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JB Ho Ho Steamboat For Six

WHAT A CUTE NAME FOR A STEAMBOAT RESTAURANT...  Seems it has opened a few branches across Malaysia but not one in Ipoh as yet.  My sons have been there several times already and they like it.  So this time I would not give it a miss, I must try it at least once!  Since it was a weekday, we did not have to wait long for the food to arrive.....
Friendly staff to take our orders... 
There were six of us and we ordered the steamboat for 3 pax.... 
When it comes to steamboat, red hot pounded chillies must give the "kick"
I must put some into my soup, that's what I normally do.....
While waiting for the steamboat, we ordered some crispy fried fish to savour... 
When the pot finally arrived, some of the goodies were put in...
I like the yam pieces and lots of vegetables....
Slowly does it....
Put in more.... and more.....
Our pot of Treasures.... 
Besides these for 6 persons, we ordered some "extras" too...
I didn't manage to capture the extras... 
All were finished in no time... 
Total cost came to around RM160 with fruit juices and tea... 


Comments

  1. That what i even did to like what you mention, put the chilli into my soup, hehe...

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  2. A little chili makes a lot of difference. I love steamboat but not in this hot, sweaty weather ha ha!

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    1. It was cooling in JB...raining for the past few days...

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  3. I love steamboat, best to have own at home, can buy all the ingredients one likes...and cheaper too that way and right underneath the air con, not so hot. LOL!!!

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    1. Yes, in a way, it is always nice to eat at home...

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  4. Weather so warm now I am the one steaming. Haha. The last time I had steamboat was at home on CNY. Love it. Can buy and eat all you can.

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    1. Yeah I love it too especially in the comfort of our homes...

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  5. I prefer steamboat on a cold day. And that chilli dipping sure contribute some kick.

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    1. Chilli plays an important part... kick! hahaha..

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  6. yea, we hav HoHo steamboat in KL, one is quite near my place....

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  7. I like all the vegetables in your steamboat! Nice! I am very lazy to eat steamboat because got to cook and wait for the food to be cooked and then wait for the food to cool down before we can start eating them.

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  8. My sister loves Hoho, and she was the one who kai-siew Hoho to me.. I went to try few times, normal steamboat, but their QQ tofu is nice.. Price is not cheap, went to eat with hubby and Kz, cost about RM120+.. (coz wana add this that)..

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    1. QQ we ordered two plates... yeah, our bill also came to 160rm..

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  9. Yummy! Yummy time with mummy! My wife and I are regular steamboat fans of any flavours!

    I used to know the original bosses who started off their franchise by the name of "HO A-1 Steamboat" in Cheras and Taman Desa. They got daily fresh seafood supplies from Pulau Ketam which attracted so many diners. That was a decade ago and the name switched to HoHo eventually. I don't know this part of later stories.

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    1. Oh, hope they are the same owners.. or maybe they sell their franchise...

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  10. Ho ho steamboat memang best. The ones in kl also hood. Wah now JB also hv, chris no need to go puchong to eat this lo.

    Their lala n crab fried bihun also very nice

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