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Whenever we are at an event that dragged into late night with #porkgang, Kim would always get hungry and suggests “I’m feeling like Teow Chew porridge, lets go to pudu now!”

That was precisely what we did after attending the hugely entertaining Nokia’s Year End Party, primarily due to the availability of helium filled balloons and awesome company.


old school Teow Chew porridge at Pudu, KL

Kedai Makanan Teochew at Pudu is located just behind Berjaya Times Square, parking at late night is usually not a problem, and during day time there there’s the open air paid car park just opposite the shop.

At night, we usually choose a table outside where it’s usually quite a bit cooling.


3 in 8 dishes you see here are made of pork

The selection of dishes at this place is as wide as anywhere. You can find anything from the standard luncheon meat, Chinese lap cheong, assortment of vegetables, fried fish, salted egg, to even pork intestine cooked in soya sauce.

In this instance, we left the ordering job to Kim, and you can see just how much she ordered for the five of us. We had 9 dishes altogether, pork’s ear, daze with black bean, lady fingers, two types of salted vegetable, fermented tofu, pork, and double order of intestine.


Kimberly, Gareth, Nigel Yap, Haze, KY

Like many late night eateries around Pudu area that is popular with the after clubbing crowd, the way your bill is calculated is often sort of a mystery. I believe ours came to over RM 10 per person that night, while not exactly cheap for porridge, the convenience and taste was more than worth it (especially since it was Nigel who paid for this meal, Thanks!)

Address:
Restaurant Teochew Porridge
270&272 Jalan Changkat Thambi Dollah
Off Jalan Pudu, Kuala Lumpur, 55100, Malaysia‎

GPS: 3.140701, 101.71005
Tel: 03-2148 3452‎

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Discuss : Late Night Teow Chew Porridge at Pudu

  1. Pork is always good! I’m not a big fan of congee/porridge but I’ll go for the pork! :)

  2. Huai Bin,
    Yehh pork is best! :D

    kimberlycun,
    EAT!

  3. I thought most top right pic was ericyong at first LOL

  4. You can always count on Pudu for a good ol bowl of porridge

  5. ShaolinTiger,
    hahah the waiter? LOL

    A Lil Fat Monkey,
    yah that’s true! :D

  6. Aiyoooo…..the soy sauce intestine look so sedap lah!! And the ham choy….aiyooo…..*wipe wipe*

  7. Very nice. I miss Teoh Chew porridge. My friends took me there many years ago. Keep up the good eating!

  8. yaya.tis shop vri famous d…can get more over teowchew favorite thr..try tat stem meat la..

    visit me at Nikel Khor

  9. Precious Pea,
    Yesss, very delish!!

    atrica,
    Do it! :D

    Meng,
    Thanks :D

  10. Aiya KY i didn’t pay for all la ST also did hehehe paiseh.

  11. Nigel,
    You paid most maa :D

  12. I also don’t really like Teochew type of porridge but I guess can eat with rice right? Especially pigs ear.

    Btw, joined the BB gang already.

  13. Nice food and I can see your guys enjoy the food very much. Hope one day I can try the yummy food there too. :)

  14. JD,
    Yah you can have em with rice too! Hahah yeh BB is awesome, welcome! :D

    Lee,
    yess food is life!

  15. agree!!! how they actually came up with the total amount is still a mystery to me (I think somehow only they know)
    I suspect that they take advantage of those people who came here after clubbing.. I mean, most of them are still on the high side and that’s where they charge more…

  16. wah late nite supper also can eat like it’s dinner?!! salute!

  17. Teochew porridge elsewhere also is never cheap loh, commonly costing at least RM8 and above per person.

    And they say porridge = poor man’s meal!

  18. Leo,
    Hahah yah it is always a mystery!

    eiling,
    Hehe cos we didn’t have breakfast mahh

    J2Kfm,
    That’s true!

  19. i usually go to the one along Old Klang Road. they have a nice selection there and open till late. Also got the regular stuff. but then again the one KY and us went to had a pretty wide selection. Donno if the SS2 one still open or not either

  20. Its been years since I had teochew porridge. I find the price to be RIDICULOUSLY expensive. I have since vowed to never eat at a teochew porridge shop/stall.

  21. Nigel,
    ooo interesting, SS2 one’s still open :D

    in,
    Hahah actually though, if you consider the amount of dishes we had, it wasn’t necessarily more expensive than other food. :)

  22. You know how people always say porridge is for poor people? This certainly is not the porridge for poor people! Hehe.

    p/s : Pork intestine is the yums! :P

  23. Chef Mel,
    Haha yah I don’t think porridge is for poor people anymore, not at these type of establishments. :P

  24. [...] Both of them are excellent nonetheless, and I am sure someone like Kim who loves intestine from Teow Chew porridge would love it [...]

  25. I love it xD between u all still going there for urs supper?

  26. Chloe,
    once in a while ya. :D

  27. Hai KY,

    the cost of the dish depends on the colour plastic plate they served, you portion orders apparently served more than 2 people, hence the price was higher, no surprise lah!

    if you had a smaller plate, then your total bill would definitely shrunk by half; fully agreed with you porridge nowadays are not for the poor, like salted fish!!!!

    bye.

    • Ng2011: yah that’s what they usually do, color coded. Kinda the same as those kopitiam using different colored spoons to determined what your drink costs. :D

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