Saturday, February 13, 2010

Hutong @ Lot 10 Kuala Lumpur

Click here for earlier entry on Hutong (November 16).
Little by little, we're exploring Hutong's other must-try stalls. A tricky task though, since some of them are closed by dinnertime.

Mo Sang Kor's bak kut teh was mouthwatering. Some of the most gigantic slabs of pork ever, with super-tender meat. Not one of those soups with a strong herbal aroma though.

Kim Lian Kee's charcoal wok-fried Hokkien Mee (from Petaling Street) ranked among the most flavourful versions we've ever tried. Absolutely bursting with wok hei.

Would be even better though if it had more crispy pork lard and other ingredients.

Soong Kee's Beef Ball Noodles, originally from Jln Silang, was our other stop.

A very filling portion of noodles topped with tasty minced pork, with sides of springy beef balls and super-tender tripe and tendons.

Lot 10.
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  1. Oh the Hokkien mee looks superb - oily and dark, just the way it's meant to be! :D

  2. I have not tried the food court at Lot 10 yet. Looks very impressive tho. Happy Chinese New Year and may you have lots to eat!!!

  3. Gong Xi Fa Cai!!
    Haha..finally got yr BKT yea?

    Here's to more eat drink & be merry!! ;p

  4. lfb: not as dark and oily as the brilliant ckt in mcca! hope u manage to have some this cny :D
    eiling: tnx! go during lunchtime, cos some of the stuff, like the bkt, gets sold out after that
    tng: yep, loved the bkt! =) wishing u a grrrrreat year ahead too!