Angcle Peoh @ Bukit Tinggi, Klang

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If you're a fan of local delights, then you're gonna love Angcle Peoh. Featuring authentic dishes from up North, Penang, Angcle Peoh has settled here in Klang, and another at Kota Kemuning Shah Alam. The restaurant is fairly straight-forward, where you enter, grab a seat and order your choice of delicious Penang food. 

The entrance.

A crowded restaurant during breakfast. 

Duck Egg Char Kuey Teow - RM10

This is definitely worth trying when you're at Angcle Peoh. The char kuey teow is done with sufficient 'wok hei', taste and flavour. Not forgetting the generous amount of duck eggs used, this plate of char kuey teow got me asking for seconds. 

Fried Hokkien Mee - RM9.50

Another dish that has its roots from Penang - the Fried Hokkien Mee. It does look like our Klang Hokkien Mee, but a rather discoloured version. Mainly because it wasn't black. Taste-wise, it was pretty good. I enjoyed the combination of flavours and the gravy-like soup. Topped with the sambal belacan, the Fried Hokkien Mee certainly does have a kick. 

Prawn Mee - RM8

Also known as Hokkien Mee in Penang, the Prawn Mee too was pretty good. The broth had enough depth of flavour which I truly enjoy. Also, the noodles were cooked beautifully consistent, in which it wasn't too soft nor hard. Topped with fresh prawns and fried onion, delicious! 

Pork Noodles (Soup) - RM8

Unlike conventional pork noodles, Angcle Peoh's version is significantly lighter in flavour and rich in depth. The broth is made by boiling whole ribs to extract all that flavour. Served with a generous topping of pork balls and pork slice. Additional options to add liver too is available. 

Asam Laksa - RM9

A hearty bowl of asam laksa, in which the broth used was extremely flavourful and the noodles cooked to perfection. It's no easy task to execute it perfectly, but you'll find the asam laksa amazingly done, here at Angcle Peoh. Loved the richness and depth of flavour, along with small bits of sardin and chopped shallots. Noodles were bouncy and had that bite to it. Lovely. 

Curry Mee - RM8

Last but not least, I had the curry mee. Served in a glorious golden-red broth, packed with dried tofu pok, crispy beancurd, fishcakes, fishballs, squid and cockles. Not only was it rich in flavour, the toppings really add that dimension of texture within the bowl. Highly recommended for those who enjoys curry mee. 

Overall, the food at Angcle Peoh was amazingly delicious. The restaurant itself doesn't look like much but the flavours and taste really comes through. Especially the char kuey teow and asam laksa, those were my favourite. I also loved the use of sambal, which was a nice balance of spicy and sweet. In short, it's hearty Penang food at the tip of your fingers. 


42, Lorong Batu Nilam 21B, Bandar Bukit Tinggi 2, 41200 Klang, Selangor, Malaysia.

Operating hours: 9am - 9pm daily.

Tel: 0338855460

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