Saturday, August 21, 2010

Mizi Shabu Shabu @ Bandar Puteri Puchong

Last year my daughter Jeslyn had her Birthday dinner in Fullhouse and this year my daughter choosed to go her favourite steamboat (shabu shabu) restaurant in Puchong for her Birthday dinner.



This is not like any ordinary steamboat buffet place. You have to order in set meal and side dishes and they will charge you accordingly.


My kids like to eat here because they have the opportunity to cook by themselves with their own pot of soup. It's more hygenic too.


they have very nice chili and soy dipping sauce(mixture sesame, peanut chunks, spring onions and soy sauce is really nice)

boil the soup with high heat, then change to low heat and continue enjoy..

this is the standard ingredients for every person.

I can't show you other set meals (they have beef, chicken, pork lamb, fish&etc), because we only like to order beef set. Take a piece of this thin slice of beef and dip in hot soup for few seconds, fresh and good, yummy.




This was a yummy bowl prepared by my kid Lucas..

Desmond very satified with this meal, even without two teeth, hahaha!!



Her birthday ended by cutting Birthday cake at home..



Mizi Shabu Shabu
No 17, Jln Puteri 2/5
Bdr Puteri, 47100 Puchong.
03-80603221

27 comments:

Chow and Chatter said...

wow that looks so much fun j would love it as well

Hugs Rebecca

wendyywy @ Table for 2..... or more said...

Bandar Puteri has lots of restaurants for steamboats.
During my last trip, my bro brought me to Harbour steamboat and maybe you can try there next time. Their balls balls : eg: fishballs, squidballs, pork balls , are all handmade, not frozen factory stuff.

One thing I find, I know your sons are Lucas and Desmond, but your daughter?? I only know her as Sonia's daughter, haha. May I know her name too? Or she requested that you keep her name as secret :)

Pete said...

Happy Birthday to your daughter. I like Mizi shabu shabu.....the dipping sauce is very nice!

busygran said...

Lucky girl! Happy Birthday to her. Love steamboat of any kind but not my family. :(

Jess @ Bakericious said...

Yummy steamboat :)

neyeeloh said...

Seems like your son Desmond really enjoy his meal, smile until so happy... haha

Jane Chew said...

mm... we love shabu shabu too. We will have it tomorrow dinner. Just bought some simple ingredients dis morning :)

Jeannie said...

Looks like a great place to go to for dinner...will take note of the address:) Thanks!

Tangled Noodle said...

Wow! This is the first I've ever heard of 'steamboat' restaurants - it looks fantastic. I want a bowl of what Lucas made! 8-)

Food, Fun and Life in the Charente said...

Goodness that looks like a lot of food. Seems like you had a good day out. Happy Birthday to your daughter. Diane

Cooking Gallery said...

I love and miss having steamboats...:(!!

Your son looks cute with his grin ;).

Cheah said...

Will make a note of this restaurant should I go to KL in the future!

Honey Bee Sweets said...
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Honey Bee Sweets said...

Sure miss the yummy food in Malaysia!

Kitchen Corner said...

Oh I went to this shabu shabu restaurant too! It's quite fun having steamboats there!

Min said...

I like eating steamboat, it's a healthier choice for dining out, want to try this restaurant in my next Kl trip.

Cook with Madin said...

I'm loving these steamboat, true comfort food for me. Desmond is so cute. Happy Birthday to your daughter.

Simply Life said...

Looks like a great place to eat!

Little Corner of Mine said...

His bowl of steamboat looks good! I actually miss the steamboat!

Wendy said...

Shabu shabu is very popular in japan, Taiwan and China. I had it almost once or twice a week while I was in business trip in China or Taiwan. I love it so much especially the sweetness of the soup after cooking the clams in it. I don't know why I couldn't find any shabu shabu restaurant in Penang. Few years ago, I found one in Arizona, but it was just too expensive and the ingredients were not the same I expected. I am hoping someone will open a shabu shabu restaurant here soon!! LOL!!!!

Julian Si said...

This is one of my favourite steamboat places ... delicious!!

Somewhere in Singapore said...

By looking at it, makes me feel like eating it right now... hehe...

Reeni said...

What fun! The food looks excellent and your son is adorable! Happy Birthday to the birthday girl!

Shirley @ Kokken69 said...

With more Chinese immigrants coming to Singapore over the last few years, we are also seeing many more steam boat restaurants in Singapore... I like steamboat but I don't usuallly cook this at home - because it has nothing much to cook...:)

Nate @ House of Annie said...

Wow, so they actually have more than one pot on each table? I like how they have really easy, push-button heat controls. No messing with dangerous gas knobs!

By the way, House of Annie has moved to its own domain, http://www.houseofannie.com. I'd appreciate it if you changed the link in your blogroll to point to the new site instead of the old ChezAnnies on BlogSpot. Thanks!

♥LOVE2COOK♥ said...

Hi Sonia, how U been??? ;)

Belated Birthday wishes to ur daughter!!! May her life filled with lots of happiness and good health.

Sonia (Nasi Lemak Lover) said...

Dear all, Thanks for your stopping by, do visit this restaurant, their steamboat is nice.

Wendy, Thanks for your info, will try out soon.

Nate, ok, I will change the link to your new site.

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