Thursday, 15 October 2015

The Champ Kitchen @ Taman Perindustrian KIP, Kepong

It's hard to find authentic foods in Malaysia especially those foods that hands down by generations. Do you guys agree? But what if I told you that The Champ Kitchen, Kepong serves delicious foods by using their great grandfather’s recipes that taste authentic and something new to our taste buds. Sure everyone wanted to give it a try right and same goes to me. So when Openrice invited me for food testing, I am so happy to accept it. The champ Kitchen is located at Taman Perindustrian KIP, Kepong. They serve a varieties of food choices for the customers that are specially created by the owner who is an ex chef. They also have daily special dishes that will be changed every 3-5 days. Currently they have 5-8 special dishes and their main items are pork dishes. The ambiance of the restaurant was simple and comfortable. The restaurant was filling up quickly for dinner and full house around 8pm so be early for dinner. 
Pictures on the menu. I loved it!! 
 
  Pork was light but flavourful, soft and tender.Pork Hind And Sliced Knuckle Rice @ RM 10
Pork Hind Rice @ RM 10 
Noodles are springy and the pork lard gives it an amazing taste.
 Pork Lard Noodle (Dry) @ RM 6 (Single Noodle)/RM 8 (Double Noodle)
Spicy Pork Noodle (Soup) @ RM 13 (Single Noodle)/RM 15 (Double Noodle)
Pork Knuckle Slice Noodle (Dry) @ RM 10 (Single Noodle)/RM 12 (Double Noodle)
Japanese Curry with Pork Knuckle Slice @ RM 15 
Pork Lard Rice @ RM 3
Pork that sliced diagonally into thin wafers and served with a delicious dipping sauce. Yummy! 
White Jade Garlic @ RM 20
Lamb Belly was cooked until they fall apart easily and tender. 
Grill NZ Lamb Belly With Szechuan Pepper 100g @ RM 18 
Taste as good as it looks. 
Minced Meat Omelette @ RM 10
The Man Tao Bun was fried until golden and it was soft & tasty. 
Fried Man Tao Bun @ RM 3
Melting Pork Knuckle with fantastic sauce. Do you know guys? The pork knuckles are braised for 72 hours to enhance the flavour and texture. 
Claypot Pork Knuckle @ RM 28 (Small)/ RM 38 (Medium)/RM 45 (Big)
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Salted chicken have just right amount of saltiness and moist. 
Dang Gui Salted Chicken @ RM 33 (Whole)/ RM 18 (Half)
Smooth tofu together with homemade salted fish was tasty. 
Minced Meat Tofu With Salted Fish @ RM 12
Century Egg is imported from Hong Kong. It was tasty and has different taste compared to the local century eggs.
 HK Century Egg Ginger @ RM 6
Ham Choi (Salted Vegetables)
Mui Choi 
Hot Spring Egg is cooked in a constant low temperature and when cracked open, the entire egg slide as one medium rare perfection. 
Boiled Iceberg Lettuce was well seasoned and fragrant. 
Boiled Iceberg Lettuce @ RM 6 
Delicate barbecued pork neck with an enticing taste. 
Pork Neck Skewer @ RM 9
Truly mouth-watering moist and tender lamb belly. 
Slow Braised NZ Lamb Belly With Foo Zuk & Fermented Bean Curd Sauce @ RM 38 
A simple yet tasty dish that goes well with the rice. 
Hot & Sour Mustard @ RM 12
Grill Horse Mackerel was cooked perfect to with a crispy skin and fresh. 
Grill Horse Mackerel With Szechuan Pepper Sauce @ RM 15
Tofu tasted a bit blend but when you eat them together with Century egg, Spring Onion, Chilli and Fried Onion it was perfect.
HK Cold Century Egg Tofu @ RM 12
Glutinous Rice was sticky, waxy and tasty.
Tender cubes of lamb belly are smothered in a thick, lip smacking sauce. 
Japanese Slow Braised Beef Brisket @ RM 20
Soup was sweet and a comforting. 
Soup of the Day @ RM 8
Wanton was not chewy and nice. 
HK Wanton Soup @ RM 20
Fish Seeds Bricks @ RM 8
Homemade Greentea Ice Cream @ RM 5
It was good dinner for us. The foods are superb and friendly service. Thank for inviting me openrice. I had a great time with you guys.

The Champ Kitchen,
 No 19, Jalan KIP 1 Taman Perindustrian
 Kepong, 
52200 Kuala Lumpur
 Tel: 03- 6275 1919

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