Last weekend, I had a very short trip back to Penang to help my friend photo shoot on his new range of food that going to promote for the next 6 months which I have previously blog about it (click here to view) and while I was there, I manage to think back to find a place that it had been long time have never dine there. Kedai Kopi Chip Heng
When I was a kid, my dad used to bring me here, that I used to bugged him on weekends, as it was quite a distance from Penang to mainland to hunt for this meal and at that time I was addicted to their soup taste, sour veggie.
When I reach there, I remember one of the shop used to be my favourite but I could not remember which is the one as there are 2 shops side by side selling the same thing but different taste, as I lost my memory, I just chin chai entered one of the shop which turns to be Kedai Kopi Chip Heng.
What they sell is called, Yam Rice (one of their main selling item) to go along with soup that filled with mixture of pig’s spare part.
You can choose the parts that want to be added in into your bowl or mix everything ( I love it to be mix of everything) in the small bowl boil it for a while till its cook, then they will add the soup after that.
This is ‘Salted Vegetable Soup with Pork Innards’ with one of their special taste was the soup base, which is created much from salted veggie (Kiam Chai – in hokkien) and it had been quite some time since I last taste it and find it another feel like sour plum which happens to be quite strong which me and my friend find it quite weird but as I remember the when I was a kid it doesn’t taste like that (more on sour veggie).
Then the auntie introduce us their ‘Tau Yew Bak’ that had been stew for quite some time till the pork intestine its very soft and a bit chewy and if the meat would have been softer a bit it would have been perfect. I just love the taste of the Tau Yew as it similar to my grandma’s cooking that I had long missed. We just finish this bowl within seconds.
If you are in this coffee shop and ordered white rice it would be just very weird (would be more like ordering Wan Tan Mee without Wantan) as they are famous for their ‘Yam Rice’.
Love the Yam Rice that have diced yam cubes are deep – fried to a crisp, add in sauteed dried shrimps to cook with the rice till its not too dry is just delicious to go along with the soup.
The best part is all the pig spare part must dip with their special ‘In house Chili’ to add in the kick of it.
After finishing the meal, I am still not satisfied that it doesn’t give me the umph of it then went to the next stall to tap au back their taste and while I was at home after reheat it again, I just found out that that’s the shop I wanted to go with its strong taste of sour veggie. Both shop also had their own customer with different taste wise, hence for me, I love the one next to this shop and as I remember, my cousin loves this shop compare to the one I like. (depends on your taste bud)
Total damage for 2 pax is RM15 including drinks which we find it very cheap.
-= Ka Ching =-
Food Rating 7/10, good ah~ -Stamped-
–Warning– This is based on my individual taste. Try it at your own risk-
Kedai Kopi Chip Heng
45, Lebuh Kurau Satu, Chai Leng Park,
Seberang Perai, Butterworth
(Opposite Chai Leng Park Wet Market)
Contact No : 012-429 3567
Business Hour : 12.00pm to 4pm. Off day unsure
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Difficult to get nice Yam Rice at kl=.=
yeah..none in kl yet..got let me know ah,.,.:D
Mmmm. Yam Rice! Love it as a wonderful comfort food.
🙂 🙂 🙂
it is loh..simple, chepa and nice
Umm..your pics seem oversized…
really? thanks for the info
then will use back the ori size i always use…
Ah Miss yam rice! only had it before in Penang.. with Bak Kut Teh!
ahh, don mention on it..bkt with yam rice always the best!
Yummy yam rice! Heard there’s one famous yam rice at Taman Midah too 🙂
really? kia..one day we go there makan!
This is the best Yam Rice in Chai Leng Park …. My personal favorite especially on their rice and kiam chai soup
Hi~ which u have mention the above shop aunty is so bad… they copy the previous aunty which ho chiak 8tv went to interview them… they have been rented the stall with the current owner for more than 10 years and lately last year the current shop owner kick them out and the previous famous yam rice move to opposite coffee shop which behind the post office…. you guys can go to ho chiak 8tv to do research…. its vy nice and delicious… compare to the current 1
ohh..really? then i should go back and hunt wher eyou mention liau..behind the post office ah..okok…any name to be noted for the stall?
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