Thursday, June 4, 2015

Teo Chew Lor

My friend ordered a Mixed Platter with Kway Teow Kia Set Meal - MYR9 nett - pork belly, skin, stomach, "hard tofu - tau kwa".

This is the Kway Teow Kia that came with the above mixed platter

Please click on the photo to enlarge the menu

Click the photo above to see the ala carte choices and prices

New eatery at One Utama Lower Ground Floor - now those who have a craving for braised food Teo Chew style while shopping here know where to head to for a fix.

38 comments:

  1. Looks like a nice place to enjoy Teo Chew braised food. He he I like mine with sambal belacan!

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    1. I don't remember seeing sambal belacan provided here.

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  2. Looks a bit like the kway chap, I would like to try the braised duck

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    1. I remember eating kway chap in Singapore but the noodles are like bigger sheets rather than thin like hor fun.

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  3. I like the red lanterns hanging from the ceiling.

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    1. If you like red lanterns, have you watched the "Raise the Red Lantern" movie directed by Zhang Yimou?

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  4. That mixed platter is calling out to me... Drool! Drool! Hmmm...1U...nobody ever takes me there. :(

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    1. Next time the LRT is ready, will be easy to go there.

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  5. The braised pork platter looks so good, full of collagen goodness, yummzzz...

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    1. Yes, I can see the pig skin there.

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  6. I always walked by passed this one, not yet try it.

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    1. You always go to One Utama? This place only opened like one month ago, I think.

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  7. I am a Teochew but I have not heard about Teochew Kia before!! muahahaha, what a shame.. and what is the Teochew Kia actually?? noodles in soup to go with the braised stuffs?? I usually have the Teochew Muey (rice porridge) to go with it, though I won't take the intestines..

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    1. I also don't know what Kia means in Teo Chew. What about the stomach, do you eat the stomach?

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    2. I am a Teochew too and we call ourselves Teochew Nang or Teowchew Kia! (children???)

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    3. I guess someone needs to ask the eatery owner what he means by kia.

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  8. I suspect you did not eat it, so it is pointless to ask you if it is nice?

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    1. Hahaha, you are right I did not eat any food from the mixed platter. Just tested a mouthful of the noodle.

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  9. Oh this looks really good! I shall definitely visit. :)

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  10. I'm guessing you only had the Kway Teow Kia! ;)

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    1. You are so right. I only tested one mouthful of the noodle.

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  11. looks good.. what are those skin-like meat along with the braised pork?

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    1. I have updated the post to list out the food items in the mixed platter.

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  12. That mixed platter is like what we have here that we called "kuaw chap".

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    1. And I understand that the kuaw chap in Kuching is originated by Teochew immigrants from China many years ago.

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    2. What does Kuaw Chap means? I ate Kway Chap in Singapore before and I thought it refers to the big pieces of flat sheet noodle.

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  13. The Mixed Platter with Kway Teow Kia Set Meal looks very tasty. someone i would go for. but getting older, looks a bit fattening dy. tsk tsk. and yea, is that kuaw chap?

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    1. I am not sure what it is called. When eating pork belly, can remove the fat and just eat the little lean meat left.

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  14. The first pic... well..... welll!!!!I just died! I love port fats. :)

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    1. Then you would love the fatty bits in the mixed platter. Thanks!

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  15. Sometimes it's interesting to see similar dishes but the names are so different from SG. Nice treat, Mun!

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    1. I have eaten kway chap in Singapore Chinatown, People's Park food court many years ago.

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  16. ummm I just went... I think it say kway teow kia... i.e. Small kway teow...

    SK... your eyes crossed or wat?

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    1. You know SK? Unfortunately SK is no longer reading blogs and no longer leaving comments.

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