Tuesday, September 25, 2012

Restoran Peng Heong Hakka Paikut @ Klang

When speak about Klang .. it is definitely a place for PLC food...
I feel that the food is really authentic ..... and taste is GOOD...

Few weeks ago I accompanied my wife to Klang...
She wasn't so familiar about Klang and I had stay in Klang for 2 years during my college time...
After she finished her stuff she ask me to bring her to eat something "Klang" food..
but she doesn't want to eat Bak Kut Teh
So this restaurant came into my mind....

Peng Heong Hakka Paikut (Hakka Pork Ribs)... 
the pic above is the BOSS..

Last time I use to come over here for their famous paikut (pork ribs)....
That time it was operate in a small stall along the street..
Now they had move to a bigger restaurant..
I remember that it was so hot and I was sweating when I had lunch over there...


Spacious and could accommodate a lot of customers....



Their famous Pai Kut... 
Meat texture is really nice and the soya sauce is just perfect..

Pig stomach soup.. 
I remembered last time the soup had a strong pepper taste..
but now the taste was not that strong as previous...
maybe they add more water and the soup was diluted...


We also ordered the fried pork meat balls..
it was one of their signature dish.. 

Besides that their steam chicken, curry mutton/chicken is also very good..
One of my PLC restaurant.. 

Just near the restaurant it has the famous Klang cendol .
I remember that after a good meal, we always hop across and have a cool refreshing Klang Cendol...

Cendol Klang 1972


58 comments:

  1. SP, you ate meat, meat, and meat only.

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    1. Yannie is kind of depressed due to the weight gained of 1 or 2 kg in every year.

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    2. So Yannie thinks of cutting down in meat intake.

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    3. Yannie - As women ages, their hormones go haywire and fat will accumulate! Sure get fatter and happier. So need to change diet slowly and exercise more. BTW you are too skinny like Pink Panther.

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    4. yalor, only meat meat and meat, not a single plate of vege also.. he wants to gain back his meat that he lost over the weeks~~

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    5. Haha, may be meat is more filling kua!

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    6. SP's diet consists of meat only - Breakfast, lunch and dinner.

      Supper also meat - Fui Fui's royal meat :p

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  2. Anyway this Peng Heong Hakka Paikut sure is fui fui's favourite, as she is a Hakka.

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    1. I only like Hakka Lui Cha, more greens and more healthy.

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    2. Oh I love Hakka Lui Cha....it is the best green food for goats to eat! Bwahahahaha!

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    3. the ribs doesn't look like ribs at all.. they boned the ribs ah??
      hakka lui cha?? so ugly lah, i don't like, saw that green soup and i feel like puke~~ :D

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    4. Eyewwwww!!!! Lui Cha! Horse food... No, thank you. LOL!!!

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    5. I'm going to comment the pork ribs too. Ribs must have bone!! Where is the bone?

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  3. pai guat!!! my favourite! bookmarked this page for future reference. hehe

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  4. Yummm...the Hakka pork ribs looks tantalizing...Going to google for this full add!

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  5. How to know whether it PLC or not? SP..you never mention price pun.
    Yawor..the Pig stomach soup looks so transparent. Really not enough pepper.

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    1. Yalor, say PLC but no mention the price, say the best cendol in Klang but no cendol photo.

      Next time don't put the cendol shop to avoid misleading.

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    2. Hahahahahaha!!!!
      SP gone hiding...never reply comments pun... =p

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  6. I saw Pig Stomach!!! Blergh!!!!

    I am sure SP's cholesterol level is higher than mountains! Go check & see!

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    1. never mind lah, he has lost 5kg over the couple of weeks, now it's time for him to gain them back!!

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    2. Pork stomach soup, fried pork balls, fried pork ribs.... aiyoh, lost 5kg but gain higher cholesterol, kakaka!

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    3. Yalah, later other problem pulak crop up.

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  7. You lived in Klang for 2 years!!!! What kinda college they have?

