LOL Since THOUSAND years ago I said I would blog about food post . But then.... HAHAHA. So now, I really want to recommend you one of the Hokkien food I like. Let's see the photo directly first.Back with food post~*
A damn big different.
LOL It is Char Pek Kueh. In English, it can be called friend rice stick. Now you know why did I write so many Kueh as topic. Kueh are bite-sized snack or dessert foods commonly found in Indonesia, Malaysia, Singapore as well as the Southern China provinces of Fujian and Canton. It is a thin stick which usually made from rice or glutinous rice. and very chewable. I just couldn't stop chewing because it was like a bubble gum @@
Thanks Mr.Google again~
Are you serious... Aiyo, I must proved that I did eat it before (excuseSSS)
Sorry guys, it was almost finished when I took the photo ((
This is called Fried Tapioca Flour Noodles, another food that must be tried. It will satisfy your pity stomach hehehe... The price of the food is about RM10++.
Long-winded too much. I forgot to tell you the location of the restaurant.
It is located in Old Klang Road. Address: No112, Batu 4.5, Jln Klang Lama, Kuala Lumpur.Business Hours: 11.30am-3.00am, 6.00pn-10.00pm
It is a no-named restaurant but they did put the all-time-featured food which is Fried Tapioca Flour(炒薯粉) as the significant sign. Besides, it is hiding behind the main street and near to SJK(C) Choong Wen.
Next time I will really take all of the photos using a better camera & act like a
pro photographer. (Those were taken by my pity
phone :O) So that you wont EWwwww again when reading my blog. :PP In the end,
it was my first time to try these food because I couldn't find it within my
hometown. Maybe you ate it thousand times before...So what? I think I stimulate
your stomach already... Hungry?! (ngek