Wednesday, May 6, 2015

Angcle Peoh

After reading Submerryn's post about the best Char Kway Teow, during the long weekend, I gathered 3 of my friends and we went all the way to Klang (60km journey one way) just for Penang food. My brother who lives in Penang laughed at me for going to Klang to eat Penang food. As we have traveled so far just for the food, we ordered 5 bowls of noodle to share between the 4 of us.

Assam Laksa - MYR6.90 (add 6% GST to this price)
Fresh ingredients and not so heavy broth = tasty

Duck Egg Char Kway Teow - MYR8.90 (add 6% GST to this price)
Not for those who does not like the taste of duck eggs

Curry noodle - MYR6.90 (add 6% GST to this price)
Rich curry but no pork blood

Prawn Noodle - MYR6.90 (add 6% GST to this price)
Good enough

Pork noodle - MYR6.90 (add 6% GST to this price)
Not the best but acceptable

Different chili for different noodles

Herbal Tea Hot - MYR2.50, Cendol - MYR5 (add 6% GST to this price)
I still prefer the other cendol franchise

Artwork telling the story of Angcle Peoh

Through the years

42, Lorong Batu Nilam 21B, Bandar Bukit Tinggi 2, Klang
If only I live nearby I will eat here more often
No service charge, GST 6% = yes


36 comments:

  1. Klang is always such a "faraway" place to me and I definitely don't purposely go there to makan, haha!! so you traveled 60km with your makan kaki there, I think this is kind of a fun trip, for a long weekend, okay lah, hehe!!

    all the food seem to be nice, the CKT and the curry (yes, no pork blood is perfect for me, and I see they have lots of sotong??) and also the prawn mee would be my pick.. the cendol, okay I think I know which chain you are referring to.. :p

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    1. Yes, Klang is far for me too.

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  2. I thought you don't take spicy food? The curry noodle looks tempting to me, I can smell it right now

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    1. The CKT is my order and the rest of the food is not very spicy.

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  3. You are very closed to my sibling's place. The other day my husband mentioned that it was so amazing that people would drive several hours to a place just to eat. He liked it, but French people don't usually do this. Once we drove to Ipoh just to eat dim sum.

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    1. Your sibling lives in Bandar Botanic? Nice housing area.

      Food trips are only on long weekends. :D

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  4. I'd like to try that Duck Egg Char Kway Teow. I like when they use lots of fresh bean sprouts.

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    1. Now that you mentioned it, I look at the photo again and only notice the abundance of bean sprouts.

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  5. Wow, all the 5 types of food also I like, especially the ckt and curry noodles.. Yummzzz.. I can finish both of that alone, hehe..

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  6. A few people have blogged about this place - love the play with the sounds, Ang and uncle even though it ends up looking more like "ankle" misspelt. LOL!!! Food looks really good, pricier but that's to be expected when going for these at such places. Not cheap at Little Penang in KL either...and I quite like some of the stuff there too.

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    1. The price here is definitely better than Little Penang in KL.

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  7. Everything is so yummy, I like the laksa!

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  8. I love all 5 of these noodles but they say it's not authentic Penang curry mee if there's no coagulated pork blood ;) From the looks of it, I think the assam laksa probably tastes the best of the 5!

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    1. I think Penang curry mee has coagulated duck blood.

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    2. I've never heard of stalls selling coagulated duck blood...never eaten it before, only eaten pig and chicken blood. The blood in Penang curry mee is pig blood...usually!

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    3. In Penang, my brother brought me to one stall that sells duck blood kway teow thng.

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  9. Alamak...all my favorite noodles leh.

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  10. Wow, you went all the way to Klang! I find it too far. But your trip was worth it as all the noodles and cendol look pretty good.

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    1. It is far but once in a blue moon, ok lah.

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  11. The laksa looks great!! Yes, why not travel and eat.. ? Whatever makes one happy, go do it.. hahaha..

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    1. As long as it is permitted by the Lord.

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  12. Guess going there with friends is already part of the fun! The food looks quite nice actually.

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  13. I am game for it...jalan, jalan cari makan...more fun especially with friends. I like all the noodles but for ckt...I prefer chicken eggs. Yum yum!

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    1. I find chicken and duck egg not that different.

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  14. I like it when you get to share and try more food. And more fun too when do it with friends.

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  15. Nice food shots, Mun! Did you change your blog template? Looks different & pix are so big now. Nice!

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    1. Thanks. No I did not change the blog template. I just cropped the photos.

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  16. the food looks great...but travelling to Klang jst for the food....hmmm...not my cup of tea....

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    1. How far are you willing to go for food? ;)

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  17. I havent try their prawn noodles. I'm gathering up my friends and will be going there again soon. I might try it then. and the rojak oso. I missed that last time.

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    1. We also did not try their rojak. Maybe the next long holidays. Klang is not far from your place?

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