    Must be that famous BKT college huh


    Bak Kut Teh College)

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    1. Bak Kut Teh College?? wow, i bet the most famous BKT chefs in Klang Valley graduated from there??

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    2. Klang hokkien is the worst hokkein speaking I ever heard. Sorry sorry, no offend. I just find Klang Hokkein sounds very awkward.

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    3. Not only Klang Hokkien, I don't understand JB Hokkien also.

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    4. I am used to the JB and Klang Hokkien now. My headache is the Taiwan Hokkien! They will make me laugh! I saw old angry market woman scolded a man in a market in Taichung. I just stood there laughing.

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  8. never got chance to step foot in Klang yet.. only went there for 'transit' to Pulau Ketam.. :p

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  9. I remember going to the old shop 7-8 years ago... the uncle was very friendly n nice =) Not to mention the food was delicious!

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  10. awww yummy food... Yan is write... u seem like eating lotsa pork lately!

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    1. hahahaha, pork is nice!! i love pork, but then i won't order everything pork, at least there will be some green vege to go with them~~

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    2. Yalah... where are the vege SP?????

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  11. wah, a pork paradise! i'm not sure i've ever tasted hakka-style pai kut before, but it sure looks tempting :D

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  12. Looks good...but the name sounds as if you will go there to eat the ribs of a Hakka!!! Cannibals!!! LOL!!! Hey! No photo of the cendol? Why you did not go to eat if it is so good?

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    1. Betul! Betul! Betul!
      At least cerita about the cendol for "hala" readers like me. kekeke

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  13. Which part of Klang? ^_^ can your provide me full address in details? thank you

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  14. All I know that the foods famous in Klang is BKT. Never knew that Hakka Pork Ribs also famous there. No photo of the cendol one?

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  15. Never been to Klang before... What else is famous? Bak Kut Teh?

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  16. I have been there. MMm...the food okay la...

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  17. went there during peak hours...aiyop hard to find parking leh hahaha

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  18. one of these days must really goi find the cendol....havent had that cendol before

    just the other day i had cendol and it was without santan...just the green tghingy with pandan sugar syrup...refreshing

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  19. cendol klang~ long time no go liao~

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  20. wow..i love the stomach soup... i love the pai kuat..i love everything here in this post! :) yearning for all chinese food now.. malaysia is still the best where food is concerned!

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  21. Nice! I probably would be going to Klang more often starting next month, I'll go and check out their pai kuat. I've been craving for that for a while. My favorite childhood dish is sweet and sour pai kuat "wang" (don't know if the term is used here - in Sarawak it means no bones).

    Cheers for the recommendation! :)

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  22. Usually we go for Mo Sang Kor in Klang, maybe can try this place next time.

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  23. i would want to try that pig stomach soup, it is very similar to our batchoy in philippines which i miss so much

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  24. Tried once, I prefer the meat balls than the pai guat :)

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  25. Gosh, my kind of food all the way. Feeling hungry already now.

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  26. Last time I stayed in Klang while going to college also. But all I can remember was the Great Wall supermarket and taking the bus there to my grandparents' house in Tmn Sri Andalas. xD

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  27. I love the fried pork meat balls, yum yum, I also love pig stomach soup especially the one cooked by my mom.

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  28. I'D NEVER SAY NO TO PAI KUT MYSELF!!!!! Absolutely delicious hehe

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  29. This post is long expired and growing cobwebs! Quickly update lah!

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  30. ya, these two shops are famous in Klang, i have so long did not go to eat their Pai Kut and the famous cendol even i stay so near to here..Wishing you and your family 中秋节快乐!

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  31. This shop used to be next to cinema opposite klang bus stop, i used to purposedly drive there to ta pau the pai kut! In my opinion best in Klang !

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  32. I love pigs stomach soup when they are peppery rich...

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  33. looks good . . . the hakka pai kut eh . . . dunno near my place or not hahaha

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