Monday, July 27, 2015

Wah Cheong

Pork meatballs noodle (dry) - MYR5.50 - the price is very much cheaper than the famous stall in Imbi but the taste is just as good so will eat here instead  of there.

The stalls inside the coffee shop

Char Kway Teow - MYR5.5 - very tasty too.

Robert's Penang CKT

Coffee shop in PJ

36 comments:

  1. RM5.50? So cheap! Looks really good. That char kway teow sure takes the cake though - seems nicer than many in Penang even. Probably tastes nicer too!

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    1. Yes, it is tasty and cheap too!

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  2. I want that char kuaw tiaw. Hehe. Yes. Like STP said, RM5.50 is cheap. I had fried mee hoon with prawns for RM6 yesterday! Just 3 prawns.

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    1. Kuching prices are also like KL prices now.

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  3. Both looks good.. I love the minced pork dry noodles too, look at the minced meat, makes me lau hau sui.. Love the fishballs too, I call it the "sam farn jong" balls.. Nice..

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    1. Sam kan jong or also known 3jc (mandarin San Jian Chuang). We also call it that.

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  4. ooh, both the pork meatball noodles and the CKT look delicious!!! and I like the name of the CKT owner, Robert!! that can sound so close to him than yelling him boss, haha!! :)

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    1. I think the Robert CKT is a brand name and it is no longer Robert manning this stall.

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  5. Oh yeah, I remember the Imbi famous pork noodles. I think they got a branch in Hutong Lot 10 and another one quite far away. Your version looks good Mun!

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    1. It not only looks good but tastes good too.

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  6. Look at that big pool of minced pork! And the "cheong"! I love those two in combi, this pork ball noodles is a winner!

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  7. What a double coincidence...we wrote about the same dish today! You wrote about the pork ball noodles I visited in Oct 2014 and I wrote about the same place you visited in Oct 2014 too. I liked the pork ball noodles but not Robert's fried CKT (coz this one is not fried by him)! ;)

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    1. You know Robert personally? What a coincidence indeed.

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  8. the ckt looks great...as well as the minced pork noodles too! slurrppp!

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    1. yeah, both are tasty! and good price too.

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  9. CKT looks delicious and got so much liu. cheap at rm5

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  10. Had to look away from the CKT when my mouth started to water!

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    1. Section 17 is not that far away from where you stay so you can go there to eat.

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  11. The pork meatballs noodle looks a bit big portion than those I order, I always want to have more, but have to control my diet as well XD

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    1. You are still so young, can afford to loosen up a bit on your diet.

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  12. AW those great food + affordable prize = win win! :)

    I just simple love the look of those prawn! May gawwwd! They just give watery mouth!

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    also mun, I nominated you for an award, here's the URL:
    http://stevevhan.blogspot.com/2015/07/the-liebster-award-my-blog-is-nominated.html

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  13. affordable yet so delicious. i get them for RM50 here :(

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    1. Wah, so expensive, better wait until you visit home to eat these.

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  14. the char kway teow looks really good and healthy to me.. I'm quite confused with the Pork meatballs noodle though.. are the noodles covered by that overwhelming ground pork? Is it serve with the soup separated and then you just have to pour it into the bowl after? Looks great though

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    1. You are correct on all counts except one. The noodles are covered by the minced pork. It is served with soup in a separate bowl but we do not pour the soup into the bowl after.

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  15. Trying to figure out what's in the pork noodles. Lap cheong? Some of the items shared similar names to what we have in SG, but ingredients & methods of cooking so different.......

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    1. Minced pork and a few slices from a dark sausage that is something like Lap Cheong but not exactly the same.

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  16. I like the pork noodles (sam kan cheong style). Love the pork balls especially.

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    1. How you tried it at this coffee shop?

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  17. The CKT looks so good. Which part of PJ is this?

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  18. I thought this Robert sounds familiar as there is one at Damansara Kim. That one does not fry with pork at all.

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