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Introduction
The Champ Kitchen is specializing in Chinese style braised pork knuckle. Using a family recipe that has been passed down for generations, their pork knuckles are braised with herbal soup in a huge wok for 3 days until the pork leg is soft, tender, and flavorful. Their signature Pork Rice is a must try. It is served with two thick slices of boneless pork knuckle meat, vegetables and soft boiled egg. Simple yet super delicious! continue reading
Opening Hours
Today
10:30 - 21:30
Mon - Sun
10:30 - 21:30
Payment Methods
Cash
Other Info
Parking
Restaurant Website
https://www.facebook.com/thechampkitchenkip/
Signature Dishes
Pork Knuckle Rice Claypot Pork Kunckle Pork Hind Rice Grill Slice Knuckle Rice Pock Knuckle Slice Dry Noodles Hong Kong Style Wanton Noodles
Review (17)
Level1 2018-03-05
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今天来这里附近弄车的镜纸,要等一个小时半,找了附近没有什么cafe,看到它的外面有一只黑猪公仔就进来了。我一翻开menu就看见全部是猪脚的菜色而我不怎么吃猪脚的。无可奈何之下就点了一份猪脚饭和一份香港糖心皮蛋。很快,食物上来了,份量刚好,我不是小鸟胃,如果没有那份皮蛋,应该吃得完的。猪脚饭有两片猪脚,咸菜酸菜,一粒生熟蛋,一条青菜。猪脚厚薄大约0.6mm至1.0cm,肥油都融化了,剩下满满的胶原蛋白。我竟然吃完它的猪脚,原因是外层绵软不油腻,内层扎实不塞牙缝。酸菜咸菜就是解腻的,败笔在蛋和青菜。蛋太水了,不够熟,蛋黄也没有金黄流汁,青菜太干不脆,可能是先烫好放久了。溏心皮蛋我在香港吃过正宗的两次,所以难免比较。外皮确实看到松花的形状,所以溏心皮蛋也叫松花皮蛋。切开来,没有我期待的溏心,中间的蛋黄会滴出来的,像蜜糖那样。说实话,有点失望。不过,皮蛋吃下去没有腥味,加分。记得配红姜一起吃不但辟腥会带出甜味,就是红姜汁要多点更好。这里的溏心皮蛋便宜过香港的餐厅,所以还是值得吃的。吃完后,看了介绍的看板,写了前三代的传人名字,似乎已经传承百年了。一旁也有“好吃”节目的贴纸,应该有被采访过。 continue reading
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Level4 2016-10-01
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The Champ Kitchen 猪多宝猪脚饭 That Located at Kepong -KIP- Industrial Zone . The Champ Kitchen lead on something special than others that You can't expected and famous for Pork Knuckle that been take over for three generation till now .The Shop Space was not really big but enough for customer that visit to dine in on weekend and when comes to weekend the shop will be pack and some customer need to wait for empty table to be serve .What So Special About The Pork Knuckle here?? - Pork Knuckle !!On the right side at entrance , You will saw a gigantic crock , the secret from generation to generation was hide inside the huge crock and the Gem will be cook for 72 hours before serving to their loyalty customer . Almost 130 - 150 piece Pork Knuckle can be cook in one time by using the Giganic crock and Use soup bag filled with Anxi Fujian province福建安溪-China recipe spice to cook it . claypot whole Pork Leg (Pork Knuckle)Small-RM28 , Medium-RM38 , Big-RM45Druken Pork Knuckle-RM55 , The Small Portion is for minimun from two pack and above . Pork Lard Rice Ham Choi (Salted Vegetables) Mui Choi Fried Pork Lard Hot Spring Egg is cooked with low temperature and when cracked open , the entire egg slide as one medium rare perfection . Fried Man Tao Bun Slice Pork Knuckle Slice Rice Pork Hind Rice Slice Pork Knuckle & Pork Hind Rice Japanese Curry with Slice Pork Knuckle Japanese Slow Braised Beef Brisket Pork Lard Noodle(DRY) Pork Hind Noodles(DRY) Slow Braised Beef Brisket With Rice Pork Hind Noodles(SOUP) Pork Knuckle Slice Noodles(SOUP) Spicy Pork Knuckle Slice Noodle (Soup) All pork knuckle lovers can rejoiced with this wonderful juicy and tender dish. You must first savour a spoonful of the gravy to check out the tastiness for yourself . hONG kONG Century Egg Ginger Grill NZ Lamb Belly With Szechuan Pepper HK Cold Century Egg Tofu Black Chicken Herb Soup Grill Horse Mackerel With Szechuan Pepper Sauce Pork Neck Skewer Dang Gui Salted Chicken Minced Meat Tofu With Salted Fish 客家酸辣菜 Hot & Sour Mustard Minced Meat Omelette Fish Seeds Bricks Lotus & Arrow Root Soup Hong Kong Glutinous Rice Slow Braised NZ Lamb Belly With Foo Zuk & Fermented Bean Curd Sauce Fine Cut Pork Belly Pork Knuckle Fried Man Tau Chicken Soup Garlic Fried Rice Prawn Dumpling Wan Tan Mee Soup Braised sauce Pork Belly Steamed Egg Pork Knuckle Braised Pork Belly Chinese Dessert Green Tea Ice Cream Sea Salt Ice Cream Bacon Crumble Ice Cream The Making of Pock Knuckle will be cook for 72 hours before serving to their loyalty customer . Almost 130 - 150 piece Pork Knuckle can be cook in one time by using the Giganic crock The Champ Kitchen is a good food family restaurant that provides a huge varieties of choices and ala-carte Hong kong Chinese cooking style dishes to go with rice or noodles . Meanwhile, Their are opening another eight outlet around klang valley soon . so , you can enjoy it anywhere you are . The Champ Kitchen No 19 Jalan KIP 1 Taman Perindustrian KIP Kepong , 52200 Kuala Lumpur Tel: 03 - 6275 1919 Opening Hours: Monday to Saturday 11.30am to 8pm , Sunday - 9am to 7pm continue reading
