Finally i went and tried this porridge steamboat. It’s really yummy-licious!!! Ichi-ban neh!!
Place: Farmland Porridge Steamboat.
We reached the place around 8.30pm and the place was crowded. Almost no seats for us. However, we managed to get 1 table for 5 of us. We immidiately order the food as we were all damn hungry after working for whole day.
This shop is along the Jalan Pudu, you will be able to spot it once your turn right from Pudu Jail traffic light.
The porridge was ready-cook before it was sent to the table, so we all dont have to wait for a long time.
The pork was sliced into very very thin pieces.
The fish cubes were delicious. It is always the best meat to put in porridge.
The mutton also was sliced into thin pieces. Great skill!
Forgive me, i dont know what this mushroom called. Haha.
These were included in the set meal.
When all the raw materials were put in… Hmmm….
Yea, i m ready for it.
Half time !!
For my friends who haven try yet, it’s really worth to give a try.
Something you should know:
-Parking – It’s either you double park at the front of the shop, or you gotto find car park at the lorong near/behind the shop, which does not seems safe at the lorong. But it is still fine because quite a lot of people park their cars there.
-If there are 5 of you, just order 3 heads for the sel meal, then order side dishes(raw) like pork, mutton, meat balls bla bla bla… else, you will end up looking like 5 months pregnant. The food + porridge is really damn a lot.
-The set meal is quite affordable – Rm13.90 per head, if you wanna add porridge (which normally not neccessary) it will be RM1.50 per bowl. The only thing that is expensive is the extra order of raw materials, they have BIG and SMALL size for those raw materials. The minimum was RM5 per plate. Small size is like the fish cubes. Big size is like the mutton.
-The porridge is definitely got ajinomoto, I was very thirsty after the meal.
- So, Go GO GO! What are you waiting for? :p