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Telephone
019-277 6596
03-9130 1940
Opening Hours
Mon-Sun
18:00-23:00
Payment Method
Cash
Other Info
Accepts reservations
Serves breakfast
Restaurant Website
http://www.facebook.com/pages/Coco-Steamboat/105336112869661
Signature Dishes
Signature Pork Bone Soup Teo Chew Fish Head
Review (5)
Level1 2014-03-19
1524 views
i have visit this before , the service provided already not really good like web site say , this time visit is because the location is close of friend are just come to kl.and she haven try this kind od soup.the food is really not fresh compare before,soup also put alot of ajinomoto,after it really thirsty,some of the worker mynamar can speak cantonise is very very rude went ask him for order.very very disappointed withthis kind of service to serve customer. after few day the friend in cheras say the soup in cheras is sour,even few table complaint also there notthing action .the food serve also not fresh.  continue reading
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Level4 2013-09-26
883 views
这里的猪骨褒整个味道很香,还以味猪骨褒的味道应该不会那么浓郁,谁知道喝起来猪骨的味道很香,煮过料的汤汤头变得更加有味道,奶白色的汤头看起来很好喝,这都是来自猪骨天然的颜色。 continue reading
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Level4 2013-09-24
617 views
Went to this steamboat a day before Merdeka, this steamboat restaurant had a few outlet around kl and selangor. i went to this outlet at Jln Klang lama just to meet up with my friend.The most important item when you go for a steamboat is the broth and the next will be the pork slide - my favorite of all.This pork slide is consider ok as it had a few layer of meat and fat on it, the fat is important as it will melt in your mouth when you eat it.I will rate this 8/10 continue reading
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Level4 2013-01-24
416 views
Been recommended to go for Coco Steamboat by one of my friend and i decided to try it out. Coco Steamboat located in Klang Lama. As far as i know, they only receive reservations between 6pm- 6.30 pm. Later than that, customers have to walk in,based on first come,first serve basis. Make sure to go early.Their Herbal Pork Bone soup is so milky and delicious. I think they really cook it without cutting of ingredients. Their ingredients are like normal steamboat shop, vegetables,prawns, crab meat, fishballs,meatballs those. The soup is slightly spicy with the existence of pepper.I think their soup is the main attraction. Their chillies sauce is also spicy enough which i adore. continue reading
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Level4 2012-07-27
310 views
Coco Steamboat just opened its' branch in Old Klang Road on 23rd July 2012. Its' main branch is located along a row of office shop-lots in Taman Bukit Hijau (nearby Taynton View). The environment of the restaurant is not bad. There is a mini pond and fountain with beautiful big Japanese carp fishes in it. The choices of soup base available there include their signature whole pork bone base (have to add additional RM 17.90), clear soup base and porridge base (only available on weekends). Though pricey, mum and I decided to try their whole pork base steamboat. Yeah, mum was nagging about the price throughout the meal but I enjoyed the steamboat very much.The big clay pot is used in keeping the whole bone pork steamboat......Chilli sauce......I don't really liked it because it is too spicy.Ingredients for one steamboat set (RM 15.80/pax)I didn't manage to capture all ingredients because mum already throw in some of the ingredients into the pot. Some of the ingredients include vegetables, tofu, fish balls, fish noodles, fish slice, a prawn, dumpling and crabstick.Yee Mee and Egg for the steamboatWe ordered an additional plate of mushroom meat balls (RM 8.90).I quite like the meat balls. There were chuncks of mushrooms mixed with the meat of the meatball. Besides, the meat balls were also very fragrant.......yummy yummy.........We also ordered a plate of sliced pork (RM 11.90).The slice pork were thinly sliced, making them to cook very fast. Each slice of the pork has an oil attached to them, which I don't really fancy. But the meat part is good. Very tender. Just remember don't overcooked them or the meat will become tough to eat. Probably just cooked them in the boiling soup for about 30 seconds and they are ready to be eaten.They actually used a big sized pork bone to brew the soup. Can you see the bone in the middle? Mum and I ate the meat attached to the bone and we found that the bone might be off roasted pork because it has some roasted flavor in it......Other ingredients used in brewing the soup include black pepper, chilli, yam and milk. The chilli and black pepper in it makes the soup slightly hot but at an acceptable level. I love the idea of adding milk in it making the soup creamier and tastier. Just like other normal steamboats, the soup gets better after cooking all the ingredients in it. I had 3 bowls of the soup to satisfy my cravings for steamboat soup...The refill for the soup is free....thumbs up...heheThe total damage for the meal including 2 plain water (RM 1.60) = RM 56.10 continue reading
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