Lot 10 Hutong Food Court | 十号胡同, Kuala Lumpur

Out of sudden, husband get hooked with Char Koay Teow, haha! Previously he wasn't that enjoy hawker food even though he has been living in Penang more than 4 years. Since he crave for Char Koay Teow, I googled for "Best Char Koay Teow in Kuala Lumpur" and found this Lot 10 Hutong is selling one of the nice Penang Char Koay Teow in town.

When we arrived, we were surprise to found out that Lot 10 Hutong is actually a premium food court that having some of the well-known hawker foods in Klang Valley under the same roof! by Hong Kong’s famous food critic, Chua Lam.

"十号" which is Number 10 in Chinese (here it refers to Lot 10 - The shopping Mall), while 胡同 (Hu Tong) refers to narrow street or alley. The ambiance of the food court just like it's name "Lot 10 Hutong" - very "narrow street feel" with many food stalls around except it is air conditioned.

 Chua Brothers 
First thing we do after arrive is place order for 2 plates of CKT before the queue gets longer! Beside Char Koey Teow, this Chua Brothers stall is also selling other Penang delicacies like Asam Laksa, Koay Teow Soup and etc!

Watching the workers restlessly frying Char Koay Teow and other fried dish while waiting for our order ready. Queue no. will be given after you place order and make payment so there is no need to queue to wait for the food ready.

Char Koay Teow (without duck egg) @ RM10.80
Finally, husband get the Penang Char Koay Teow that he longing for! Taste is exactly what we expected, I am glad it worth for us to make our way here to Lot 10 just for this plate of CKT! Husband's Char Koay Teow is without duck egg but spicy.

Char Koay Teow (with duck egg) @ RM11.80
While my Char Koay Teow is with duck egg but less spicy. I love the slightly salty taste from duck egg coated with the Keow Teow.

After finish our CKT, we continue to browse around looking for second round meal. Some of the famous food stalls in Lot 10 Hutong are Imbi Road Original Pork Noodles, Hon Kee Porridge, Soong Kee Beef Noodles, Ho Weng Kee and etc.

Soong Kee Beef Noodles
Established since 1945, Original Soong Kee shop is located at Jalan Tun H.S. Lee and this outlet in Lot 10 Hutong is managed by third generation. We put Soong Kee in our next visit must eat list.

Kim Lian Kee
Another shortlist is Kim Lian Kee (established since 1927) which is selling Charcoal Fried Hokkien Mee, currently running by the 4th generation of the family. The queues is probably the longest among all stalls in Lot 10 Hutong (We count, at least 13 persons in is the queue). Since husband is not really fancy Fried Hokkien Mee, we will try next time only if it is not that long queue.

Ho Weng Kee (何榮記)
This uncle with a mold near his ear win our attention and we give a try to their Barbecue Pork Dry Wantan Mee. Ho Weng Kee establish since 1935, the original shop is located at PJ SS2 and has ceased operation few years ago after the owner retired. 



 Barbecue Pork Dry Wantan Mee @ RM7.90
I took a bite before the rest goes into his stomach. It is a plate of tasty wantan mee! However, not the best wantan mee we ever have. Our no.1 still goes to the Wantan Mee in Serdang, Kedah.

Mixed fruits Ice Kacang @ RM7.90
Lastly, we had this mixed fruits Ice Kacang from Oriental Dessert to quench our thirst, also not to forget to take away some Portuguese Tarts from Siew Bao Wong for our tea time later before we leave the place. 

We were so satisfy with our meal today, price definitely slightly higher than the original stall since they are operate in a Shopping Mall in Golden Triangle area. However, we find it worth as it save our time from travelling to to different locations for there famous eateries. However, not just the food, the parking fee is costly too! Our parking fee of the day is equals to one plate of Char Koay Teow that we just had! in case you want to know :) 

More info, visit their official website: www.lot10hutong.com


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