Monday, December 17, 2007

Chee Cheong Fun @ Section 14, Petaling Jaya



I first heard about this stall when I read
Loopy Meals' dedication to the wonders of this smooth chee cheong fun. As usual, my urge to try this was shelved as it meant me waking up early in the morning. After two years of hankering for this chee cheong fun, I was reminded of it's existence by Lianne. This time round, I made an effort to try this place.



Being unfamiliar with Section 14, it took me a while to find the stall. It is easy to find the restaurant which is the only coffeeshop in Section 14 but there are 2 chee cheong fun stalls within the restaurant. First time I went it was a Monday hence I thought I had picked the right place. I tasted the chee cheong fun and thought, "Weird, this didn't taste special." My second visit, I finally found this stall.

This one looked genuine as he had loads of pickled green chilies which Loopy Meals loved. The old man which Lianne mentioned was there, busy filling up orders for the morning. Helped by a young man, the stall is quite simple with a transparent plastic case holding the cooked chee cheong fun. As and when the order is placed, he chops the chee cheong fun and ladles the sauce over. I love sesame seeds hence I asked for loads. Yummy stuff! I really liked it but the sauce didn't taste like it had prawn paste, just the ordinary "sweet sauce". You can order various sizes - extra big (RM2.30), big (RM1.90) and small(RM1.50).

Chee Cheong Fun Stall
Hai Keng Coffee Shop
Along Jalan 14/20
Section 14
Petaling Jaya

(Pork Free. Closed on Monday.)

*Disclaimer: The opinions expressed here is entirely based on my personal tastebuds and may vary for others. The reviewer also declares that she has not received any monetary or non-monetary compensation from the restaurant for writing this review.

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13 comments:

yammylicious said...

plain chee cheong fan... heard that chee cheong kai got a famous curry chee cheong fun too.. slurp!

wmw said...

Did you just mention (type in this case! Hahaha) the three magic words???

Angie Tan said...

wow...

this is a legend amongst us pj-ians. anyway, i'll always ask for extra large portion when i'm down there... (^^)

daphne said...

what a lovely photograph of CCF! and i love loads of sesame too!

team bsg said...

we actually love the silky smooth CCF at the corner lot ( now a lighting shop issit ?) in Section 14 those days ( as was the sidewalk BKT fella the other shoplot end ) , then da whole place disappeared incl us ...
...wonder if its the same guy ?
If so then he has indeed been found OMG !

Imbi & Itchy said...

glad you tried this place, love their CCF. BTW teamBSG, yes .. this is the one occupying the corner shoplot last time, with the famous BKT .. sort of like 20 years ago.

Jackson said...

wow...xtra big only RM 2.30?? Cheap cheap cheap!

boo_licious said...

yammylicious - ooooh, sounds very yummy!

wmw - hahaha, yr fav food!

Angie Tan - yup, I heard it is a legend. Good stuff!

Daphne - thxs! It always taste nicer with loads of sesame seeds.

team bsg - lianne says it is this place, so time for u to head there.

imbi and itchy - thxs for the reminder for me to eat at this place! Took me 2 yrs to go look for it.

Jackson - hee hee, go try on yr off day?

Liyin said...

I have been staying in Section 14 PJ for almost a decade now. I must say that their CCF is really good. Sometimes I would wonder why there're so many people patronised their stall and ordered huge portion of their CCF without yong tow foo, until I tried it one day, and I must admit it is real stuff man! I think the sweet sauce is really good too. The CCF Uncle has been here for as long as I live here.

God of Food's said...

Yup, his CCF is good, they only served CCf without those Yong Tau Fu. I have been eating his CCf since i was a small kids.My grandpa always took me there. i think he has been seling for 30 yrs.

Sarah & Gan said...

it seems like quite a challenge to blog on street or food center hawker stalls back in malaysia.. you always get multiple stalls that sell the same item and they're usually nameless.. ala.. that old man's chee cheong fun or the famous woman with mole above her lip's char kuey teow.. but i guess searching for the food is also part of the whole food adventure deal.

querque said...

I'm astonished how Asian people use to prepare exotic dishes, this is one of those actually it would be perfect it they would Buy Viagra and adding it to the recipe, imagine the results.

KY said...

tomorrow i go!

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