I've been feeling under the weather recently hence this was lunch yesterday - a nice comfy meal of porridge and braised items. This particular stall is located within the same coffeeshop which serves yummy siu yoke.
Plain bowl of porridge
You can either eat the braised items with a bowl of porridge or rice depending on your fancy. There's a selection of items all set up at the stall for you to choose from: braised duck, intestines, fried ikan bilis (the large type), braised peanuts, pickled cabbages and etc.
Unlike other places which usually serve these items in small bowls, this place uses a tray with various compartments. Kinda reminds me of hospital or canteen food. It definitely makes it easier for them to transport the tray versus those small bowls. Since I was hungry with no brekkie in my tummy and I was literally feeding my cold, I ordered a pile of food - duck, intestines, tofu and pickled vegetable (ham choy) which cost me RM6.
Although the braised items are not as strong tasting as I like, this satisfied my tummy and my cold which was most important. I was spooning the braising liquid with my plain porridge to give it flavour.
If you're feeling peckish - walk down to the other corner coffeeshop as they sell those coveted Tong Kee egg tarts with flaky pastry and those smooth eggy centers.
Restoran Hong Seng
Along Jalan 17/29
(Non Halal. Opposite CIMB Bank and is at the corner.)
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.
Tagged with: Braised Duck + Malaysian Food