Monday, January 5, 2009

Dinner @ Wai Sek Kai, Chai Leng Park

Hubby and I went to Chai Leng Park for dinner two days ago. We were on our way back from SP and coincidentally we need to drop by Chai Leng Park, so we just went to Wai Sek Kai to settle our dinner.

Hubby suggested bak kut teh over there as he had tried it before years ago and it was good. It was a rainy day so we'd like to warm ourselves up for a hot pot of soup.

There you go, we ordered bak kut teh for 2. The clay pot is huge so there's ample of soup for both of us. We don't even need to ask for refill! The soup is hot and tasty. The Chinese herb smell was not too strong, and the there's lots ingredients. It is best serve with bird's eye chili, chopped garlic, dark and light soy sauce.

Bak kut teh for 2 cost only RM13++, much cheaper than the one we had in Patani Jaya, Sungai Petani, and definitely much better.

Hubby ordered the Leng Chi Kang from the stall opposite to clay pot bak kut teh. It turned out good also. It consists lots of ingredients. The sweet potato is soft, and there are other ingredients like lychee, fresh and dried longan, white fungus, kidney beans, pek koay, QQ tapioca balls and jelly. Small serving cost for RM2.50 and big serving for RM3.80. It is highly recommended. "Refreshing desu ne". :D

Overall we are quite satisfied with our dinner there.


Elin Chia said...

Wow, the Leng Chee Kang looks yummy ! In Ipoh we don't have have the jelly in it :)

Steven Goh said...

i love to dine at the wai sek kai, actually there is one more stall that is worth to introduce there too. Luckily u still leave a room for me to introduce :)

Duckie said...

time to make a trip back there again!!!

J2Kfm said...

yeah, Penang;s Lin Chee Kang is different from other states.

with everything thrown in for good measure. :)

not that I'm complaining.

New Kid on the Blog said...

You also leave some space for me to introduce something there also. :)

I hope it's not the same as Steven.

Little Inbox said...

Elinluv & J2Kfm, I have not get a chance to try the one in Ipoh's yet le, not able to compare.

Steven & New kid, what is that har? Lok Lok? Grilled fish? Hmm, just wait and see.

Duckie, plan a makan trip then. :)

Food Paradise said...

wai sek kai....... it's in my food hunt list. lol Will note down the desserts and bak kut teh. lol

Anonymous said...

yeah the leng chee kang is pretty famous there

if you go during the afternoon, the chicken rice/yam rice is a good try

worldwindows said...

Price is cheap for 2 pax at RM13. I love my leng chee kang with lots of dried sweet longan.

Little Inbox said...

Food Paradise, Hmm...hope that you like it too. :)

vkeong, ok, thanks for sharing. I will take note.

Worldwindows, yalor. Those I had in Penang island are more expensive.

Anonymous said...

the leng chi kang seems to have so many ingredients inside. long time never have it.

Dora said...

The dessert is so colourful and got sooo many ingredients!:)

Little Inbox said...

Allenooi & Dora, yalor, looking at it drooling ler?


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