Pasar malam used to be one of my favourite past time during college day’s and was looking for my friend at Sri Petaling so I asked him go where makan he suggest pasar malam. Stim~~~~
Thinking back in college days, me and my housemate will each take out RM15 then one person will carry the cash all night long. What ever we come across in that stall, just buy only 1 and share by the 3 of us. It is like I 1 mouth, you 1 mouth and the other guy 1 mouth. Our culture is as we walk we eat and see. Lol. Those were the days~~
As I walked around, then find this stall like got raided by lots of people.‘Curry Fish Ball’
But I manage to open my leg kang kang
and ask them all go away…let me take my pic..lol
!! Just so coincidence when I reached it was only us. So manage to take pic of the stall and it is very cheap!~!~!~
RM 1 per stick! Sial betul. If compare to the one I ate in HK of course its like heaven and earth.
This is what the ah pek explained to me. ‘Boy, you want very spicy or non spicy’ (feel happy, call me boi)From left to right, [Very Spicy], [Tomyam], [Spicy] and [Non Spicy-Black Pepper]
I only grab 2 cuz my friend don want. Celaka!!!! So I grab the very spicy which is I found it not as spicy as he mention, and black pepper totally not my type.
Food rating 6.5/10 , Okay ~ -Stamped-
Then came by this stall, ‘Char Koey Teow‘
and seems like having very good business, so early yet the tables are all occupied and he was so busy goreng’ing
so try loh
~ The uncle also like to take pic, got distracted when I was taking him goreng’ing
Now is is paying full attention on it as I was making sure he cooked mine properly.
When it got served I was abit
shocked as I got charged RM4
and keep looking where is my prawn. Then the uncle told me that if I want prawn need to inform them. I was like ‘huhhhh
‘!! Feel that it is kinda pricey
with all the si
ham they give me and I don really eat Si Ham…aiii
The food was well friend. Not bad. Just that if he fried the koay teow dry abit would be perfect.
Food rating 7/10 , Good ~ -Stamped-
ha…this is one of my very favourite stall for ‘Tong Sui’. Forgot to take the pic of the stall cuz
it was taken by my friend as he wanted to play with my camera. I thought he did take the whole thing but turns out to be the sign board only. aiii
..I forgot to check.
Then there is one guy that asking how is the business from the auntie as the young guy also planing to open a desert shop. The advice from the aunt was go tour around in Taiwan then you try what ever food you are interested then collaborate with them. The funny thing was, ‘Aiyooo, I tell you, if you open this kind of stall in a mall, bankrupt also got your share loh. Like this 1 better, can travel around and more ppl keen on it. Mall high class ppl where can enjoy.’ Lol
Located directly opposite The Store supermarket.
This is my all time favourite which is ‘Taufufa with Tong Yuen‘
2 pieces of black sesame and 2 with peanuts. RM 3.50
Then comes to this super geng
stall, which is from far far far far far…you can smell the smell of it already. Which is ‘Smelly Taufu‘
The same, got rape by a group of people in buying the smelly taufu
. My friend is the last person in the line in green t-shirt. My best friend Chris. I was amaze on how good the business was as the person in front of me bought 75 pieces. I was thinking, ‘Wah lau
, this guy having pesta
smelly taufu ka
I am only a small eater so I just bought 4 for RM2.40.
Food rating 10/10 , Good Ah~ -Stamped-
Located opposite The store supermarket. just directly opposite each other of the Hong Kong Sago Loh.
As said on the sign board. ‘Aroma Across a thousand Miles’
It sure do look plain, but then the best part is, it is as smelly as the pasar tong sampah, It is either you like it or you hate it. Durian style. Of course the best part is you eat, then you try to have a passionate or wild kiss with your bf/gf..sure very high~..hahaha.. This is what I have down to my smelly taufu. Hantam everything in there on what they have given to me.
Enjoying my taufu. Damm, it is just so hot. But than again, cannot compare to the 1 I ate in Hong Kong. The aroma is stronger and taste much nicer as it put with ‘sweet sauce and their custom made chili sauce. For Malaysian version its consider not bad.
Food rating 8/10 , Good Ah~ -Stamped-
Then I ate half way, suddenly this uncle caught my attention, where he come from la, from INDIA? can just put the whole stack of newspaper on top of his head without falling down like those ppl in India putting what ever they can put on their head.
It was a satisfactory meal with some walk and walk. Just that, celaka Chris did not eat along.
-WARNING –This is based on my individual taste. Try it at your own risk-