Bak Kut Teh, Our Baby

Hidden Gem @ Lot 10 Hutong

June 27, 2010

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Before the highlight, we have bought this cute little bodysuit for Kayden from Robinson a few months back, he can only wear it now because we have bought a bigger size. Milk…shaken not stirred!

Ok, back to food. I have known that the Lot 10 Hutong have existed for quite a while but it’s not until last Thursday that I ate my 1st proper meal there. So I suggested to May that it might be good to meet up her parents there for our weekly Saturday dinner.

I was in awed seeing all the different type of famous food there, like Soong Kee Beef Noodle, Imbi Pork Ball Noodle, Petaling Street’s famous Hon Kee, Kim Lian Kee and Ho Weng Kee and many more.

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May and her parents started digging in!

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Kim Lian Kee is famous for it’s Hokkien Mee and it’s main branch is situated at Petaling Street so it’s no wonder this particular stall drew a long queue as well.

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Despite looking similar to the one at posted a few days back, there’s quite a significant taste comparing the 2.  I find that it’s a bit overfried with slightly bitter taste. I do hope that it’s just an one off thing because the Petaling Street serve it quite nicely.

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May being a porridge person opted for the Slice Fish Porridge with You Char Kway from the Hon Kee stall.

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What would Sliced Fish Porridge be without the fish right? Both the taste or quality this time around is almost equivalent despite me seeing the staff manning the booth cutting up raw frozen fish.

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May’s dad is a bit more adventurous and ordered some Penang Fruit Rojak. The Har Kou smell is quite strong and I believe that it must be delicious. Too bad I can’t taste any of it because of my gout!

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The Singaporean Fried Prawn Noodles looked very appealing too, not sure if it’s as food as the one in Food Republic though.

There are quite a number of other stalls as well and I don’t think I can cover all in a duration of 1 dinner Saturday, so my guess is I will drop by again very soon. Some stalls that worth mentioning is of course the Mou Sang Gor Bak Kut Teh and Lameeya.

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I think it’s a great place for a food court and price wise it is quite reasonable (where to find all the good food in 1 place and it’s non-halal?). At least Kayden had fun too by showing his tongue!

Lot 10 Hutong
Lower Ground Floor (in front of Isetan Supermarket)
Lot 10

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2 Comments

  • Reply patrick June 27, 2010 at 6:13 pm

    This looks better than frontera! Yummy!

  • Reply JD June 27, 2010 at 6:32 pm

    @pat

    Frontera is not that bad lar…but it’s not that good either.

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