Found these delicious pictures while organizing my hard disk drive. Can’t believe I have yet to post about this place. *laughbisu*
Been hearing lots of good stuffs about Hong Ngek from Sue Lynn and we finally picked a weekend to sit down and have a meal there together. Hong Ngek specialises in Hokkien cuisine and it is located on Jalan Tun HS Lee (same block as Back Home hostel). You can park your car at the open carpark next to Chatime (Jalan Tun Perak) or the open carpark next to Green International College (Jalan Gereja). Parking rates is flat rate RM5-6***.
Hong Ngek is usually packed during lunch regardless whether it’s on a weekday or weekend. It’s always crowded. Just like the saying, “the early bird catches the worm“. So, we headed over for an early lunch and managed to secure a table upstairs. #somuchwin
We let Sue Lynn decides on the dishes as she usually patronises the place and she knows the best on what to order. We just waited patiently to be fed. Teehee..
I’m not a fan of Crab Meatball because I find those very artificial and all you eat is just flour ball with crab flavourings. But behold, the Crab Meatball here is of a different story. Crispy skin and bouncy inside. Sweet and flavourful and best with the sambal belacan.
Not your typical flourish-crab meatball. A mouthful bite crab sanctuary, ok, I exaggerated a little.
THE MUST HAVE TO DIP WITH ANYTHING SAMBAL BELACAN! I love this. I love the hot and spicy chili that blends well with the belacan (shrimp paste).
Foil- Wrapped Herbal chicken is common during Chinese reunion dinner. We had one that afternoon. Delicious, sweet and tender chicken cooked with herbal whilst wrapped in foil. The flesh is so tender and sweet ah~ I miss slurping the soup.
Finally tasted the Fish Fillet Curry Sue Lynn been telling us about. Because most of us don’t eat fish head, we opted for fish fillet. Gosh! These fish fillets are so fresh! Cooked in curry with cabbage, ladies fingers, long beans, brinjal and tofu. Love the curry, packed with oomph!
The glistening BBQ Pork Ribs not only looks good but tasted really good too. Well marinated! As you bite into the flesh, the juices are flavourful and the sauce over it is just so heavenly.
Another highlighted dish by Sue Lynn is this Deep fried pork knuckle with Mongolian sauce. Fuu.. Crispy skin, tender flesh and soft collagen. Perfectly done and goes well with the Mongolian sauce. However, I prefer it with the curry instead. More rice please.
Stir Fried Fuyu Yau Mak just to keep our meal looking more balanced. Teehee..
It’s always a pleasure to go makan-makan with Sue Lynn and Rif. Confirm satisfying meal as we get to try varieties of dishes, good ones especially and feeling full till you don’t even want to budge from your seat. Looking forward to our next #fuckdiet session. Miss makaning with you all :*
风月酒家 Restoran Hong Ngek
50, Jalan Tun HS Lee,
50000, Kuala Lumpur
Mon – Fri : 10.30am – 7.00pm
Saturdays : 10.30am – 5.00pm
Closed on Sundays
GPS Coordinates: N 3 08.903 E 101 41.849