Early morning meaty goodness@Kee Heong BKT, Taman Eng Ann Klang

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2 Klang-ite friends of mine decided to bring us foodietouring around their home town since it is a public holiday.

We arrived here at 930am, and the place was already packed. The smell of the herbal fragrance filled the entire restaurant.

The soups was really good: pungent aroma of the herbs and tea, but not too thickened by the oil. The pork meat was also very tender, cooked to perfection. Every single bite of it, you could taste all the flavours locked in.

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The dried one did not disappoint either. Super super tender, and not too dark and salty. I was really blown away from the deliciousness.

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The rice with the fried onions was a little of a let down, not sure if it was meant to be cooked this way or not but the rice was a little too damp for me. The kids loved them though.

Total damage for 6 pax adults and 2 kids: RM100.

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Ex PM Channel chatters@Tong Pak Fu, Subang SS15

One of those impromptu moments where the volcano of tolerance erupted and all gather to cool down over chatters and ice.
This was my first time trying out the shaved ice from famous TPF. I gotta say… it wasnt as special in term of everything: taste, price, environment… as the ones I had from Kai’s shop called Slice, in Far East Plaza, Singapore.
The best flavour was the sesame one, thickened and strong aroma. The rest were….so so.
Oh well the session was not about the ice but about the chatters. It was a great 2 hour session catching up with one another’s work and life.
Where shall the next round be, guys?