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Cheong Foh Klang Town Kopitiam

  • By on November 13, 2009 | 9 Comments

    Have you ever been to Cheong Foh kopitiam in Klang Town? Seriously today is my first visit to the kopitiam and in Hokkien we pronounce the coffee shop as Cheong Ho.

    Just to let you know my mum bought the coffee powder from Cheong Ho for decades and every morning we will be drinking coffee with either nasi lemak, chicken rice or curry mee 😀

    I arrived around 10.30am in the morning and there’s big crowd in this traditional kopitiam. Quite please to see there’s young and old folks sitting in the coffee shop and having their good time in chatting 🙂

    Cheong Ho Coffee Taste

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    Coffee taste is always the key for your customer to walk in to your coffee shop 🙂

    We ordered less sweet and ‘gao gao’ (thick thick) coffee and the good taste is different compare to Chong Kok Kopitiam and the coffee from both side will hit a draw.

    You no need to worry if the coffee went cold because the taste is still preserve-ably good 🙂

    Cheong Ho Half Boiled Egg

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    The half boiled egg taste good but I prefer the one I had before in Eng Ann Kopitiam 🙂

    Cheong Ho Red Wine Mee Sua

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    Ang Jiu Mee Sua or Red Wine Mee Sua is one of the dishes I recommend in Cheong Ho kopitiam.

    The soup is not red in color and the absorbed red wine mee sua has a great taste with smooth chicken 🙂

    Cheong Ho Char Kuey Teow

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    The Char Kuey Teow is another one of the customer favourite for breakfast in Cheong Ho Kopitiam.

    The Kuey Teow is not oily and has a ‘gao’ (thick) taste makes me recommend this to whoever going to breakfast today 🙂

    Address – No 1, Lorong Gopeng/KU1, Dataran Ocean, 41400 Klang

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  1. #1 Boon Ee
    November 13, 2009 11:10 pm

    i prefer the “kun loh mee with curry” and toast bread….:p

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  1. #2 ah hong
    November 13, 2009 11:23 pm

    Boon Ee, I will try the kun loh mee with curry next round 😀

    I did have the toast bread for 70 cent but I prefer the one from Chong Kok kopitiam 😉

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  1. #3 Boon Ee
    November 13, 2009 11:28 pm

    you should order the round bread(like the burger bread type).
    mana itu chong kok kopitiam?

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  1. #4 ah hong
    November 13, 2009 11:35 pm

    Haiseh, I ordered the long and square one. At least I got something to try out again tomorrow 😀

    Chong Kok Kopitiam near the KTM station in Litte India Street. Classic place and the kopitiam quite historical too 😉

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  1. #5 Boon Ee
    November 13, 2009 11:44 pm

    hhhhmmmmmm…..can go there next time when i back to klang……
    still stuck in cambodia tho……

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  1. #6 Jayce
    November 14, 2009 1:15 am

    Long time did not go out eat breakfast already. Having mine at company cafe all the time. And at home during weekend. Miss breakfast outside sometime too. 😉

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  1. #7 johnnie
    November 14, 2009 6:59 pm

    Hi Hong,

    even though I stayed at klang, but I have no idea where is this shop. where is cheong foh? it would be good, if you can include address in your review.
    I notice you frequent klang regularly. any chance of meeting up??

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  1. #8 ah hong
    November 14, 2009 8:45 pm

    Johnnie, missed out the location Cheong Foh earlier. You may refer the location here http://maps.google.com/maps?f=q&q=3.050141,101.445877%20%28Cheong%20Foh%20Kopitiam%29

    The kopitiam is around 2 minutes walking distance from Klang Digital Mall. I am always around in Klang, we will meet by chance 😀

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  1. #9 Julie
    October 15, 2013 9:10 pm

    Hi Hong

    Thank you for your write up on this restaurant. Last month, it was Sunday that we came from KL to Klang for Bak Kut Teh under the flyover and also to have coffee and the kaya toast at Chong Kok. Unfortunately, Chong Kok was closed for some function. There we were, very disappointed, desperate and stuck and don’t know where to go for coffee, crazy people. Stumbling into your web have given us some idea and a new place to explore. Thanks for writing on other eateries that Klang has to offer especially the Hainanese coffee shops. There is one more place that Klang used to have it was the ‘River View Restaurant’ at the Jetty. I hope to look for it. My Dad used to bring us there for baked crab. Best in the world. Thank you.

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