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Friday, 30 August 2019


Fahrenheit 88 Bukit Bintang
Great Hotpot Dining Experience at Xiao Long Kan 小龙坎老火锅, Chenghu best hotpot is finally here in Fahrenheit 88 at Bukit Bintang, Kuala Lumpur! Xiao Long Kan 小龙坎老火锅 is the latest player in the Chinese hotpot scene in Klang Valley among the many of the China hotpot in the market.


Xiao Long Kan Hot Pot Malaysia
Block D Lot D3 
179 Jalan Bukit Bintang,
55100 Kuala Lumpur
Tel 010 - 220 9618 / 03 - 2110 1028
Opening Hours Daily
2PM – 2AM
Valet Parking Available

Recently my family and I had a big tasting of the authentic Sichuan cuisine, Chengdu's famous hotpot right here in Malaysia. Located strategically at bustling shopping Bukit Bintang area, the famous Xiao Long Kan 小龙坎老火锅 has arrived at our shores with their spiciest hundred-year-old recipe to delight your senses. 

Bubbling 3-Flavoured HotPot 
RM 48

It was indeed a super spicy hotpot experience, challenging our taste buds with one of the spiciest hundred-year-old recipes in Xiao Long Kan 小龙坎老火锅. My hubby is spicy food lovers was totally hooked on the Traditional Spicy Soup that comes with 3 levels of spiciness to challenge one's endurance.    

The stunning ambience at Xiao Long Kan 小龙坎老火锅. Upon stepping in, you would be transported to China in Chengdu for the authentic Sichuan style mala hot pot experience, right here in the heart of Kuala Lumpur.  

Reliving a significant era through its food and decor, the settings at Xiao Long Kan 小龙坎老火锅takes us back to the old-time traditional Chinese restaurant where diners have their meals seated on wooden stools in the pavilion. 

Come & Meet Master Chef Lai ~ The Master Of  Hotpot  

Dining at Xiao Long Kan 小龙坎老火锅 requires some leg power to climb up a few flights of stairs as they don't have lifts for diners. Luckily Auntie Lilly still able to climb up all the way to the 4th floor on stairs!

Spanning over 4 storeys, the newly opened hotpot restaurant offers lots of seating arrangements in their private rooms, pavilion sections for groups and open-dining spaces. 

Intimate Hotpot Seating For 2 Pax

Private Dining Room

Oh yes, there are also two-seaters dining area offering diners great privacy for an intimate hotpot dining experience at the restaurant.  

 3-flavoured Pot
RM 48

Take your pick from the three variety of soup base – Signature Traditional Spicy Malat Soup, Tomato-Flavoured Soup, Mushroom Soup and Pork Bone Soup. Diners can choose between the Single-flavoured Pot (RM 48), Double-flavoured Pot (RM 48) or 3-flavoured Pot (RM 48).

Signature Traditional Spicy Malat Soup

Tomato-Flavoured Soup 

Mushroom Soup

For dinner, we had the 3-flavoured hotpot, so that we get to try all three soups from the spicy to sourish sweet and the non-spicy mild-flavoured soup ~ the Traditional Spicy Malat Soup, Tomato-Flavoured Soup and Mushroom Soup.

 Australian A5 Beef 澳洲A5和牛
RM 128

XLK Spicy Chili Beef 双辣牛
RM 48

 Rose Meatball 手工玫瑰丸子
RM 26

Shrimp Paste 手工蝦滑
RM 38

Select your choice of dishes from the huge variety that the menu provides, from home favourites such as XLK Spicy Chili Beef 双辣牛, Australian A5 Beef 澳洲A5和牛, Rose Meatball 手工玫瑰丸子, and Shrimp Paste 手工蝦滑 to exotic food such as Pork Brain 聪明脑花, Crystal Glass Duck Intestine 冰球鸭肠, Supreme Thousand Layered Beef Omasum 澳洲精品千层肚 and Pork Blood 清肺猪血.

 Pork Brain 聪明脑花
RM 10

 Crystal Glass Duck Intestine 冰球鸭肠
RM 28

Supreme Thousand Layered Beef Omasum 澳洲精品千层肚
RM 48

 Black Fungus
RM 8
 Pork Belly
RM 28

 Fish Ball
RM 10

 Ling Long Roll
RM 20

No hotpot meal is complete without the right sauce, and Xiao Long Kan 小龙坎老火锅 offers diner their dipping sauce with a mix of minced garlic, minced chillies, chopped scallions and cilantro. Pour in their special fragrant oil - Xiang You 香油

 Fragrant Oil - Xiang You 香油

Chef Lai explained that the fragrant oil helps to tone down the spiciness whereas the minced garlic does its job to kill the bacteria of uncooked meat.  If you are looking for a more robust flavour dipping sauce, you may add-in oyster sauce and black vinegar to enhance it.   

If you look close enough at the menu, there's a guide to the cooking time of each food items from seconds to minutes. I find it quite interesting and believe that this is a general guide to make sure that enthusiastic or adventurous hotpot diners going overboard to undercook or overcook the fresh ingredients.   

Crispy Meat 现炸酥肉 
RM 16

Apart from all the hotpot food items, we relished some of their signature snack side dishes while waiting for the soups to arrive.

Everyone loved the Crispy Meat 现炸酥肉 - best eaten when hot and do watch out for the tiny round little Szechuan hot peppers.

Brown Sugar 红糖糍粑
RM 13

Brown Sugar 红糖糍粑, on the other hand, is a much-loved dessert of the Sichuan cuisine.

Crispy on the outside with a soft-sticky gooey inside and served topped with minced peanut and drizzling of brown sugar sauce, these sticky glutinous rice cakes are a good sweet treat, especially after a spicy hotpot meal.  

Scent Machine

After a satisfying hotpot meal, do remember to check out the Scent Machine at the ground floor before leaving.

Capping off my hotpot dining experience at Xiao Long Kan 小龙坎老火锅 Malaysia with a refreshing spray mist 

With a press of the button, this interesting one-of-its-kind machine gives out spraying like mist effect to rid diners' of any strong hotpot odour and to make them smelling fresh and nice!   

Xiao Long Kan 小龙坎老火锅 makes an excellent choice not just in terms of taste and atmosphere, but also a great high-end hotpot restaurant offering some of the most original for their Sichuan's Malat soup with a large selection of premium and good quality food items to excite your taste buds. 
Thanks, Master Chef Lai for taking the time to explain everything we need to know about the authentic and original taste of Chenghu's Best Sichuan hotpot cuisine!   

Xiao Long Kan 小龙坎老火锅 promises to treat your senses to a gastronomic Oriental odyssey with their unique premium hotpot dining experience of its kind!  

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