Hon Kee Porridge 汉记靓粥 @ Damansara Utama

Everytime Chris raised a question on food, he’ll sure be disappointed as I’ve heard of it. Yes, I’m getting ego over my know-hows on food, but when it comes to tasting them, it’s always be pending on the list… Until the memories were disregarded and I will completely forget where to eat next.

Chris being my food dictionary as always, brought me to Hon Kee for breakfast located at Damansara Utama which opened its doors not too long ago. Other outlets are located in Lot 10 and the prominent one in Petaling Street. I am totally not a porridge fan but he is and convincing me that it’ll be exceptionally good, I gave in.
Some highlights of this restaurant:
Hon Kee 汉记靓粥 had established their name for three generations starting from their late grandfather Wong Yu Wah, who managed a congee stall approximately 60 years ago in Petaling Street. It’s their vision to allow each patrons to experience the authenticity of their family’s recipes. The unadulterated original taste was what we were looking forward to everytime we visit a restaurant with so much deep-rooted profile.

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We were attracted to their green theme with printed giant newspaper cuttings on their wall which made up their wall of fame, vintage pictures hung neatly and the cute logo!

Hon Kee Porridge

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We started our day with the Raw Fish Porridge (RM5.50) where the raw fish slices came in a separate plate topped with spring onions. Add all of them into the piping hot porridge, they are cooked instantly. Not overcooked, we love our fish porridge this way most. Most importantly, their serving of Sang Yu was fresh too.

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An additional side order of Pork Meatball (3pcs) for RM1.50 to be added into our smooth porridge was also satisfying. Love the texture of their meatball as they were very different from those conventional pre-packed porkballs.

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Chee Cheong Fun with Pork Curry (RM4.90) was something special as we’ve not had our CCF with pork curry before. Love the spiciness of the curry but I personally still enjoy my CCF the traditional way; with just curry broth or sweet sauce and chili with lotsa sesame seeds! hehe.

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Hon Kee Porridge 汉记靓粥

No 71, Jalan SS21/1A,
Damansara Utama, 47400 Petaling Jaya.
Business Hours – Daily, 7am – 10pm
Lot10, Hutong, Jalan Bukit Bintang
Business Hours – Daily, 10am – 10pm
No 93, Jalan Hang Lekir,
50000, Kuala Lumpur. (Petaling Street)
Business Hours – Daily, 5am – 1.30pm


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15 Comment

  1. ai wei says: Reply

    raw fish porridge at rm 5.50 is quite a good deal wer…
    damansara utama, that's so far away!

  2. taufulou says: Reply

    raw fish porridge looks interesting~
    hehe..
    lot 10 got sure can go for it liau..

  3. thule a.k.a leo says: Reply

    yes yes… sang yue slice is a must have whenever you go to HonKee 🙂
    next time ask for the yaw char koay too… crispy and good with the porridge ok?
    Imagine that I had to drive all the way to Petaling St in the past just for the porridge. Now it's like 5 min away from my house… hahahahahahahahahahhahahaha!!! Whoops!

  4. kampungboycitygal says: Reply

    we had 2 porridge and a ccf too hehe

  5. Simon Seow says: Reply

    Good to know nowadays most of this old eateries is taken over by the next generation thus, we'll still be able to have good old food.

  6. thenomadGourmand says: Reply

    yups pork CCF is the way to go!

  7. mimid3vils says: Reply

    can get my porridge fix here coz is more convenient for me if compare with Petaling Street 🙂

  8. Bangsar-bAbE says: Reply

    Haih…I work just behind the shop, still nochet go. Damn fail la me… T___T

  9. SimpleGirl says: Reply

    the porridge really looks so smooth…something i love for a light dinner!!!

  10. iamthewitch says: Reply

    Oh great! A new place to go.. Every time I'm in Damansara Utama area, I just go to Village Park Nasi Lemak 😛 Now I have another option. 🙂

  11. Selba says: Reply

    Never knew there's raw fish porridge, I only know raw egg porridge 🙂

  12. qwazymonkey says: Reply

    this is like my favourite rainy day shop now, especially after a long day at work. Comforting to say the least

  13. ~Christine~Leng says: Reply

    aiwei~
    there r 2 more outlets in Lot 10 and petaling street.Can go try someday with me.hehe.

    taufulou~
    ya ya. I bet you'll love it too bok!

    Leo~
    we had it with yau char kway too! very crispy. Love my porridge withe these crullers. Just not complete without them rite? haha. Lucky you. so near your hse!^^

    kampungboycitygal~
    tried already dear? so near your house… good la. ^^

    Simon~
    well said 🙂 Maintaining the name and reputation they built years ago.

    thenomadgourmand~
    not bad eh? haha. But still prefer my CCF the traditional way. haha. You're really a pork lover gal! ^^

  14. ~Christine~Leng says: Reply

    mimid3vils~
    yea! don't need to to jam up at petaling street now. yay! ^^

    bangsar-babe~
    then next time we can ask u out to join us! 🙂 sometimes we just don't tend to go to places which are so near us. I do that too. haha ;P

    SimpleGirl~
    yea. Light and just nice. You'll love it gal 🙂 reasonable price too.

    iamthewitch~
    I have yet to try the famous village park nasi lemak! ahh.. thx for reminding me gal 🙂

    Selba~
    yea, there is raw fish porridge in Malaysia. The fish will not be overcooked and with smooth texture. yum! 🙂

    qwazymonkey~
    raining everyday nowadays. Perfect for dinner 🙂 But for me to travel here after work, will be even tiring. haha. Guess this have to wait till weekend for us ;P

  15. Monica says: Reply

    wow..the raw fish porridge looks interesting. I must go there to try it when I'm back to KL

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