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  • Wu Hou Fu Hot Pot Kepong Review


    Wu Hou Fu Hot Pot Kepong

    My childhood friend Kenby invited me to try a delicious new Sichuan hot pot resto that opened in Kepong last year, Wu Hou Fu Hot Pot. She said their mala is a must-try and that I would love it. It was her birthday, and she booked a VIP room for all of us! Thank you so much *finger love* πŸ’–

    Googling, I found out that it's one of the popular hot pot chains from Chengdu, China. As you know, Chengdu is famed for its signature spicy and flavourful hot pot dishes. But what surprised me was that this resto is under another hot pot resto brand, Shu Da Xia! I've eaten the one in Hartamas a few times because their mala is so good. Their fresh beef and lamb were of good quality, too—fresh, red, and inviting.


    Upon arriving, I was amazed by the glory and size of this restaurant. It feels like a piece of ancient China was just transported out of nowhere. I was told that this restaurant is themed around the Three Kingdoms. They even have the traditional costumes for diners to change into for the Kodak moment. Seriously huge restaurant; one can even book the whole place to have a wedding feast. I know I would, because I love hot pot so much!

    the resto is on the first floor of DSR Gallery Kepong

    seriously huge, this is just one part that I snap

    they have several VIP rooms available too

    the lily pavilion is the most beautiful dining area with misty cold fog

    the sauce station all the basics you need is here
    (u can make their signature sauces too! just follow the board)
    *unfortunately it's all in Chinese, bananas like me can't understand*

    but I was super happy to know they have a giant pot of coriander!
    (I love coriander so much so this makes me really happy)

    our table full of their recommended dishes

    When my friend ordered all their signature dishes 😍 it was a good chance for me to snap all the pics to share on my blog so I was really happy. So happy that I climbed on top of the chair to snap a top view of the hot pot and "ordered" my friends to be hand models for me haha. I wonder if they hated me *sorry* hehe.


    The waitress who served us, was so patient in answering all our questions about recommendations and what's this. I took a look at the menu and was shocked that they weren't overly expensive! For a place like this, you'd think on average the dishes would cost rm20 - 30 a plate for the basics, but a pork belly slice costs RM18 only, and vegetables, snacks, and noodle selections were RM10 more or less! Shock die me. Meal charge for the sauces, fruits and tea are RM6/pax, corkage RM30.

    πŸ‘ Triple Flavour Pot RM42

    When the dishes arrived, I have to admit they're not very "extra" (styling/decor) but everything was fresh and of top quality! The portion is pretty standard, and for the price, I am not complaining. The boss came by and shared with us that the prices and location, were intended to serve the neighbourhood, to allow everyone in Kepong to enjoy good, premium hot pot at affordable prices. 

    He recommended for us to take their triple flavour pot RM42 with tomato, three delicacy herbal broth, and their signature traditional Sichuan Mala Soup Vegetable Oil 🌢, but we opted for butter-based instead because we wanted the beefy mala type. You can choose the heat level on the menu (we took the mildest to be safe!). The mala isn't the numbing kind (or I think it's not, it's very aromatic).

    I definitely will order the same soups again because the πŸ…tomato soup is so good! It is as good as Habour Hot Pot's tomato but richer in taste, not diluted (I wonder how many tomatoes sacrificed for this). Absolutely drinkable non-stop. Its sweet-sour tanginess goes well with noodles and rice. The mala butter was so aromatic and beefy πŸ₯© that the whole room smelled of peppercorns. The three delicacies herbal soup definitely tasted very herbal (not my cup of tea, but will try mushroom next).

    a feast in the VIP room min. spend RM500
    (free booking if celebrating birthday)

    fried beancurd stick RM9 / xiang ling roll RM13

    sweet potato pasta RM6 / hand pulled noodles RM7
    instant noodle RM5

    konjac silk RM8 / πŸ‘ kung fu green bamboo RM10

    πŸ‘ Tian Xiang Marinated Pork Ribs RM30
    *special recipe*

    The first thing my friend ordered was this marinated pork ribs. I was skeptical at first, but after eating this, I knew why this was highly recommended. The marinade was good, there's heat and mala aroma to it. It goes well with the mala soup, which completes its transformation.

    The Bamboo Shrimp Paste came in a set of two : spicy and non-spicy. It's fresh, bouncy, and juicy in the mouth! Another favourite on the table is the marinated lamb skewer on a boat. The chewy, juicy texture coupled with the scent of lamb make this dish delicious! *special recipe*

    I'll leave you with the pictures of the food we ordered, but there were definitely the basic staples of hot pot meats and seafood that you can order for under RM20 per dish. The ones we had were all special and more premium because it's our friend's birthday!

    For those who with special requests for acquire taste dishes such as duck intestines, pork brains, pork blood to be eaten with spicy mala just like in Chengdu, they have it here too at affordable prices!

    πŸ‘ bamboo shrimp paste RM39 
    πŸ‘ marinated lamb skewer on boat RM34 *special recipe*

    πŸ‘ spanish iberico pork RM42

    premium sliced pork belly RM18
    premium sliced lamb shoulder RM29

    πŸ‘ shu han spicy beef RM27 *special recipe*
    Iberico Abanico Strip RM48

    the tiger prawns were served with half shell peeled!

    πŸ‘ tiger prawns RM58 / fine fish fillet RM17
    (we won the fish from playing the dart game!)
    (we won the fish from playing the dart game!)


    green bamboo shoots RM10 / pork blood RM8
    (we won the fish from playing the dart game!)

    pork brain RM10

    fresh duck intestines RM18

    πŸ‘ colorful ice jelly RM6
    fried rice with egg RM4

    πŸ‘ rice cake with brown sugar syrup RM10
    a must-have after a fiery mala hot pot

    curious about the dart game? each table can play once & win a dish!

    Dart Game Prizes (one game per table)
    1 to 2 pcs: Pork Balls/Lobster Balls
    3-4 pcs: fine pig five flowers / flower carving fish fillets
    shot 5 all in: Spanish black fur pork/bamboo shrimp slippery

    All in all, I definitely will come back here again and try the Mala vegetable next! If you're celebrating your birthday here, do call in advance to book and request the free birthday arrangement. My friend booked, but she never said it was her birthday. There's also a lunch promo of RM99 for 2 pax and many more promotions during the weekdays. Kepong people are really lucky to have a nice hot pot in their area! I wish there was a hot pot in Damansara Perdana, The Curve, or IPC.

    η”²ζ΄žζ­¦δΎ―εΊœη«ι”…Wu Hou Fu Hot Pot Kepong
    πŸ“DSR Gallery Kepong, LOT 1-03, K-Gallery
    No. 10 Jalan Idaman, Jalan 1/62a, Bandar Menjalara,
    52100 Kepong,  Kuala Lumpur

    Phone: 010-228 2820

    ⏰Weekdays 4pm-12am
    ⏰Weekend/public holiday 12pm-12am

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