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Last week Haze and I were strolling along at Bukit Bintang, the one place where most locals don’t exactly go if you don’t have anything to buy, cos frankly speaking, it’s just asking for trouble when it comes to parking.

On top of that, you get all sorts of different smell of international origins, and sometimes when the crowd is really dense, you get a free taste test on foreign sweat, if you’re lucky.

We went there cos Haze wanted to buy a set of speakers, and I wanted to buy a set of good cooking pots, but that’s a story for another day (the pots were really great btw!)

fried intestine at low yat plaza
this stall is located at “behind” low yat plaza, closer to jalan imbi

It didn’t turn out to be an excellent shopping trip, we ended up running in the rain carrying boxes that were too heavy, but the good thing was, we had fried intestine.

According to Haze, this shop has been here forever. Her version of forever and my version of forever is about 8.5 years apart, but basically the place has been around for a while.

how can anyone resists the intestine? come on!
how can anyone resists the intestine? come on!

I was already all wide eyed and happy when we finally found it, the “stall” isn’t exactly a stall but an outside counter of the restaurant called Hong Kong Food Culture that is located at the corner of Low Yat that is closest to Sg. Wang Plaza and Jalan Imbi.

The food available here is not far from street foods in Hong Kong, there’s seafood tofu, deep fried squid, fried eggplant, curry fish ball, curry squid, mushroom, and of course deep fried intestine.

Haze & KY at just outside low yat plaza
Haze & KY at just outside low yat plaza

The intestine were priced at RM 2.50 per stick, and what you see in the photo consists of 2 sticks worth of fried intestine. The garlic laden chili sauce is available at no extra charge, and it was heaven! Crispy, juicy, and just yummy!

The curry squid was alright, and deep fried squid with batter was better, but seriously speaking, I would just order more intestine next time instead, there were no comparison to all the other nonsense.

So if you find yourself at Low Yat or anywhere at Bukit Bintang in general, don’t miss out!

map to lowyat plaza

Address:
Hong Kong Food Culture
LG-18, Lower Ground Floor,
Low Yat Plaza,
Off Jalan Bukit Bintang,
55100 Kuala Lumpur
GPS3.14397, 101.71046
Tel: 03-2141 6998

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Discuss : KY eats – Fried Intestine at Low Yat Plaza

  1. i like intestines too, and i once tried to look up its nutritional value. was hoping that it was mostly protein, but turns out that it’s at least 60 percent fat! (on the bright side, zero carbs, heheh)

    • Sean: of course fat is always best! hahahah, love this shit too much it’s at unhealthy level already :X

  2. Damn that looks pretty good, honestly am more interesting in your pans though :x

    • ShaolinTiger: haha it’s 2 pots from Zwilling JA Henckles for RM 249, damn good value and super best, can use to thaw meat too, most amazing!

  3. clean ah the place?

  4. I used to go to this shop to buy fishballs too!

  5. I WANT TO EAT FRIED INTESTINES!!!!

  6. deep fried stuff sure tempting! can’t eat like you guys, hav to maintain a good blood pressure level :smile:

  7. haha so happen to coincide with the same day i published this post too,

  8. The curry fish ball is not bad too. Didn’t know they have seating place there though

  9. LOL, ya lor.. her version of forever and your version of forever, will like FOREVER never meet nor agree:P hahahaha! Love Cheong! Just ate some gorgeous deep fried cheong with porridge the other day.. sigh, which reminds me another post due:P

  10. I’d eat the fried sausages, but not the intestine. The smell makes me feel ‘geli’.

  11. the Hong Kong restaurant where it belonged to is located just down the stairs. it was not bad some years back but hvnt been there for years.

  12. wah what a good find. The unhealthy food looked so awesome lo…

  13. Honestly.. im not a big fan of pig intestine.. or i should say I used to love it… but after a series of unforgettable experiences with pig intestine in China… i stop… ! hahaha..

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