Champ’s Bistro @ Centre Point, Bandar Utama

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    We made another pit stop to CentrePoint BU on a no-idea-where-to-eat-day, there were so many upscale yet casual cafe around, but we settled for Champs’ Bistro after some time of loitering around.

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    The hall of fame with various press coverage; it seems like Champ’s Bistro has been a reputable establishment for some years now and while it has always produced fantastic prawn noodles and pork noodles. Eager curiosity took over so we decided to go for the two most signature dish that we found on almost every table.

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    ‘Damn Shiok’ Hokkien Prawn Mee (RM18.90++). RM 20 for a bowl of prawn noodles? We are not crazy as the oodles of noodles garnished with crispy shallots come in a gigantic bowl. A generous portion of kangkung, big fresh water prawns, shrimps, lards, pork slices and even pork ribs is served.

    The broth is well flavoured and has a right amount of consistency. Fighting the temperature to gulp it down, I happily sipped the soup till the last drop.

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    The succulent, juicy and sweet prawn is shining gloriously. It is very considerate of them to deshelled the prawns so that I can savour it in a lady-like manner, a grande bourgeoise I am. Haha.

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    Another crazy dish, the Chu Yuk Fun aka Pork Noodle selling at RM16.90++. Minced pork, slabs of pork ribs, pork slices, liver and intestine come in abundance that the noodles were no where in sight. I am not exaggerating because eventually a big eater like KampungBoy is having a hard time to finish it off. The freshness of the ingredients has definitely enhance the flavour of the clear soup, giving a natural sweetness to it.

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    Champ’s Bistro is not your average corner bistro that serves only booze and finger food. The total bill comes to RM 50++ with extra order of drinks, albeit comes in a higher price, the food is of great quality and huge portion. Do drop by for some unusual hawker fare food or bistro food.

    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

    See also: http://kampungboycitygal.blogspot.com/2007/09/cagayan-centre-point-bu.html

    14 Comments

    • Jackson says:

      aiyo…so many ppl talking about thier super expensive but delicious pork meat noodle!! I should check them out soon!!!!

      Pork meat noodle king

    • rokh says:

      been there once long ago but did not try their signature dishes. how can! will go again someday :)

    • wmw says:

      I was telling Tankiasu before, the pork ribs in my prawn mee was so big till I got scared eating it. I have not been back since then and that was like 6 years ago!!!

    • team bsg says:

      At one time yeara ago this fella had a few shops here and there but his attitude then was well , cocky and crude so we thought !

      then this type of pricing can only attract a certain type of ppl probably what we call ‘one timer’ only !
      hahaha

      we prefer his bro downstairs tho, also got good food ( & gals , but quite old ones lah ) LOL

    • Paprika says:

      OMG!! Champ’s is still around?! I was just reminiscing about it last week! How weird! I used to go to the one in Bangsar ALL THE TIME!! Wonder if it its still as good as always. LOVE the prawn mee with pork ribs…. Mmmm thanks for the post! I’m going to go check it out!!

    • Xiu Long Bao says:

      yea…agree with u strongly dat the prawn mee is darn shiok! Cant stop slurping the flavourful stock. I tried their baby pork ribs, 2 person shared one full rack, at first we were horrified by the giant portion but hey, we managed to wallop each n every edible bits :p

    • ~Christine~Leng says:

      the juicy giant prawn! so tempting!
      the prawn noodle looked curry to me ;P but from the look of it I’m pretty sure you’re not disappointed with the taste rite ;P haha

    • Tummythoz says:

      Used to crave for its prawn mee. Since discovering many other places serving good ones, I’m now turned off by the price here. =(

    • jason says:

      The price sounds “crazy” but it seems like worth the price.

    • daphne says:

      sounds expensive but I supposed the portion size + location + delish factor counts for it. the soup looks amazing!

    • teckiee says:

      hm… dont know u all notice or not.. but the place smells weird one lo

    • KampungboyCitygal says:

      jackson: yeah haha..not cheap but comes in big portion

      rokh: haha really? maybe the other food r nice as well

      wmw: whoa..so long..yeah it was reli huge

      team: haha the boss has that harsh look

      paprika: i think its still very good :) haha ur welcome

      xlb: whoa u 2 can really eat wo hahaha

      christine: yeah it has a very nice broth

      tummy: haha yeah theres a lot of nice prawn mee, but no doubt this has the biggest portion

      jason: very huge le

      daphne: wait till u come back :)

    • mama bok says:

      If it’s good.. i really donch mind paying for it. Imagine i have to pay like 33$ for a plain beef hor fun.! that took an hour to cook.. :(

    • Bernsy says:

      anyone tried their “much talked about” pork ribs ?

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