Eat Only Lar!

27 Jun, 2009

Restoran Chongqing Chicken Hot Pot (重庆鸡公煲)

Posted by: Wen Ching In: Chinese Food

This post is dated back to November 2007 when there were lots of restaurants mushrooming in Kuchai Lama area. We decided to give this place a try after knowing that Ho Chak introduced this restaurant.

Chongqing Chicken Hot Pot is a chain restaurant founded in China. It has many outlets all over China and new branches are also found in the Philippines, Singapore, Canada, Hong Kong and Malaysia. As far as we know, there are 3 branches located in Malaysia – Kuchai Lama, Kepong and Johor.

The interior of the restaurant was nice and simple. But bear in mind that it could be a little warm during the day as I have experienced it with Ai Wei quite some time ago.

There are several types of meat to choose for the hot pot, namely chicken, pork, beef, fish and prawns. Small hot pots are priced at RM18.80, medium at RM25.80 and large at RM34.80. You can also tailor the level of spiciness to your own preference. We had a small chicken hot pot (鸡公煲) with medium level of spiciness. Unlike normal hot pots, this restaurant serves hot pot without soup and little gravy. Served piping hot, the chicken was rather spicy, soft and springy, it was garnished with celery, onions, parsley and carrots. It was very nice when eaten with plain white rice.

Next, we had an extremely spicy pork ribs hot pot (恐龙骨煲). Dried chilies are visible in the pot and the pork ribs were spicy, it was delicious! Meat wise, we would prefer chicken to pork because of the softness and the bounciness of the chicken meat. As for the level of spiciness, the spicier the better!

The staff poured the soup into the hot pot when we’re almost done eating the meat and vegetables. The flaming soup was very spicy and flavourful, especially after cooking the ingredients for a long time. Other than that, customers are free to choose additional ingredients such as fish balls, bean curd and other vegetables to add into their hot pot. Prices ranged from RM1 to RM4.

Overall, it was a delightful meal, it suits people like us who craved for spicy food at all times. Remember to bring along a box of tissue with you when you decided to challenge the fiery meal! For more information, please visit the Chinese official website here.

Restaurant Information
21, Jalan Kuchai Maju 8,
Off Jalan Kuchai Lama,
Taman Entrepreneurs Park,
58200 Kuala Lumpur,
Malaysia.
Tel: 03-79806008

14 Responses to "Restoran Chongqing Chicken Hot Pot (重庆鸡公煲)"

1 | sock peng

June 28th, 2009 at 12:52 am

Avatar

看过电视节目介绍
可是不曾试过

2 | ♥-wanyi-♥

June 28th, 2009 at 1:24 am

Avatar

感觉很不错啊~
好想闻闻是什么味道哦~
一定很香~呵呵

3 | Stephanie

June 28th, 2009 at 8:17 am

Avatar

Never try this restaurant before,
After your introduction,
I think i will go to try it out,
Cuz it looks so delicious.

4 | summer

June 28th, 2009 at 10:01 am

Avatar

我也是没有尝试过~:)因为感觉都好辣~上次好吃介绍的时候,我刚好有看过那一集:)

5 | 左撇子

June 28th, 2009 at 10:06 am

Avatar

那煲的设计很可爱耶~ :)

6 | backStreetGluttons

June 29th, 2009 at 12:32 am

Avatar

yeah , classic Chinese dishes must come out piping/steaming hot !

With the right ingredients and spices ( and right co ) shud make this place a great place for a sit down meal !

7 | Wilson Ng

June 29th, 2009 at 1:06 am

Avatar

Chicken hot pot… will try one when i get slimmer… too much foods latelt… 😛

8 | SimpleGirl

June 29th, 2009 at 2:12 am

Avatar

nice place when one is longing for hot and spciy food….

9 | ai wei

June 29th, 2009 at 3:02 am

Avatar

this is a BIG NONO on DAY!!! it was extremely warm last time. and also a NONO for now… the weather is extremely warm and hot and … u will sweat all over.

love the experience with u here and i rmb we joked and had real much fun. hahahaha

guess it must be a real hard time for u guys in uk now. no chillies e, no hotter and spicier stuff e. wahahaha

10 | cariso

June 29th, 2009 at 1:52 pm

Avatar

Wow, must be really spicy one har!

11 | Phooi Fun

June 29th, 2009 at 6:08 pm

Avatar

i went ter be4, the pot is not bad… nice trying!!! o ya, update me when ur coming back ya!

12 | Sugar Bean

June 30th, 2009 at 12:32 am

Avatar

sock peng, 对,好吃曾经介绍这家餐厅。我们觉得还不错的。

♥-wanyi-♥, 哈哈,还挺香的。有机会的话可以尝试一下!

Stephanie, if you like spicy food I guess this would be the right place for you. We find this restaurant quite good, no harm trying it out! :)

summer, 好像很多人都有看到好吃介绍。如果怕太辣的话,可以尝试没有那么辣的鸡公煲。

左撇子,呵呵,还挺好的,因为食物可以保热。

backStreetGluttons, yeah, love it when it's served piping hot, and it was kept warm by the fire lighted below the pot. A good place for a fiery meal, but it might be a little warm.

Wilson Ng, too much good food, too little stomach. We totally understand what you mean. :)

SimpleGirl, yeah, can't agree further with you! Satisfy our cravings for spicy food!

ai wei, haha, yeah, when we went it was SO hot in the afternoon. Is KL really hot right now? Haha, maybe it's better to go there during dinner instead. We still have spicy food here, bought bird eye's chili to cook. Just can't stay away from spicy stuff! :)

cariso, yeah, the hottest version is very hot indeed. If you do like hot stuff, we would recommend you to give this restaurant a try.

Phooi Fun, oh, you've been there before too? Hehe, the food's quite good right? No problem, would tell you if I'm going back. Miss you!

13 | vic

September 18th, 2010 at 12:36 pm

Avatar

I am located in the Philippines. Where is Chongqing located here?

14 | tan andrian

October 30th, 2016 at 3:50 pm

Avatar

I called a few times and a man answer the call , do you have a branch restaurant in Johor bahru , can I have the address and tel number

thanks
andrian

Comment Form

About Us

We eat. We travel. We blog. Here we record our experiences.

Archives

Munch Box!

Subscribe for Munchies!

Enter your email address:

Delivered by FeedBurner

Statistics

Site Meter