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Hawker Food Delights In Taman Perling

FROM JOHOR PREMIUM OUTLET, WE MADE A STOP AT TAMAN PERLING TO HAVE A DOSE OF DESSERTS....  These stalls are only opened on Wednesdays, Saturdays and Sundays, I was told so since it was a Wednesday, we did not want to lose the opportunity to miss eating these delights!  They open around 12 noon and closed around 6pm in the evening depending on their business.

Upon reaching, there were only a few stalls opened, anyway, it did not matter cos what we wanted to eat, they were available...

On a hot weather, this stall was just perfect.... 
We sat right in front of the owner who was busily preparing our orders....
This is grassjelly with dried longans...
aka Leong Fun Mata Kucing...
I was eyeing for this... I was told this is Not to be missed...
Three of us ordered the same dessert...
Bubur Cha Cha Ice....
So creamy and Fattening!
hahahahahaa.....
Along with the desserts, we had Johor Chee Cheong Fun.... 
Comes with sweet sauce and curry....
Can choose our own fish balls and dried beancurd skin...
Also popular is the Kueh Kak... Fried Radish with lots of bean sprouts and eggs!
Must add some chilli for "kicks!"
Yummy Yummy Yum Yum!
Looks very different from Ipoh...
Come this Saturday, we might go there again to try other stalls!




Comments

  1. I LIKE!!! wah, i would be delighted if these food are served in front of me.. love the fried radish cake, the fuchuk of the CCF as well as those refreshing drinks.. iced bubur chacha, but i would like to try that cincau mata kucing instead!! something new to me and it looks so good..

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    1. All also LOVE, right? hahahaa... common interest in terms of Food!

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  2. Ice for me anytime! I will have both the Bubur Cha Cha Ice and longan grass jelly ice!

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  3. The kueh kak looks so good! I like mine done that way, with lots of taugeh and egg. Aiyoh, I miss this!

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  4. My kind of food! I'd go for these anytime, surely a lot nicer, relatively, than those expensive fancy restaurants.

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  5. Wahhhh, am drooling over the kueh kak! I can eat 5 boxes! I seldom can eat kueh kak one la, unless go pasar malam..

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    1. hahahaha.. I think I don't believe you now... 5 boxes... ???!! hahahaha... You are really cute!

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  6. Nice choice. All suits me. Love them heaps.

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  7. very typical street hawker food, the price should be cheaper than the coffee shop, these are the food that we miss sometimes.

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    1. Yes, prices are reasonable... around 4-5rm...

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  8. All yummy! I lover bubur chacha ice!

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    1. Yeah, me too..but cannot see this in Ipoh...

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  9. Everything looked so good. I would need a bowl of cold grasajelly now. Slurp.

    Have a great weekend, Claire.

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  10. Delights indeed! I want the CCF and kueh kak.

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  11. I opposite with you, i will go for coffee, hehe...

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