Thursday, September 22, 2016

Hai Keng

Chee Cheong Fun (Glutinous rice flour rolls) at MYR2.80 nett.

At Hai Keng coffee shop, PJ (near Digital Mall and Jaya)

Lam Mee at MYR7 nett which we always order when we eat at this place.

24 comments:

  1. I like chee cheong fun in Penang where they will give you the prawn paste/rojak sauce and chili sauce by the side.

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    1. Can get the penang style ccf from O&S in PJ.

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  2. I wonder if this is the corner coffee shop below the Korean restaurant.

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    1. This is the corner single storey house opposite the corner coffee shop you mentioned. The corner single storey house has been converted into a coffee shop. If you click the hai keng link above there is a photo of the external view of hai keng.

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  3. The CCF is something like what I eat in Penang... they put shrimp paste sauce, right? I am not used to eating that as yet but I do order it at times when I go Penang...

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    1. No, this one is not shrimp paste sauce. It is just brown sauce like those sauce used for dipping siew mai.

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  4. I am a big fan for Chee Cheong Fun and Lam Mee! The prices are quite cheap too.

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    1. Coffee shop price. have you been there?

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  5. I will definitely go for the lam mee. Have a wonderful day!

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  6. I just had chee cheong fun this morning! I like mine with just sesame oil, sesame seeds & soy sauce ^_^

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    1. Here we don't often have it with soy sauce.

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  7. I have craving for CCF now! SG Chinatown hawker centre sells very nice CCF

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  8. oooooooo. I have not had CCF for ages now! Must go find one this weekend. Suddenly have cravings for it after seeing your picture :)

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    1. Must go eat some then! CCF is sold at almost all coffee shops!

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  9. How come your CCF... kosong one? No supporting ingredients, doesn't feel very KL... :/

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    1. This special stall doesn't sell anything to go with the CCF.

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    2. I like kosong CCF, with sesame oil, sesame seeds and soy sauce

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    3. Here we seldom eat with soy sauce. This is sweet brown sauce like those given for siew mai.

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  10. I like the look of that simple CCF.

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