Steamboat stop: Chong Qing Restaurant
Address: 21, Jalan PJS 8/18, Dataran Bandar Sunway (Opposite Yuan Steamboat)
In this restaurant, there are more soup bases to choose from - Tom Yam, Herbal, 酸菜烫 （Chinese sauerkraut), 麻辣烫 (sort of Japanese/Korean/Taiwanese spicy soup which is a lot more spicy than Tom Yam), and Soya Bean (if I'm not wrong). I myself ordered the herbal and Chinese sauerkraut soup, which were both fantastic! The herbal soup is sweet and aromatic whilst the Chinese sauerkraut soup with dried chili is sour and spicy. The variety of food there is a little lesser than Yuen, but there are meat slices which is quite limited and my favorite enokitake! Also, the seafood is quite fresh! The crabs there are a lot more meaty compared to Yuen. However, there were only 2 to 3 drinks to select from, and don't expect to get Yuen's signature BBQ chicken wings here. Nevertheless, RM 19.80 per pax is on par with the satisfaction level. I won't hesitate to try the other soups in the near future. =)
Look at the ingredients for the herbal soup! Hardly, you will find that in similar soup base in other restaurants!
Although the meal lasted for two hours, the soup didn't dry up quickly, which is a merit for the restaurant.
The lovely enokitake! Yummy!
It was the first time I had ham in steamboat. Quite an odd combination but worked.
The usual stuff that people normally take...
Look look! Tofu!!! I love tofu!!!!
The seafood platter! The crabs were excellent!