Saturday, March 20, 2010

Lim Keng Guan Dried Meat (Unminced) - Ipoh

The one good thing about Lim Keng Guan Dried Meat is the use of a whole piece of pork. It is then sliced into thin slivers (exaggeration here) and BBQed. The slices is even thinner than the minced meat counterpart.

There are 3 simple reasons in my preference for the former. Whole rather than minced meat taste better as there is no chance for adulteration with lower quality cuts. The texture is better. Minced meat slices tend to be lumpy, rough and breaks up unnaturally when eaten. And finally, minced meat version is sliced into thicker pieces or else it will not be able to hold up on its own.
LKG Dried Meat is full-bodied in taste, the texture is excellent and the unprocessed meat structure is perfect. The only drawback - is t is a bit too sweet but on the bright side LKG used less oil than usual. 7.5/10.
The minced version was also quite devoid of oil. But I was given stock that was not top quality. It may be old stock. So I did not really enjoy this.
Address: Lim Keng Guan Food Supplies S/B
No. 19, Jln Raja Musa Aziz (Anderson Road), 30300 Ipoh, Perak
05-255 0470
(There is another going by the same name in Jalan Sultan Iskandar aka Hugh Low St. I thought they are one and the same. Both are equally good. Same row with the Police Station Curry Noodles but about 15 shops away.)

Products: Dried Pork, Dried Beef, Dried Fish, Pork, Chicken and Fish Floss, Sausage, Sambal Roll and all kinds of dried meat with chili.

5 comments:

MODERN ROBINSON CRUSOE said...

Wow, the art of choosing a bak gua :-)

Life for Beginners said...

See, this is why I love Malaysian barbecued/dried meat (bak kwa/long yoke) - it's much thinner than the Macanese version and the texture is just that much better. :)

CUMI & CIKI said...

fast and effective! in between two slices of wholemeal, salad leaves, is the best way to eat this. picks me up and gives me NRG!

thenomadGourmand said...

I love bak kua but i do worry abt the fat levels ;p
So this plc only in Ipoh?
My choice of bak kua for the whole of Klang Valley is Sun Wing Heong in SS2.
But i havet tried this yet..

Vincent said...

I had tried and true enough, taste very good.