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A Secret Place At The Red Inn Hotpot, Ipoh

LOOKS MORE LIKE A SECRET PLACE...

When my friends invited us to go "survey" a new place in old town, my sister and I were all for it.  Steamboat or hot pot, whatever they call it these days.  Located at the corner of Jalan Sultan Yussuf, the name of the place is called Red Inn Hotpot.... and it definitely did not look like an inn at all!  From outside, there is just a wooden plain door, not painted red or anything.... if any other passerby, this corner shop lot looks like an abandoned shop lot.  I should have taken the photo of this "un-impressive" entrance... and it was totally different when we entered... everything looks impressive!
We ordered these... 
With two types of soup... tomatoes and herbal soup...
We prefer the latter....
Like the way they decorated this...
ooopss....someone's hand is getting ready.... 
Free flow of condiments 
Not too bad... 
Something different though the price is a bit steep... 
Can come back for other entre next time... 


Comments

  1. Went to a hotpot place the other night but it wasn't a steamboat. Post in my blog coming soon, after all my Kuching posts.

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  2. The interior is gorgeous! I like hot pot once in a while.

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  3. Impressive set up. Look like gpne back in time. Lol. Haha. They use the Barbie doll for presebtation. Cute.

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  4. The interior decor looks very oriental with the pi pa lady.

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  5. Now steamboat is very popular. I wonder how much this meal costs. Good that all of you enjoyed it so the price is worth it.

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  6. Heard about this place but never been to try. Hot pot is popular these days.

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