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Telephone
012-286 1896
Opening Hours
Today
10:30 - 14:30
18:30 - 21:30
Mon
Closed
Tue - Sun
10:30 - 14:30
18:30 - 21:30
Payment Methods
Cash
Signature Dishes
Curry Hakka Mee Fish Cake Hakka Mee Pok Pok Chui
Review (4)
Level4 2016-05-23
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The hakka mee have less minced meat compared to last time. For the herbal chicken, the taste has been subsided compared to previous heavy herbal gravy. Now, the sauce is the only soy sauce and sweet. The price is RM8.Both dishes I tried is under one shop.  continue reading
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Kampar Fish Jelly , what exactly to do with jelly fish ? , Kampar Fish Jelly Restaurant is a place that sells Yong Tau Foo (酿豆腐) , here the Yong Tau Foo stuffed with meat paste of fish and pork . This shop is well known from locals .The Restaurant 金宝特制酿料客家面饮食馆 will be packed and crowded during lunch hours and long queues outside the shop waitting their turns to order and The Restaurant is dining in air-conditioned . There are huge varieties type of fish balls , dumplings , vegetables and bean curd , as well as braised trotter with vinegar , pork intestines , chicken feet and steam herbal chicken . You need to place the orders at the noodle counter at the main entrance . Yong tau foo, well known in Malaysia and Singapore , Most patrons would come here for Hakka Mee because this dish is not much found in Penang . Hakka Mee that prepared here if from hand made noodles served with some savory minced pork and spring onion . The Hakka Mee was one of the dish that you cannot miss. For the side dishes you might want to order few piece of "yong tau fu" to companion with the noodles .A traditional Hakka Mee (dry) and topped with minced pork .beside the Hakka mee as main courses , I also pick some of the selection of my favorite spingy ingredients .Kampar Fish Jelly Restaurant金宝特制酿料客家面饮食馆No. 66, Jalan Aziz Ibrahim, 11900, Bayan Baru, Pulau Pinang, MalaysiaContact : +60 12-286 1896Opening Hours: Tuesday - Sunday : 10.30am - 2.30pm / 6.30pm - 9.30pm(off on monday)http://eddyrushfatboy.blogspot.my/2015/11/kampar-fish-jelly-restaurant-penang.html continue reading
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Level4 2012-08-12
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A friend brought me to this coffee shop located in an industrial area. Seems like the shop is quite well known for hakka mee and yong tau foo. Their menu is quite extensive with chicken feet, pork leg or herbal chicken among others. I ordered the dry Hakka Mee with some selections of fried yong tau foo to go with it since these are the signature items. The Hakka Mee really do live up to its reputation, it was so chewy and bouncy, this I was told is due to it being hand made. The noodles were topped with minced pork which tasted sufficiently flavoured that it coats the mee nicely once mixed. The fried wantan that I chose was crispy and the filling of fish meat is tasty and fresh. Same goes for the fried beancurd which is not oily and tasted of home cooked good food. The presentation at this shop is simple but manages to capture your interest from the moment you taste their selections which are really worth a try. continue reading
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Level3 2012-08-01
91 views
This shop is very famous in Bayan Lepas area. We always say this is Hakka Mee shop. Many people who work at Bayan Lepas area will always come here. They serve range of Yong Tau Hu items with noodles or rice here. You can order the items you want at the counter and they will serve it to you. Normally one person will take around 5 - 6 Yong Tau Hu items with a bowl of noodles. You can choose to have it dried one or the wet one. I prefer to order the dried one. It serves with bean sprout and soya sauce. I always come here with my friend and one person usually costs around RM7.50. Their food are freshly made everyday. During lunch time the shop is always full. The noodles are chewy and not too dried. The egg is fried and the egg yolk was taken out and replaced with the fish meat. They also serve other side dishes such as chicken feet and paper wrap chicken. The shop is suitable for normal or family dining. It is more like chinese coffee shop. continue reading
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