Mookata Steamboat and BBQ House – Old Klang Road Puchong – All You Can Eat Buffet Thai Style Steamboat BBQ Review By Best Restaurant

Steamboat BBQ Buffet with lots of seafood and meat has always been a favourite of yours truly. Best Restaurant To Eat was invited to a special review at MooKata Steamboat and BBQ House located at the Kuchai Lama Food Court (KLFC), Lot 31208, Jalan Awan Makmur 6th Mile Jalan Old Klang Road Kuala Lumpur.

Mookata Steamboat BBQ House is located at the junction of Old Klang Road Puchong intersection i.e. adjacent to the Old Klang Road Police Station. If you are coming from Kuala Lumpur via the Old Klang Road, after the OUG traffic light, you just keep left and in less than 100 metres you will see the Kuchai Lama Food Court by the roadside, just turn left into it.

These days, most steamboat and BBQ either use gas or electricity for their steamboat but at Mookata Steamboat BBQ at Old Klang Road it uses a special Charcoal Briquette; which is long lasting, clean and environmental friendly for the steamboat and the BBQ. This way it is more authentic and taste even better especially the BBQ.

MooKata (Mu Kratha ) means Pan Pork in Thai which is a style of Thai steamboat dish originating in Chiang mai. The special aspect of this steamboat style is the combination of sauces that are prepared to be eaten with the hot pot. The hot pot sits on a trough burning charcoal which grills or steams the ingredients.

For the steamboat soup based, it is a Special Pork Bone Soup; that are boiled over a period of time to extract all the flavours and collagen from the pork bone.

For those who love to have a spicy version, a bottle of specially concocted in-house made Tom Yam paste is available for you to add into your Pork Bone soup giving you the extra zing for your steamboat.

Mookata Steamboat BBQ at Old Klang Road uses 3 type of hot pot i.e a special cooking pot for the steamboat.

and for the BBQ you can either have a choice of a hot plate

or grilled net for direct BBQ or have it both.

For the sauce, Mookata have concocted all its own sauce ranging from the MooKata Sauce – extra spicy

Seafood Sauce – not so spicy compared to MooKata sauce

Satay Sauce with Peanuts

and the milder Suki Sauce.

According to the owner, they have more than 120 varieties of food item for you to choose from.

For the meat section; Mookata serves 5 types of marinated meat which is the Teriyaki sauce, Curry, BBQ Sauce, Black Pepper and Honey

For each type of marinate you can choose your favourite meat which are the Pork, Chicken, Lamb and Beef.

You can either have the meat on the skewers too if you want to BBQ over the grill or dip into the steamboat soup.

For the seafood, there are the mud crab, prawns, bamboo clams, mussel, lala, shell fish, brown cuttlefish, white sotong, some fish and etc offering for you to choose from; for your steamboat or just BBQ.

There are also an assortment of surimi based products, fish ball, meat ball, sausages and so forth for you to choose from too.

Others fresh items are assorted mushroom, taufoo, green leafy vegetables, eggs, beancurd skin, seaweed and noodles.

For some of you that like to start off your meal while waiting for your food to be Steamboat or BBQ, you can try out the cooked food section, which has Fried Chicken Wings.

Fried Mee Hoon/ Fried Rice.

Curry Chicken

or the Herbal Tea Eggs.

For desserts, you have the ice cream, fresh fruits and one of the specialties here is the in-house made; Durian Float made from D24 durian. A must have; especially for Durian lovers.

According to the owner more food varieties will be added into the list of food that was already being served here. It will truly be a nice experience to try out this special Thai Style Steamboat BBQ buffet. Too bad, we don’t have that much stomach to fill up all the food that was available at MooKata Steamboat and BBQ House Old Klang Road.
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