Niama hotpot in M’sia will please your mother & other family members on a cold rainy night
The words that usually follow the Hokkien phrase “niama” – which translates to “your mother” – isn’t always the friendliest.
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So when an unexpected pairing of the words “hotpot” and “niama” came about, netizens instantly took nice.
Niama Hotpot, an up-and-coming steamboat restaurant in Petaling Jaya, Malaysia, recently went viral even before serving their first customer.
Steamboat is a dish loved by most, but when the restaurant’s name pays tribute to everyone’s beloved mothers, it’s literally impossible to hate.
It seems the restaurant will also be decorated with banners featuring well wishes from everyone’s mothers.
Unfortunately, at the time of writing, the hotpot restaurant has yet to open officially.
A preview of the restaurant’s premises seems to suggest that the eatery will be decorated with a retro theme in mind.
A hiring notice can be seen hanging outside its premises with the words “opening soon”, similar to this posted online.……
Food & Beverage Singapore News
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