After dinner at Portuguese settlement, we head back to hotel to park our car and head to Jonker’s street night market. Where this is one of the famous streets everyone in town is talking about.
As it was weekend and the people conquering the streets is like Sparta, most stalls also got people buy, and the people that walking up and down is like morning market + night market + a lot of Singaporean + a lot outstation people = human traffic jam.
Yet we are still quite full from our dinner which is like 75-80% full but then still hiau, wanna try out the food. So when I came across the very first stall is this ‘Nyonya Delights’.
The auntie is enjoying brisk business and I am squeezing in to take my shot and seeing what variety she is having. Quite unique in the shape and flavor itself and ask the rest to share. Every one with one bites.
What I remember is the ‘Nyonya Sri Muka’ is my most preffered compare to the rest.
Usually I get peanut with corn and sometimes angry with egg also.
The stall opposite which looks colorful pulls me to that stall. Hot steaming good for facial yet with the amount of tim sum they are offering, cannot fill in liau. Just skip this stall. Maybe those who have tried can let me know.
Then came across this stall, that the uncle sell left 5-6 pieces of the otak-otak and Karen sapu everything + order additional 100 sticks to tapau back to KL. We asked her is she alright or not. Buying so many to eat. 50 is just enough, she said that can put in fridge and last 1 ma. I think she is going in to winter and need to stock up food for hibernation process.
Then ah Keh pull me along to eat the jap stall which she wanted only to take the picture of the stall, so jap feel but then the pic that I took was blurr didn’t post up..deng!~
Of course I am not eating that, cuz I was seating in front of them in the stalls, I am taking most of the pics I can.