After Midnight Food Hunt (Part 2) – Fei Por Restaurant

Welcome to my second part of my ‘After Midnight Food Hunt’ series. In part one, I posted about foods you can get after midnight at Old Klang Road (Jalan Kelang Lama). Next, we head out to this famous eating place at Jalan Pudu, Kuala Lumpur called Restoran Fei Por.

 

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Restoran Fei Por is no stranger among the night folks in KL. In fact, this place has been the ‘go to’ place for me after midnight for many years. This restaurant opens at 6.30 pm and closes at 3.30 am. Although Fei Por is predominantly known for it’s chicken rice, they have a very wide variety ranging from noodles, porridge, stir fry vegetables & meat, soups etc. I have patronized this place many times. Therefore, photos from this post actually reflects the numerous times I’ve been there over the years. 

 

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As I have mentioned, chicken rice is their main item here. Therefore, many patrons will have this on their tables. I am not a big fan of poached chicken but this one is passable. 6/10

 

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Another signature food there is char siew (barbecued meat with sweet sauce) and roast pork. As always, I will go to Fei Por if I crave for roast pork after midnight. 7/10

 

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Yay!! There is also an option to stir fry the roast pork! Fried with lots of garlic, chilli, spices and dark soya sauce, this one is my all time favourite. A must have when I go there! 9/10

 

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Braised chicken feet also available. I like their version which is a bit spicy. 7/10

 

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Besides rice, you can also opt for a bowl of porridge to go with your dishes. They have a variety of porridges; with choices of pork, fish slices, mince chicken or frog legs! Even the clear porridge without the additional ‘toppings’ tasted good. 8/10 

 

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Prawn wan tan at 2 am? Yes they have that too. Tasty prawn broth too. You can also add noodles such as kway teow or mee hoon in the soup. 7/10

 

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A small variety of stir fry vegetables are available. Here is the stir fry ‘yau mak’ (lettuce). 6/10

 

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A simple but nice one. Steamed tofu with oyster sauce, dried shrimps, fried onions & garlic. 7/10

 

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Double boiled soup too?? Yes they have a selection. Here is the double boiled lotus root soup. 8/10

 

Besides rice and porridge, you can also have soup noodles here. Pictured above is kway teow soup with pork balls. 7/10

 

Phew! That’s a lot of food! In fact, there’s loads more I haven’t pictured here yet. Other notable mention are curry mee, vinegar pork trotters, stir fry wild boar with ginger, curry pork ribs, penang prawn mee, etc. My advice… go with a large group of friends so that you can savour the many dishes there. The food prices here are slightly above average, but having a restaurant that opens until 3.30 am with a wide selection of foods is a big plus. And the best part is most of the dishes are tasty and service is fast. For me, it’s much much better than ending up at a nasi kandar restaurant after midnight and probably end up paying more for the food. Lol! 🙂

 

Restoran Fei Por

211, Jalan Pudu,

55100 Kuala Lumpur

Opens from 6.30 pm to 3.30 am (close on Tuesdays)

 

 

 

 

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