Tuesday, May 1, 2018

Fatt Kee Roast Duck & Chicken Rice Shop @ Cheras Traders Square

Thirty years after first setting up what became a chicken rice stall in Pudu, the founders of Fatt Kee now finally have a family-run shop to call their own, bringing their beloved roast meats to Cheras.

For the ideal introduction to Fatt Kee, order the special Four-in-One Combo, featuring time-honoured roast duck, roast chicken, crunchy siu yok and crisp-edged char siew with chicken rice (RM16.80). It took a generation to perfect this, and it's encouraging to believe that another generation will continue to enjoy this. Simple, fuss-free satisfaction from start to finish.

The kitchen also offers a reasonable range of soups and Hakka specialities. The pork tail soup, loaded with peanuts, is soulful and fairly priced for RM7, while the pork knuckles with black vinegar might fondly evoke home-cooked meals for many (RM15). No wonder this new restaurant remains bustling long after lunchtime on a weekday.

Fatt Kee Roast Duck & Chicken Rice Shop
96G, Jalan Dataran Cheras 5, Cheras Traders Square, Cheras 9 Miles, Selangor. Open Thursday-Tuesday, 11am-8pm.


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12 comments:

  1. Sighhhh!!! My other half does not eat it so we hardly ever go for that. Anyway, the ones here aren't that great, the char siew here too - maybe it is a Cantonese thing and Sibu is a predominantly Foochow town. What's that? Pork knuckles in black vinegar? It looks so good, not like the ones here - very very diluted.

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    1. Suituapui: yeah, i guess cantonese-style cuisine rules in kl - we only occasionally find foochow food in the klang valley, maybe only one in every five neighbourhoods ;)

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  2. Before they opened, I saw some ads for it via FB... gotta go try it!

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    1. Baby Sumo: hopefully you enjoy it - the char siew is surprisingly delicious ;)

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  3. I don't see pork tail with peanuts soup offered usually. I remember my mother-in-law telling me that she boils the soup for children as pork tail makes them grow taller! :D That vinegared pork looked like some curry until you mentioned otherwise.

    I see you've further 'embraced' social media and is now on Facebook and Instagram...congratulations to getting more 'out there'! ;)

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    1. Contact.ewew: ooo, i could have used more of that pork tail soup, since i wouldn't mind being two or three inches taller :) heheh, i've been dragged kicking and screaming into social media - it's definitely not my favourite thing :D

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  4. Can't go wrong with roast meat + rice! :D

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    1. Rebecca: yeah, hopefully that's something we'll continue to enjoy for many years to come ;)

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  5. Your camera is so good that the sharp photos bring the roasted skin to life!! It made me drool and salivate. Thanks to your photography skills.

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    1. Twilight Man: awww, thank you! all credit has to go the camera, cos the photographer (me) actually has below-average skills ;)

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  6. The 4-in-1 combo seem like a worthy order with the portion given is quite decent for the priced charged.

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    1. Choi Yen: yep, you get to try all their roast meat varieties on one plate ;)

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