Undeniably, Kedai Kopi Wah Juan is one of the locals favourite place for Zhu Chap(mixed pork). This tasty and mouthwatering pork innards with noodle is only available in the morning, from 7 am to 11 am, but usually sold out before 10 am. At times one must be very patient to wait for a table, which can take up to almost half an hour long as there is a huge crowds daily patronising the shop.
Kedai Kopi Wah Juan
Jalan Lee Thau Sang,
Tanjung Aru (Jalan Lee Thau Sang),
88100 Kota Kinabalu, Sabah
Mixed Pork Innards RM10.00
The Mixed Pork innards platter comes with pork's intestine, ear, stomach and tongue. It was infused with the right blend of spices and cooked till its became tender and easy to chew. It took an effort to clean the intestines, which I respect much as the unpleasant smell of the innards could be a biggest turn off. Its overall taste was light but tasteful and not to forget, fragrantly good too.
Kon Lau Mee with Mixed Pork Innards RM6.00
A wise choice of ordering the noodle will be the Kon Lau Mee or loosely translated as noodle in 'dry style'. As plain as it might seem, this plate of noodles was really addictive and delicious. Do not be deceived by its look!
Kon Lau Mee with Beef Ball RM6.00
If you are not a pork innards person, Wah Juan also serve tasty and springy beef ball. You can order it as a side dish or to go with noodle.
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