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The signature dish here, As You Like Signature Chicken Pot, is absolutely commendable.
Notable choices include the Kurobuta Pork Belly and Chives Dumplings; both were equally delicious in its own way. Though this is not something that we can eat on a regular basis, the superior quality of the ingredients stands out... not too bad for a change provided you have a little budget to spare
There are a few types of soup based to choose from, ranging from the non-spicy authentic chicken pot to the fiery hot Si Chuan Spicy Chicken Pot(Half Chicken). Though initially the price tag (RM 68) may give you a surprise but it is worth the value - it comes with half free-range chicken. Even though smaller in size, the free-range chicken meat was so tender and it absorbed the essence from the soup, giving a great level of satisfaction. As a matter of fact, the best way to enjoy the steamboat is to have the chicken first before adding in other ingredients, as this will ensure you savour the most original taste of the soup.
Among the many soup options, the Sour Pig Stomach Chicken Pot was our choice on the first visit. The piping hot pot comes with half a chicken, pig stomach, and sour vegetables. Its saltiness and sourness coupled with poultry and pork blend together to create a rich flavor.
One of my favourite soup base in this shop. Not your usual Penang version which is pack with pepper. Soup is quite thick and love the strong flavour of sourness from the sour veggie. Filled with generous ingredients of pork stomach and chicken that is marninated with Chinese rice wine that give you a nice and juicy chicken meat. If you find the soup is slightly too strong, can always ask the staff to add in the clear soup stock to tone it down a little.