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Top 12 Best Halal Steamboat Places in KL & Selangor 2020

Calling forth all steamboat lovers!

Whether it’s a sunny or rainy day, we all love a good steamboat & grill. Why, you ask? We get to cook our favourite ingredients on the table, and it never fails to fill the belly with its soul-soothing components. But aside the satisfying pleasures it gives you, steamboat is a communal dish that’s best served with big groups such as families and friends. And here we’ve curated a list of the Top 10 Halal Steamboat Places in KL and Selangor for you to dip and devour. 

12 Halal Steamboat Places in KL & Selangor

1. ASAP Steamboat and Grill

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Photo: Asap Steamboat & Grill (Facebook)

ASAP Steamboat and Grill have you spoilt for choice with over 100 types of dishes, ranging from seafood, beef, mutton and chicken dipped in your favourite sauce. You can choose to cook your food in the boiling steamboat or on the oil-slicked grill at the table, to savour both soupy comfort (in a selection of Tom Yam, Chicken or Curry Nyonya Soup) or sizzling satisfaction in one meal. They also serve warm snacks as part of the buffet, with the crunchy-fried, bite-sized crabs as the addictive star attraction, so don’t leave without trying it!

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Photo: Asap Steamboat & Grill (Facebook)
Photo: Asap Steamboat & Grill (Facebook)

📍 Lot 94 Jalan Tempinis, Kampung Tengah A, Puchong, Selangor

⏰ 6 PM – 12 AM (daily)

ℹ️ ASAP Steamboat and Grill’s website

2. Ngences Giga

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Photo: Ngences Giga (Facebook)

A perfect steamboat and barbecue restaurant for hardcore mutton lovers. Famous for their kambing steamboat, it is also very affordable compared to other restaurants. Ngences Giga spice up their kambing with four specials marinate sauces that will make you eat non-stop because you can take all you want with no limit, and we love anything that’s free-flowing. Bringing friends who are not a mutton lover? Fret not, chickens and beef are also served.

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Photo: Ngences Giga (Facebook)

📍 No. 21, Jalan 24/56, Setia Wangsa (185.41 mi), Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia 54200

⏰ 5 PM – 12 AM (closed on Monday)

ℹ️ Ngences Giga’s Facebook

3. Prawn Valley Farm (Pork Free)

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Photo: Prawn Valley Farm (Facebook)

Prawn Valley let you experience the process of catching the prawn and cooking it yourself right by your table, and that’s what makes them stand out from the rest. The best part? You can cook your selected grub over an old-school charcoal grill here! Or, you can cook the prawn in the hot pot and taste it with their signature chilli sauce. As an addition, they also provide fish, beef and lamb as well as the gigantic Udang Galah.

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Photo: Prawn Valley Farm (Facebook)
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Photo: Prawn Valley Farm (Facebook)

📍 Lot 100, Jalan Sungai SOP Batu 14, Pekan Hulu Langat Kuala Lumpur

⏰ 1 PM – 3 AM (daily)

ℹ️ Prawn Valley’s Facebook

4. Omma Steamboat and Grill

Photo: Omma Steamboat and Grill (Facebook)

Another all-you-can-eat buffet restaurant. Just like ASAP Steamboat and Grill, this place excels not just at their big and bold steamboat- they provide grill method too! Or to say, a combination of all the above. Be sure to dive into their wide arrays of grill meat, seafood and veggie skewers while waiting for the broth of your choice to boil.

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Photo: Omma Steamboat and Grill (Facebook)
Photo: Omma Steamboat and Grill (Facebook)

📍 41 Jalan Tasik Utama 8, Medan Niaga Tasik Damai, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

⏰ 11 AM – 11 PM

ℹ️ Omma Steamboat and Grill’s Facebook and Instagram

5. Pak John Steamboat & BBQ

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Photo: Pak John Steamboat & BBQ (Facebook)

This restaurant serves you the best steamboat menu so that there is no reason for steamboat lovers to look any further. There are a variety of dishes that you can look out for and the service is truly exceptional.  Another point worth mentioning is the New Zealand Lamb slices and Australia Beef slices you can feast on! Besides its established steamboat menu, you will be craving for their smoke duck breast and abalone slices. These are among the famous mouthwatering delicacies here. Don’t forget to leave some tummy space to dig into some ice cream and dessert after your meal.

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Photo: Pak John Steamboat & BBQ (Facebook)

wPhoto: Pak John Steamboat & BBQ (Facebook)📍 Lot LG-13A & LG-15, eCurve, No. 2A, Jalan PJU 7/3,  Mutiara Damansara, PJ

⏰ 10:00 AM – 10:00 PM

ℹ️ Pak John Steamboat & BBQ’s website and Facebook

6. Monster Planet Grill & Steamboat

Photo: Monster Planet Grill & Steamboat (Facebook)

If you opt for the “eat all you can” concept, this place shall never go wrong. At only RM20 per head, the quality of the food is surprisingly good, they have lamb, beef, and seafood such as squid, prawn and clam, all served in their signature tomyam udang soup. Most of them are made fresh and are acceptable by all ages. Try it for yourself, we bet you’ll feel the same as we do.

