Monday, November 16, 2015

Malaysia Boleh!

After many visits, we still couldn't fathom the perpetual queue for Penang Char Kuay Teow in Malaysia Boleh . JurongPoint. It was oily, and doesn't impress us with its taste. Yeah, we don't like it that much.

We like instead, the Klang styled pork rib soup, serve dipping hot in a claypot. The strong herbal essence of the soup, soft meaty pork ribs and slightly oiled fragrant rice are all divine. Amazingly, the soup goes well with soft, starchy, scrambled eggs-like oyster omelet. Never mind that the dish was unusually runny and oily! It is sinfully good.

Some of us were scraping hard at the tasty remains of the claypot rice. The others tickled themselves silly over the palm-sized Amy Yip buns. The juicy steamed bun oozes delicious meat gravy as we cut it open!

Our wicked lunch finished with a Chendol that transported us back to Malacca town!

Klang Bak Kut Teh 巴生肉骨茶 ($5.50, with rice)

 Traditional Handmade JB Amy Yip Pau 大马手工叶子楣大包 ($3.50) 

Petaling Street Famous Claypot Chicken Rice 茨廠街驰名瓦煲雞飯 (S, $5)

Penang Lorong Selamat Fried Oyster Omelette 槟城著名嘉嘉蚝煎 (M, $6)

Penang Road's Famous Chendol ($2)

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