The pulls to this shop are definitely their ‘wu kok’ and ‘chai pau’. I saw boxes and boxes of takeaways, trays and trays of uncooked ‘wo kok’ dipped into a hot wok of oil, and steamers after steamers of various ‘pau’s being brought out from the kitchen to the counter for purchase. No regrets dropping in here for breakfast before heading for Sekinchan.
I only ate the Wu Kok and Chai Pau which tasted so good and with a cup of coffee. Bear in mind that there are no pork in their food and only chicken is used. Good to see Malay, Indians and Chinese patrons seated and eating in a common place like this kopitiam.
Kedai Kopi Shin Lok
1 Jalan Kenari
This food centre is very spacious and with many stalls selling many varieties of food but what caught my eyes was the Black Man Nasi Lemak stall. As the name implies the man mending the stall has a very dark complexion. At first I was not sure if he’s Chinese or another race therefore I do not know in what language I should communicate with him but luckily he spoke first and he was speaking in Cantonese fluently. LOL!
This is the Chinese version of the Nasi Lemak and they have the usual stuffs as the Malay version but with additional Hakka Pai Kut, Curry Potato and Wild Boar Curry.
Since I have not tried Nasi Lemak with Hakka Pai Kut and Curry Potato I gave it a try. It was awesome!
Kedai Kopi Dan Makanan Hoi Kee
2 Jalan Segambut Tengah,
One of my favorite kopitiam in Klang. For breakfast I enjoy the Nasi Lemak which is very flavorful run by 2 Malay ladies. The other common stuffs are served until lunch.
As for dinner the Porridge, Curry Mee and Economy Mee are the best.
Dim Sum stall will not open before 11 pm and the queue of customers are already there before 11. All the stuffs are made at home and are brought to the shop mend by an elderly couple. Reasonable price and tasty too. The little bunny Pau is my favorite.
Kedai Kopi Ti Ee
Persiaran Raja Muda Musa,
The extremely rude and moody Char Kueh Teow seller. My friend had to repeat his order a couple of times before he acknowledge the order.
I was impressed with the varieties of food sold here. The home made Yong Tau Foo/Chee Cheong Fun and many more items were sold in this stall and in fact too many for us to choose from. Here we have to carry our own food and utensils. Not many Nasi Lemak stalls sells Pork Rendang but this stall here sells Wild Boar Rendang which is rare. Overall the food here is good but try not to go during the peak hours. Crowded!
Restaurant Chuan Lee
5, Jalan Bukit 11/2,
46200 Petaling Jaya,
Hainanese cuisine served at this charming coffee shop Sin Kok Thye is loosely translated to New Cathay.
The western food is pretty good especially the chicken chop. The coffee and tea you get will be a robust brew with a bitter aftertaste.
SIN KOK THYE (NEW CATHAY) COFFEE SHOP (Pork-Free)
23, Jalan Kem,
42000 Port Klang,
This shop has a mix of culture in them, Malay, Chinese, Indian, Punjabi… you can see people coming in and out of this shop, the kind where EVERYONE can eat and enjoy there together in harmony.
Chong Kok Kopitiam
5, Jalan Stesen, Kawasan 1,