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Level4 2016-02-10
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After running some errands for the boss at the bank nearby, my colleague & I dropped by Champ's for lunch. There were just too many people and with a long line, we decided that it was better to get something to eat first rather than stick around with the lunch-hour crowd. This was my favourite order of the day. It's bascally one century egg sliced into fours and served with a side of pickled ginger. I presume that this was a duck egg because the yolk was soft & custard-like which was heavenly to eat especially with the tangy yet spicy ginger. I could eat this all on my own. Then for main to share we ordered braised pork belly with preserved vegetables. This is my favourite comfort food which my grandma cooked often back home. Although the flavour profile isn't exactly the same as this is more savoury than sweet, I still think it's pretty good as the meat portion was big enough for two to share with lots of sauce & veggies. Rather than have a serving on rice, I opted for the fried mantao instead and dipped it into the pork sauce. This was fresh out of the fryer which was pretty amazing especially after getting soaked in lots of the preserved veggie sauce & some belacan chilli.If you're around the area and is looking for something different, then try Champ's Kitchen. They have traditional shanghainese/taiwanese pork dishes which are actually pretty good even if it will clog an artery or two. continue reading
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If you love pork, then this is one post that you MUST read one!SourceThe Champ Kitchen is a restaurant located in Jalan KIP at Kepong that specializes in pork dishes. Despite the wide varieties of food in Kepong area, The Champ Kitchen has quickly received positive feedback from the locals, and has been attracting quite a crowd to the restaurant. Thanks to OpenRice, I had the chance to try out some of the dishes from The Champ Kitchen.SourceThe recipe has been passes down from generation to generation; and after several amendments, they successfully came out with dishes that are well-received by the locals.One of the signature dishes in the restaurant definitely has to be their pork knuckle. Bones will be removed, and the pork knuckles will be cooked for 72 hours non-stop so that the knuckles will be able to absorb all the goodness of the gravy.Claypot Pork KnuckleClaypot Pork Knuckle - RM 28(Small), RM 38(Medium), RM 45(Big). Juicy and succulent pork knuckle that you wouldn't mind gaining some calories for!Pork Knuckle Rice (RM 8)Pork Knuckle Rice (RM 8). A good option to have if the entire knuckle is too much for you.Pork Knuckle Slice Noodle (Dry)Pork Knuckle Slice Noodle (Dry) - RM 10(Single Noodle), RM 12(Double Noodle).Pork Knuckle Slice Noodle (Soup)Pork Knuckle Slice Noodle (Soup) - RM 10(Single Noodle), RM 12(Double Noodle).Spicy Pork Noodle (Soup)Spicy Pork Noodle (Soup) - RM 13(Single Noodle), RM 15(Double Noodle). Something spicy for you, maybe?Japanese Curry Pork Rice (RM 13)Japanese Curry Pork Rice (RM 13). Aromatic spices with tender pork.Looking for something more than pork knuckles?Pork Hint Rice (RM 10)Pork Hint Rice (RM 10).Pork Hint Slice RicePork Hint Slice Rice. A mixture of both pork knuckle and pork hint. =)Pork Hint Slice Noodle (Dry)Pork Hint Slice Noodle (Dry) - RM 10(Single Noodle), RM 