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CK Kopitiam Corner, Cheras

Hawker food is something I enjoy eating and despite the occasional incidences of diarrhoea and tummy aches, I’m still not sick of it. There are plenty of choices ranging from mixed rice, chicken rice, soup noodles, fried noodles and so on. While the hawker stalls in Bangsar are pretty convenient for me, I do like exploring new places for my food fix.


CK Kopitiam in Taman Miharja was a random discovery, when our initial plan for pan mee didn’t work out. Since this coffeeshop was a few metres away, we decided to give this a try. I’m very accustomed to pork noodles, but noodles with herbal pork broth was new to me.


Herbal pork noodles

I found the broth sweet from the meat and bones, with a slight hint of herbal goodness. It’s like having herbal soup, only, this one was mixed with pork broth. That aside, the noodles (RM5.50) were quite delicious and I thought the herbal factor helps offset the richness of the broth.


Fish head noodles


We also tried the fish head noodles, which I liked very much. The noodles had a nice, chewy texture while the broth (packed with flavour from the tomatoes and preserved vegetables) was rich from the addition of evaporated milk. I liked that there was a good amount of fried fish slices and for RM6.50, it was good value for money.


Cantonese Fried Kuay Teow

The Cantonese Fried Kuay Teow (RM5.50) looked promising, so I ordered a plate to try. Tastewise, it was above average and came with a generous amount of ingredients. That said, I thought it could have done with more wok hei as the aroma wasn’t quite there.

Curry mee, chicken rice and fried kuay teow are also available in case you’re not a fan of the three items above.


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Ambiance: 5/10
Price: 6.5/10
Food: 6.5/10 (non halal)
Verdict: Pretty decent hawker food.


Restoran CK Kopitiam Corner
No 1 Jalan 3/93
Taman Miharja
Jalan Cheras
55200 Kuala Lumpur
GPS Coordinates: N 3 07.444 E 101 43.442

8 Responses

  1. I like having noodles for lunch. And pork noodle is my favorite.
    The above noodles all look good! 😉

    1. Bangsar Babe

      Try this pork noodles then. I like the herbal flavour! 🙂

  2. mmmphh..wud try the pork noodle!!!

    1. Bangsar Babe

      Yes you should!! 😀

  3. ulric

    The hor fun looks slipperishly good in the herbal pork broth…while fish head noodles looks extremely milky which is just d way I like…another good find! =)

    1. Bangsar Babe

      Yes, it’s a good place for hawker food. If only Cheras isn’t so far away…

  4. these dishes look so pretty, i can’t imagine them causing any tummy trouble! i’d like to try the pork noodles with the herbal broth, that sounds like it’d feel both wholesome and satisfyingly delicious! 😀

    1. Bangsar Babe

      And get the auntie to add pork lard inside. I bet it would be extra yummy!!

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