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12. Rice Porridge

There are a few types of rice porridge or congee available in KL. You can have the ever popular pork innards porridge or other varieties that includes fish, chicken, frog and cuttlefish.

 

Frog porridge is harder to find nowadays as frogs are pricey. Frog porridge is quite common Chinese food and they are popular with the older generations.

 

For pork innards porridge, there is a name everyone knows, HonKee Porridge in Petaling Street. They are currently franchising with various outlets around KL.

 

Honkee Porridge (汉记靚粥) Bandar Puteri Puchong Address, Tel and Contact:

No. 52, Jalan Puteri 2/4, Bandar Puteri, Puchong.

Tel: +6012 238 0362.

http://www.honkeeporridge.com/

Story: Honkee Porridge (汉记靚粥) Bandar Puteri Puchong

 

Teo Chew Porridge

 

Teo Chew porridge is plain porridge with the selection of side dishes to go with it. Most common food that goes well with teo chew porridge includes salted duck egg, salted fish, omelette, black bean fish and many more.

 

Some mixed rice stalls offer teo chew porridge too while you can the popular ones like Fong Wah at Changkat Thambi Dollah.

 

Fong Wah Teochew Porridge Address and Contact:

35 Changkat Thambi Dollah

Off Jalan Pudu

55100 Kuala Lumpur

Tel: 603-2143 4088

Opening Hours: 10.30am – 4.30am

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13. Char Siew/ Siew yoke Rice

The reason Char Siew (BBQ pork belly) and Siew Yoke (roast pork belly) are listed and categorized as one because most of the places sell both of them together. They are one of the most common Chinese food around KL and what so special about them?


Siew Yoke or Roast Pork Belly is crispy on the skin and tender on the meat. Most siew yoke has a little saltiness at the bottom of the meat as they usually marinated them with salt (and sometimes “five spices”). Siew yoke is a popular meat for Chinese communities around the world and KL too.

 

Char Siew or BBQ Pork Belly is another hot favourite among the local Chinese community. Unlike the char siew from the Southern region states of Malaysia, Singapore and East Malaysia, KL’s version is often caramelized and roasted till dark red in colour while the other region’s char siew is dyed to red colour on the outer layer and they usually use lean meat. KL’s version is usually three layers meat and it often tastes sweet. The best char siew is juicy and tender and almost melt in your mouth.

Restoran Sun Ming Connaught Address, Tel and Contact:

No 137, Jln Sarjana,
Taman Connaught
Tel: 03-9133 2151

Read: Sun Ming and Grilled Chinese Andouillette

 

Wong Kee Pudu Address and Contact:

30 Jalan Nyonya, off Jalan Pudu;

GPS: 3.139231, 101.711308

Phone: 03-2145 2512 / +6012-2690660

Open Monday-Saturday, 12:30 p.m.-3 p.m.

Read: Wong Kee Best Siew Yoke in Malaysia

 

Soo Kee Address, Tel, Map and Contact:

No. 373-1, 4th Mile, (Opposite Ampang City and behind Ampang Grocers)

Jalan Ampang Kuala Lumpur

GPS: 3.158449, 101.747088

Tel: 03-4257 0767

Closed on Mondays

Story: Char Siew and Siew Yuk at Soo Kee, Jalan Ampang

 

Restoran Char Siew Yoong Address and Contact:

No. 23, Jalan Pudu Ulu, Cheras,

Kuala Lumpur

Tel: 012-2137163 (Yoong)

Story: Peel Road Char Siew Yoong in Pudu Ulu

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17 thoughts on “Top 20 Chinese Food in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

  1. i have been hurt before. with ordering hokkien mee in johor. (ok it was on the way to pulau tioman)

  2. due to raising cost most of the so called malaysian good food had drop in standard, if you have good tongue, you should know this.

  3. Hi Chun Man,

    Yes, I do agree with your statement. Some of them either losing the portion or lack the quality it used to possessed. Thanks for your comment.

    Wilson

  4. The LAM MEE doesn’t taste like 1997-1999. When reach 2004 it sucks, always missing that 1 particular taste. Don’t know why people still crazy for it.

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