Ah Heng Food Corner (Kedai Makanan Ah Heng) is a hidden pork specialist located in the vicinity of Jalan Raja Laut, with lots of homely pork dishes to savor.
Braised pig intestine is succulent, springy, extremely pleasing and it just makes you wonder how do they make it so tasty!
Pork rib soup (RM 9.50) is the most unpretentious with absolutely minimal ingredients, pork ribs with a bit of Chinese herbs, yet the satisfaction generated is maximum because the taste is so intense, full of porky essence.
Braised pork (RM7.50) with the use of white carrot gives the dish an extra natural sweetness and makes the dish a little less greasy. The white carrots in this dish is also a key ingredient that comes in equal portions as the braised pork instead of as a sidekick.
Simple stir-fried vegetables that can’t go wrong.
The braising pot where all the braised goodies are gently simmering in.
Other items on the menu – pork knuckle with vinegar (RM7.50), pork belly with “mui choy” (RM5), pig stomach pepper soup (RM7.50), rice wine chicken (RM9.50), sesame oil chicken (RM9.50) and chicken curry (RM6).
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