Last time, I paid around RM13 for a bowl of ngiu chap and one neslo ping. It does cost a bit expensive but I can assure your lust will be fulfilled.
The soup is very tasty and you can really feel the high viscosity, I mean it is really thick. I love the outer layer of the meat, so tender and juicy.
If you are not into soups and stuff, I recommend you to order the Kon Lau Kuey Teow. The preparation is basically are the same of that Kon Lau Mian(dry sauce noodle), except for the part that they use Kuey Teow as noodle.
There are too much ingredients on their sauce, it is indescribable, it is so delicious, I will die if I consume these foods daily. They even serve my kon lau with a bowl of ngiu chap, I mean how cool is that? I paid RM11 for one bowl of ngiu chap soup, a bowl of kon lau kuey teow and one glass of milo ping. I get all sleepy after taking these foods, because who doesn't when their tummy's happier than a dwarf with a pot of gold.
Kah Hiong Ngiu Chap opens their shop at 7am and closes at 3pm, although I've been here twice, in both times, I can see they are having a problem to close on time because customers are still filling in the seats even after 3pm (including me).
The shop got outdoor seatings and if you come at lunch hour, it is very hard to find a vacant table for you to sit on and enjoy your meal.
According to the menu board, they don't serve pork so it should be 'halal' but their foods are so good, I'm starting to suspect that they are using lards (pig fat) in their ingredients but let's not make speculations shall we?
The shop is located at Hilltop, it's nearby Lintas Plaza, Penampang. Just search in keyword 'Kah Hiong Ngiu Chap' in Google Maps or refer to the pictures below:-
The actual location is at the dropped pin and not the one stated on the map. Well, that's only a matter of accuracy, if you get to the place, you will find it.
p/s : the owner got a sexy, and arrogant daughter, just the way I like it. RAWRR! 😏