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DSC_0215_copyWe would like to introduce you the Yam Rice (芋饭)that located at Soon Hing Kopitiam (顺兴茶餐室), Chai Leng Park. This is a nice Yam Rice. However, not many people know about it. Most of the people know the other 2 Yam Rice stalls that located near by the Chai Leng Park Post Office. What's special about this Yam Rice? Today, let us tell you more about the Yam Rice at Soon Hing Kopitiam.

 

 

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Yam Rice with sauce

The Yam Rice is served together with Pig Organ in Salted Vegetable Soup (猪什咸菜汤). You will easily find a big chunk of yam in a bowl of Yam Rice. With no heavy taste of fried onion, you will able to taste the sweetness and freshness of the yam.

 

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Now, lets us describe about the Pig Organ in Salted Vegetable Soup. The soup is cooked with salted vegetable and added in the meat balls, pork and pig organs like pig stomach, liver, intestines, heart and pig blood. The soup is not oily and the mild sour taste from the also helps to boost up your appetite during hot sunny day. Also, no any weird pig organs smell in the soup also. Thanks to the good cleaning process.

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The sauce that comes together with the Yam Rice is playing the important role too. It is containing chili paste. But with the low spicy level, it is suitable for kids also.

With the price less than RM5/pax, this is really a great deal.


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