Kah Hiong Ngiu Chap 家乡牛什 @ Puchong

Are you craving for a bowl of excellent Ngiu Chap (mixed beef parts)?
When saying so, this if very often related to the famous Ngiu Chap stall in Sabah. Namely Kah Hiong Ngiu Chap 家乡牛什, they are very specialized in preparing your favourite serving of beef parts. Be it the sliced meat, tripe, tendon, intestine or other entrails, you could easily find it here to fix your crave. Slurp!

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Learning that Kah Hiong Ngiu Chap has finally set its foot here in Klang Valley, opening their new branch at Bandar Puteri Puchong, we decided to finally pay this restaurant that is located somewhere near the Puteri Mart a visit. We’ve not had the Sabah version, so its our virgin try on Kah Hiong 🙂
As usual, finding a parking spot at Bandar Puteri especially during lunch hour could be a pain here.
Comparing to their Sabah outlet, Kah Hiong in Puchong has a better environment; air-conditioned and comfortable seats arrangement. Also, a more expensive price you have to pay of course.

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Our order was promptly served and I must say that
smooth-tasting beef broth, although the piece of radish that came with it was soft enough.

Ngiu Chap Soup Noodle – RM13.90
Their signature that came with beef tripes, beef stew, beef slices & beef balls. A generous serving and the quality of the beef noodles is pretty decent. Tasty & smooth-tasting beef broth with slices of soft radish that came together. The beef were soft too.

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Beef Ball Noodle – RM13.90
For patrons who are not comfortable or not a big fan of organs, beef balls noodles would be a great order. Their beef balls are dense & spongy 🙂 Love the broth too.

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Also remember their signature super hot chilli paste. Dipping your beef into it would definitely add in extra kick to your palate. But do be careful not to overdo it. They are also selling their own chilli sauce if you love to bring them home. Somehow strong chilli goes very well with Ngiu Chap.
While some Sabahans might complain about the price difference between their hometown and Puchong, somehow when the craving drops by, we just can’t resist, can we?

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*PORK-FREE*
Kah Hiong Ngiu Chap 家乡牛什
No.11 & 13, Jalan Puteri 4/8, Bandar Puteri
47100 Puchong New Village,
Selangor, Malaysia.
Business Hours:
Mon – Thurs: 10am – 9pm
Fri – Sun: 9am – 10pm
Phone: +603 8066 9829

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2 Comment

  1. ciki says: Reply

    LOVE Ngau Chap! My fav is still Yang Kee in SeaPark, but I have to try this one ! 🙂

    1. We will try Yang Kee @ Sea Park then! 🙂

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