Coco Steamboat (海底炉) is one of our favourite steamboat restaurant mainly because of its popular giant pork knuckle bone milky and creamy double stewed soup base. Our other favourite steamboat place is the Damansara Village Steamboat Restaurant for its wine soup and wine lala. Another favourite steamboat restaurant is the Yuen Buffet Steamboat for its eat all you can concept and the honey-glazed chicken wing.
Since the Old Klang Road branch has moved to a new location, we deciced to come here for Chap Goh Meh and my birthday celebration. Coco Steamboat also has branches in Cheras and Puchong which we never went before. This blog post is for the Old Klang Road branch. We have never been to other branches of Coco Steamboat.
These fresh ingredients are set menu for 1 person (RM 18.80) but customer must order minimum 2 sets. There are prawns, pork balls, fish noodles, quail egg, dumplings, yam, crab sticks, fish balls, fuchuk, cabbage and other food which I’m not sure the name. There were four of us and we only ordered 2 sets as we don’t eat a lot.
We ordered Coco Steamboat’s popular Double Stewed Soup with whole bone of pork knuckle. For this soup base you need to pay RM 20.90 for a maximum of 5 persons sharing. Each additional 1 person will need to add-on RM 1. This soup is the best steamboat soup I have ever tasted and you can see almost every table here will order this milky soup base.
The pork bone soup is boiled with big pork knuckle for many hours and you can find a lot of collagen inside. The soup also comes with radish, white cabbages, shredded yam and Chinese Beancurd Skin (Fu Chuk). It is also seasoned with black pepper.
3 types of soup base for you to choose from. Click for full size. Coco Double Stewed Soup is the most popular selection here. Never had the chance to try the fish head clear soup and the tomato soup.
The set menu. Click for full size. We normally only order the normal set menu. Don’t have any celebration yet to try the more expensive’s set.
Some of the cooked dish for you to bite on while waiting for the food to be cooked in steamboat. Click for full size.
Fresh seafood selections. Click for full size menu. There are aquariums here for the live seafood.
Fresh meat and pork internal organs selections. Click for full size menu.
All kinds of balls and steamboat ingredients. Click for full menu.
The vegetables menu. Click for full size. There are so many kinds of vegetables name here in English which I have never heard of.
Other menu. Click for full size.
The beverages menu. Click here for full size.
With such a big restaurant, the parking space seems to be a bit small. But do no worry as the friendly staffs there will manage the parking space for you and also the incoming traffic when you are leaving via the busy Old Klang Road. There is also a paid car park just next to this steamboat restaurant.
Coco Steamboat’s business hour is from 5:30 pm – 11:30 pm (last call).
It is closed on alternate Monday.
Reservations only apply in between 6 – 6:30 pm. If you come later than that, you will have to walk in and tables will be assigned on a first-come, first-serve basis.
No: 1 Batu 4 3/4, Jalan Kelang Lama,
58200, Kuala Lumpur. (Before Pearl Point)
3°5’14″N, 101°40’26″E (I have tested this coordinate myself using WAZE)
Telephone / Contact Number: 019-2776596