Best Sichuan Hot Pot in KL

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Hot pots have remained to be an integral part of the Chinese dining cuisine simply because the food is good and simple, perfect even for large gatherings. Sichuan or mala flavoured broths are always a favourite choice, especially for those whose tongues crave only the spiciest. The typical Sichuan style broth is essentially made up of lots and lots of Sichuan peppercorns, heaps of dried chilies and drowned in a thick layer of chili oil. So for all those who desperately need the heat, here’s a list of the recommended Sichuan hot pots in KL.  

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    Lao SiChuan SteamboatNon halal 01f78899591256b47a2708a65f6538333b86089a30fbd22545a41deece4ea490

    It’s highly recommended by many with a claim that one would able to sniff the authenticity of Sichuan hot pot just by walking through the restaurant’s front doors. Their Mala soup base is brimming with dried chilies, so much so that everyone around the table won't be able to help but to break out in wahs and huahs. This is definitely not a place to go if you want a quick bite, because what follows after is a hundred more. It’ll be a constant battle between pain and pleasure, but fret not as it’ll end with a satisfied belly and a proud nod of acknowledgement for Lao SiChuan.

    Tips

    They serve other Sichuan cuisine that is not hot pot as well

    Things to expect

    They charge extra for sauce

    Best with

    Get experimental with their selection of great sauces!

    Price

    RM40.00

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    Lao SiChuan Steamboat View restaurant

    47, Jalan Kuchai Maju 6, Kuchai Entrepreneurs Park, 58200 Kuala Lumpur, Wilayah Persekutuan Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
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    03-79719109

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    11:30AM—11:30PM
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    Ganguo is a variant of hot pot that is drier and more like a sauce-based version of it. Customers are given the freedom to choose their level of heat here as well, but keep in mind that even the 10% heat level is enough to leave some patrons shaking. Friends are sure to dare one another to challenge the 100% spiciness level so who’s up for it? Da Gan Guo serves up generous helpings of juicy meat that comes in big chunks. You won’t hear a complaint here about having too much vegetables and too little meat.

    Tips

    Generous servings for each dish, so don’t go too crazy with the orders

    Things to expect

    A clean and comfortable interior

    Best with

    Signature Deep Fried Edible Frogs

    Price

    RM35.00 to RM170.00

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    Da Gan Guo Restaurant View restaurant

    G-2, MH Avenue, Jalan Genting Kelang, Off Jalan Bunga Kantan, Batu 3 1/2, Setapak, 53300 Kuala Lumpur.
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    03–40317823

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    11:00AM—03:00PM
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    05:30PM—11:30PM
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    It’s adorably called ‘Little Fat Sheep’, and it’s a hot pot chain from China that has successfully made locals over there swarming for their Sichuan style broth. One can only expect the same over here in Malaysia. If it’s not obvious enough, go for their lamb! Dip it in their peppercorn soup that’s drenched with chili oil and try not to tear up while the fireworks happen in your mouth. Customers swear by this hot pot restaurant when it comes to the Klang Valley area, so hop in your car and get on over!

    Tips

    Parking is easily found after working hours

    Things to expect

    Prices may be a little more expensive

    Best with

    Order the ying yang soup (combination of hot & spicy and herbal soup)

    Price

    RM55.00

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    Xiao Fei Yang Restaurant @ KL View restaurant

    19, Lorong Thambi 2, Pudu, 55100 Kuala Lumpur, Wilayah Persekutuan Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
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    03-21426789

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    11:00AM—03:00PM
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    05:30PM—10:30PM
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