No. 19, Jalan 17/42, Taman Kok Doh
Kuala Lumpur 51200

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Monday:
10:00am - 03:00pm

Tuesday:
10:00am - 03:00pm

Wednesday:
10:00am - 03:00pm

Thursday:
10:00am - 03:00pm

Friday:
10:00am - 03:00pm

Saturday:
10:00am - 03:00pm

Sunday:
10:00am - 03:00pm

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Reviews

From the Burpple community

Probably not the cheapest but you'll understand why once you unearth the treasures within! In addition to the big chicken chunks (wish these were more tender though), you get lots of Chinese herbs like dang gui, cordyceps flowers and wolfberries. The resulting soup is super nourishing and flavour-packed.

Most diners here get one soup and chicken rice plus a side of siew yoke to share to enjoy more variety.

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Unless you live nearby, it takes dedication to come this far to Segambut. But the trek is worth it for a hearty, group-friendly meal at the streetside Zheng Kee. The zinc-roofed stall is led by its meats, with the Steamed Chicken (from RM16) in the spotlight for its soft, yellow skin and supple flesh, especially if you opt for the capon bird (from RM22) — castrated chickens known for juicier meat. The crowd favourite, however, falls to the Siew Yuk (from RM16) that earns the Burpple community's stamp of approval with its cookie-crisp skin. The fatty layer beneath alternates with tender flesh to gives it points over the less impressive Char Siew (from RM16) here. Beat the heat with a herbal soup, their signature Coconut Chicken Soup (RM18) is served in a coconut husk chock full of healing, herbal goodness.
Avg Price: RM25 per person
Photo by Burppler Dixon Chan

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The sio bak here fared much better than the char siew. The crackling on the roasted pork was mmmmm... Biscuity and fills your mouth up with that addictive lardy aroma. Would pick that over the char siew any day!

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The things you’ll find traveling through KL’s roadside stalls! This coconut chicken soup is Zheng Kee Restaurant’s signature and you’ll love it if you’re a fan of herbal chicken soups. Steaming it in the old coconut, it gets this slightly sweeter flavour that I really liked. Don’t expect tender chicken though as it’s probably there more for the soup’s flavour but there’s plenty of meat if you don’t mind that.

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The fat melts in the midst of the crust. Seriously good.

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The siew yuk (roast pork belly) won me over with its cookie-like crispy skin and perfect fat-to-lean meat ratio. Also slurped up a potent Coconut Chicken Soup. Yumz.

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