It was super long since we last had steamboat. Located in the vicinity of Damansara Jaya, Damansara Village steamboat well-known for fresh live seafood all the way from Pulau Ketam needs no further introduction.
By 6pm, the place is almost packed with diners. Parking can be a chaos, so go early if you want a nice spot.
The interior of the restaurant. Open air concept and quite spacious. Service was good too.
Fresh coconut and peanuts.
There are different types of package and ala carte order in the menu. Standard steamboat sets start from RM18.80 per person which include assorted fish balls, beancurd skin, vege, noodle, egg, quail eggs, abalone slice, prawns, scallops and mussels. Then there is package A, B, C for 2, 3-5 and more persons…. As for the soup base, there are only 2 choices which are clear soup or village drunken pot, a combination of chinese wine and herbs.
We ordered the village drunken pot and
package A which consist of a standard steamboat set plus 200g live tiger prawns, 2 flower crabs and 500g giant clams.
Jumping prawns going into the hot pot… Have no mercy!!! For juicy and firm texture, remember not to overcook.
Then goes the rest of the ingredients. boil boil boil~~~
No doubt all the seafood were fresh but the soup is a lil too herbal for my liking. If only they have tom yam, it will be perfect match….
and here are the 8 ways to finger lickin good steamboat.
Total damage was RM 90.75. For the portion that we got, I would say that it is a lil pricey. Here’s the cost breakdown:
Package A : RM59
Village Drunken Pot : RM12
Plum with Lime : RM3.80
Fresh Coconut : RM4.50
2 Wet Towels : RM1.20
Peanuts : RM2
Service Charge 10% : RM 8.25
Address: 1067, Jalan Jenjarum, Kg. Sg. Kayu Ara, Off Jalan SS23/10, Damansara Jaya, 47400 PJ
For reservation: 03-7803 1832
Business Hours: Start from 5:30pm