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Bone & Pot is rather a familiar name among Klang Valley steamboat enthusiasts.Its chinese name of 有骨气(Yau Guat Hei) is pretty catchy as it comes in double meaning of "having integrity" and "having bone fragrant". A name that clearly tells their signature broth with pork bone.Opens from 5pm until 1am everyday.A great place for dinner and supper.Compared my previous visit to Bone & Pot steamboat restaurant at Kuchai Lama, I prefer this branch at F&N Fraser Business Park. Reasons being cleaner and
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Bone & Pot is rather a familiar name among Klang Valley steamboat enthusiasts.
Its chinese name of 有骨气(Yau Guat Hei) is pretty catchy as it comes in double meaning of "having integrity" and "having bone fragrant". A name that clearly tells their signature broth with pork bone.
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Opens from 5pm until 1am everyday.
A great place for dinner and supper.
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Compared my previous visit to Bone & Pot steamboat restaurant at Kuchai Lama, I prefer this branch at F&N Fraser Business Park.
Reasons being cleaner and modern environment, comfortable seats, nicer interior, and most importantly electrical stove.
(having gas tank in the middle can be such a constraint to the leg movement)
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Bone & Pot Signature Broth
(with pork bones, corns, celery and scallion)

Until the broth has turned milky white in colour, naturally rich in bone essence, with fragrant and flavour.
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This little bowl here of amazing broth makes me a returning and loyal customer.
Unlike other average steamboat restaurants that give out MSG-laden soup for free, this Bone & Pot Signature Broth costs RM15.
More than happy to pay for healthier and tastier choice.
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Sliced Pork Meat
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Pork Intestines
(with salt and pepper seasoning)

Ordered Sliced Pork Meat and Pork Intestines as side dishes.
Even though the pork intestines is up to my acceptance level, I'm still not fond of innards.
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I never eaten such tasty and delicious steamboat before. They serve pork soup together with a huge bone inside. It is milky and you can refill the soup without any charges. Although foods are nice, but the prices are expensive either. I think it is a little bit over budget. Besides that, I think they should describe their menu clearly which I can't even understand how their chinese tea is serve. However I have ordered 3 bowls of chinese tea and it is refillable. It is too much for me and my fami
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I never eaten such tasty and delicious steamboat before. They serve pork soup together with a huge bone inside. It is milky and you can refill the soup without any charges. Although foods are nice, but the prices are expensive either. I think it is a little bit over budget. Besides that, I think they should describe their menu clearly which I can't even understand how their chinese tea is serve. However I have ordered 3 bowls of chinese tea and it is refillable. It is too much for me and my family and they charges us for cups.
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We have five of us for dinner at Bone and Pot and out of those 5, only 2 of us have not tried it before, that's my gf and I. They were all very happy with the food so I trusted their taste buds and went with it.We ordered the mixed broth, we had the signature pork bone broth and the Hong Kong styled tom yum broth. Both were very delicious in its own way! The tom yum is very spicy and that's how I like it! The pork bone broth is very flavourful as well! The food stuff didn't come all at the same
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We have five of us for dinner at Bone and Pot and out of those 5, only 2 of us have not tried it before, that's my gf and I. They were all very happy with the food so I trusted their taste buds and went with it.

We ordered the mixed broth, we had the signature pork bone broth and the Hong Kong styled tom yum broth. Both were very delicious in its own way! The tom yum is very spicy and that's how I like it! The pork bone broth is very flavourful as well! The food stuff didn't come all at the same time but it's ok. The fried calamari came first. It was crunchy and salty, plus the Thai sauce, it was a good starter. The pork slices were thin and they were cooked fast. Add a bit of chili sauce onto the meat, you get a super delicious and fresh meat melting in your mouth! Another highlight is the sotong tube which I think is a novelty item as they allow you to squeeze the amount that you wan into the pot, just like noodles. It also has fish eggs in the sotong paste combination. The eggs gave small pops in the mouth and the sotong paste was quite tangy. I tried some of the tom yum soup but it was too salty and spicy, tantalizing, but can't take much. The pork bone broth on the other hand was lush in taste as it already has all sort of ingredients in there already.

The bill totalled up to RM225 for 5 person which I find a bit expensive because at the end of the meal, I wasn't feeling so full. It was a tasty meal overall but for the price, I would think twice to visit here again.
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