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The Bukit Bintang area in KL gives an impression of luxury and all that is modern, however, tucked just behind Starhill exists some of the most old school of places you’d find anywhere in this country.

note: This kopitiam is now a restaurant, no more hawker stalls

One of these hidden is the kopitiam with an unorthodox name – Blue White Teow Chew Porridge

say hello to Jenny, she is a Sarawakian
say hello to Jenny, she is a Sarawakian

So when Jenny (Irene’s sister whom we went to Sipadan dive trip last year) came to KL and had her fair share of food court and franchised restaurants, I suggested that we head to this kopitiam for some old fashion pork noodle, one of my favorite hawker dishes.

traditional pork noodle with all the good stuff, RM 5
traditional pork noodle with all the good stuff, RM 5

The pork noodle comes with either dry or soup version at RM 5 a pop. There’s plenty of pork slices, minced pork, liver, and intestine. Some vegetable, scallion, fried shallots, and fried lard in a sweet and pretty tasty broth.

The difference between the two versions is of course, the soup version has the noodle (choices of vermicelli, kueh teow, yellow noodle, or meesuah) in soup, while the dry version has the noodle served separately with some dark soya based sauce and more scallions.

comes in dry version too, and of course extra lard for those with suicidal intents
comes in dry version too, and of course extra lard for those with suicidal intent

map to Blue White Teow Chew Porridge Kopitiam

I love both versions just the same, the kopitiam gets quite packed at typical lunch hours so do try to avoid the 1pm curse. Oh, it’s pretty warm in there too so don’t be wearing your jackets!

Blue White Teow Chew Porridge Kopitiam
Jalan Gading, 55100 Kuala Lumpur
GPS3.14622, 101.71415

Discuss : KY eats – Pork Noodle at Blue White Kopitiam, Bukit Bintang [Closed]

  1. wooo will try this sooonnn

  2. “say hello to jenny, she is a sarawakian”

    what is this!? macam describing rare creature like that!

  3. Michelle

    When I was working in Padini Pav, I sometimes come down here for the chap fan!

  4. Hey that’s pretty good value at RM 5 with all those goodies in it. Nice!

    Hello Jenny!

  5. Omgggggggg!! I was hoping this to be a long forgotten past… faints And what rare creature?!

  6. wah what a nice find! and the pork noodles looked good!

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  8. But pork noodles soup like too clear edy… The SS3 one is good but I still prefer the one in Ipoh hehe.

  9. RealGunners

    Wonder when will someone bring this delicacy to Penang… T_T

  10. RealGunners

    i’m not a laksa guy, but CKT, there’s a corner lot coffee shop @ Jalan Silang, there’s a stall called Raymond CKT, his CKT beats the crap out of Lorong Selamat’s anytime… that’s just my opinion though…

  11. so how does this measure up to the one near our place?

    • Enoch: they’re slightly different, this one doesn’t need to wait so long, plus there’s dried version, but pure soup version wise, ss3’s better.

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