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We decided to catch dinner at the nearby Petaling Street after going on the Eye on Malaysia a couple weeks ago. Even though it was a weekday, the heart of KL is packed as usual. We ended up at Hong Kee (é¸ŋ莰) clay pot chicken rice after seeing that the rat’s tail clay pot place was not operating that night.

Hong Kee Clay Pot Chicken Rice at Petaling Street
the old school charcoal burner

Like it’s Damansara Jaya counterpart, this stall cooks the clay pot chicken rice with the old fashion charcoal fire instead of using propane gas. I’m not sure I could taste the different, but it sure make the food preparation a lot more exciting, attracting the tourists along the busy Petaling Street.

Although the place also sells Portuguese Ikan Bakar, we only ordered their signature dish, the clay pot chicken rice, and a plate of vegetable (æ˛ščœ) for the night.

Hong Kee Clay Pot Chicken Rice at Petaling Street
suanie was philosophical about her food

Our food didn’t take too long to arrive. 2 big pots of steaming clay pot chicken rice for the 5 of us. The chicken rice marinated with the appropriate sauce, topped with some shredded salted fish, sliced lap cheong (Chinese Sausage), and spring onion was as good as I’ve tasted from anywhere. The vegetable though, was just average.

Hong Kee Clay Pot Chicken Rice at Petaling Street

Price wise, Hong Kee is inline with the other places despite operating in the city center. The meal costs about RM 10 for each of us, a pretty decent place to visit if you’re down at Petaling Street.

Map to Pudu
Hong Kee is just right next to the Chinese bookstore by Petaling Street

GPS: 3.144651, 101.698637

Discuss : KY eats – Hong Kee Clay Pot Chicken Rice at Petaling Street

  1. wah your photos now very nice har… 😛

  2. ya lor, esp the fireworks one. Didn’t know there’s claypot chicken rice here. Btw, do you know the Portugese Grilled Fish tel no? Wanted to check if what days they are close for CNY. Congrats also on making the Top 50 list compiled by sabahan. Just saw it.

  3. boo_licious,

    Ah, don’t have the number unfortunately. Anyway the list doesn’t mean much at all, just technorati ranking. Yours is a lot higher 😀

  4. got new school charcoal fire ah?

  5. K800i is the good

  6. K800i might be good, but it didn’t take these pics 😛

  7. suan looked like she could eat a horse. You sure they don’t serve claypot horse rice there?

  8. ahh.. my venerable PowerShot G3

  9. […] In the short few hours I got to play host to Becki and the boyfriend Danny, we went to Petaling Street and had some chicken jerky, Hong Kee clay pot chicken rice for dinner, walked the perpetual pasar malam of Petaling Street, and had a drink at Traders Hotel poolside bar (very nice hangout place). We also managed to sneaked in a Ramli burger for the couple right after dinner. Something that was very well received. […]

  10. yea..i tried that too..yummy =) i went there it’s pretty late and only left 2 pot..

  11. hayley,
    Ohh, you were lucky! 😀

  12. […] time) but I do hope this place stays. Other clay pot chicken rice worth checking out includes Hong Kee at Petaling Street, Busy Corner and Khoon Kee at DJ, and Veng Soon at Old […]

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