I believe many of you must have heard before about Yuen Steamboat Buffet, right? This was my second time visiting them & I am going to write a short review about my experience here.
*goldfries sez : Sorry guys, I totally forgotten about publishing this article. 6 months behind time!*
They’ve got 3 floors to cater to the overwhelming customers whom visit them frequently. As to why I mentioned overwhelming, you will understand through my pictures.
Indeed, Yuen is a very simple place, with their ingredients placed in the middle for everybody’s convenience. They’ve got seafood ie. Fish, crabs, prawns, scallops, clams, oysters & you name it.
To me, I mainly attacked a few things.
First will be this, I am not too sure what is it called but I call it the ‘Fried Balls’. It goes very well with the Tom Yam soup. Oh by the way, they’ve got two types of soup, which is Tom Yam & clear soup. So, as mentioned, ‘Fried Balls’ taste good with Tom Yam. You gotta be careful when you dip it into the soup & eat. You can’t eat it immediately because it will BURN your tongue. (I got mine burnt) Its kind of crunchy & the texture is good.
Steamboat is always more enjoyable when you go in a big group. There will be first of all, enjoyment of the food. Of course, there will be laughter & all.
The next thing that I like is their Chicken Wing. Nope, this is not the roasted Chicken Wing whom you usually have by the roadside stalls. Its Yuen’s trademark Fried Chicken Wings, whom many battled for.
Allow me to show you a video to understand why I used the word – Battled.
Scary huh? Do you noticed one of them have to use his hand to grab? They serve this every 15 – 20 mins & every 15 – 20 mins you will get to how people fight for Chicken Wings. It takes not more than 20 seconds for the Wings to be wiped off. So, be prepared for the battle!
When we were leaving, we saw people queuing to wait for their turn for the battle of the Chicken Wings to enjoy the food here. My sincere opinion, there’s really nothing shout about in terms of the food quality but its definitely a very good experience to dine in Yuen. I mean, for about RM18/person, its worth trying.
So, all the best to you & may you enjoy yourself as much as I do. Happy buurping & cheers!
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