Hotpot feasting at Ming’s Steam Boat for S’s birthday:
Chilly nights are best spent with your mates hovering over a huge steaming pot of broth and reaping the rewards of cooking your own food.
Selecting our meats, noodles, veggies and stock broth on their clipboard menu, a variety of sauces, hot pot and some of our ordered ingredients.
We opt for a half and half pot with 2 different soup stocks: ‘special home made chilli hot pot soup base’ and ‘fresh tomato pork ribs hot pot soup base’.
Service is slow so patience is definitely needed especially when wait staff have difficulty understanding you and vice versa.
We order a mound of food including fresh seafood, fish balls, fresh vegetables, meats and noodles a plenty!
Satisfied? You betcha!
The heat from the chilli broth, the chewy bouncy fish balls, freshly cooked seafood, sweet corn cobs, stringy enoki mushrooms, al dente noodles all dipped generously in a concoction of sauces. Delish!
After dinner, we make a pit stop at a bar and ice creamery for a drink and a sugar hit before heading to our final destination: karaoke!
Late night snacking at karaoke with hot chips and dukbogki (spicy rice cakes)
Happy birthday Stranger! 🙂
Ming’s Steam Boat
301-303 Morphett Street
Adelaide SA 5000
P 08 8410 0188