Wednesday, December 30, 2015

Wong Chau Jun Restaurant

Located on the same road (Jalan Rangoon) is this eatery that serves a dish that I could not find in KL so even though we were quite full from the previous meal, we just had to drop in here to eat...

... steamed grouper fish slices with Hor Fun. The above portion is for 1 pax - MYR12. They serve other fish noodle dishes too. I love to eat this dish. There are many blogs singing praises of this dish so I won't repeat what they have said but just say that this dish is still as tasty as ever.

Any place in KL serving this?

Opens from 8am to 2.30pm

20 comments:

  1. steamed grouper fish slices with hor fun definitely new to me. but definitely goes well!

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    1. Surprisingly they go well together.

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  2. oh, this is something new to me, have not heard, seen and of course not tasted before.. jakun me~~ :p

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    1. Too many types of dish and food around for us to know them all.

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  3. I know I'd love this dish....1) steamed fish and 2) slippery thin hor fun. No, I've not across this in KL as a dish together! Those broad type hor fun is also quite difficult to find here.

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    1. If you come across this dish in kl next time please blog about it.

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  4. I only had this like, twice all these years. Not because I don't like it, but because most of the time they were not open when we arrived, or we arrived too late and everything sold out. :(

    Really not bad, this steamed fish hor fun...

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    1. At last a dish in Penang that you approve of. :)

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  5. This dish is new to me. I'm sure I would enjoy it of I had a chance to try.

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  6. Wow! Not cheap but expected as fish dish.

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  7. Did you try the tomyam mihoon.. it is not too bad too! :)

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    1. Too full so didn't get to eat other food there. Next time.

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  8. This is a new dish to me. Sounds nice and tasty.

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    1. If you like to eat fish then it is tasty.

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  9. This plate of Hor Fun is yummy and I have seen this type of servings in Haadyai and Penang over the years. Not sure if this is a Thai influence or not as the Penang folks visit Haadyai more frequently than coming to KL as the distance driving is faster and shopping is cheaper for them. So the hawker food also slowly spilled to the island. Just my 2 cents.

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    1. If I ever go Haadyai, I will look for this dish.

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  10. Haven't seen that kind of presentation before. If we have white hor fun, it'd normally be in soup right? So you're supposed to mix fish, hor fun and black sauce to eat?

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    1. I did not mix them together but I have seen in other blogs that they do mix all together to eat.

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