This might be the most expensive steamboat that I’ve ever had! Our total damage for 6 person include food, drinks and service charge came almost RM 600!!! WTH, what did we had you may ask?
Well, Tian Siang Hui Wei Hotpot/Steamboat not only famous for its Ma Lat (spicy) soup base but also their fine-dining grade of price! I have heard a lot of good reviews about this place and all of them also share the same comment that the meal will cost you an arm and a leg! Are you ready to see how I splurged on my sumptuous hotpot meal?
Tian Siang Hui Wei Hotpot @ Sunway Giza Mall, Kota Damansara
Located at first floor of outer part of Sunway Giza Mall facing the street, the restaurant was brightly lid with strong air-conditioner.
There are a few private rooms to cater different functions or gathering.
Sterilized cutlery (RM 1.00 / set)
It’s common at restaurant manned by Chinese from China which I experienced it before.
Two choices of soup base:- Tian Siang Pot(spicy) or Hui Wei Pot (non-spicy)
Combo Pot (RM 35.00+)
We had combination of both soup bases. The soup was made from concoction of more than 60 types of Chinese herbs without any MSG or artificial ingredients. The soup emitted a pleasant herbal smell when it served on our table and the spicy soup had a quite an “attacking” aroma. Although the soup looks fiery but it was acceptably spicy to the palate and we enjoyed the “sweating” moment when sipping the broth
The recipe is believed was from Genghis Khan and have high nutritious value due to the ingredients used for preparing it.
Familiar steamboat ingredients dominate the menu which also contains some special items such as tomato imperial balls, mustard yogurt balls, Japanese ginko, Dioscorea opposita and quite a number of vegetarian ingredients.
Lamb (RM 30.00+)
Pork Belly (RM 23.00+)
Boneless Pork Ribs (RM 20.00+)
Pork Shoulder (RM 21.00+)
Fresh Scallops (RM 30.00+)
Different with the usual steamboat restaurant, the staff here will help you to throw all the ingredients into your pot ~.~ Please stop them if you wanna take photo or else every photo will looks like this >.<
Squid Sausages (RM 36.00+)
One of the special item that seem like a must order in most of the reviews I’ve studied. Crunchy but tasted quite bland and it will curl up when cooked.
Prawn Paste in Bamboo (RM 20.00+)
Most of the ingredients we had were fresh, so quality assured!
Taiwan Shanghai Soup Ball (RM 22.00+)
Mongolian Wrap (RM 20.00+)
This was made from tofu and minced mushroom which had incredibly bouncy texture just like fish paste, really amazing!
Fish Roes Balls (RM 22.00+)
Filled bountifully with golden fish roes, I enjoyed the popping sensation immensely~
Supan Cheese (RM 22.00+)
Yun Choy (RM 11.00+), Chinese Cabbage (RM 15.00+) & Baby Bok Choy (RM 10.00+)
Eryngii Mushroom(RM 16.00+)
Shimeji Mushroom (RM 17.00+)
La Mien (RM 12.00+)
This really made me laugh non-stop when I saw it! Wan Pu Le Titi literally translated as Empurau’s brother >.<
PS: Empurau 忘不了 is a type of freshwater fish with exaggerating price as its prices can reach as high as RM1800 per kilogram!
Opps… did I tell you that I had all these with 50% discount vouchers I bought from group buy site? Been tricked? Hahaha LOL
Tian Siang Hui Wei 天香回味 Lot B-8-2, Sunway Giza Mall, Jalan PJU 5/14, Kota Damansara, 47810 Petaling Jaya, Selangor. Tel: +603-6148 2268 Operating hours: 11am – 12am daily (including public holidays) ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ No. 25-29, Jalan Kasuarina 2, KS/7 (Ampang), 41200 Bandar Botanic, Klang, Selangor. Tel: +603-3325 1799 Operating hours: 11am – 11pm daily (including public holidays) ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ D-1-58, IOI Boulevard, Jalan Kenari 5, Bandar Puchong Jaya, 47170 Puchong, Selangor. Tel: +603-6148 2268 Operating hours: 11am – 12am daily (including public holidays) ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Lot 1, 2 & 3, 1st Floor , Block E, Lorong Pusat Komersil 88/2, 88 Market Place, Jalan Pintas, Kota Kinabalu, 88300, Sabah. Tel: +088-316318 Operating hours: 11am – 12am daily (including public holidays).