Address47, Jalan Bandar 16, Pusat Bandar Puchong, 47100 Puchong, Selangor, Malaysia
Opening hour10am to 4pm daily
Price / FeeFried chicken, vege, and “kuah campur” (RM8.00)
DishesMutton curry ‧ Nasi Kandar
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KOK Nasi Kandar Penang - Puchong Batu Dua Belas, SelangorSee 64 photos and 16 tips from 530 visitors to KOK Nasi Kandar Penang. "Kinda $$$. R w/ Chicken-rm7.5 R w/ Mutton & Chicken-rm15 R w/ Sotong &..."
The nasi kandar here is definitely a guilty pleasure, but not cheap as well.
Kok Siong Nasi Kandar Penang @ Pusat Bandar PuchongNonetheless, we had no qualms paying RM8.00 for this dish as it tasted delicious. The fried chicken smelled robust and had a crispy texture on the outside while remaining juicy and tender on the inside. The chicken was also incredibly fresh as the kakak constantly fried and refilled the fried chicken tray.
Finally tasted the famous kok siong nasi kandar, very good. The chee cheong fun here is not good.
The curry is out of this world, a must try for Nasi Kandar lover.
Penang Nasi Kandar, Restoran Kok Siong - Bangsar BabeRestoran Kok Siong in Puchong looks like any other Chinese coffeeshop. I only knew about this place when I became a volunteer at the Burmese children shelter in Puchong two years ago. A Mr. Tee mans this nasi kandar stall with the help of three workers. According to him, the dishes here are authentic Penang …
Authentic Penang Nasi Kandar @ Restoran Kok Siong, Puchong - Malaysia Food & Travel BlogSo when a colleague recommended me a Nasi Kandar at a coffee shop in Puchong that actually tastes like Penang’s, I jumped to try it. I never doubted his recommendation at all because besides him being a Penangite, he is one of the hardcore Nasi Kandar lovers I mentioned earlier. Turns the boss did not put up the word ‘Penang’ on his stall for nothing, his curry dishes do carry that unique spicy flavor of a true Penang Nasi Kandar. Well, of course it is not great as Kampong Melayu’s or Shariff’s. But given that you don’t need to travel all the way to Penang for the best ones, this particular stall at Restoran Kok Siong is probably the next best thing.