Thursday, December 03, 2009

Congee @ Chinatown - Petaling Street Kuala Lumpur

Many would relate congee in the morning at Chinatown to “Hon Kee” porridge, the one which has a lot of write ups but I am going to introduce you another stall in Chinatown and I think many do not know about this place. Thanks to Harry Chan for sharing this gem.

It is situated the back lane of Petaling Street and one of the access to this stall is from here at Jalan Sultan. This back lane leads to a food court next the Chinatown wet market.

This small bowl of congee with pork parts (Chee Chop Choke) and added on with fresh slice fish which cost RM5.00. It was a satisfying breakfast at the back alley of Kuala Lumpur Chinatown.

This Uncle operates at a very relax pace some say at a “Lan See” pace. The stall closes on Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday. Wow.... And only opens on the rest of the days. Wonderful isn’t it.

Congee @ Back LaneChinatown
Petaling Street
Kuala Lumpur
GPS : 3.143098,101.697339


"Joe" who is constantly craving said...

omg, he closes more often than open!

hApPy HaPpY said...

Joe - 1 week got 7 days and he is off for 4 days. I think he is the only one having such operating time....

Bangsar-bAbE said...

Open 3 days a week only? That good ah his business? T___T

aboudiabydoo said...
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aboudiabydoo said...

Stumbled upon ur blog and like it a lot. Now I will have to go thru your previous postings for food tips.

Anyway, I think you should join this contest.


They give away plenty of prizes for bloggers who blog about KL like you. I think you stand a good chance.

Jason Chong said...

Anyone know where is the uncle go?
They closed since 2010. Quite miss their porridge. I think they made the best Pork and Fish Porridge in Malaysia.

Simple Hobbies said...

Sad to say that this uncle's porridge is forever in our heart. This uncle already passed away. For me its the best mixed pork and fish porridge in KL, even their plain porridge also taste good. Nowadays shops / stalls that selling porridge, put alot of starch and making the porridge tasteless.