots of yummy food.

    eugene ~ Same like hubby, he doesn't fancy it as well.

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  13. Emm, the name of the restaurant sounds so fabulous. Too bad the food isn't...

    Just for experience :)

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  14. Wow, extravagant pricing but the pun choy really looks good!^^

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  15. wow, the food look good! now you are making me very hungry.

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  16. i also prefer the tai chow.. but once awhile, try new things...

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  17. To me, that's quite a lot of food! I mean should be sufficient for a family of 4. You all can really eat :) The pun-choy looks good. I've never tried it before.

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  18. I have wanted to try phun choy for a long time but I don't think I want to drive to Seremban tho that looks really good. Do you know any good phun choy in KL?

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  19. yvonne ~ haha...nice name ya....

    Alice Law ~ Look only...but the price does not justify with the ingredient

    mommy to chumsy ~ haha... go fill up your tummy now...

    reanaclaire ~ yaya...once a while have to try new things....else, will be left behind.

    Chloe ~ haha....should be hubby is a great eater. Moreover, the Udon noodles are so little.

    Quay po Cooks ~ Try google for KL pun choy. SOrry as I'm not familiar with KL area ; )

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  20. The phun choy look very good and new to me. The BBQ + steamboat also very special.

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  21. Vickylow ~ The phun choy actually taste good. But for the price, it is not worth it.

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  22. Too bad the food wasn't up to your expectation. It does look so mouth watering.

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  23. look new to me ... it is different to others.

    I like more more food display infront of me. Yumyum...

    not expensive le...

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  24. as for me, i prefer soup steamboat coz lazy to BBQ... sometimes the oil will percik... or hair will have smoke's smell...

    the food pun choy in the photo looks very yummy like that...

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  25. Wow... This look very tempting!!! Aloha from Brunei ;)

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  26. Absolutely appetizing. This royal feast was truly a rich cultural experience. It representing the sense of togetherness. I love it. Have great days ahead.

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  27. Mummy Gwen ~ The taste are great but a bit pricey.

    CH Voon ~ I think in Klang Valley have lots of this type of steamboat

    SP ~ Haha....I understand bout the smoke on the hair and on our cloths. But I prefer BBQ steamboat....

    Venie ~ Thks for dropping by. Once a while for relaxing, a great place to enjoy.

    Jane kuan ~ Thks ;)

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  28. i like eating slowly while waiting for the food to cook. But hb hate the idea of bbq/steamboat out there with the boys. Very dangerous he said.

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  29. chinnee ~ BBQ with little kids around not so suitable. Hubby and I have not been eating BBQ steamboat for sooooo long already. haha... now the kids are bigger, at least better to control.

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