Remember when we used to go to the office to work daily? Yeap, I remember such time, and there was even a period where I would make a stopover for a glorious breakfast before heading to office, I mean, what’s a better way to start the day?

mix pork noodle, Chun Heong kopitiam
mix pork porridge, Chun Heong kopitiam

One of my regular breakfast spots is Lucky Garden, Bangsar. The small stretch of shops facing housing area by the roundabout houses three rather excellent kopitiam that offers quite a selection of dishes for the early risers. Today, let’s look at one of my favorite stomach warmer in the morning – mix pork porridge at Chun Heong kopitiam (the shop at the middle).

For those who are not familiar with this dish, mix pork porridge consists of mainly deep fried bits of pork intestine, some sliced pork, pork blood, yau char kuai, and often with salted vegetable. I used to crave for it back in Penang and have my fix at New Lane, but this version at Bangsar is every bit as good.

mix pork noodle in all its glory
mix pork porridge in all its glory

For a few ringgit, you get a piping hot bowl of porridge with all the above mentioned ingredients, I like to add a bit of soya sauce and generous amount of white pepper to give it a bit of kick. Do enjoy it while the intestine are still crispy and not wait till they are soggy from moisture absorbed from porridge. If you love a good bowl of porridge, this should satisfy.

crispy intestine, pork blood, and all
crispy intestine, pork blood, and all

chun heong kopitiam map

Chun Heong kopitiam
16, Lorong Ara Kiri 2,
Bangsar, 59100 Kuala Lumpur
: 3.1274699, 101.66989
Hours: breakfast & brunch

KY eats – Mix Pork Porridge, Lucky Garden, Bangsar
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6 thoughts on “KY eats – Mix Pork Porridge, Lucky Garden, Bangsar

  • November 2, 2020 at 6:42 pm

    I sure would love to give this a try. I love porridge. Ours here are rather plain, not much ingredients.

    • November 3, 2020 at 4:44 pm

      suituapui: ah, I’d have expected sibu to have something fancier ūüėÄ

  • November 5, 2020 at 2:07 pm

    Ah, chee chap chuk…I love, love, love (the Lou Yau Kee one) especially the fried intestines (not forgetting the pork liver too) although I’ve never had one that comes with salted vegetables (if chee chap tong, then yes).

    • November 5, 2020 at 3:37 pm

      eatwhateatwhere: ohhh it’s a very good combination you should try it!

  • November 10, 2020 at 3:10 pm

    Talk about fried intestine, that day my hubby ordered porridge from food delivery service so I tumpang ordered add-on fried intestine. To my dismay, the fried intestine was not crunchy at all with stale taste, so disappointed.

    • November 10, 2020 at 4:32 pm

      Choi Yen: ahh, I don’t think the crunchiness can survive a long period in container..


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