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Learn about this biscuit shop through some IPOH bloggers and I went there to get some special biscuits for my blogger friends.... After trying out a few choices myself, I only like the type with lotus plus meat floss heong pian (biscuit). Sorry, I didn't take a picture of that... but from the Eugene's feedback, it was superdelicous... I agree with him, Andy loves it too, so paying a bit more for one packet is worth it.. once awhile... :p






these kaya puffs are best eaten fresh...
one or 2 days later, they turn soft...


there are assorted biscuits here too..
u can buy 100gm each of everything here.. LOL...
btw, cookies, biscuits.. same same.. right?

Comments

  1. Oops not sure this is Penang or Ipoh? You mentioned Ipoh bloggers and Eugene from Penang sorry I'm in between think "sitting" somewhere in Taiping. Only know "loh-poh pian" is famous in Ipoh. Wow fresh 'Kaya puffs' looking good.

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  2. Old school biscuits:) Some r nice but they can't be found in SG anymore...

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  3. Hahaa... my favourite is the meat floss with the lotus paste one also!! It's called 'xiu ba wong' I wanna go buy some now!!

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  4. cookies? Biscuits? not the same......those biscuits remind me of my childhood. hahha!

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  5. Cheah, cheah.. me ipoh nang, eugene penang nang.. u KL nang? IPoh has many famous biscuits.. food.. drinks.. but no hot spots only.. :p


    kelvin: u from singapore? yeah, i think sooner or later this shop also no more.. :)


    agnes: oh, i dont know what it was called until now.. i asked for lotus and meat floss biscuits..


    rose: biscuits/cookies not same? i think Malaysia call them biscuits and US side call them cookies.. :P

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  6. so much biscuits and cookies:) thanks for dropping by:) see you around:)

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  7. I like Ipoh eh "Low Poh Peng", the one with hard and crispy type.

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  8. teJan: yes, lots of assorted biscuits around...

    amy: Loe por, Loe Koong also got nowadays.. a bit spicy ones on the loe por is nicer..

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  9. Eng tha, juang lah..[teow chew dialect] easy going..

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  10. cheah, lu teochiew nang? wa si ah.. but tar no good ah.. haahaha...

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  11. i would love the fresh kaya puffs..

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  12. I love the Kaya puff... my fav!!!

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  13. the kaya puffs looks good wor..maybe i should get it when im in Ipoh..the shop near where??

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  14. wenn: yes, nice if eaten fresh..


    CathJ: put in microwave oven, let it ting 1 min, i think will be nicer..


    Mandy: there is another shop eng sin heong, if i m not mistaken, along the old foh san dim sum, that one is famous for its kaya puff... call me when u come to ipoh next trip..


    Sjb: lots of assorted biscuits in ipoh .. :)

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  15. if am there, i will sapu all the kaya puffs and the biscuits *yummy*

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  16. I ate the ones with meat floss and lotus paste in my hotel room in SP - real nice! The other two that you gave me - I have not tried yet! Thanks so much for those you gave me, Claire. Come over to Sibu - my treat next!!!

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  17. War...the shop itself looks very old already. Then the containers are very..."ancient". :p

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  18. 2ma: buy a bit of everthing.. 100gm also can one...


    STP: eugene told me his wife also fancy that.. something different, i only got to know about that recently.. call me ipohian!! malu nia..


    tekkaus: yes, those containers high class man.. now no more such as those.. during my toddler days also like this already.. and that was.. how many decades ago!!! lol..

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  19. oh i've seen this shop..but can't remember the road's name. i think there are many of these shops in ipoh huh? used to go there when i was a kid :D the biscuits are making me so hungry now.

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  20. barb: it is along hugh low street, jalan sultan iskandar now known as.. opposite the hakka mee shop called Paris..

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  21. erm, the lotus paste with meat floss biscuits are my outstation friend's favourite.
    now he's addicted!
    it's a little pricey though, esp those with salted egg yolk.

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  22. j2kfm: yes, i also think the same, a bit pricey for 12.. i prefer those without the salted eggs.. something different at least.. i like the puffs with the tambun type of fillings too, bought in yee hup.. but very fast sold out one..

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  23. oh i sure heard of the kaya puff in ipoh before.. they are tiny bites sizes... very nice to eat! the kaya isn't too sweet bu yet the kaya fragrant is good. oh i do so miss it haha.

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  24. LV: do come by next time and have a bite again... :p

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  25. Where is this shop that sells the lotus and meat floss? It is half half one right?

    My aunty told me about it some time back...she says near the market but till today I cannot find it!

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  26. no..Ann, this shop is along hugh low street, near the police station new town office...opposite the hakka mee shop.. near Beauty supermarket ....

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  27. I used to eat lots of biscuits last time. But now no more, cos biscuits expand the waistline just like bread and cakes! No! no! No!

    The only biscuits I take now are Jacob's crackers. Bland but that's how I like it now : )

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  28. But I love the Bidor's chicken biscuit - so delicious! And the beh teh saw from Penang's Him Heang - heavenly.

    Kaya puffs? Wow! long long time never eat that already. Drooling thinking about it : )

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