12(Double Noodle).Pork Noodle (RM 8)Pork Noodle (RM 8). Even their simple plain noodles were flavouful and delicious. Springy noodles and crunchy pork lard was just a perfect match.You can find 3 different types of Japanese noodles at The Champ Kitchen - Inaniwa Udon (White), Cha Soba (Green), Zaru Soba (Brown).They serve non-pork dishes too.Japanese Slow Braised Beef Brisket (RM 20)Tender beef were perfect to have ANYTIME!!!Slow Braised Beef Brisket with Rice (RM 15)The tender brisket in the Slow Braised Beef Brisket with Rice (RM 15) was pretty addictive, I would say.Forever Young (RM 38)Forever Young (RM 38) was a flavourful herbal soup with black chicken feet, fish maw, and mushroom boiled together inside coconut shell. It was aromatic and had a hint of sweetness.Hong Kong Century Egg Cold Tofu (RM 12)The Hong Kong Century Egg Cold Tofu (RM 12) was a simple dish, but the silky tofu and spiciness from the chili was very appetizing.Grilled NZ Lamb Belly with Szechuan Pepper (RM 18)The Grilled NZ Lamb Belly with Szechuan Pepper (RM 18) was fork-tender and the lamb wasn't gamey at all.Grilled Horse Mackerel with Szechuan Pepper Sauce (RM 15)The fish was fresh and cooked till perfection.Pork Neck Skewers (RM 9 for 2 sticks)The juicy Pork Neck Skewers (RM 9 for 2 sticks) were well-seasoned.Dang Gui Salted ChickenDang Gui Salted Chicken - RM 18(Half), RM 33(Whole). An extremely flavourful chicken. The meat was really smooth.Minced Meat Tofu with Salted Fish (RM 12)A great dish to pair with rice. We couldn't stop ourselves from scooping out every single bit of it from the bowl.Hot & Sour Mustard (RM 12)The sourness and slight spiciness in the Hot & Sour Mustard (RM 12) would definitely awaken your taste buds!Minced Meat Omelette (RM 10)Fluffy omelette stuffed with juicy minced meat.Fish Seed Bricks (RM 8)The crunchy texture of the Fish Seed Bricks (RM 8) was much needed to have for a meal that's full of meat.Soup of the Day (RM 8)Do check with the staffs on their Soup of the Day (RM 8).Glutinous Rice (RM 6)A simple yet flavourful Glutinous Rice (RM 6).Slow Braised NZ Lamb Belly with Foo Chuk & Fermented Beancurd Sauce (RM 38)Same tender lamb belly but this has thicker gravy, which was perfect to pair with a bowl of rice.Wanton Soup (RM 20 - 8 pcs)The Wanton Soup (RM 20) comes in 8 wantons of well-seasoned minced meat wrapped in thin wanton skin.Fried Man Tao Bun (RM 3 - 2 pcs)Perfectly Fried Man Tao Bun (RM 3 - 2pcs) wasn't greasy, and perfect to wipe up all the flavourful gravy from the dishes.Perfect runny egg yolk that would paired well with any soup dishes!Pickled Vegetables (RM 3)Mui Choy (RM 3)Ice Cream (RM 5/each)Dessert time!!! Green Tea Ice Cream (left) and Sea Salt Ice Cream (right).How about some unique Truffle Bacon Ice Cream (RM 16)? The strong truffle scent might not be the cup of tea for everyone.All of us left the restaurant feeling satisfied and extremely happy with the food. Apart from the location might be a little bit too far for some; otherwise, it's a restaurant worth visiting.Address: 19, Jalan KIP 1, Taman Perindustrian KIP, Kepong 52200, Kuala LumpurOperating Hours: Monday to Saturday (11.30am to 8.30pm) Sunday & Public Holiday (10.30am to 8pm)Contact: +603 275 1919For more information:Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/thechampkitchenkip continue reading
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Level1 2015-11-14
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This is a Non Halal Post,This is going to totally flood your cravings in both your tounge & tummyLet me write you this entry about this thick savory pork shop in Kepong.The Champ Kitchen 猪多宝 It started off years before we were born and tradition being passed down from the ancestor.The Champ Kitchen is somehow a family business which keeps the originality style of cooking & method into their cooking. Instead of specializing just only in pork itself.It also specialize in overall of the body part of the pig itself.From every part of the pig, they are being used & cooked