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Tuesday, March 19, 2013

HoShi Steamboat Restaurant (好食火涡) at Taman Impian Emas, Skudai - Johor.

HoShi Steamboat Restaurant (好食火涡) (N1.54174 E103.68700) is located along Jalan Impain Emas 5/6, Taman Impian Emas. Which is just 2 doors next to the Blue Bell Budget Hotel beside Petronas Petrol Station.

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It has a very simple deco in the shop and with total of about 10 tables...
This was our first time visit this restaurant because of attracted by the soup which is cooked with 8 types of different steamboat ingredients without MSG!

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We took the 'standard' serving which is in the photo below. You can have a option not to take the standard serving but replace by the A La Carte menu.

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Standard serving for 2 person - RM34.00

The seafood was fresh and they are serving sea prawns and fishes.
This was one of the Steamboat Restaurant with Full of variety compare with others that I visited before!

They have more than 50 different serving from a simple noodle till New Zealand Rib Eye slices. I was fortunate enough to captured most of the dishes here, let me share with you...

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All kinds of 'Balls' here which I cannot remember all of them...fish balls, pork balls, beef balls, cheese balls...and etc.

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Smoke abalone 烟熏鲍鱼片

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Streaky Pork 五花肉片

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Sea Fish Maw 鱼鳔

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Pork Intestines猪肚和粉肠

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Pacific Pink Scallops 半壳带子

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Prawns 明虾

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Fish 海鱼片

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Mushroom 金针菇

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New Zealand Rib Eye slices

Beside the cook dishes, they also serve fried dishes like below...

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Deep Fried Dumplings 炸水饺

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Deep Fried Dumplings (Taiwan Style) 锅贴

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Deep Fried Shisamo

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Deep Fired Bean Curd Skin

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Deep Fried Seafood Tou-fu 海鲜豆腐

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Grilled Black Pepper Smoke Duck Brest 烟熏黑胡椒鸭肉

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Deep Fried Fish Head 炸鱼斗

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Deep Fried Squids

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Deep Fried Sea Fish Maw 海鱼鳔

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Stir Fried Streaky Pork with Taiwan Imported sauce 酱炒五花肉 (酱料来自台湾进口烧烤酱)

If all the above still not enough for you, you can have this Ye-Mee 伊面 (Yellow noodle)...

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Ye-Mee (Yellow noodle) 伊面

All the steamboat dishes above serve together with the Standard Special Homemade Chili Sauce, Sambal Belacan sauce and the dried garlics...

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Chili Sauce, Sambal Belacan sauce and the dried garlics

Overall, we like the soup and satisfied with all the foods. I like the A La Carte dishes very much! Especially the Grilled Smoke Duck, Stir Fried Streaky Pork, Shasimo, Deep Fried Seafood Tou-fu and many more...! Honestly, the taste of the foods and the price is really reasonable!
This is One Of The Nice and Reasonable Steamboat Restaurant around Johor Bahru.

We will definitely be back again for so many dishes we haven't try! And hope the vertilation will be better in our next visit...

HoShi Steamboat Restaurant (好食火涡)
21, Jalan Impian 5/6,
Taman Impian Emas,
81300 Skudai - Johor.
Tel : +6016-710 7773 (Mr CK Pang)
Close on every Tuesday

Location map of HoShi Steamboat Restaurant (好食火涡) at Taman Impian Emas, Skudai - Johor.

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