Best Chee Cheong Fun in Kuching

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Chee Cheong Fun is certainly one of the more popular breakfast dishes in the country. This delicacy is a Cantonese dish from southern China, and is a frequently served item in kopitiams and Chinese restaurants as a snack, small meal or even as a variety of dim sum. What food fanatics love most about this dish is the smooth and slippery texture going hand in hand with whatever delectable filling that’s used, be it pork, duck, shrimp, vegetable, and anything else in between. So if you’re looking for where to go for you chee cheong fun fix in the “Cat City”, here are a few places to start with.

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    Chen Fa KopitiamNon halal 01f78899591256b47a2708a65f6538333b86089a30fbd22545a41deece4ea490

    While the star dish at Chen Fa Kopitiam is undoubtedly the wantan noodles, the chee cheong fun here has been known to turn a few heads. This plate of chee cheong fun is stuffed with pork and shrimp, giving diversity in terms of flavour and texture. One thing that becomes pretty obvious when you first take a look at this plate of Chee Cheong Fun is the generous amount of soy sauce that’s on the plate, which fortunately does not overpower the dish with saltiness. There’s also the addition of some sesame seeds and some chilli flakes, which help to give the dish more fragrance and flavour.

    Tips

    Have this dish as a side to the wantan noodles.

    Things to expect

    There’s a significantly generous amount of soy sauce in this dish.

    Best with

    Drinking some of the wantan soup will help cleanse the palette slightly after having this dish.

    Price

    RM4.00 to RM5.00

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    Chen Fa Kopitiam View restaurant

    2, Jalan Kempas, Tabuan Heights, 93350 Kuching, Sarawak, Malaysia, 93350, Kuching, Sarawak
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    C121 Food Station

    Among the many things you can try out at C121 Food Station, the Chee Cheong Fun is definitely in that list. The Chee Cheong Fun can either be had plain, or with a choice of either pork, vegetable or prawn filling. As far as portion sizes go, it is quite generous, especially when compared to other servings of Chee Cheong Fun out there. Each plate of Chee Cheong Fun from C121 Food Station comes with the aforementioned generous portion of Chee Cheong Fun, and some chilli paste that’s placed on the top of one of the pieces very simply, giving it a slight rustic feel.

    Tips

    It is best to share this plate of Chee Cheong Fun.

    Things to expect

    The chilli paste may be hidden in between the sheets of Chee Cheong Fun from time to time.

    Best with

    Some egg tarts will go well as a dessert after having this dish.

    Price

    RM2.50 to RM5.00

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    C121 Food Station View restaurant

    Jln Tabuan Tranquility, Kampung Sungai Nada, 93350 Kuching, Sarawak, Malaysia, 93350, Kuching, Sarawak
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    Penrissen Food CourtNon halal 01f78899591256b47a2708a65f6538333b86089a30fbd22545a41deece4ea490

    Penrissen Court boasts 28 stalls offering some Sarawakian and local favourites such as kolo mee, fish head noodles, and most certainly, chee cheong fun. The chee cheong fun here certainly stands out from the rest. For starters, it’s portion is much larger than most plates of chee cheong fun out there. On top of this, a thicker soy sauce is used as opposed to the lighter sauce, which gives the dish a slightly different flavour and gives it more richness. For more aroma and texture, fried shallots are used in place of the more commonly used sesame seeds, which makes a substantial difference in this regard.

    Tips

    Either have this as a main dish or a side dish that’s shared.

    Things to expect

    Only the plain version of this dish is available here.

    Best with

    Have some clear soup to help wash down this rich plate.

    Price

    RM10.00

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    Penrissen Food Court View restaurant

    41, AH150, 93250 Kuching, Sarawak, Malaysia, 93250, Kuching, Sarawak
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    +6016-8896698

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    06:00AM—11:00PM
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    Siang Siang Food CourtNon halal 01f78899591256b47a2708a65f6538333b86089a30fbd22545a41deece4ea490

    3There’s plenty of variety to enjoy at Siang Siang Food Court, inclusive of the stall that’s dedicated to selling chee cheong fun. There are a number of different options available at this stall when it comes to the filling, but the highlight is most certainly the BBQ pork filling. This plate of chee cheong fun comes with a generous amount of light soy sauce to aid in giving the dish saltiness. On top of the chee cheong fun, sesame seeds, fried shallots, as a few bits of BBQ pork are sprinkled on top, which greatly enhances the flavour, fragrance, and aroma of the dish.

