Lot 306, Batu 3, Jalan Klang Lama
58000 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
Tel : 6012-688 2860 / 6016-545 4348 / 6018-277 6503
FB : Chun Ciou Hot Pot Malaysia
Business Hours :
Mon – Sun 12 noon – 3 p.m. ; 5 p.m. – 11 p.m.
Thanks to the wonderful invitation, I recently went to Chun Ciou Hot Pot for their authentic specialty All-You-Can-Eat Sukiyaki in a special heroic themed dining environment, which adapts the serve-upon-order style to gives diners the absolute imperial experience.
Chun Ciou Hot Pot is a sub brand created under Taiwan Chien-Yen Group in the year of 2014. Located along the Old Klang Road, it is a stand-alone dark grey building with huge signage that you won’t miss it from the main street.
Furnished in ancient Chinese style of the Spring and Autumn period, you can see massive historic elements around restaurant like the raw brick walls, wooden furniture, antique window screens, creative lights, big red lanterns, terra-cotta army replicas and so many more, creating a secluded paradise for the diners.
Pickled Cherry Tomatoes, Golden Kimchi and Pickled Lotus Root were served as appetizers upon arriving to open up your palate for the impressive hot pot gastronomic indulgence here.
The mouth-watering Taiwanese Braised Pork Rice, with tender meat and thick sweet savoury gravy that will make you order the second bowl!
The restaurant is offering diners the ultimate hot pot journey experience through signature soup pairings, which include Sukiyaki Soup, Lakesalt Soup, Tonkatsu Soup, Spicy Soup, Herbal Soup, Tomyam Soup.
Serving more than 20 types of varieties, biting into these meatballs will be an experience on its own. Wasabi Ball, Pork Tendon Ball, Handmade Meat Balls, Taro Fish Ball, Sincere Ball, Curry Fish Ball, Cheese Seafood Bean Curd, Cheese Prawn Ball, Premium Prawn Ball, Red Heart Ball, Mushroom Fish Ball, Premium Cuttlefish Ball, Fish and Squid Mixture, Ham Ball, White Fish Ball, Abalone Slice, Special Tofu, Tamago… some of these ingredients are directly imported from Taiwan to ensure the good quality. Be careful warm, some will burst in your mouth with juicy goodness upon biting.
Premium grade meats are available too at Chun Ciou Hot Pot for the meat lovers. You can order Australian Striploin, Australian Ribeyes, Lamb Shoulder Roll, Pork Belly, Pork Shoulder, Chicken Fillet and Duck Roll for unlimited rounds as long as you can finish it to avoid food wastage.
Don’t forget to add in the vegetables also for a healthier diet, choices including Carrot, White Carrot, Pumpkin, Cabbage, Abalone Mushroom, Golden Mushroom, Mushroom, Tomota, Chinese Yam, Sweet Potato, Chieh Gua, Chinese Fungus, Bok Choy, Yau Mak and Eggplant.
Chun Ciou Hot Pot also serves Udon Noodles, Dongfen, Spinach Noodles, Beancurd Skin, Beancurd Puff and Fried Breadstick as side dishes to give diners more satisfaction.
Cook Black Sesame Mochi in the hot pot till warm and soft?! This definitely was my first experience and really taste so good, I had few of it.
Malaysian just can’t eat without the sauces, so fret not as Chun Ciou Hot Pot provides diners varieties of sauces to choose from, including Green Onion, Chopped Garlic, Chilli Sauce, Thai Chill Sauce, Fruit Sauce, Satay Paste, Soy Sauce, Parsley, Sesame Sauce, and Fermented Bean Curd.
Try this! Chef showed us how to prepare the Chun Ciou Signature Sauce in just 4 simple steps.
Step 1 – Put sesame sauce into the bowl for the sweet taste profile
Step 2 – Add in only egg yolk to create a smoother texture
Step 3 – Place some finely-chopped fresh spring onions for the aroma
Step 4 – Lastly, sprinkle more the shichimi powder if you prefer spicier
The beverages counter serving from cold drinks to hot Chinese tea for diners to quench your thirst during the meal.
* Adult : RM75++ per pax ; RM60++ per pax for Mon – Fri lunch
* Children (110 cm to 130 cm tall) : half price
* Infants (90 cm to 110 cm tall) : RM10++
* Dining time 100 minutes
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Other restaurants at Old Klang Road : Affordable Semi-Fine Japanese Dining @ KIMI-YA, Old Klang Road