June 8, 2016 Kuala Lumpur



“Beansprout Chicken Rice”, which is one of the famous Ipoh, Perak local delicacy eatery taken since nearly decade ago.  Recently being frequently practised and to be found available everywhere, also favourites among locals Malaysian nowadays.  Here in Cheras, Kuala Lumpur we found and recognised one of the best beansprout chicken rice specialist Sister Cheng serving her recipes in “Taman Bukit Anggerik”.

The Perak originated Madam Yoon Yoke Cheng who born in year 1960, was the founder and together with husband Mr. Cheong Shin Chong (born 1959) both are the immediate owners of the well known recognised “Taman Bukit Anggerik Food Corner” at Cheras introducing most of their home recipe menus, especially the great response Beansprout Chicken Rice to the locals and visitors under a roof.


Madam Yoon Yoke Cheng or known Sister Cheng, was formerly under-employed as Factory Worker, all the while having great interest in eatery and chefing initially stepped into the f&b industry at her age of 31 years old in 1991 running her roasted mix food stall at Bukit Bintang, Kuala Lumpur for a year before moved to Cheras.

While in year 1992, Sister Cheng began her roasted mix and economic rice roadside food stall at Taman Bukit Anggerik, Cheras for another more than 10 years there.  With the positive response from the market and in order to expose further in the career, Sister Cheng established her “Taman Bukit Anggerik Food Corner” with husband Cheong Shin Chong who was grown up in a f&b family serving their hakka yong tau foo recipes in year 2014.  Then introducing their Ipoh Beansprout Chicken Rice in year 2015, and being recognised after a year in 2016.

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In this Sister Cheng’s food corner, the founder’s first top recommended in menus surely will be their Boiled Chicken (Ipoh Beansprout Chicken Rice).  Local feeded chicken to be selected, boiled about half an hour, served in fine cutted pieces and topped poured onto in-house soy sauce mixture made from 2 ingredients combination brings fantastic boiled chicken you must try.  Taken sided with their homemade ginger paste and chilli sauce paste will be the best matching in town.

Secondly will be their Boiled Ipoh Beansprout, which cannot be seperated when taking Ipoh Chicken Rice.  Fresh beansprout all the way from Ipoh, Perak boil-cooked in seconds, then served poured onto their in-house soy sauce mixture you cannot aside.  Especially the bites texture into mouth.  Of course a set of Ipoh Beansprout Chicken Rice cannot left out a plate of hot boiled “yellow rice” which cooked with ginger, pandan leaf and garlic.

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Another signature recommended in the food corner will be their Ipoh Kueh Teow Soup, which among the restaurant’s top seller.  Ipoh’s fine flat rice noodles (hor fun) selected, cooked in soup base boiled hours with ikan bilis, prawn shell and chicken bones, then finally served topped with their boiled chicken pieces and fresh shrimp you will never regret after tasted.

Nonetheless, the owners also taken the opportunity to introduce their best favourites side order selection, the “Meat Ball Soup” which can be seen almost on every single table in the food corner you cannot missed when stepped into this “Taman Bukit Anggerik Food Corner” at Taman Bukit Anggerik, Cheras.





Address: No. 1351B/1,

Jalan 34/154,

Taman Bukit Anggerik,

56000 Kuala Lumpur.


Business Hours: 12:00pm to 9:30pm (Daily)

(Closed on Alternate Thursday)


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