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Good Choice At Kok Hing At Taman Bukit Maluri, Kuala Lumpur

For dinner, my family was taken to Taman Bukit Maluri (not sure where the place is, don't ask me... hahahahaa) Since I have a poor memory, I quickly keyed in the name of the place into my phone so that when I blog about this today, I have the names in hand.

Kok Hing is the name of the eatery shop, it is not exactly a shop, I think it is situated next to the market in Bukit Maluri and night market is held there too at a certain weekday if not mistaken. I was told that booking must be made in advance especially when we go around 7pm, if no booking, we have to sit outside on the street. But since we booked beforehand, we were ushered into the "shop."
When we arrived, the tables were nearly filled up...
Most of them were reserved...
We waited almost half an hour before the dishes arrived...
I was told that this is a family business...
Even the cooks are related to the owners...
Their signature dishes.... Crispy Fried Fish....
Curry Assam Squids with Okra...
Very appetizing....
Stewed Yam... very tasty!!
I like this too....
Not sure what it is but it tasted like honey sweetened sourish meat...
Mixed vegetables....
Sorry for the blurry Yam Pot.... 
I was leaning my body to the opposite direction that my hands shook... 
maybe too hungry already...
This needs no introduction....
 Steamed Chicken... special for that night...
For eight dishes, I was very surprised that the bill came to around RM150 only!!
There were ten of us and the food was more than enough.....
Good choice... I would like to come here again.... 

Comments

  1. Wow, only RM150 for all those aweome dishes. Good deal. All looks so appetizing. My tummy is beating drum now though I have my dinner already.

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    1. Hey Irene, your dinner is anytime more healthy and full of passion! hahahaha...

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  2. Wow! The dishes all look delicious. Yummy dinner.

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    1. If eaten with a group, the food is more yummy... more people, more shiok... hahaha..

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  3. What's that? Or chian? I think I would love the assam curry sotong the most... Looks good and all soooooo cheap!

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    1. Yes, I was surprised the price is reasonable... no wonder so crowded...

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  4. Rm150 for eight dish, not bad lo, considered cheap, right?

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    1. Yes, considered cheap.. KL std some more...

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  5. I think i'll like the chicken and okra with squids :D

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  6. wah, you ordered so many dishes (until your hands also shaking) and yet the bill was only RM150?? that's cheap woh.. and i can see the dishes all looked very delicious lor (except that fried veggie with lotus may be too oily for me).. nice nice nice, the place looks familiar and the name also sounds familiar, but suddenly cannot remember where, haha!! that dark dark thing, maybe it's marmite ribs/chicken??

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    1. Cos it was at the opposite end of my direction and since the table was already filled up, I had to lean over to take and thus the blurry pic! No alternative... hahaha... The name of the place is there.. so hope you try it out one day!

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  7. It's a mistake visiting your blog at this hour. I'm hungry now especially after seeing the pork with yam. Looks so tender & juicy!!

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  8. The food is so cheap. I must find this place in kepong and eat there one day. Sourish meat sounds interesting - is the meat sourish or just the sauce is sourish?

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    1. The marinated meat... sweet and sourish... oh, you try it and let me know. hahaha..

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  9. Looks really nice! You should go often.

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    1. Oh, it is more than two hours drive away from my hometown. :)

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  10. OMG, I love the woo-tau-kau-yok and fatt-poot.. RM150 is ok wor, somemore there were 10 of you, means each one RM15 only.. Quite cheap wor the price.. 8 dishes, like those wedding dinner, and it's just RM150.. "tai tou larn" wor..

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    1. That is why the crowd every night, I suppose.. .I heard it is popular around that area...

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  11. any chance u hv the phone no to the place. would love to try out the place after your pics.

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    1. I googled it just now... 60 12-402 2959 this is the number. :)

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  12. Wah... now u explore kl makan places !

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  13. Good foods and reasonable price ya, hehe...

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