This place sounds like your usual Chinese steamboat restaurant. However, they do have some of their signature dishes which I think was pretty good and worth trying. Depending on the amount of people, you can choose the sets at different prices. One thing worth trying is their 'starter'; deep fried tofu. Really plain, simply tofu but when dipped in their special dip (not sure what's inside but seems like alot of green onions, chilli and, seasoning etc), it was brilliant.
|Deep fried tofu with special, delicious dip|
We had the half-half steamboat (half tom yum / half clear soup). They do offer some really fresh seafood, meatballs and bean curd (which I really like :). The soup tasted quit perfect; not to bland, not too salty to the point you felt its loaded with MSG. We also had a plate of their special Teochew fried noodles (I'm not too sure what it is called but there's a picture here I'm sharing); something I've never really eaten before.
|Tom yum soup / clear broth|
|The simple, yet tasty Teochew fried noodles. Perfect for sharing :)|
Overall, this place is worth trying; if you happen to be in Penang mainland. In fact, I've heard of people from the island that drives all the way here for a good steamboat;) A huge shop with many ahjummas (aunties) as servers. Quite efficient as well.
Address: Tingkat Binjai 12, Taman Sri Rambai, 14000 Bukit Mertajam, Pulau Pinang, Malaysia
Opening hours: 5.30 to 10.30 pm (Close on Mondays)