Thursday, August 5, 2010

Chee Kiok Sheen Beehoon

Have you ever tried Chee Kiok Sheen (black vinegar pig's trotter stew) with beehoon (rice vermicelli) ?

Oh ! it is out of this world !

This particular stall's chef is very innovative and he cooks 38 different types of fried noodle/noodle with broth everyday.

So far I have tried his herbal chicken thigh noodle and Kong Nam mee and came away satisfied.


Chee Kiok Sheen-filled with 5 pieces of trotter which were stewed till it was soft and bouncy with ligament and tender meat, sliced ginger, dried red chillies, Chinese black vinegar which were not too choking and beehoon-sweet and sourish with a sharp taste-Rm6.50.


Location:a stall in Restoran Happy O,
Pandan Perdana Commercial Center,
Pandan Perdan, Cheras.

9 comments:

FOODnTRAVELla said...

hmmm...drooling now!

smallkucing said...

Uiks...never had it with beehoon before. Should be good. Thanks.

Stephanie said...

Nope... but I think chee kiok sheen goes better with just white rice he he... btw, the price is really good.

偉曹琬 said...

不斷的砍伐用的雖是小斧,卻能砍倒最堅硬的橡樹。......................................................

CUMI & CIKI said...

yeah i love this.. isn't it confinement food?! LOL

foodbin said...

FOODnTRAVELla-delicious!
smallkucing-it was good.
Stephanie-i agreed that with white rice it's even better.
C&CIKI-yes! and tummy warming, too

Wendy said...

ha ha. I'm laughing because I'm trying to view this in the eyes of a non-Asian person. I haven't had this exact dish, but something similar. I can just imagine the tangy soup and noodles I may pass on the meat though - even though I can imagine the lip-smacking texture and flavor!

thenomadGourmand said...

What a find! I would love to try this, and 30++ varieties too - probably take me 2 yrs! LOL, since i dont go cheras tht much!

foodbin said...

wendy-it was just as you imagined it to be.
thenomadGourmand-it was delicious!