I found Ming Heong by pure accident. We were hanging out at the Sunday night market (pasar malam) at Paramount and saw this hawker stall with quite a good amount of patrons. Not only that, the smell coming from Ming Heong’s kitchen were pure wonderment. So we decided to give Ming Heong a try.
There is no English menu. The only menu is this white board menu written in Chinese.
What we ordered on our second trip there:
Mixed vegetables. Look normal but taste very good because of the wok hei.
Fried eggs with big onions. Another dish with very good wok hei. I love fried eggs with big onions. 🙂
Steamed garoupa with ginger. Delicious.
We saw many people order this – signature pork spare ribs. Indeed it was very good. Love the sauce.
Total bill came to RM80.00 including rice and Chinese tea. Definitely not cheap ya.
We tried Ming Heong twice so far. Both time were very satisfying. Next round, I’ll order kangkong belacan, sweet and sour pork and hot plate tofu. FYI, the cook is a Hokkien cook.
As are with many hawker stalls, they don’t usually look appetizing. Neither is this one BUT if you can overlook this matter, you’ll be presented with yummy food to satisfy your taste bud and tummy!
Ming Heong 明香
Note: Ming Heong is located at a row of hawker stalls behind Giant’s parking lot and opposite Restoran Paramount. Seng Fatt.