Peng Heong Hakka “Paikut” Pork Ribs Restaurant @ Klang

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Klang Malaysia Selangor

Peng Heong Hakka Pork Ribs Restaurant boasts of an almost 40 years of experience that entice patrons back and again for the time-tested recipe.

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The famous pork ribs are deep fried and super tender.  Lightly coated with a starchy powder, they are also chewy with a sweet note which reminisces slightly of char siew.  The ribs are  already deboned and sliced into a convenient size.

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Claypot Asam Mustard is intense of appetite-whetting sourish flavors and it is a tad heavier than the usual mustard soups as this one is more of a gravy than soup.

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Kampung fish are prepared not with the typical way of deep-frying, but steamed with a blanket of asam sauce which is a similar and lighter version of the claypot asam mustard above.

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These Hakka meatballs (RM 1 per piece) are deep-fried and not oily at all with an evenly-browned coating.  Despite being called meatballs, it’s not 100% meat but meat mixed with starchy material, so they may look heavy in protein, in fact, they are crisp with a fluffy filling.

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Pork and curry are not quite the common duo so for those that love this duo and are frustrated looking for it, Peng Heong has it as a viscous curry; although the meat could have been stewed a tad longer to tenderize it.

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Tofu with minced meat is a simple and delightful dish.

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Drink choices include soy bean and herbal tea in Johnie Walker bottles.

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Food here is extremely affordable.  Depending on the size of the dish, they range from RM 4 – RM 20 per dish; and the fish is market price.  It was RM 90 for the 6 dishes and 2 bottles of drinks; not bad at all for stuffing the 4 of us!

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More info
Address : No.2 Lorong Gudang Nanas 1 Off Jallan Pasar, 41400 Klang, Selangor, Malaysia. Tel : 019 – 2600855
Opening Hours : Daily 6.30 am – 5 pm.

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  1. SG

    This looks like a feast for a king. I especially like the look of the thick Assam Mustard ‘soup’ and am happy to hear that this one is more gravy than watery soup.

    The only downfall is that it’s a million miles away in Klang. I never go to Klang…but perhaps, now I should 😀

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