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Telephone
03-2288 1855
Opening Hours
Mon.-Sun. 11:00-01:00
Payment Method
Visa Master Cash
Other Info
Alcohol served
Open Till Late
Restaurant Website
https://www.facebook.com/ChampsDamnshiok
Signature Dishes
Champ's Tao Yew Bak Damn Shiok Prawn Mee Penang Fried Koay Teow Pork Noodle Fish Head Meehoon Hainanese Chicken Chop
Review (2)
Rising Gourmet 2012-09-11
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Finally! After years of KO-ing its rivals at Bandar Utama's Centrepoint, Champ's has launched a new branch, bringing its heavyweight porky fare to Bangsar Shopping Center. There are two reasons to celebrate this opening: one, Bangsar is a convenient location, so there's no need now to battle traffic to Centrepoint for a taste of Champ's Tao Yew Bak soy-braised pork belly with egg (RM28++). Also, so few eateries in Bangsar Shopping Center offer pork, so it's heartening to have a full-fledged Hokkien Mee (RM23++) here at last, bursting with pork liver and the works. Pretty decent cocktails: Tinto de Verano (red wine, lemonade) and frozen margarita. continue reading
(The above review is the personal opinion of an user which does not represent OpenRice’s point of view.)
Rising Gourmet 2012-09-11
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Finally! After years of KO-ing its rivals at Bandar Utama's Centrepoint, Champ's has launched a new branch, bringing its heavyweight porky fare to Bangsar Shopping Center. Rest assured, all of Champ's best-loved hits are available here, including the near-legendary Damn Shiok prawn mee (RM22.50++), still flavorful with pork ribs though too spicy for our liking. Lard have mercy! So many recipes here are topped with crispy-fatty pork croutons, including the Penang Fried Koay Teow (RM23++), brimming with cockles, crab meat and lap cheong. Char siew and siu yok platter (RM33++). Yep, prices have crept up as expected; we suppose the relatively steep rental in this mall might be partly to blame. Mojito and a RM25++ house-pouring Cabernet (hmmmm). continue reading
(The above review is the personal opinion of an user which does not represent OpenRice’s point of view.)