People Can't Decide If The Food Or Cook Looks More Delicious At Viral Klang Thai Stall

We spoke to the handsome stud and he apologised for not always being at the stall.

Cover image via Klang 巴生 (Facebook)

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A stall in Klang has gained quite a bit of attention for selling one of Thailand's popular dishes – khao kha moo – flavourful braised pork leg that comes with rice and egg

It looks delicious.

However, it appears that people's mouths have not just been drooling over the dish...

'Stalker' photos of the stall's cook went viral recently in a Klang community Facebook group.

The Facebook post has been shared over 5,400 times since Friday, 8 April. 

Here are some of the cheeky comments in the post:

"I want to eat both."

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"Aiya, suddenly feel like Klang is so near."

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"Is he selling meat or selling 'meat'?"

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"The braised pork leg rice here looks solid.""

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Of course, what the Internet wants, the Internet finds

In the comments section, the Facebook group admin discovered that the cook's name is Vincent Ngah.

The stall is actually one of six branches at different kopitiams around Malaysia, serving the same Thai pork knuckle dish and Ngah said that he owns some of the outlets.

The 25-year-old told SAYS that he used to be a full-time personal trainer before he started running this business

Due to the pandemic lockdowns, gyms were closed and he was forced to find another source of income.

He apologised to those who previously came to the stall to see him but were not able to, as he shared that he doesn't stay at one outlet for too long. He explained that he is often occupied with buying ingredients, preparing the food, and delivering the pork knuckles.

On top of that, Ngah still works as a part-time personal trainer at the moment.

According to its Facebook page, the stall has sold over 30,000 pig trotters within the first eight months of its opening.

Many customers review that the portion is huge while the flavour is authentic to the ones in Thailand.

If you want to try it for yourself, these are Bangkok Khao Kha Moo's outlets

68, Jalan Resak 1/KS7,
Bandar Botanik, 41200 Klang

Opening hours:
4pm – 10.30pm

2548, Persiaran Raja Muda,
41100 Klang

Opening hours:
5pm – 10.30pm

38, Jalan Ramin 2/ KS 7
Bandar Botanic 41200, Klang

Opening hours:
8am – 2.30pm

4. Restaurant K2
28, Jln Aman Sinaria 9, Bandar Tropicana Aman,
42500 Telok Panglima Garang, Kuala Langat, Selangor

Opening hours:
9am – 7.30pm

5. Garden Food Point
2, Jln Rodat 4/KU5, Bandar Bukit Raja,
41050 Klang, Selangor

Opening hours:

6. Yee Xiang Food Court
492 Jalan Remia 4 Bandar Botanic,
41200 Klang Selangor

You can also now order from the stalls on foodpanda.

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