Ho Ho steamboat is one of the restaurant which is famous for its Pulau Ketam style steamboat where it is believed that they offer a large variety of fresh items in their ingridients. The restaurant is believed that they have been operated well over for two decades,
Sharing the same building with the famous Ipoh Yong Tau Foo which is operated in the morning, Ho Ho steamboat will be operated on the evening. The restaurant is being converted from a former bunglow and they do have ample parking space. Ingridients for the set is not much to shout about. Ingridients are simply nearly the same as many steamboat restaurant where you will have the usual fish balls, vegetables, squids, prawns, taufu and more. It is usally being accompanied with a bowl of yee mee or bihun with 2 eggs.
There are also choices of soup where you can choose either tomyam or clear soup or even ying yong. I would prefer to order ying yong usually as you can grab the taste of both flavours. The tomyam soup is pretty sour as well as spicy. I prefer the clear soup comparable where the soup has the lovely scent of flavours which is perfectly lovely. The sambal supplied by Hoho steamboat is rather potent and fragrant with the spiciness in it. Just perfect!
Overall the steamboat is not too bad and very full for both of us
Price: RM 32.00
67, Jalan Segambut,
GPS: 3.180645, 101.677523
Tel: +603-6252 6473