Do you enjoy steamboat? This is funny. I tried to search for steam boat on wikipedia and came back with nothing but a huge ship that travels using steam (steam boat) and I just realise that in Malaysia and some parts of Asia we call it steamboat, but in other parts of the world it is known as hot pot.
Normally it is a metal pot/cooker placed in the middle of the table and soup will be poured into it. Usually it is plain chicken stock but nowadays in Malaysia, you will also get Tom Yam. Then you can select your fishballs, fish meat, shell fish, chicken, vegetables etc to put into your soup, and leave for a few minutes until it is cooked. You can eat it then with a dipping sauce
M2 cafe, conveniently located right at Star Parc , right opposite the KL Festival City mall in Danau Kota. If you take an LRT, you probably can stop off at Wangsa Maju, cross the road and take a cab.
The television crew busy shooting parts of Jalan-Jalan Cari Makan for TV3
Some of the dessert spread, consisting of a variety of cakes and fruits.
A variety of dipping sauces for you to choose depending on your taste and palate.
Consultant chef, Chef Bob supervises part of the menu and you can try his awesome sauces that is available with different dishes. Love the black pepper sauce with the roast lamb. It is to die for..
M2 cafe also serves Nasi Ayam Manjoi and other Western dishes
Spaghetti gulung, served with chicken and carrot gravy, something unique and interesting, and a must try.
The steamboat condiment spread. You can find prawns, crabs, fish meat, mussels, shell fishes, chicken, crabsticks, mushrooms, vegetables, noodles, and lots more...
I found the drinks variety interesting. There was the regular sirap selasih, and there was air jagung(corn flavoured drink), air kurma(dates drink) and air timun (cucumber drink). Although I was skeptical about the cucumber drink or air timun in the beginning, I tried some out of curiousity and hey, I liked it and I spend the rest of the night drinking that air timun.
Hot pot/steamboat cooker boiling..... almost time to dump in your condiments/meat etc...
Photo opportunity with Nazrudin Rahman, the host of Jalan-Jalan Cari Makan. He is very friendly and cute.
Little daughter too got an opportunity to take a picture with him. She was over the moon getting to meet a celebrity up close.
Man Raja Lawak was also here...trying out the delicious food and taking a picture with the sous chef.
The condiments are in the pot... now all we have to do is wait for the pot to start boiling again and we can eat....
Your's truly here trying out the unique tasting dish that is know as spaghetti gulung. The spaghetti is actually rolled inside a layer of omelette.
Little daughter takes a picture with the second celebrity in the house... Man Raja Lawak
Some of the food we tried... there are a whole lot more to try but well... I have a small stomach and I am trying to lose weight, not gain too much, so......
Some candid pictures of Nazrudin Rahman in action (live) for Jalan-Jalan Cari Makan