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Steamboat and Barbeque At Thai Mookata, Ipoh


This combination will be nice for cooling evenings... most of the evenings now in Ipoh are wet, raining, sometimes heavy and sometimes light.  Heard there were flashfloods in many parts of the states these days.  All these years weather nearing to Chinese New Year are normally hot and humid.  Maybe this year, there is a change of weather... I did not even switch on the air-con for the past few days, the cooling wind helps me to save a bit though not much...

There is one Thai steamboat in Ipoh Garden East and we went there to try it out one evening.  For seniors over 60, there will be a discount, if not mistaken, normal rate is RM29 and for seniors, it is RM20 or RM25.  So seniors over 60 has a smaller space in the stomach?  LOL...
It is called Mookata.. wonder what that means in Thai.. 
Buffet style.... 
We ordered Tomyam on one side and clear soup on the other.... 
The fried stuff on one section.... 
For BBQ, we were given some lard to start off with .... 
So that the meat don't stick too much to the pan.... 
The side condiments.... 
For the meat lovers.... 
And seafood too... 
Can take as many times as we like but make sure we finished them all..
That was our steamboat and BBQ dinner on one cooling evening.... 


  1. So did you all finish up everything? Not that seniors over 60 has a smaller space in the stomach but most seniors over 60 want to live longer so they do not dare to overeat! LOLx!

  2. I like places where they have concessions for warga emas.

  3. It's always rain in kuching. Steamboat is my favourite. I loved drooling your food pics.

  4. nice all the liew for the steamboat. You know, some seniors can really eat lah. LOL!

  5. I have not seen anything like this here! It is lovely.

  6. In Thai, Mookata means Pan Grilled Pork Meat.

    I have updated and posted my friend's photo on your request. I might remove it soon.

  7. Always pass by this establishment but have never ventured in to try


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