Chee Cheong Fun

RM2.40 Β· 6 Reviews

The Penang version is eaten with a sweet hae koh (shrimp paste) sauce. It’s an acquired taste, one I’ve grown to like over the years. Topped with freshly fried shallots and sesame seeds, I’d have this any day over eggs and bacon for brekkie.


If there's no time for a road trip, set your sights on O & S for true blue Penang delights. Penang locals who live in KL swear by this nondescript chee cheong fun stall that doles out a gloriously simple rendition of the dish. The Chee Cheong Fun (from RM2.40) presents soft, smooth rice rolls doused in a rousing prawn paste sauce, topped with sesame seeds and fried shallots. For sides, spot the stall for tasty Yong Tau Foo (from RM1.20 per piece) by its surefire queues. The same lot also houses a stall for stellar Asam Laksa (RM5), Prawn Mee (RM5.50) and Albert Thum's Beef Noodles (RM8), all of which pay homage to their northern roots. Open early at the break of dawn, the coffeeshop's buzz lasts even after lunch. Expect a short but worthy wait!
Avg price per person: RM10
Photo by Burppler N.Keong Kao

O&S restaurant is one of the highlight in paramount garden..
There have plenty of good stalls serving scrumptious local delights such as prawn noodle, chee cheong fun, char quey teow, curry lakes etc...
Prawn Mee (S) - RM6

#mustvisit #musteat #prawnnoodles
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What makes the Chee Cheong Fun at O&S special? Not only is it cheap, it is so good because of the delightfully pungent hae ko (prawn paste) sauce that they add to the sweet sauce. 🀀 This is similar to the CCF that you get in Penang.

Their curry version of CCF is also good. I'm just biased to the prawny sweet sauce one.



And on the other side, an iconic Malaysian favourite, the Char Kway Teow. I blame both @llemongrass and @willcookwilleat for today's temptation | #food #foodies #foodpic #foodlove #foodvsco #streetfood #malaysia #kualalumpur #vscocam #vscofood #homecoming