Popiah to suit every palate in Klang


BID farewell to the days of stressing over hefty bills just to eat healthy.

Generous portions of popiah are freshly made to be savoured for low prices at Kim Heong Popiah in Port Klang, Selangor.

Owner Tan Ming Leong spoke with passion about achieving the ideal balance of quality and affordability in every serving.

(Clockwise from top-left) Omelette, bean curd, bean sprouts, sweet sauce, chilli sauce and fried onions are among the classic ingredients found in popiah.(Clockwise from top-left) Omelette, bean curd, bean sprouts, sweet sauce, chilli sauce and fried onions are among the classic ingredients found in popiah.

“Customers’ satisfaction is my priority. I strive to offer fulfilling meals at affordable prices, particularly during this challenging economic period,” he said.

Tan has been selling popiah for nearly six years, continuing his family’s four-generation legacy.

“The business began with my great-grandmother, who created this popiah recipe and sold it in our neighbourhood.

“This tradition continued through my grandmother and mother.

“I vividly recall helping my mother during her time in charge, as we transitioned from selling at home to operating this stall,” he said.

Set F boasts oat-infused popiah wraps filled with a delightful mix of omelette, bean curd, fried onions, bean sprouts, lettuce, Chinese sausage, lard dregs and boiled eggs, all complemented by a blend of sweet and chilli sauces.Set F boasts oat-infused popiah wraps filled with a delightful mix of omelette, bean curd, fried onions, bean sprouts, lettuce, Chinese sausage, lard dregs and boiled eggs, all complemented by a blend of sweet and chilli sauces.

While remaining true to the original recipe, Tan said he had made slight adjustments to cater to modern preferences.

“The focus is on health in this diet-conscious era.

“One notable innovation is the oat-infused popiah wrap, inspired by my mother’s idea to enhance both flavour and nutritional content.

“I have also reduced sweetness and saltiness to provide healthier alternatives,” he said.

There are eight popiah sets, priced from RM3 to RM5, with set F standing out as the crowd favourite for its ingredient lineup.

“Set F features oat-infused popiah wraps as the base, layered with freshly prepared omelette, bean curd, fried onions, bean sprouts, green coral lettuce, Chinese sausage, lard dregs and boiled eggs, enveloped in a blend of sweet and chilli sauces.

“Those desiring the traditional recipe can opt for Set A, which includes a classic combination of omelette, bean curd, bean sprouts, green coral lettuce and fried onions, layered with sweet and chilli sauces on the popiah wrap,” he said.

Alongside his popiah selection, Tan also offers Bubur Cha Cha, featuring sweet potato, yam and jelly, priced at RM3.50 per pack and RM4 per bowl.

Kim Heong Popiah has expanded its presence to other Klang locations including Taman Chi Liung on Mondays and Wednesdays, Meru on Thursdays and Sentosa on Fridays.

Each branch operates with varying opening hours.

The Port Klang stall, which is located at No.89, Jalan Besar Pandamaran, is open from 11.30am to 2.30pm on weekdays (except Tuesdays) and from 11.30am to 4.30pm on weekends.

For further enquiries, call 012-266 9250.

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