Monday, September 12, 2016

Coffee Shop Fare

In the evening, Kam Heong Coffee Shop in PJ New Town serves Teo Chew style braised duck and pork trotters but in the afternoon, it has a few stalls that sell noodles and roast meat with rice. We were there one afternoon for lunch and these are the food we ate:

Penang style prawn noodle aka Penang Hokkien Mee - MYR6.50 nett. Anyone missing Penang Hokkien Mee can eat it here.

Curry noodle with blood cockles - MYR6.50 nett. Acceptable.

Roast pork chinese style only without rice aka siew yoke - MYR8 nett. Crispy skin so decent enough.

BBQ pork aka char siew with chicken rice - MYR6 nett. The rice is tasty and the char siew is acceptable.

Corner shop lot

This shop has no signboard with an English name, only this chinese name.

20 comments:

  1. I like the curry noodle with cockles

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  2. They are generous with the dip for the crisp roast pork.

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    1. Most stalls are generous with dips.

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  3. Everything looks really good especially the char siew and the siew yoke. They do it much better over at your side, I think it is a Cantonese thing - so much nicer than the ones we get over here.

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  4. Girl, this is perfect for the weather here today. Cold and gloomy.

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    1. Meat is ok for you. So you can go eat.

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  6. Roast pork looked good. Hmm. I want to try Penang Hokkien mee too.

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  7. I will have a hard time deciding what I want. Everything looks delicious!

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  8. The siew yoke and char siew look good too, yum yum, not easy to find nice siew yoke and char siew, too many people selling that

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    1. Trial and error to find out which ones are nice.

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  9. I am always game for any good Penang Prawn Mee in KL. I also welcome a plateful of crispy roast pork belly.

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    1. RG says no such thing as too much pork.

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