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Chermaine
16-02-2006, 09:19 AM
Any suggestion? Not plain porridge or Teow Chew Style!

I am looking for fish porridge, chicken porridge, peh tan shou yok porridge (century egg with pork)...etc......where to find a nice stall around SJ and USJ at night for dinner?

Thanks!

in
16-02-2006, 12:15 PM
Sea Emperor next to Chan sow Lin fishhead in Taipan serves rather nice porridge. I also like the bubur ayam from McDonalds!

If normal porridge (chicken/pork), there used to be a guy at New Appolos, but I believe he shifted to a shop in USJ2. Facing the main road, furtherst away from the petrol station. Day time only.

Chermaine
16-02-2006, 12:18 PM
Yeah used to love Sea Emperor porridge! But a bit pricey!

Anyway thanks!

mon
16-02-2006, 01:04 PM
Cher, do you like fried pork intestines (excuse me muslim readers) with your porridge? If you do, there's one at USJ18 at a corner coffee-shop (before Wawasan school) same row with 7-11.

Her porridge is soft and tasty, even without any meat. The lady sells fish, chicken, century egg etc.. porridge too. I only take porridge when I had to, like when I feel sickly. :p
Too bad she sells during lunchtime only. What I'd normally do is tapau, ask the lady to separate the ingredients, and heat em up at night for dinner.

Chermaine
16-02-2006, 01:07 PM
Mon, sorry I dont take that, but u have mentioned the lady sells many varieties so can try. Thanks Mon!

chsum
16-02-2006, 01:47 PM
Cher u teow chew ah?

the best still in kl, pudu, not one I came across here or pj come close to it, if u desperate, try the one at taipan across berry's bakery (can't remember the name, don't ave full range of it), can go to taman sri muda shah alam next to kesas high way after the proton junction, pm me if u need more direction.

Chermaine
16-02-2006, 01:52 PM
Thanks chsum! I am Hokkien! ;)

Once I sport u having dinner at USJ17 restaurant~

CCY
16-02-2006, 02:39 PM
Cher....why not learn to whip up this porridge yourself and eat as much as you would like. If you can't finish it you can always post it here n there would not be any shortage of hungry forumers to help you clear the leftovers. :D: Make sure you perfect it first ah.
I believe there isn't much of a recipe needed for such dishes and I always find those selling is much worse than what I can cook up. Of course those traders need to maximise their profit n thus minimise on the portion of meat n other condiments.
Meat or fish .. I use ikan bilis, spring onion..I prefer chives, ginger ,mushroom , black fungus, dried oyster or sotong, oil ,sauce n salt to taste n the rest . Good to fry some salted fish as well . I believe you know how to cook plain porridge first wat .

chsum
16-02-2006, 03:09 PM
ccy, if u know teow cheow porridge, then u should know it's not easy to cook by ur self, the beauty of it is that u can have 10 small dishes in small portion to go with the porridge so poor cher will have to cook so many dishes. :eek:

Cher, next time u sport me again, I will buy u teh tarik (if u come over & say hi lah). ;)

CCY
16-02-2006, 04:52 PM
Chsum...kekeke ..:p:..the one that I mentioned is an all in one brew lar...my lazy weekend potion where I can pick fresh chives grown on flower pot or sweet potato leaves from my backyard garden. If have to cook 10 different dishes ....I think I'll also ta pau wat.

mad1126
17-02-2006, 09:43 AM
Cher, do you like fried pork intestines (excuse me muslim readers) with your porridge? If you do, there's one at USJ18 at a corner coffee-shop (before Wawasan school) same row with 7-11.

Her porridge is soft and tasty, even without any meat. The lady sells fish, chicken, century egg etc.. porridge too. I only take porridge when I had to, like when I feel sickly. :p
Too bad she sells during lunchtime only. What I'd normally do is tapau, ask the lady to separate the ingredients, and heat em up at night for dinner.

Hi mon just to check with you regarding the shop you have mentioned wonder which 7-11 @ USJ 18 I can't find anyone selling porridge. I'm a little bit sick thought of buying some porridge.

mon
17-02-2006, 10:04 AM
Hi mon just to check with you regarding the shop you have mentioned wonder which 7-11 @ USJ 18 I can't find anyone selling porridge. I'm a little bit sick thought of buying some porridge.

Hi. I hope I've got USJ18 right. There are many malay fruitstalls in the night, facing the petrol st. The coffee-shop is facing the main road. 7-11 is just like 2 doors away.

The lady sells her porridge in a stall, next to the char kueh teow. I hope she's still there cos I haven't patronized that shop since CNY. Apologies if she has moved..

kokomo
17-02-2006, 12:25 PM
Errmmm .. mon, that might be USJ 14 that u're mentioning? Those malay fruit stalls facing petrol st .. is it Petronas st? If it is then it's USJ14. ;)

mon
17-02-2006, 12:39 PM
:D sorry...............i must be wrong all along. Usj14 is it? Thanks Ken.

kokomo
17-02-2006, 12:40 PM
haha .. welcome mon! :D blur all tis while huh ..

pst .. dun tell anybody u stay in subang arh .. :D

mon
17-02-2006, 12:45 PM
Usj and Subang not the same ar...??? :D

Ok back to work. Good day everyone!!