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A few months ago Haze and I were at Segambut looking for an ATM machine, we arrived at RHB bank at Jalan Segambut Tengah and parked the car just in front of Kedai Makanan Hoi Kee.

Sitting just outside the kopitiam there was an uncle busy deep frying some sort of meat with irresistible aroma. I walked over to find out what he was doing, it was a Sunday.

restaurant Hoi Kee at Segambut
restaurant Hoi Kee at Segambut

“Oh, this pork belly, for nasi lemak and we’re open from Monday to Saturday for breakfast and lunch”

And the good uncle gave us each a piece of that pork belly to chew on. The memory of that piece of pork belly deep fried with 5 spice (from what I can tell) and god knows what other spices was so awesome I knew I just had to visit the stall to taste the nasi lemak for sure.

glorious nasi lemak with pork belly
glorious nasi lemak with pork belly

I’ve since been to the same kopitiam 2 more times but missed out the nasi lemak (finished, had very curry mee instead, will blog about that eventually). But last week, on the 3rd try, I finally got it!

The nasi lemak with pork “set” comes with 2 pieces of the pork belly, some silver fish (instead of ikan bilis), a quarter hard boiled egg, kang kung, sambal with shallots, cucumber, and of course, that fragrant coconut rice. The whole thing was about RM 5 or so.

and I finished everything, clean.
and I finished everything, clean

Was it good? Absolutely.

Would I go back again? For sure!

Another pork nasi lemak can be found at PJ’s 6-10 Nasi Lemak and Grill, but they are very different though.

map to Hoi Kee at Segambut

Kedai Kopi & Makanan Hoi Kee
No. 2, Jalan Segambut Tengah,
Segambut, 51200 Kuala Lumpur
GPS: 3.18564, 101.67633

Discuss : KY eats – Pork Nasi Lemak at Hoi Kee, Segambut

  1. But RM5 for that is a bit on the high side right?

    • JD: ah, pork’s expensive, and this is really good stuff. after all a plate of any noodle is already around RM 4.50 too.

  2. i keep forgetting that segambut is actually not too far from my office (i work on jln sultan ismail, closer to the sogo side). nasi lemak with pork sure sounds tempting to chase away the work blues =)

  3. Michelle

    wow. this is my first time i heard pork nasi lemak. 😀

  4. The stall has been there more than 30 years already (since I was a little kid). It taste the same now like it was then.
    But be careful if you have add-on to your nasi lemak, say add sotong & curry chicken/ curry potatoes… the total can come up to RM 12 for the plate.

    Do try the ‘loh mee’ at Hoi Kee, it is nice too.

    • zetty: ooo i didn’t know it’s that long already! will try the loh mee next time then. 😀

  5. what a clean plate after the meal, wahaha. Hope you did not lick it much..

    fried pork belly.. I love those stuff too, always add those in my economy rice if I find it available. 😛

  6. wah nasi lemak also come with pork belly?!! geng!

  7. Yeah, just had the one from 6 to 10 at Aman Suria.
    Pretty bad though, pricey and without substance. And the rice and dishes being cold, or lukewarm at best.

    • J2Kfm: they were pretty good when at seksyen 17, wonder what happened ever since they moved.. emm

  8. the jawa mee and pan mee at this coffee shop rocks too!

  9. the mee jawa here is good wid loads of liew! will try this next

  10. […] I’ve had the normal version with wantan and chasiu, chicken feet and mushroom, and char yok (fried pork with namyu) with fungus so far. Though the chasiu is decent and wantan is pretty good, I love the other two versions quite a lot more. The phoenix’s claws were fat, juicy, and full of flavor, char yok with fungus absolutely tantalizing and definitely “original”. Reminds me of the nasi lemak with char yok at Segambut (non halal). […]

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