in it's best method for a dish.Left is the facade of the restaurant, locating in the heart of Kepong where all the good food gathers in that area.Right is where they actually cooked their braised pork knuckle. A huge pot where they slow cook for days just to serve you ONE satisfying dish.The effort that they put into this pot is quite mesmerizing.They have to keep stirring it between hours to hours to ensure the pork is well cooked or to check see if there is something lacking. For days it will be cooked. And guarantee it is worthy for your money.Because the Pork Knuckle is being tied up with strings to lock up it's freshness and juice in it's originality. Then it was marinated in it's special thick sauce, and the end result was very awesome.They will cut & slice up the meat for you. And you can totally smell the thick flavoring so yummy in the air.And the meat is very very tender. The pork literally melted once it entered into your mouth.And they have got Fried Bun for you to dip the pork sauce so that you can enjoy every bit of your dish.So what if you dont have a big crowd and yet you want to try the infamous pork?No worries, They have got ala carte meal & it's very affordable less than RM10 depending what you order.They even have got some fusion japanese curry pork rice in their menuAnd to those who really love Pork LardSo what if you are not craving for any rice but noodles?The Champ Kitchen has thought it all for you.They have got some noodle series in the menu too!If non of the above noodle are in your craving,you can choose between from cha soba, zaru soba, inaniwa udon and they will be served in their clear hot broth soup.Not to mention,There are some sides that you can top up.But mostly comes along with the ala cart menu in the rice series. Something Salty on your side dishSomething Salty & SpicyBesides than Pork, They also serve Slow Braised Beef Brisket with RICE or without.The beef is very tender too!Besides all the main dishes shown above. They also have got glittering century egg ginger. I call it glittering because it looks like watering in my eyes & my saliva is already dropping.They also serve the century egg with cold tofu.Perfect combination!They also serve Grilled Lamb Belly with Szechuan Pepper.They grilled it only they pour the pepper sauce over itAnd the fish is good too!The Pork Neck Skewer is tender and i couldnt get enough of it.Well, this does not look quite appetizing but then it's really delicious.With salted fish in it, the dish is very thick in flavoring and it somewhat not too salty but yet very very delicious. It goes better with rice too.And they have got minched meat omeletteEvery bite you will taste the minched meat, so tender.Of course, so much of the meaty food above, The Champ Kitchen also serve some selective of soup in their menu.Best of all, they have got 'SOUP OF THE DAY'.This is to guarantee that you get to drink the freshness out from your soup.So you have got to check out what's out of the menu or special of the day all posted on their wall of fame.They dont just cover meaty dishes & recipe.They also have got some awesome ice cream.Something simple but yet very very satisfying.To Me: I think The Champ Kitchen is somewhat being fusion in their menu but at least they are not serving dishes in weird mixing but somewhat simple in base but heavy in sauce.The Porks are very tender & very enjoying. And for a simple bowl of Pork Knuckle Rice just cost from RM8 and above up to your selection. You can even consult the waiter/waitress if you dont read chinese. Even though the shop seems busy but they will put up their best service for you as per request. Not bad for a place to crave on with loads of meat with tradition recipe. The Champ Kitchen 猪多宝 https://www.facebook.com/thechampkitchenkipAddress: No 19 Jalan KIP 1, Taman Perindustrian KIP, Kepong , 52200 Kuala Lumpur Contact: 603 6275 1919Hours: Monday to Saturday 11.30am to 8pm , Sunday 9am to 7pmLeave a CommentShare: continue reading
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