Nov
20
2014

Bone & Pot’s Collagen Soup

Collagen is one of the key structural proteins in the body and accounts for one third of total protein in the body. It is primarily found in the skin, bones, tendons, cartilages and blood vessels. Collagen is instrumental in maintaining the structure of the skin, tissues, organs, as well as repairing any damaged tissues. 

Collagen is good for our skin. It brightens, firms, moisturizes, nourishes and prevents the formation of wrinkles. The skin is the biggest organ in the human body. 70% of the skin’s dermis layer comprises collagen. The fibrous collagen forms a net-like structure that gives skin its elasticity. Collagen replenishes the nutrients needed by the skin and delivers water to the skin cells to keep them supple and firm, thus allowing the skin to maintain its moisture, resilience, smoothness and natural glow. As such, it has gained an unshakable reputation in the field of healthcare and beauty.

What if somebody told you that there is a new collagen soup in town? I got news that Bone & Pot has expanded their menu to now include “Collagen Soup”. Bone & Pot is famed for their signature steamboat broth base that is made of quality bones and boiled for 8 hours. So when I heard that they have this health and beauty collagen soup, I quickly gathered my vain pot friend to join us to try it out. He is none other than Ethan’s favourite KorKor, XiangCool :P

Bone & Pot new menu Collagen Soup Steamboat

It has been ages since Ethan last met this favourite big bro of his.

Bone & Pot Collagen Soup

Collagen jelly, derived from deep sea marine sources, imported fresh from Japan. You can actually feel the soft suppleness if you lightly press on the jelly.

Bone & Pot Collagen Soup Steamboat

Heat it up and it will turn into a health and beauty concoction of collagen soup.

I was told that the collagen jelly flown in from Japan is made from the highest quality fish scales. It has an attractive creamy shade and very mild flavours. The collagen soup base is made from fresh pork bones and a secret blend of ingredients cooked for more than 8 hours in fresh chicken stock. The collagen jelly is added once the flavours from the ingredients have been fully extracted and the soup is topped with Chinese herbs including dried red dates and wolfberries. 

Bone & Pot Collagen Soup

The collagen soup is priced at RM22 while the rest of the ingredients are at ala carte prices. 

These are some of the items that we had:

Bone & Pot Collagen Soup Steamboat Golden Bean Curd

We had two servings of this Golden Bean Curd while waiting for the soup to boil. Crispy on the outside, super soft on the inside. 

Bone & Pot Collagen Soup Crab Roe Ball

Crab Roe Ball

Bone & Pot Collagen Soup Fish ball

Fish Ball

Bone & Pot Collagen Soup Seafood Squid Ball

Seafood Squid Ball

Bone & Pot Collagen Soup Steamboat beef slices

Beef cut for me and Xiang as Darling doesn’t eat beef.

Bone & Pot Collagen Soup Steamboat Pork Slices

We got this pork slices to share with Darling but I ended eating most of it coz it was right in front of me. 

Bone & Pot Collagen Soup Steamboat Homemade Pork Ball

Homemade Pork Ball

Bone & Pot Collagen Soup Steamboat Taiwanese Meat Ball With Mushroom

Taiwanese Meat Ball with Mushroom

Bone & Pot Collagen Soup Steamboat noodles

Noodles for the boys. 

Collagen Soup

Since we are into health and beauty tonight, the guys decided to pamper me to the max and do all the job leaving me with the simplest task of … eating! ^_^

Bone & Pot sauces

Maybe because I like my steamboat soup to be hot and spicy, I find this Collagen soup to be on the rather mild side but like any other steamboat, it gets better as more ingredients are added and their flavours enhanced the soup. I ate everything dipped in their signature sauces so I’m good. The boys love this collagen soup as they don’t eat spicy stuffs. 

By the way, the daily supply of this collagen soup is limited and a one-day advanced booking is required at any Bone & Pot branches. It was nice catching up with Xiang and I like dining here because it is air-conditioned. Alright, that is all for now. I guess I better go get my beauty sleep now. All that collagen will go to waste if I don’t go to bed now as it is already 2 am!

22 Comments + Add Comment

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    Yummy meal and beauty inside out yeah

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    Merryn Reply:

    Feeling all beautiful now, Sherry :)

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    Why you never invite me leh? Tsk! Tsk! Btw, who’s that other kid at the table?

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    Merryn Reply:

    You so far away :P The other kid is Dylan, Jenn’s son.

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    Nampak macam sedap pun. Last time wanted to come here, but in the end decided to go to Dragon Door Inn instead..

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    Merryn Reply:

    Nampak macam cantik. Haha. It’s kinda bland for me though. Need a lot of sauce to go with this.

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    wah…your skin must be very radiant now! Collagen overload!

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    Merryn Reply:

    Eat one time only so fast got difference meh? Need to go eat at least once a week leh I think.

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    Wow, you guys had so much food! The collagen jelly looks yummy!

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    Merryn Reply:

    Yes, it was raining and we were very hungry :)

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    wah wah wah!! that was indeed a really collagenicious meal!!! the soup looks so loaded and look at all those balls and meat, fuyoh, after makan that one, can go home with an instantly “sui sui” complexion right?? haha..

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    Merryn Reply:

    At least we woke up a bit more ‘sui’ than the night before lah :D

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    I think there is a branch in Sri Petaling. May just go and try it out if I can get enough head counts to join in.

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    Merryn Reply:

    You dont need a big group for this. A pot can be shared by the two of you. That was what we had. Two pots for the 3 adults plus 2 kids.

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    Interesting! Dont think we have it here in Kuching.

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    Merryn Reply:

    I dont think so too. They only have branches in the Klang Valley at the moment.

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    I drank non-stop the collagen soup so that I can go back to my 20 years old skin :P

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    Merryn Reply:

    Eh, no wonder you looked doink doink when I met you last weekend :D

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    Should share your before and after eating collagen soup skin photo, for us to see the effect

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    Merryn Reply:

    Alamak. Lupa lak. Next time I go eat, I share on my Facebook okay :P

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    Wah! I want that soup only. Other food, I don’t want. Hehe.

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    Merryn Reply:

    Can lah. Go there order their collagen soup only. But at least order some meat balls to go with it lah ^_^

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