Fancy having a steaming hot bowl of chicken porridge or just plain white porridge together with two or three side dishes for dinner? We happen to stumble upon this stall located in a coffee shop at the junction of Kimberley Street/Jalan Kuala Kangsar (around Chowrasta Market) which sells this delicious food. It is open for dinner from 5.30pm onwards.


This bowl of chicken porridge/congee with chicken pieces and eu char koay cost RM3. It has the chicken sweetness in it and is served with some spring onions, dash of oil and thin strips of ginger. The porridge is very smooth and thick. I had one and a half bow!

This stall has a lot of other dishes to offer to its customers – specialties like pig trotter vinegar, curry wild boar meat, suen mui kai and blanch vegetables of choy sum. All these are great wonderful complement to the rice and plain porridge.
Hubby had his plate of rice with two dishes…. the ‘Mui Choy Chue Yoke’ which is actually pork cooked with preserved vegetable and BBQ chicken.

The BBQ chicken has an aromatic flavour. The meat is tender and tasty, infused with the soya sauce. This whole chicken drumstick cost RM6.


This place offers reasonable prices for their food…value for money.

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9 comments so far

J2Kfm
 1 

BBQ chicken is lovely, I can imagine the smoky aromatic taste.
porridge not my fav though. :)

July 4th, 2008 at 10:47 pm
550ml jar of faith
 2 

Everything looks wonderful here! My only regret is I read yr post just before lunchtime and they won’t be open till evening!!

July 5th, 2008 at 12:23 pm
CK Lam
 3 

J2kfm – The chicken is one of their signature dish. Customers love to have it with the rice.

550ml jar of faith – the place is very conveniently located…can drop by any other evening.

July 5th, 2008 at 5:56 pm
New Kid on the Blog
 4 

i prefer the one opposite union primary school. :)

July 5th, 2008 at 6:58 pm
CK Lam
 5 

New Kid on the blog – I love that plate of pak chit kai and porridge from the stall opposite the school too… so smooth.

July 6th, 2008 at 10:52 am
Fortesfidelis
 6 

You be surprise that most of the pre-war houses in Georgetown serve good authentic food. I must say I haven’t been this place before and from your blog, it looks like it’s worth a trip there soon.

July 10th, 2008 at 11:26 am
CK Lam
 7 

Fortesfidelis – this is one of the many stalls selling tasty authentic food around inner George Town. The food is simple yet tasty and is run by her mother in the morning selling noodles with different types of stewed meat.

July 10th, 2008 at 12:11 pm
Max
 8 

My favourite Chicken Rice is on the Jalan Satu corner cofee shop, located Ayer Itam area. This is better than Ipoh Lou Wong.

April 26th, 2009 at 12:43 am
 9 

yummy yummy, it looks delicious…

October 9th, 2009 at 1:04 pm

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