Restaurant Fook Kee 福記炖湯補品小炒 @ Kampung Cheras Baru

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An ultimate hidden gem that is mysteriously hidden inside the Kampung Cheras Baru neighbourhood, offering a series of heart-wowing menu made of tummy comforting dishes. To be honest, I have never noticed the existence of this place… until just recently; I saw Esther posted in on social media. Immediately I planned for a visit.

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Restaurant Fook Kee 福記炖湯補品小炒

Located inside this Kampung Cheras Baru or so-called 六哩村 , Restaurant Fook Kee is a no-frill Chinese restaurant, offering a wide variety of comfort dishes, claypot braised meat and the signature soothing double-boiled soup such as black bean ribs soup, ginseng soup, sea coconut chicken soup, pork ribs soup and many more.

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We had a steamed fish, beancurd, pork dish, deep-fried sotong, and 2 soups, our total bill came around Rm 210 for the 6 of us, including rice and tea. Reservation is highly recommended because they are always crowded and full house during weekends.

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Coconut Chicken 椰子鸡 (Rm 20 each)
One of their signatures and also the must order. Served piping hot, the soup was heavily packed with essence of the chicken and coconut water; sweet and very nutritious! This was sold out in a blink too. We were there for lunch at 12pm, and those who came at 1plus didn’t get to have this as the next round for these coconut chicken soups will be at 3pm (we overheard).

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Vietnamese Style Steamed Red Tilapia Fish 越南蒸红非洲 (Rm 49.5)
A very special style to go with the steamed fish, it tasted like nyonya style and also a bit like curry. Dosed with condiments such as lady fingers and long beans. Quite interesting. The gravy was very addictive. More rice please!

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Salty Shrimp Pork Belly 咸虾花腩 (Rm 28)
Wow, another special stir-fry. Pork belly slices stir-fried with shrimp paste and pineapples! That addition of pineapple gave a tang to the dish, salty sourish! Also, add rice please! LOL.

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Salt and pepper cuttle fish 椒盐苏东 (Rm 35)
This may not be the best I have tried as it was not deep-fried to its crispy dryness, but it was lightly battered and I love the coating of the salt and pepper. Quite yum too.

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Fried beancurd 招牌炸豆腐 (Rm 30)
Their signature fried beancurd! Must order! The tofu meat paste was dense and very well-seasoned, deep fried into perfection!

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Signature Kangkung 招牌翁菜 (Rm 19)
Too many must order and here is another must order vegetable. Dosed with lots of dried shrimp crispy bits, very addictive!

Restaurant Fook Kee 福記炖湯補品小炒
No. 4, Jalan 17/42,
Kampung Cheras Baru,
56100 Kuala Lumpur.
Tel: 012-4269232
Opens from 12pm to 10pm
Closed on Wednesday

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