Thanks to Criz for adding my name to the list and Mr. Dennis for inviting us. This would be my 3rd time meeting up with fellow bloggers to makan just for this month. With the rate we are going, any MPPP would kaput...hahaha!

There were too many photos. So I decided to compile them into a video for easy viewing.

Like most BBQ steamboat restaurants, an array of sauce would be provided. However I did prefer to eat without adding any sauce for the original taste :)

In JL Steamboat, there are 2 stations which is the Steamboat Station and Teppanyaki Station. However, it doesn't really matter. To me, anything can go to the hotplate XD I chose to grill seafood tofu and Japanese egg tofu this time around. It was well received and we had another round of grilled tofus :D

Of course you can choose to grill other items. If you don't like tofu, you still have canned button mushrooms, crabstick, sotong balls, sweetcorns, crab (seasonal), egg and so on...LOL...I would say BBQ Steamboats is fun as we can be creative in what and how we want the food to turn out.

With four soup flavour available (Clear, Herbal, Fish & Tom Yam), there is no limit on how you want to pair the ingredients with those soups. Maggi mee, Tom Yam and oyster musrooms would be my favourite combo. However the soup was a bit bland. Would be great if they can add some lemongrass and tomatoes to the soup for some depth.

It wouldn't be complete without a Drinks & Dessert corner. Besides fruits, jelly, red bean soup and iced teas, there is a chocolate fountain! Again, its totally up to your imagination. We had the chocolate coating skewers of marshmallows, finger biscuits and ice creams...hahaha!

BBQ steamboat dinner was fun, fun and fun with a crazy bunch:
Buzzing Bee
FoOd PaRaDiSe
Steven Goh
Yummy Station

It's nice meeting FoOd PaRaDiSe and Yummy Station :)

RM17.90 (Lunch time, Mon-Fri) ; RM21.90 (Dinner, Normal price)

Senior Citizen 55 years old and above
RM14.90 (Lunch time, Mon-Fri) ; RM 16.90
(Dinner, Normal price)

Children below 10 years old - RM8.90


JL Steamboat Restaurant
No. 27 Nagore Road,
Georgetown Penang.
(within walking distance from New World Park)

Business Hours:
11.30am - 3pm
5pm - 11pm

04 - 2101122


Set Lunch Promotion:
per set inclusive free flow drinks & one dessert.
There are 4 sets to choose from...

  • Nasi Lemak with Curry Chicken(加里鸡椰浆饭)
  • Seafood Tom Yam Noodles (海鲜东炎面)
  • Yong Tau Fu (酿豆腐)
  • Congee Fish/Meat (鱼粥 / 肉粥)

Happy reading~

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  1. FoOd PaRaDiSe // May 27, 2009 at 7:33 AM  

    Nice meeting you too.....I think everyone is rushing to post before the dateline ah........ ^-^

  2. Cokeworld Citizen // May 27, 2009 at 7:41 AM  

    FoOd PaRaDiSe:
    :) You wake up so early eh... I am about to go to bed now XD

    Dateline tomorrow ma...hahaha still got 24 hours...hehehe

  3. New Kid on the Blog // May 27, 2009 at 9:50 AM  

    wah.... am speechless...

  4. Cokeworld Citizen // May 27, 2009 at 4:51 PM  


  5. Steven Goh // May 27, 2009 at 4:52 PM  

    Impressed, all in one movie. Nice, if got some background music even better.

  6. buzzingbee // May 27, 2009 at 8:56 PM  

    haha good one, putting in video. I'm contemplating which photos to put up..there's so many!!!
    great to meet up with you again! :)

  7. Cokeworld Citizen // May 27, 2009 at 9:01 PM  

    Steven Goh:
    Haha easier ma...background music ar? Need time to find hehe...later lah.

  8. cariso // May 27, 2009 at 9:02 PM  

    Agree, if got the lao juak conversation of you guys, even better! :)

  9. Cokeworld Citizen // May 27, 2009 at 9:41 PM  

    Buzzing Bee:
    Haha last minute mah...Here oso...after choosing then oni realise there are almost 40 pictures! O.o

    Hahaha never thought about that. You guys don't mind? XD

  10. CRIZ LAI // May 29, 2009 at 8:35 PM  

    Hmm.. I was surprised how our MPPP can complain about eating too much. LOL! It was indeed fun. More coming up. :)

  11. Cokeworld Citizen // May 30, 2009 at 1:04 AM  

    Criz Lai:
    hayo you pernah have kids calling you "tua pui cha bor" when you small anot?