Wednesday, June 3, 2009


Today I went to Chinatown in Petaling Street, Kuala Lumpur for a walkabout.

I bought some freshly grilled Bacon slices as gift for a friend from a stall named Loong Kee. It is situated at the corner of Jalan Hang Lekir and Jalan Sultan.The grilled Bacon slices was well marinated, sweet and very addictive with each bite. No wonder their tag line is "Try it, you'll love it"

As it was around Tea time I bought 3 Curry puffs from a stall named Old Lim Curry Puff, beside a Food court to go with a cup of Milk Tea.

Curry puff-is a popular savory puff , with a unique twirl top and shape-with fillings like Curry Chicken, cubed Potatoes and hard boiled Egg-usually deep fried-the crust was flaky but the fillings was salty-Rm1.30/piece.

This stall owner aka Tea King preparing a cup of Milk Tea for me.

Milk Tea-was made using Tea dust-with added evaporated milk-came piping hot and was smooth and flavorful- Rm2/cup.

Location: Stall No:363,
Jalan Hang Lekir,
Kuala Lumpur.


EatTravelEat said...

Wow, the curry puff is so full with the ingredients! In my area they are not as full looking or as freshly made with so many different ingredients. I've never had potatoes or a boiled egg in a curry puff before.

The milk tea looks really good! I would like to have some right now. It is cold in CA right now.

SimpleGirl said...

wow, the curry puff has got lots of ingredients,,,lovely!!!!

Little Inbox said...

I like this type of curry puff with hard-boil egg added.

New Kid on the Blog said...

Hmmm.... time to have a bite on curry puff... :)

CK Lam said...

Now I know what to buy in that area :)

Duckie said...

curry puff looks good and puffy!!!

Selba said...

Curry puff... I miss curry puff!!

mimid3vils said...

I've tried those grilled bacon, a good snack when watching TV, can eat non-stop~~ :P

foodbin said...

ETEat-curry puff and tea was the right combination.
Sgirl/LInbox/NKOTB/Duckir/Selba-yes the curry puff was fulfilling.
Cklam-try Sze Ngan Chai-ngap keok pau (wrapped duck feet) a rare delicacy of Petaling Street.
mimid3vils-the grilled bacon is a good addictive snack.

Tan.wiratchada said...

I like curry puffs and the ingredients filling very interesting. I love milk tea with the tea cup style.;)

The Travelling Foodie said...

Thats my favourite curry puff stall. I can have curry puff for teatime everyday. There's a stall in Amcorp Mall thats run by a Malay lady during the weekends. Her curry puffs are also tasty and has egg in it. Worth trying.