Sunday, June 14, 2009

Champ's !


Champs BU.. fantastic for the Chee Yoke Fun (Pork Noodles) because ..

The soup tastes like as if, pork and bone and all the meaty bits of the pig, have been boiling for days. Throw in a generous portion of Chee Yar Char (Fried Pork Lard) and what you get is a murky bowl of Pork Noodle that you won't soon forget.


The newest thing on the menu, is the deep fried bacon!

I heart bacon. Bacon should be its own food group:P

Caramelized, crunchy and glazed.. we love this with our beer on a hot, afternoon out.

Champ's Bistro,
Lot F10, 1st Floor, Centrepoint,
Lebuh Bandar Utama, Bandar Utama,
47800 Petaling Jaya, Selangor.
03-7722 5800

Open from 10:00am to 12:00am daily


Chaokar said...

oh dear !
i actually can feel the sweet and crunchy bits of the bacon in my mouth now.

ok! it's my dinner tomorrow.
i find Center Point's got good pork dishes for some reason, i always go there for:

1. the bakkuteteh :: Bak Good Teh
2. pork dishes:: Cagayan, the Filipino restaurant

thule a.k.a leo said...

Eh eh eh...
got new addition to its menu already :)
I love their pork ribs and char koay teow... hahaha!!! Will drop by soon... luckily I live in this area..

fatboybakes said...

i heart bacon too.... and i lurve pork noodles...dang, i think i need some today.

backStreetGluttons said...

Long long ago , he was de numero uno with branches here and there.

Since he dangerously ballooned the bowls and the plates to be bigger than him with galactika prices from heaven we mortals have not been back since.

Maybe it is time. haha

sc said...

never knew of its pork noodles. always thot its famed for those very expensive bowls of prawn noodles..been ages since i went there, even though it's so near my house..time for a revisit?

Life for Beginners said...

All hail Chu Yao Char!!! Someone make a monument for that ASAP! ;)

Lianne said...

I knew I had missed out somewhere, and its CHAMPS! arggggggg ...

loveee their food, consistent and tasty all the time.

Bangsar-bAbE said...

You should try his fried calamari... Damn kau shiok with beer! =D

Brother B said...

you know what? Bernard on the ground floor of Centrpoint serves the BEST chicken rice in town - the chilli is out of the world and portion is generous for like RM10

Sean said...

i like the food here, though my most lasting memory of this place is how my friend and i once got "scolded" (mildly) by the owner (i think) for not being able to finish the prawn mee, cos we had greedily ordered too much... :D

Selba said...

Bacoooonnnn..... *drools*

::. Anton ::. said...

Champ's owner, Richard will be so pleased that you share his passion for the bacon dish. I love his prawn mee! ^_^


Julian Si said...

Agreeed... BACON deserves to be in a group of its own.


J2Kfm said...

read this from Bangsar Babe previously. but stillnot sold on that concept of having pork mee in a bistro setting.

the addition of fried bacons got me salivating though.

Nic (KHKL) said...

definitely hawt pork and prawn noodles. and ribs. one thing i've not tried is the hokkien mee. i heard it's really, really good.

CUMI & CIKI said...

Chaokar, thule:
Yea go try the new stuff on the menu. It's really bacon at its finest i tell ya

i agree. bacon should be its own food group:P

lol, yea richard may be big.. but his portions bigger! lol, on the expensive side i know, but were else to find such massive portions?:P

CUMI & CIKI said...

yea famous for many things, indeed.

eek, so what would the monument look like? some lardy tower of joy ?:)

agree. I like the fact I dont have to sweat like mad, during lunch hour as i drink my pork noodle soup clean.

yea, but lunch time cannot ler.. not just bear la.. even his single malt MacCallan is gr8 with the bacon bits!

CUMI & CIKI said...

Brother B:
really..? never really dined at B's. Only have beer and finger food there.

LOL, big rite the portions?!



CUMI & CIKI said...

ya think..?! ROFL

Lithium said...

I tried those dumplings as well! Mouth watering effect lo!!! :p

Pureglutton said...

Always have their giant bowl of Prawn Mee there. Expensive - yes, but 1 bowl can be shared by 2 ppl - with giant fresh prawns & huge chunks of pork ribs!

ling239 said...

the pork noodle during lunch time is not as good as in the evening when u pay the full price...>.<"

Lyrical Lemongrass said...

I occasionally have cravings for their prawn mee and their tau yu bak. Price is on the high side, but they're generous with their ingredients.

thenomadGourmand said...

ahh..i knew i missed a post somewhr! See woman?? ur posting faster than I can read ;) !

Ohh..jz went the otr day..tried the prawn noodle and yup..its authentic alrite.

CUMI & CIKI said...


i lk that one too!

isn't it all once price now?


drink up woman!