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Kapten Steamboat & Grill is a great choice for those of you who prefer a steamboat food in a comfortable and relaxed. The restaurant features a very beautiful interiors with polish and ocean themes. The restaurant also has a very comfortable facilities including a prayer and a play area for children.

The food here is also undeniable quality and palatability. The menu can be ordered steamboat buffet or set depending on the interest and the quantity of food. It also comes with a delicious sauce. Steamboat component also fresh and varied.


In addition there are also steamboat ala carte menu such as rice, noodles and so on to try. As the name of this restaurant, it also serves grill ranging from chicken, beef, lamb or seafood.Grill lamb here even considered among the best in Johor Bharu.


The restaurant is also suitable for a family dinner or with friends. It is also suitable for any occasion modest scale. The price is very reasonable compared to the quality of service and food.

 Address : Taman Suria Muafakat, 81200 Larkin, Johor, Malaysia

Contact : +60 17-711 1792

Source : Internet

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