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Ipoh Cendol Wawasan Along Main Road, Bercham

We were on our way to Tesco Extra in Bercham when we stumbled upon a crowd near a petrol station. Then it suddenly dawned upon me that the people there were actually waiting and queuing up for cendol.  I have often heard about this cendol stall here at the main road to Bercham but had not get to taste it before until today.................
We quickly parked our car at the side and joined in the queue...
The cooling breeze today in Ipoh helps to make the waiting easier...
Happily queuing up... took less than 10 minutes....
Cendol Wawasan.....
One Man Show..... 
Some prefer to stand there and drink it... 
But most of them like to packet them home....
But we prefer to be on the spot to drink them... 
Cooling and windy weather today....
Very creamy cendol and a lot of choices to choose from too...
We took the original... just cendol with red beans....
RM3.50 per bowl.... 50 sen more for packing back....
Can pick and choose your own choices...
Jagung, lengkong, pulut, mango and lastly and not least..
Ice Kacang Special...
Next time I gonna try that... 

Comments

  1. Slurppp!!!...nice, my favourite. Gula melaka & santan are the most important ingredients in this bowl of cendol.

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    1. They equal to high cholesterol too.. hahahaa...

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  2. Now I'm craving for some. I prefer the small red beans though... Wahhh!!! Can tahan hold kah? So cold! :D

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    1. Not winter in Ipoh yet.. so can hold a bowl of ice cendol.. the ice is not a lot like those ice kacang one... :)

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  3. No need those additional toppings lah, the original one is best :D

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  4. wow not cheap but the coconut milk looks thick!

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    1. It certainly does... Penang Road one is cheaper, right!

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  5. It looks so creamy and good. But I do not know what is cendol! Some kind of bean or vegetable?

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    1. The green looking thing is called cendol, Ginny..

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    1. Once awhile eat this dessert is fine.. not so often.. hahaa..

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  7. Looking good. I like this dessert. With milk.not coconut milk

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    1. Oh, milk I cannot drink.. but coconut milk is unhealthy, hor...

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  8. Ahhh, my favourite cendol.. Yeah, they usually work very fast on it, so a long queue doesn't mean you have to wait for long, like you said, 10 minutes kaotim liao.. Yeah, now they have macam-macam, with rice somemore, I mean pulut.. I prefer cendol with extra red bean and jagung.. And yes, I prefer to finish them up at the roadside too, no need tapao home la, very sticky sticky one, chi-chi-lap-lap, keke..

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    1. Right.. no need to wash bowl too! hahahaha.. Next time I will try with the jagung.. see nice or not.. pulut is too filling...

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  9. eh queue less than 10 minutes okay mah.

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  10. Wah I miss chendol. The sg type was very different.

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  12. wah!!! nice nice nice!! I want that!! long time never had cendol since the uncle who sell nearby my house no more coming already.. eih?? only cendol no Rojak Passembor?? I thot they are twins hehehe!!!

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  13. I love cendol! So long already never eat :(

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  14. Never heard of Cendol but it seems to be popular

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  15. Which one better, Ipoh or Penang cendol? :)

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  16. nearby my house got one cendol van, pass by it daily but never bother to buy....haha...this cendol is making my slurrrppp again...Nowadays cendol sells at 3.50? abit expensive

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  17. This is my mom's favorite, she always to eat the ingredient then leftover the ice, so then my nieces will always fight to finish the ice together, hahaha!! =]

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  18. This cendol looks like Penang cendol! Does it taste the same or better?

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  19. Cheap and look nice~
    Must travel to Ipoh for good food one day~
    At least can get away from the City of Potholes (a.k.a Kuala Lumpur)

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