Friday, August 14, 2009


My mum bought these delicious pau (Chinese buns) from Hai Yew Heng on her Leisure & Learn One day trip to Tanjung Sepat with her church members.

Sang Yok pau (Pork bun) with no marking-is their top seller-the bun was light and fluffy -filled with half a boiled egg and well flavored tender and moist minced pork and fats-Rm2/.

Famous Hainan's Mui Choy pau (preserved Chinese mustard bun) with a single red marking-the soft and leafy chopped Mui Choy was well braised with slivers of Pork-interesting mix of textures and flavors-Rm1.80/.

Choy pau (Vegetarian bun) with a red flower marking-was filled with well braised coarsely chopped Sengkuang (Turnip)-with a hint of sweetness in it-Rm1.10/.

Location:405, Jalan Pasar,
Tanjung Sepat, Selangor,


SimpleGirl said...

mui choy pau is not easily available nowadays...miss it so much

FOODnTRAVELla said...

I'd been to Tg Sepat with a group of friends. This coffee shop is famous for mui choy pau and its worth the long queue to buy and tasted this awesome pau.

Lori Lynn said...

foodbin! your comment on my blog was so apropos, I just looked into red yeast rice for cholesterol benefits! today! really!
P.S. thanks for all your comments and support. and the buns sound delicious.

foodbin said...

SGirl-quite rare.
FTravella-good eh!
Lori Lynn-you are welcome!

J2Kfm said...

yeah, this was featured in a food guide apparently.
though slightly out of the way lah ... if only there's such outlet here.

550ml jar of faith said...

The mui choy pau brings back a flood of warm memories!! I don't know how I'm ever going to find my way to Tg Sepat for this, but I will!