Dinner @Kedai Makanan dan Minuman Kawan, Temiang Seremban

When Baby Sumo blogged about What to do / eat in Seremban, there is this particular food which I thought “I MUST go there soon”! I’ve heard about this place. I’ve heard about how good the business is. I’ve heard people saying you gotto be there early.

This makan place is popular for its porridge and ‘pak cham kai’. It has been a long time business. Before they moved to this new place (current location), I remember when I was younger, my dad used to bring us there for supper. Will usually order their ‘G Jarp Juk’ & ‘Pak Cham Kai’. Can’t imagine its still good as before.

The shop opens at 6pm. I went together with Alex & Marcus. We reached there at 7pm. The tables are already fully occupied. And also a long queue, customers queuing to ‘dapao’. So, I stand and waited for a vacant table.

Cooked chicken and pig’s innards are hung there. The kitchen is so busy. Bowls after bowls of porridge were served. Freshly cooked chicken were brought out so many rounds. I see that uncle non stop chopping those chickens. Dunno whether sleeping time also will dream about chicken or not. LOL!

Ordered the refreshing ‘Calamansi + Assam Boi Juice’.

Waited 10 minutes to get a seat. Drinks were served quite fast. Waited 5 minutes to take our order. Waited 20 minutes for our food to be served.  >.<

‘Pak Cham Kai’ – RM26 (1/2 chick)

The chicken meat is really smooth and tender. (okay, I’m drooling while writing now…..my apology) =p

*closer view*

G-Jarp Juk (Pork Innards porridge)

So sorry, I couldn’t remember whether its RM4 or RM4.50. But its still cheap, judging from the generous amount of ingredients hidden in the bowl of porridge. Moreover the porridge is smooth too. Add some sesame oil and pepper. Or use the gravy from the chicken to drizzle on the porridge. Lagi best!

Some of the fried intestines. Hubby who hardly take pig’s innards also find this acceptable. And he said, next time we come again ^_^

Their Fish Porridge(Sang Yu Juk) also is quite popular. Do come early if you don’t want to get disappointed. Sometimes it sold out at 8+pm.

Before go home, bought some freshly baked ‘siew pau’ and egg tarts from Kee Mei Siew Pau. Located just next door.

Kedai Makanan dan Minuman Kawan
(next to Kee Mei Siew Pow)
76B Jalan Temiang, 70200 Seremban
GPS Coordinates: 2.733207, 101.937654
(Closed on Tuesdays)
 
Remark: This restaurant has moved to Templer (opposite Caltex petrol station) with a new name of “Restoran Seremban Chicken Porridge”. Thank you.
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17 responses

  1. wah RM26 only half chicken and whole chicken RM52?
    hmm kinda pricey for seremban std right?
    and the chicken kinda a bit raw?
    I saw some blood… but again they say that chicken cannot be perfectly cook…
    so that the meat won’t be so hard.. right?

  2. next week I will travel down south..
    I plan to stop by seremban for breakfast . ..
    want to eat the lo sui fun and also the hakka noddles at the wet market ..
    yay .. been so long didnt eat liao .. I think about 5~6 years..
    think about it also “lau hau sui” kakakakaka

  3. I love the chee chap chuk here… i also usually dont like to eat innards one. Oh if you don’t want the chicken that looks raw, then order the chicken breast. Their chicken breast very smooth, not tough like other places.

  4. wow, i LOVE pig innards, so i imagine that i would really enjoy the porridge here. and the chicken does look very interesting; i imagine my mom might complain that there’s still blood in the bones, but i’d like to try it! 😀

  5. Eyewwwwww….all that blood on the chicken. I know! I know! People keep telling me that’s the best! And they would even suck out the red bone marrow to eat… No, thank you. LOL!!! Seremban sio pao, not a fan of those…but pig innards porridge? I want!!!!

  6. Kanasai… i regret to read your blog now at this time… Sibeh hungry now!!!! Walau ehhh…… Yeerrr… i want that pork innards porridge too!!!!

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