It is only after some online research that I discovered Kenny’s Food Cart. I was feeling a little under the whether and my throat was killing me. There literally was nothing I could eat and enjoy painlessly besides porridge but where?? WHERE was the question of the hour. Where can I get some good, tasty porridge?? Hence the online research.
So, when I looked up online for good porridge in the area, this eatery was mentioned. Their porridge were apparently awesome. Kenny’s Food Cart has been around since 2017. Prior to a proper physical restaurant in Aman Suria, they operated from a stall, in Taman Bahagia for 20 + years. Well, for an F&B business to last as long as these guys do, that ought to tell you something, right?? Perhaps they really are good?
** While they are famous for their porridge, it is NOT the ONLY item on their menu. They also serve noodles and rice.
Signature ‘Teng Chai Chuk’, 9 ringgit
Well, if all porridges were as yummy as this, having sore throat isn’t all a downer. I liked it lots. While sitting and waiting for food to arrive, I was looking around to see what others have ordered and I noticed at least one item on many of the tables were porridge. For the life of me, I couldn’t understand why. Why eat porridge when you aren’t sick? I have not tasted yummy ones for ages, what I usually get are the watery, almost tasteless kind. So, whylah?
When my porridge arrived though, it looked good. I was pleasantly surprised. As you can see from the images above – the porridge itself was thick and topped with fried anchovies + minced chicken + spring onions + fish cakes + peanuts. Oooo I liked the taste as well as the different textures I got when I mixed up all the ingredients in the bowl. The crunchyness from the peanuts and the anchovies, the distinct flavors from spring onions, the chewy bits of minced meat and fish cakes, it was a delightful addition to the porridge.
Cantonese Style Loh See Fun, 8.50 ringgit
Ooooo yum! Another yummy dish. I cant say I’ve had this particular dish with this thick of a noodle before. Yes, the noodles are usually short and thick but the ones here were thicker. I liked it, different but niceeee. The dish also came with minced meat, chicken, fried onions, spring onions, egg and etc. The soupy gravy was da bomb. The distinct taste of Chinese wine was more evident here – pleasant and not overwhelming. Yummy.
Would I head back here?
Ooooo yes, I totally would. Food was good. Burp!
Address: G – 11, Jalan PJU 1/43, Aman Suria, Petaling Jaya
Opening hours: Mondays – Saturdays, 11.30 am – 2.30 pm , 6 pm – 10 pm.
Signing out now, Ciao.