Tuesday, October 30, 2012

Bubur Goreng (Fried Porridge) In Klang

By the time we left 1Utama, it was almost 6pm... the best meal of the day had arrived... DINNER!  My friend had made plans to take us to a special meal in Klang, one open air restaurant called Bubur Goreng (Fried Porridge Restaurant)... This is the first time I heard of this and I wonder what was in store for us...
So... this is the place...
When we arrived, it was almost dusk and most of the tables were occupied...
"Let's go in!"
Most of the patrons were waiting for their food... 
but worry not, the food were served before we "finished" our conversation... 
LOL...
the Greens came out first.... fresh and crunchy...I like it...
next came the fried meat balls...
but they didn't taste as good as I expected them to be...
as for the crayfish, I would give it a Thumbs Up!
They were very fresh...  cost RM32
and this is what they called... Bubur Goreng...
Fried porridge... lots of fried "sotong" and "lard" to make it tasty....
Above all, I like this dish the most...
Fried meehoon with Crabs!
The noodles were nicely fried with some taste of the "wok"....
though the crabs were not the giant type, their flesh were sweet and tender...
This dish cost around RM50-60 ...
and the bill came to RM156 ($53usd)
Not too bad, right...
I would love to go there once again! :)

Here's the address..
Restoran Bubur Goreng
32-34, Lorong Lang
Taman Berkeley,
41150 Klang, Selangor.
Tel:  6016-6868579

Restaurant Bubur Goreng

25 comments:

  1. There's a place nearby called Serdang has fried porridge too! But never try before...

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  2. wow so nice....for me better virtual feasting than the real stuff LOL! the lard in the porridge and the seafood will be too rich for me :p

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  3. Welcome to my hometown, Klang. And yes, this restaurant started off from a tiny hut just around the corner of the neighbourhood. After they got famous for their 'Bubur Goreng', they moved into a proper restaurant. Love the food alot but the wait can be quite annoying at times when you're too hungry.

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  4. So glad you managed to eat at this eatery. Service is pretty fast too considering the amount of tables they have to serve.
    +Ant+

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  5. hayley: Serdang.. near Bangi, right?


    elin: imagine will be as satisfying.. :))


    galvin: the food came out quite fast actually... maybe more chefs already..


    gratitude: so you have been there before? I have yet to try the clams..


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  6. The name of the shop itself is enough to attract patrons. The vege looks very fresh.

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  7. wow, that's yummy! I would love the fried bihun crabs!

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  8. I've never been there, but it looks TOO GOOD TO BE TRUEEEE!!! :0 :0 Im gonna put this on my list lol. seriously.

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  9. Fried porridge? I thought the most famous is in Perak? Ah Sian (Jason) went - I saw on AFC - busloads of tourists...business so good.

    The food here certainly looks good though... They say MUST eat bak kut teh there, best in the world. Never been to Klang, nobody ever took me there. Sobssss!!!!

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  10. agnes: yes, crunchy too..


    wenn: u must go one day.. hahaha..


    felicia: great..let me know if u think it is good!


    stp: so sad ending to your comment.. but then it is a "hint, hint" right? I am sure many will keep that in mind when you come next time.. hehehehe..

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  11. aiyo...I'm Klang girl and I don't even know about this restaurant :P luckily you included the address! and this place is just around my birthtown. Thanks! hooray...now I know where can we go this weekend :P is it open in the afternoon too?

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  12. Heard about this when I was in KL but never get to try it. I'd go for the fried meehoon with crab. This dish is too wonderful to resist!

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  13. i love crab fried bihun...yumm...not really into bubur goreng

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  14. So..that's the bubur goreng. How does it taste like? Looks like marmite porridge to me.ehehhe

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  15. alice: i m not sure la.. can call up and ask? maybe not open in the daytime..


    andrew: i am thinking of that since! hahaha..


    kathy: the porridge rather plain.. but if got ham dan, then sedap!


    ling: it got lots of fried sotong inside..but other than that, nothing much.. i prefer the white porridge with salted egg and ikan bilis.. hahaha..

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  16. I am a blurr when you say Bubur goreng. How to goreng bubur hor, one would ask? First time hear of it too. So it looks likes this.Fried meehoon with crabs looks good. Drooling!!!!..

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  17. Yummy! The foods would be great for my increasing appetite. I love the meatballs, and the crabs in the meehoon are mouth-watering! I love seafoods! I would love to try the crayfish, have not tasted one. :(

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  18. Heard so much about fried porridge but never had it before~

    They really fry the bubur? How does it taste? Darn, I should try it out myself :D

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  19. irene: next time I will minus the porridge if i go again.. my girl didnt like it much..


    juliet: then u must try all.. hahaa..


    yvonne: yes, u should.. what i like might not be what u love.. hehee..

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  20. that crab dish over there seems so so yummy

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  21. I always go there to makan..
    not too fancy on the bubur goreng.. others are good..
    near there got one pan mee.. one of the best..

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  22. Oh have nice 'flied porridge' in Klang can go for a try if around that area. Used to go to Manjalarela but the shop keep shifting and shifting around the place for few times. Not sure it still there or not.

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  23. Wah...all the food looks good! Must try one day!

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  24. Wah...all the food looks good! Must try one day!

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  25. I heard of fried porridge but never tried that before..

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