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Restaurant Gao Ren Guan

  • By on October 20, 2009 | 3 Comments

    Gao Ren Guan (高人馆) was one of the restaurant famous and well known in serving Gao Zhou (高州) style dishes. The restaurant got its name from Gao Zhou, a place near Guang Dong China.

    Gao Ren Guan has 2 branch, one is in Puchong Jaya and another one is in SS15 Subang Jaya 😀

    Today I will bring you to Gao Ren Guan in Subang Jaya, so be prepared for the new dishes in front of you.

    Gao Ren Guan 四大名菜


    One of the four famous dishes, 高州黄金卜 was kind of dishes where pork and vegetables was stuffed into a deep fried ‘tou fu pok’.

    You will love the soup as well, so make sure you mix stuffed ingredient ‘tou fu pok’ before your lips touch on it 😀

    Large bowl of 高州黄金卜 will cost you RM25 with 10 pcs of special ‘tou fu pok’ and I recommend you this 🙂


    高州酿甘瓜 or Bitter Gourd stuffed with minced pork was another all time favourite.

    Don’t worry, you are going to chew hard Bitter Gourd here. All these half split Bitter Gourd was steamed until it is soft enough for your lips and mouth 😀

    Whether you like Bitter Gourd or not, you gotta try these 6 pieces of healthy food for RM21 🙂


    This is real good, braised pork or some call ‘Kao Bak’ in Hokkien comes with soft sliced yam 😀

    In the menu, the name of this dish was 家乡扣肉 and the large portion came with 8 pairs of braised pork and soft sliced yam for RM 28.

    Two thumbs up and I recommend this 家乡扣肉 from the menu 😉


    The last of 4 famous dishes was steamed salted chicken (家乡咸鸡) and you guys should order this when eating in big group 😀

    Guess you can’t finish the whole chicken with 2-3 people on the table 🙂

    Gao Ren Guan Extra Side Dishes


    脆香南乳肉 or so called ‘Nam Yu Pork’ was one of the most recommended extra side dishes in Gao Ren Guan by me.

    It started like this, I put the first piece in my mouth and start the crusty plus juicy chew.

    I repeated the chew and start to pop more and more into my mouth until there’s nothing left anymore on the plate 😀

    Remember to order big plate for this ‘Nam Yu Pork’ and I bet you will love the chew 😉


    Hot and sour vegetables, I don’t know why I will remember back the sourness each time when looking back on the picture.

    The vegetables texture was very smooth and imagine the accompanied hot and sour taste going to drop into your mouth…the taste shaken my body 😀

    For those girl who love sour and not sweet taste, hot and sour vegetables is definitely a choice for you 🙂


    Fried squid with garlic, the taste is better than its look here cause I was busy eating right there and didn’t snap this dish properly 😀

    I recommend you to visit Gao Ren Guan in group of 8-10 people so you can try most of the unique variety dishes in picture.

    So what are you waiting for? Drop into Gao Ren Guan and taste the special Gao Zhou (高州) style dishes today 😉

    Damn hungry right now onion-help

    Address – 43, Jalan SS15/4E, Subang Jaya 47500 Subang Jaya, Selangor
    Tel – 03-8076 8766
    Business Hours – Everyday on 11am – 3pm & 5pm – 10pm

    ah hong

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  1. #1 littlepolaris
    October 20, 2009 9:35 am

    eh ah hong, except the tau fu pok, the rest are quite common dishes wor. =P
    The hot and sour vege, my mum can cook. Hokkien chai la. lol.
    Nam yu pork also i like, Hakka chai.
    salted chicken also Hakka chai. Haha.

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  1. #2 ah hong
    October 21, 2009 7:24 am

    Hehe YY, you already name those dishes under different clan. So can say the restaurant is special lor 😀

    Are you Hakka mui? Haha

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  1. #3 Jayce
    October 22, 2009 12:04 am

    Hey bro, nice photos. Make me want to eat them nia. 😛

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