    Tips

    Treat this as a side to a main dish that you would get from the food court.

    Things to expect

    A small serving of chilli paste on a small, separate plastic plate.

    Best with

    Ice lemon tea will help wash down this rich plate of chee cheong fun.

    Price

    RM3.00 to RM3.50

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    Siang Siang Food Court View restaurant

    Wisma Hock Peng, Green Heights, 93250 Kuching, Sarawak, Malaysia, 93250, Kuching, Sarawak
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    Min Feng HaoNon halal 01f78899591256b47a2708a65f6538333b86089a30fbd22545a41deece4ea490Alco free 9fb1f2c65edc2c1eaf4e8b24402d108dd33cc2bc71f0fb0022a54c3c390a66c8

    While Min Feng Hao is noted for their congee, their plate of Chee Cheong Fun is certainly no slouch, especially considering it’s a newer entry into their menu. The Chee Cheong Fun here can either be had plain, or stuffed with Chinese crullers, BBQ pork, beef, shrimp; showing a decent amount of variety that can be enjoyed. The plate of Chee Cheong Fun comes in a light soy sauce for more saltiness, with a few leaves of bitter greens to help add some freshness, and a portion of chilli paste on the side should you be looking for a bit more heat in your serving of Chee Cheong Fun.

    Tips

    Have the Chee Cheong Fun as a side to the congee.

    Things to expect

    The Chee Cheong Fun might not be available in the early mornings at times.

    Best with

    A cup of Chinese tea will help cleanse the palette after eating the Chee Cheong Fun.

    Price

    RM3.00 to RM6.00

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    Min Feng Hao View restaurant

    5, Lorong Urat Mata 7, Tabuan Jaya, 93350 Kuching, Sarawak, Malaysia, 93350, Kuching, Sarawak
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    Monday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday, Sunday
    09:00AM—02:00PM
    Monday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday, Sunday
    06:00PM—09:30PM
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    Nu Er Hong @ Pullman HotelHalal a81b201f94b2180a29928950eefa06850871fc85c2ba8fcb39753bdbcdfb49cfCertified
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    With all the different restaurants and cuisines that are available in the Pullman Hotel, the chee cheong fun at the Nu Er Hong restaurant in the Pullman Hotel still manages to find it’s place and not get lost in the overwhelming variety. The chee cheong fun here can be of a more simple variety, with Chinese cruller stuffing; or of a more complex variety as seen in their duck meat stuffing, which also contains a slew of other secret ingredients that help make it more moist, slippery, and flavourful. Interestingly enough, there’s not much soy sauce in this plate of chee cheong fun, thus letting the filling carry the majority of the flavours in this plate.

    Tips

    Many deals such as “All You Can Eat” dim sum buffet is available here at times.

    Things to expect

    There’s very little soy sauce in contrast to other servings of chee cheong fun out there.

    Best with

    Take the mango chunk and pomelo pulp dessert to pleasantly wrap up the meal.

    Price

    RM8.00

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    Nu Er Hong @ Pullman Hotel View restaurant

    Lorong 14, 93100 Kuching, Sarawak, Malaysia, 93100, Kuching, Sarawak
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    (+60)608222888

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    11:30AM—02:30PM
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    06:00PM—11:30PM
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    Boulevard RestaurantNon halal 01f78899591256b47a2708a65f6538333b86089a30fbd22545a41deece4ea490

    Located in the Boulevard Shopping Mall is Boulevard Restaurant; a relatively new Chinese restaurant specialising in dim sum dishes. While it is easy to get lost in the number of options available in most dim sum restaurants, this is not the case for the plate of chee cheong fun here, in particular, the chee cheong fun filled with BBQ pork filling. One thing to note about the plate is the fact that there’s just the right amount of light soy sauce that’s in the dish, resulting in a dish that has the right balance in terms of saltiness. To literally top it off, there’s a decent portion of sesame seeds, fried shallots, and spring onions sprinkled on top to add more flavour, texture, and fragrance.

    Tips

    Get some chilli paste on the side for more heat.

    Things to expect

    There’s no serving of chilli paste that comes with the plate of chee cheong fun.

    Best with

    Wantan soup will help wash down the plate of chee cheong fun.

    Price

    RM11.00 to RM20.00

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    Boulevard Restaurant View restaurant

    76, AH150, 93250 Kuching, Sarawak, Malaysia, 93250, Kuching, Sarawak
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    +6082-588889

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    10:00AM—10:00PM
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