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Fei Fan Hotpot

by Bangsar Babe

Jien and I have been frequenting Fei Fan Hotpot of late as we find the food pretty good value for money and taste wise, decent. We first tried Fei Fan in SS15 Courtyard before sticking to their other outlet at 163 Retail Park in Mont Kiara. I prefer the latter due to location.



Piping fish noodles into the broth

Fei Fan offers Hong Kong style hotpot compared to other steamboat buffets in town, with an option of pork bone, tomato, spicy ‘ma la’ or pepper pig’s stomach soup. I tried the first three and my two favourites are the pork bone and tomato.


You get a selection of pork shoulder, pork belly, pork intestines, pork liver, beef, chicken slice and chicken in rice wine to eat with the hotpot. There’s also handmade beef and pork balls, fish noodles, prawn dumplings and chive dumplings to add to the overall experience.


Handmade dumplings and meatballs


Beef balls


Stuffed tofu and fish noodle paste


I like the pork meatball and both the dumplings as they are freshly made and retains a nice bite. Our friends like the chicken marinated in rice wine, which adds depth to the pork bone soup. Broth-wise, I find Fei Fan’s is decent. While the soups aren’t as good as the hotpot place in BangsarSri Petaling and Kelana Jaya, I find this the best among the buffet hotpot options.


Dumplings in spicy “mala” broth


Pork bone broth and spicy “mala” broth

There’s also a buffet selection of vegetables, noodles, egg and frozen meatballs if that’s your thing. The sauce counter is worth a mention as you get more than ten types of sauces to pick and choose from, to create your own dipping sauce. I left my dipping sauce in the hands of the sauce maestro, Jien.


Tomato and pork bone broth


Beef slices, pork belly and chicken in rice wine

The buffet also includes water, Ribena and lemon tea, as well as softserve ice cream. Service is fairly efficient but there’s some inconsistency with the portions of meat – sometimes, you get four to five slices per serving. When I was there last week, there were two (yes, two!) slices on a plate. I reckon someone’s being lazy in the kitchen.


Overall, I like going to Fei Fan Hotpot because for RM45.90++ per person, food quality is decent. It is very popular among hotpot lovers so be sure to call ahead and book a table. Walk-in customers usually have to wait between 30 minutes to an hour.


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Ambiance: 6.5/10
Price: 7/10
Food: 6.5/10 (non-halal)
Verdict: Good meat selection, decent broth and good value for money.


Fei Fan Hotpot
1F-09, 163 Retail Park,
Jalan Kiara, 50480
Mont Kiara, Kuala Lumpur.
Tel: 03-6419 4928
Business hours: 11am till 11pm

Lot G-10 Ground Floor,
SS15 Courtyard,
Jalan SS15/4G,
47500 Subang Jaya,
Tel: 03-7496 6438
Business hours: 11am till 11pm

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