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Yee Fung Claypot Chicken Rice

Before our flight back to Singapore, I wanted to have a good lunch. We found this coffee shop, Kedai Kopi Yee Fung that was crowded with customers eating their 3 main dishes, Laksa, Claypot Chicken Rice, and Ngau Chap (mixed beef) noodles. I decided on having the Claypot Chicken Rice. I was delighted when I was served with my order. The claypot is a small, individual size, half filled with rice. On top are pieces of chicken meat (portions of a chicken drumstick, my favorite!), mushrooms, lettuces and an egg. The egg is half-cooked, which is perfect in my opinion. This is how I think this dish should be eaten. I start by taking all the chicken meat out of the claypot onto a plate. Next, I burst the egg yolk and let the runny egg yolk flow out onto the rice. Lastly, I stir everything in the claypot together, scrapping the.
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Kam Kee Bak Kut Teh

After our Mount Kinabalu climb, our muscles were sore and we needed some food badly. We checked in to our hostel at Gaya Street and headed out for dinner. We were told that we can find good Bak Kut Teh restaurants at Gaya Street so we were quite set on having some for dinner. We stumbled upon this coffee shop called Kedai Kopi Kim Min with a Bak Kut Teh stall called Kam Kee Bak Kut Teh. There were quite a number of customers eating Bak Kut Teh so we decided that it has to be quite good. We found ourselves a table and sat down. They had this large board on the wall that explained how to make your order. We decided to try the original flavor with mixed pork meat. We also ordered a plate of Tau Hu and U Cha Kui (You Tiao) and rice. Luckily there wasn’t.
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