Wednesday, May 9, 2012

A plentiful bowl of goodness

Hubby planned to bring me here last week but it closed on Labour Day.  So I did not get to taste it till yesterday.  It was already packed with customers but we managed to find a table outside the corridor.  If not for the two vacant shops, I do not think they have enough seats in their own lot.  

Mind you, Bintawa Kueh Chap is located in Jalan Kedandi, Tabuan Jaya, not in Bintawa area at all.  I guess the original store must be from Bintawa or this is a second branch, so that is why the odd name of the shop.  The kueh chap comes in variety for you to choose from, i.e. you can order with kolo mee, kueh tiaw, or rice. 

Their menu.  Easy to see and prices are pretty reasonable.

My Medium-sized bowl of Kueh Chap (minus all the internal organs).  Very chunky slices of pork.

Anyone want a taste of my Kueh Chap?  Lol!

7 comments:

Sheoh Yan said...

I never try this before. I heard about this noodle. Not too sure how it tastes?

Rose said...

It is actually a herbal soup cooked with assortment of pork and spare parts. Taste between salty and sweet depends on what herbs. Taste milder than bak kut teh.

アンゼエリン said...

Me. I heard of kueh chap before but haven't taste it and I'm totally have no idea how is it look like.

suituapui said...

Ahhhhh!!!! Waht a coincidence! I had kueh chap this morning. Will blog on it but I've so many scheduled posts - will probably appear next week...

mNhL said...

There is one very popular shop in Batu Pahat, Johor. I love this dish !!!

Kristie said...

I love love love kueh chap!!!!!!!!!

yvonne said...

I love kueh chap!!! But cannot find from outside stall so opt for instant one :p