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King Of Fruits At SS2, Petaling Jaya

Immediately after the ginger fragrant sweet potatoes "tongsui", I was whisked to another destination for a stopover... I was so happy when I reached here.... quickly got down to see what and how to go about it... There are a few stalls to choose from and we went to the last one around the corner... 
 Enjoying to the fullest!
So what shall I do now.... 
To order straight from the vendor...
OR
 To choose from these "already packed" ones here on the table?
RM25 for one box and RM50 for 3 boxes...
What a gimmick!
So ended up buying 3 boxes....
Yes, She bought.. not me!
Just look at these beauties!
Aren't they beautiful.... ???
And that includes the one who is holding them too!
How sweeeeeeeet!
Mama Kucing, no need to arrange them so nicely .
It's time to put them into our mouths!
YEHHHH!!!!


Comments

  1. Like that no syiok one must eat fresh from the shell only got umph..haha

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    1. Is it? But this one can see siap siap... and perhaps cheaper also? :)

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  2. How come dont order straight from the vendor, sit there n eat, shiok shiok, hehe...

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  3. Ummm....got seeds removed ones or not? Eat with spoon, fingers will not be smelly. Hehehehehe!!!!!

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    1. Oh, you reminded me.. last time I ate using chopsticks! That time I was with the Kucing family too.. hahaha...

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  4. Too good to resist. If me, I would buy ready packed ones too, saves the trouble of opening.

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    1. The vendor would open there and then too but I think it would be more costly... I guess la..

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  5. This is the SS2 durian stall that I always go to eat durians! Yummy yummy! So nice of Mamarazzi to treat you to loads of durians.

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    1. Yes, indeed I am so grateful to them... really satisfying!

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  6. What is Small Kucing's pose? What is he doing? :D

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    1. er... Perhaps his mom should be able to decipher that pose action.. hahaha..

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  7. I always passed by this stall whenever go SS2, really so good ar?

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    1. Just get ready to empty the wallet.. if no good, they wont charge you gua...

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  8. Oohh I would buy 3 for RM50 too, haha.. Nice strategy.. Eh you 'yau jiu sik dou hak' (morning eat til nite), got gain weight mou?

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    1. Actually.. makan trip started only after 1pm.. and I was home by 7pm... within 6 hours.. and I dare not even stand on the weighing machine till today! hahahaa...

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  9. I used to go for their "premium durian buffet" which is RM 25 instead of the usual RM 10/12/13. They'll serve up durians like XO, D24, Trakka, Udang Merah etc - basically everything except Musang King. The normal buffet just serves up regular kampung durians or D24.

    I prefer to get the fruits myself and then ask them to open it before buying, which they also use these large plastic containers for - it can be much more expensive though coz they charge by kg (since you choose the fruit yourself) but RM 25 per box isn't very cheap either.

    Glad you enjoyed it though, I've had many good memories of eating there although I seldom go now coz it's so far away now that I've moved.

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    1. I was thinking of the RM25 buffet too.. but that day, the promosi was not there.. yes, if buy one box RM25 is a bit steep.. if 3 boxes.. then it is more reasonable..

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    2. Yup...we went for the Premium durian buffet too last time but that was quite sometime ago. RM15/person. Too bad this round not enough durian and they dont have buffet.

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    3. Oh, that must be the reason... wait till another durian season first then.. more to come!! :)

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  10. durians again!! haha.. so i have to say "No, thank you" again lah.. but it's so nice seeing all the happy faces in the photos when it comes to durian, especially Small Kucing's Mamarazzi, hehe!! :p

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    1. We are durian lovers!! Yes, there are many who are turned off by the smell... wonder why it is so... I am still wondering... hahahaa...

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  11. oh.. i've never tried it... looks like a real treat for me!

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  12. After all that food can still wallop durians? hee..hee..

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    1. Not only durians... another one more place to go before we called it a day! hahahaa..

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  13. Really syioklah! Makan non-stop!

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  14. a bit pricey but since season going to be over, hentam la...asal puas hehehe

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    1. Yea la!!!... *cakap besar cos bukan I yang bayar!* hahahahaa..

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  15. wahh...am jeles la...someone having nice durian wor....

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