Tuesday, January 24, 2006

Fat Auntie Chicken Rice @ Jalan Pudu

We've visited "Fei Por Kai Fun" many times before but this is the first time we remembered to take photographs. You can have your steamed chicken with a variety of things such as fragrant rice, rice noodles or porridge. Below is the picture of the chicken porridge. As far as porridges goes, this is about average. Notthing compared to the superb porridge in Petaling Street.

Next to arrive was the "cha siew". Now this is really really good "cha siew". The meat is nice and juicy (althought can be abit fatty at places) and the sauce that they put on top is out of this world. Kind of regret ordering porridge as the sauce would have gone very well with the fragrant rice.

The last thing to arrive was the mandatory steamed chicken. One thing about "Fei Por" is that her chickens seem to be quite big. So be wary when the person taking your order recommends half a chicken. I would say order for the amount of people eating rather than quarter/half/whole chickens. The chicken is not bad. Again the sauce that the put on top is good (different than the one used for the "cha siew" but also very good!)

On other occasions we have ordered the bean sprouts and the meat ball soup. All in all a very decent chicken rice place but it can be quite expensive.

Makan King's rating = 6.5 out of 10

-BKT King-


Anonymous Anonymous said...

What an informative food blog. I've posted an article about Mama's Chicken Rice but not in detail about rating/information etc. Anyway do you know/recommend any halal food blog/link in malaysia?


7:14 PM, January 24, 2006  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Sorry about the link. Here is the correct link

7:17 PM, January 24, 2006  
Blogger Makan Kings said...


Thanks for the complements. About halal food blog/links I have no idea. Maybe you can try the links on Makan Kings and see.

-BKT King

5:06 PM, January 25, 2006  
Anonymous ruby said...

This chicken rice is nothing to shout about lah. And the price is not so cheap. Average place only

11:47 AM, January 26, 2006  

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