Tuesday, 17 July 2012

聯姐 Kway Teow Kia @ Kim Ling 金岭 Coffee Shop in Taman Perling, Johor Bahru, Malaysia

Recently, I had been featuring Kim Ling 金岭 coffee shop because I like the variety and quality of the many hawker stalls there. Readers suggested that I also try 聯姐 kway teow kia stall at Kim Ling 金岭.

I am glad that I made a trip to Kim Ling this morning on my readers' suggestion. 聯姐 kway teow kia is very good, indeed.

There are many things that I like about 聯姐 kway teow kia stall.

First of all, I like the the ordering system here - it is simple and transparent. The different cuts of pork offal, meat and types of additional ingredients like braised eggs and fried tofu skin are all displayed at the front. The customer just picks the pieces that s/he likes and knows exactly how much s/he has to pay. Great system!

The fried tofu skin is very popular as it soaks up the braising sauce like a sponge. This is delicious as it stays crunchy even when saturated with braising sauce.

聯姐's braised eggs are hot sellers.

Intestines are staples at kway teow kia stalls. At 聯姐, the delicious intestines are thoroughly cleaned.

Pork tongue, my favourite. 聯姐's sweet pork tongue has a certain crunchiness that made it the best that I've tasted.

Soft, tender and tasty braised pig's skin.

Crunchy braised pork ears.

Beautiful belly pork, braised to perfection.

Braised tofu, the favourite of many.

To me, the soul of kia teow kia is its braising sauce. I love 聯姐's braising sauce. The braising sauce has body yet light. It is delicately herbal, hints only of slight saltiness and is naturally sweet. This is definitely one my favourites.

All the customers' orders get a hot dip in the boiling braising sauce before serving.

Soft and smooth kway teow kia in a delicate herbal broth that is tasty, not too salty nor oily. For many people, one bowl is not enough.

Here comes our orders.

Other "normal" people's orders.

I was a little greedy, threw caution to the wind, and just gleefully picked a mix of things I liked. Hahaha..., the food arrived in a heap which I had to finish by myself. Fortunately, that wasn't too hard as everything was delicious J.

聯姐 is highly recommended for kway teow kia (kway chap) lovers.

Restaurant name:  聯姐 Kway Teow Kia Stall @ Kim Ling 金岭 Coffee Shop
Address: 19, Jalan Simbang, Taman Perling, Johor Bahru
Map: http://goo.gl/maps/LhmB
GPS: 1.482709,103.681223
Hours: Hawker stalls operate from 7:00am to 2:00pm (Closed on alternate Wednesdays)
Non Halal

Date visited: 16 July 2012


  1. Wow! Looks like this is definitely the breakfast spot for our rd trip to Melaka this weekend!!

    1. Yes, this place has something for everyone, including a vegetarian stall. Needs a slight detour though, depending on where you are coming from.

  2. wow, how did you finish this by yourself!!!

    ps: I went over to JB for a food spree. So cheap and good! Went to San Low and Hiang Kee

  3. Yes, I did finished it all with some effort ;P I got funny looks from people around me - what more, I was taking lots of photos ;P

    1. darn, I wanna join you. I love food haha


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