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Mixed pork soup the lesser favored cousin when it comes to meat soup dishes compared to the likes of bak kut teh, or even beef noodle soup. They’re all made of meat and innards of either pork or cow, hence I think it’s appropriate to have a bit of mixed pork soup appreciation.

herbal pork soup at Wai Sek Kai
herbal pork soup at Wai Sek Kai

For those who aren’t familiar with this dish, mixed pork soup is as what the name suggests – a mixture of various pork parts, 3-layer pork, and coagulated blood bath in salted vegetable soup. The parts usually includes small/big intestine, liver, and stomach, and when you’re lucky, kidney too (not here at Wai Sek Kai).

When it is done right, like this version at Jalan Sayur, the soup carries a subtle porky sweetness with a salty note from the preserved vegetable, and the meat and innards properly cooked to a texture that’s never difficult to chew. Most importantly, the liver is separately blanched to get it just right and not overcooked.

mixed pork soup with a side of rice
mixed pork soup with a side of rice

The dish can be had as is, or with a bowl of rice if you’re not into the whole low carb/keto thingy. There’s condiment of old school chili sauce to go with the soup if you like it with a slight kick.
map to Jalan Sayur hawker center

Jalan Sayur,
Off Jalan Pudu,
55100 Pudu,
Kuala Lumpur
GPS3.135208, 101.713051
Hours: dinner & supper

Discuss : KY eats – Mixed Pork Soup at Pudu Wai Sek Kai

  1. Not a fan of pork innards~

  2. KY, wow that lot pork in soup to you up. It will some people clear last

  3. kekeke rosberg

    BKT lite. Is uncle KY slowing down???

  4. Intestines! Liver! Oooooo…heavenly!!! Yum yummmm!!!

  5. This is my husband’s favourite soup. I like it too but maybe not as much as my husband…hehe! 😉 We usually go to the one near Restoran Queen’s. So, are all the stalls in wai sek kai back in operation already since the fire? I’ve actually never been to wai sek kai for dinner.

  6. to boost the porky content, they could drizzle some crunchy pork lard on the rice 😀

  7. How much they charge here? There’s one stall selling the similar pork innard soup in Seri Petaling (Restoran Hoong Fook) along the main road, next to caring pharmacy which cheap and good! Opens from 5pm up n closed on alt Tues!

    • Mark: This was RM 10 without rice, RM 11 with.

      • about the same price like the one in SP but the serving is so much more. I normally have just the 3 layer meat (13-14pcs bkt cut) with tofu and salted vege. check it out if you have chance!

        • Mark: most places in KL would be more expensive but this is the exception I guess.

  8. this 1 so so nia.. but notmany places can eat such food also

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