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Photo: Monster Planet Grill & Steamboat (Facebook)

📍 Lot 3662-B Jalan Besar, Kampung Bukit Lanchong, Shah Alam, Selangor

⏰ 6 PM – 12 AM (closed on Monday)

ℹ️ Monster Planet Grill & Steamboat’s Facebook and Instagram

7. VIP Container

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A perfect place for anyone who is looking to have a pleasant dinner with their friends and family. This establishment is a heaven for all steamboat lovers. Here, they serve diverse selection of fresh seafood, such as lobster, snappers, and siakap that is going to taste awesome in the steamboat. The steamboat itself is good, but the grill ingredients that they offer can still challenge your tastebuds – this gives you something worthy to boast about this place when you pay a visit here. It goes without saying: come hungry.

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Photo: VIP Container (Facebook)
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Photo: VIP Container (Facebook)

📍 Jalan Telekom, Kampung Johan Setia, 41200 Klang, Selangor, Klang

⏰ 6:30 PM – 12 AM (daily)

ℹ️ VIP Container’s Facebook

8. Boss Daddy Steamboat & Grill

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Photo: Boss Daddy Steamboat & Grill (Facebook)

If you are a cheese fanatics, Boss Daddy Steamboat & Grill is your best choice because you can add cheese to your steamboat, best served with their Killer Sos Daddy. That cheese add-on gives so much flavour, with a creamy finish to your grilled food. Furthermore, their signature honey lamb and black pepper beef are awesome as well, so don’t leave without trying it.

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📍  59, Jalan PJU 5/20e, Kota Damansara, 47810 Petaling Jaya, Selangor

4 PM – 12 AM (daily)

ℹ️ Boss Daddy Steamboat & Grill’s Facebook

9. Restoran Dragbit

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Photo: Restoran Dragbit (Facebook)

The next best steamboat in KL is undeniably Dragbit. You can also order up to two different choices as the steamboat bowl has two compartments to cater for that. Dragbit has everything that you would expect from a quality steamboat restaurant. The menu covers a wide variety of meat, vegetables and many other exciting dishes. You can choose to have your drinks to come in the tower form, they also serve western delight.

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Photo: Restoran Dragbit (Facebook)

📍 7, Jalan 4/93, Taman Miharja (185.75 mi), Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia 55200

⏰ 12 PM – 11 PM (Monday – Thursday), 5 PM – 3 AM (Saturday), 5 PM – 11 PM (Sunday), closed on Friday

ℹ️ Dragbit’s Facebook

10. Hot Pot King Steamboat & Grill

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Photo: Hot Pot King Steamboat & Grill (Facebook)

A perfect place for anyone who is looking to have a pleasant dinner with their friends and family. This steamboat spot is a fuss-free, all-you-can-eat restaurant that serves a wide variety of steamboat ingredients and fresh seafood such as crabs, grouper, and even mantis shrimps. Besides cooking your food in the broth, you can also opt to fry or grill your food. Do give them a try!

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📍 Selayang Sri Gombak, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia 68100

⏰1:00 pm – 11:30 pm (weekdays), 1:00 pm – 12:00 am (weekends)

ℹ️ Hot Pot King Steamboat & Grill’s Facebook

11. The Khan Mongolian Restaurant

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If you are seeking fresh seafood steamboat, then you are on the right track. What surprises a lot of people here is the affordable price of the food they sell here. From seafood items such as fish, crabs, prawns, clams, squid, jellyfish and many more. Additionally, they also offer a good selection of marinated meat, frozen products and vegetables. To compliment, 4 types of broths are available; chicken, spicy, super spicy and tom yam. Last but not least, an array of simple desserts and fruits are also offered.

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📍 1-36-PV 128, Off Jalan Genting Klang, Setapak, 53300 Kuala Lumpur, Wilayah Persekutuan Kuala Lumpur

⏰ 5 pm – 12 am

ℹ️ The Khan Mongolian Restaurant’s Facebook

Read also: 10 Best Halal Street Snacks in KL to Munch On!

12. Seoul Garden

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Having been around for over 30 years, you can always rely on Seoul Garden for your BBQ steamboat fix! They have a huge variety of delicious meat and seafood items to fill your tummy, with a wide assortment of soup namely kimchi, tomyam and ginseng. The highlight of Seoul Garden is its large variety of raw marinated meat ranging from common flavours such as BBQ Chicken to interesting flavours such as Coffee Chicken. Going premium will let you have additional selection such as salmon, squid, lamb, and salami.

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Photo: Seoul Garden

📍 Seoul Garden’s outlets

ℹ️  Seoul Garden’s website

Finally, we’ve come to an end! We hope today’s Top 10 Halal Steamboat Places in KL & Selangor 2020 treated you well. So, what’s keeping you now? Gather your loved ones and enjoy a satisfying, refreshingly good meal at any one of these halal BBQ steamboat hotspots! Head over with an empty stomach and we guarantee, you’d leave with a full and satisfied tummy. Bye!

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