11 responses

  1. Sweet Tim
    May 23, 2011

    Speaking of Bak Kut Teh, the Ah Sang Bak Kut Teh is pretty good too. The exact aroma, the exact taste, just the way I like it! You can try that really :)
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  2. Apple Foodees
    May 23, 2011

    Those brinjals looks amazing! I wallop any brinjal that comes my way. They are my favourite. Garoupa with brinjals are the best combination ever! lol..
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  3. Alex Chung
    May 24, 2011

    I don’t know if it’s still around but this place reminds me of Kiasu restaurant in London. That was wicked…

  4. chopinandmysaucepan
    May 25, 2011

    This is the beauty of Malaysia, fantastic food at the most unusual and unsuspecting of places!
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  5. Danny
    May 25, 2011

    Like always, I am skeptical when it is recommended by Ho Chak. ……. ( I like this line)

  6. teelim
    May 25, 2011

    Looks pretty good. Will try this place one day.

    Ah Sang BKT? I think the below is better. WAY better.


    Its also just a short walk from Restaurant Home Cooking.

    • vkeong
      May 26, 2011

      Sorry, but I find both Ah Sang and Xhin Fong wayyy overrated and hyped :)

  7. Dani
    August 24, 2011

    I’ve heard of Fish Head Stew, and the thought was not so appealing, but everything in these pictures looks sooo yummy!
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  8. Jeff Chang
    July 21, 2012

    Don’t ever go to Home Cooking. The food quality is BAAAAD. Of coz you can say one man’s meat is another man’s poison, but trust me, apart from the char siew which is passable, the rest of their famed dishes, well, you can get better ones elsewhere.

    We had a plate of char siew (small) costing RM20. And it rates only 3-4 on a scale of 10. With RM20, you can also get a similar plate of great char siew from Sec 17 Happy Mansion or spend a bit more (RM25-30) from Overseas Restaurant for really melt in your mouth char siew.

    They recommended their steamed chicken or bak jam gai, and it’s nowhere near the taste of real kampung chicken. In fact, Pudu Fish Head Curry’s bak jam gai tastes waaaaay better although it’s twice as expensive for half a bird.

    Their garoupa fried with bitter guord costs a whopping RM26.80 for a small plate, and it tastes like shit.

    But the winner of it all (for tasting like shit, that is) is their dau gan dau foo (beancurd skin and beancurd). I dont know how to describe its bad taste.

    Just stay away from this place at all costs. Dont know how vkeong can give such good recommendations..perhaps he got so much freebies that he’s misleading readers.

    • vkeong
      July 22, 2012

      I think you need to read my posts more clearly in the future. No where I have mentioned the char siew is fantastic and that is already a clear cue that you should stay away from it. As for the steamed chicken, I never ordered it so you can’t blame me if it sucked. And the garoupa, I ordered it with brinjals, not bitter gourd. With bitter gourd I can imagine it would taste bitter and spoil the entire dish’s overall flavor, plus bitter gourd is never an ingredient that is suitable for everyone’s taste buds.

  9. kenneth
    August 20, 2012

    Hi vkeong,

    As wat the jeff mention mth ago, i think tis guy taste must be something wrong, lot of customers total agree that u really recommended a good food and good place to go. But think tne guy dun know how to eat n taste, so dun feel sad and i will support u! Ask the guy above n recommended e best char siew he can find, that same quality food with such minimum price. if no money n dun know how to eat, please lor dun eat outside just cook yourself n can satisfied lor…

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