Charcoal Steamboat Restaurant


When? December 2013

What is it? A steamboat restaurant using charcoal, in which the traditional charcoals are used to boil steamboat soup and bamboo charcoals. Specialising in steamboat meals, the restaurant offers more than 20 choices of sauce to satisfy each individual’s taste buds.


Bamboo Charcoal is used extensively in the preparation of the food, drawing from traditional Chinese medicinal practices that believe it can strengthen kidney and spleen functions while inhibiting harmful bacteria in the digestive system. The restaurant offers a variety of their bamboo charcoal incorporated edibles like meatballs and water, and uses traditional charcoal fire to heat up the steamboat for complex flavours.

Who’s behind it? Owners Mia Leow and Pete Hor.

Size? Number of Seats – 80 pax, Round / Long / Square Table Setting

What’s on the Menu? Steamboat Sets, Ala-Cart / Side dishes: Steamboat item. Soups including signature pork bone soup, Chinese herbal soup, Japanese miso soup, si chuan spicy soup and Thai tom yum soup. Save space for their specialty handmade meatball series such as the bamboo charcoal meatball – the first in Malaysia!


Bookings? Yes.

Contact: No.1-16, PV128, Platinum Mondrian, Jalan Genting Kelang, Setapak, 53300 Kuala Lumpur. Ph. 03-41319875 (during business hour). WebsiteFacebook. 5.30pm – 11.00pm (Close on every Thursday except public holiday).


Charcoal Steamboat Restaurant 炭火锅