Wednesday, April 22, 2015

Mooi Mooi

Siew Yuk (Roast Pork) for 2 pax - very crunchy skin.

My rice (very oily) - small portion

Self service soup - dry vege with chicken feet - one can take as many times as one like. My spouse ordered a regular sized rice, all of the above costs MYR15 and we did not ask for the itemised bill so we do not know how much each item costs.

Other than roast pork belly, they sell roast chicken too.

Old coffee shop

Where the roast pork was being chopped into small pieces

This is the eatery. Located in Happy Garden opposite a four faced golden buddha temple.

34 comments:

  1. I think I need to go and buy some today... Slurpssss!!!!

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  2. Long time no eat chicken siew yok rice, I want to have some today.. Love choy kon soup too, always compliment chap farn or chicken rice, yummmzzz...

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    1. Do you cook choy kon soup at home?

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  3. hey, I've been there!! my friend brought me there, it's just nearby my office.. you must be there very early, bcos that time we went during lunch time, it was full and we have to wait for a table, luckily they did seating arrangement and took orders first..

    the siew yuk is very nice but I would say the chicken is so-so, and the siew yuk is quite expensive..

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    1. Aha, so you are familiar with this place. That was why we only ordered the siew yuk but not the chicken.

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  4. The rice has really small portion, usually I eat less rice, but when came to chicken rice, I always like to eat more, because it's oily rice what..but that won't happen that frequent ya, as I'm on diet, hahaha!

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    1. Luckily they have small portion because the rice is very oily!

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  5. Doesn't look like much siew yoke though for RM15...almost like the price of Pudu siew yoke where one person can finish one strip! The rice looks a bit mushy from the pic...was it?

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    1. Yes, not that much siew yoke. The rice is not mushy but very oily.

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  6. That plate was half eaten or newly arrived? Doesn't look like for 2 pax portion leh! But the skin... that skin.... tres bien!

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    1. The siew yoke portion here is known to be not that much.

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    1. From the chinese words, should be mei mei.

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  8. I like that roasted pork belly. I am hungry now!! Lunch time.

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  9. The moment I clicked on your post - wham! siew yoke! I like!

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  10. been there. price . Few yrs ago went. tapau siw yoke rice adlready RM7 per packet. never go there anymore after that experience

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    1. Supposed to be more delicious than those normal stalls so I guess that justifies the price.

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  11. Hubby and I too like crispy skin siew yoke...siew yoke is getting very expensive even in Ipoh.

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    1. The popular ones are more expensive.

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  12. wahhh..the SY is very good looking..three layers one is the best...

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  13. been there for once...i still prefer Ming Kee roast pork...Ming kee shop is jst situated not far from there.

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    1. Is it? Let me find out where this ming kee shop is located.

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  14. The siew yoke. Wow. Looks so good. I dont usually eat siew yoke but this makes me feel like biting into it.

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    1. Why don't you usually eat them?

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  15. I can never resist crispy roast pork, Mun! You got me real hungry now! xoxo

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  16. Siew yoke is my elder girl's fav. She will be happy to eat them every day...Well, certainly a big no no to me. heheh..Once a week ok la.

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    1. I guess she will be happy too to eat it once a week. :)

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