With the daily temperature of 14° (min) to 22° (max), Steamboat became a popular thing here in Cameron Highlands. Knowing that the Chinese loves having something warm (a hot soup perhaps) ….therefore you can see many restaurants here serves steamboat. Steamboat on a chilly evening? Since there are so many of them, so which restaurant should I go?? To play safe, I asked my friend Wanyi who went there twice this year… ^^ I told her I want a nice steamboat and without ‘cut throat’ price. Apparently Wanyi suggested O.K. Tuck.
We were quite early. It was about 6+pm. I felt that it was a good time too…as the place was still quite vacant. The crowd grew when it was 7+pm. At O.K. Tuck, you’ll have the choice to either order the Chinese Style stir-fry dishes or Steamboat (which we were aiming for). Since we were there for the steamboat, therefore I didn’t bother to read the menu. =p
We have 5 diners. Each diner is priced at RM15 for the steamboat (its not buffet). I would say the price is reasonable. Well..I’ll leave it to you guys to judge the food based on the photos below. Apart from that, you may choose your choice of soup base. Choice of Herbal Soup, Chicken Soup, Tom Yam. Choose either one or you can opt for “yin yong” (2 types of soup). As an Asian…of cos I would like to have ‘Tom Yam”. Therefore we went for “yin yong”.
This restaurant is pretty visible because it has a huge signboard. Located opposite KFC.
1 person is entitle to 1 egg. Rice Vermicelli for steamboat. A pot of tea is price at RM3.
These are all the ingredients served.
Chicken Fillets & Fish Fillets.
Jellyfish & Fried bean curd (Fu Chuk)
Check out the GREENS! So many types of fresh vegetables were served ♥♥♥
Put in the ingredients and boil them. I preferred Tom Yam soup over Chicken Soup. Chicken Soup was quite bland.
Yeahhh….ready to eat! The piping hot soup along with fresh ingredients….the feeling was so great. The satisfaction!!
O.K.Tuck Restaurant 26, Jalan Besar, Brinchang, 39100 Cameron Highlands, Pahang
Tel: 05-491 2380 Business hours: 11.30am – 3pm, 6pm – 11pm
9 thoughts on “Steamboat @ O.K. Tuck, Brinchang, Cameron Highlands”
ohhh my god!!!steamboat!!!!yummy yummy wait i come 🙂
tammy – hahaha….its rainy season now…seeing this steamboat feel so warm n comfy rite? 😉
hot, hearty, heartwarming. RM15 seems like a very reasonable bargain for that 😀
Sean – Ya…I would say its very reasonable. What’s more important is that, they are fresh! 😉
Me too had steamboat at CH, for twice. The conclusion:- Super fresh vegetables & a lot of that but the fish balls & meat not so fresh 😛
Choi Yen – Isit? That’s bad. BTW..Mind sharing which restaurant would you recommend there?
Nothing beats a good steamboat session in a chilly weather. Haha.
Chong – You are absolutely right! 🙂
perhaps another good reason to be coming back to CH is Gallery House of Magic Potions at Taman Royal Lily, Tanah Rata