Monday, October 10, 2011

Fei Por Chicken Next to Eurasian Association, Pudu

Restoran Fei Por Chicken is found along the main road of Pudu. Only opens in the night. And do not expect to see any fat lady (Fei Por) cos Fei Por here is a man and his name is Mr. Wong Chin Onn.
The variety of food displayed at the stall at the front of the shop poached chicken, fried chicken, BBQ meat, chicken innard, etc etc....
Half bird of poached chicken - succulent and juicy.
Vinegar soy sauce pork trotter the soup was so enticing.
Stir fried baby kailan with garlic.
Steamed fish head (Song fish)
Chicken innards for those daring eaters. I have to refrain from these maybe one or two bites for the feel of it...
Fresh white Tofu with oyster sauce, dried shrimps & golden brown shallot fries.
Braised chicken legs at the stove and getting warm before being served.
Friends from KGT PDRM came to render their esteem support for a dart competition. Makan first at Fei Por Chicken Rice.

Kelab Golf Titiwangsa PDRM managed to retain the trophy "Dato' Lawrence Unity Trophy" and a big Congratulation to Tuan Lee & his team.

Ravi having a jolly time at EA, Pudu.

Selangor & FT Eurasian Association located next to the Pudu Jail (now being demolished for a new development & bye bye to another Malaysian heritage structure).

Some of the exhibits seen in the club and it is probably one of the oldest clubs in town with rich history for the people of Eurasia origin.

Robert Yeo was very happy with his achievement and told me this is his second medal for dart tournament. He took up this sport quite recently. Bravo to Robert.
Uncle Maniam going strong and steady with his dart skill.

Fei Poh Chicken Rice

211, Jalan Pudu
55100 Kuala Lumpur
Tel : 03 2143 4798
GPS : 3.138015,101.709896

M5-A-18, Jalan Pandan Indah 4/1,
Pandan Indah, 55100 Ampang, Selangor.
Tel: +603 - 4295 2681

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Somewhere in Singapore said...

The chicken looks so tempting!!!

The Yum List said...

I'm a foreigner. I just don't get the fish head. Please explain to me why locals go nuts over it. I guess I need to be here a few more years to adapt. Maybe it's a little like Vegemite - you have to grow up with it. :-)