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    Tuesday, August 4, 2009

    Tian Xiang Hui Wei Steamboat - Pudu

    Sorry guys... Another food post...

    Celebrated my papa's birthday last week.
    Went to this "Tain Siang Hei Wei" - I donno how they pin yin, maybe they follow Taiwan's dialect pronunciation.
    It was the most expensive steamboat that I have tried...
    RM500 for 7 adults and 3 kids... Heartache till now... T___T


    This is the coupon that I bought...
    Paid RM500 but get RM750 worth of coupon in return - we have already used RM500 voucher that night.


    This is the soup base - herbal soup. The soup itself already cost us RM38. But I think they did not put MSG because I drank quite a lot but I did not feel thirsty after that. One good thing about the steamboat is, the soup is nice, and you do not need any dipping sauce...


    RM500 for steamboat is a bit too expensive... T__T
    No prawns no crabs...
    Only, some fish balls, sliced meat, tofu, yam, corn (one corn costs us RM7!!!), meat balls and some noodles... They claimed this as 养生(healthy) ...

    Since I still have some coupons left, will go there again - probably for the last time...

    Note: 10% of service charge and drinks need to pay by cash... The vouchers only can be used for food...

    18 comments:

    eugene said...

    Hey Josehpine,

    do you have the interior pictures of the said restaurant or not,,, i want to see lah,,,

    hey i am sorry that you got scared reading my blog,, dont worry wil marriage will be like mine or even better ,,,ok,, there are indeed good guys and gals out there

    jezalmy said...

    So expensive, I never try such expensive steamboat before. When you eat there, is it the restaurant full of customer?

    Josephine said...

    Eugene: Sorry, I don have the interior photos... Ya, I agree with you, u have a great marriage...

    Jezalmy: That restaurant is not full loh... So expensive, i think not much ppl wanna try. I rather go for RM18.80++ steamboat buffet loh...

    reanaclaire said...

    wah.... the most expensive steamboat.. no prawns no crabs some more... then what did they put? shark fins or abalone perhaps? thanks for sharing, i wont go there la.. hahaha...

    Doreen said...

    That's quite expensive wor, but nevermind lah, it's your dad's birthday mah.

    Willie said...

    looks nice ho

    Telly said...

    第一次見到KL有食市係比香港貴...
    好難想像...@@...

    Borneo Falcon said...

    So expensive. I will never eat there.

    jen said...

    yew mao gao chor..5 pak kew?? *faint*

    tapi ai jak soup base hao chiong 5 chor har.

    btw, yew ngin 1 jak ngin steamboat mao geh?

    Cherish Tulips said...

    expensive....oh...but if you convert to SG dollar, it's cheaper lar..

    Adrian & Aeiween said...

    Wah serious ar? so expensive one? What they put in the steamboat?

    Joanna Tang said...

    They got 1 branch here too, I never been there yet lah, but my friend went with her hubby...until now still cursing cursing.. complaining very damn expensive..hehe!

    Pete said...

    wow, this is a real expensive steamboat leh, I better stay away from this restaurant. Nice of you to take your dad to such a high class place. Wish your dad a Happy Belated Birthday!

    kenwooi said...

    rm500?? wow thats seriously expensive! haha.. =)

    kenwooi.com

    chrisau said...

    wah...now u start blogging abt food... :P

    WanWan said...

    wow... quite expensive...
    but the soup lood delicious....

    Horlic said...

    Josehpine, you kena 'potong' is it? Or the restaurant is very grand one?

    Maybe you should try Tamerind Springs for fine dinner, somewhere around Ampang side.. very romantic place.. for family gathering dinner also very good..

    JASON said...

    if i were u i ald cry