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  • Sweet Apom stall @ Jalan Helang, Bandar Puchong Jaya


    Some snacks for tea time? Besides fried banana fritters and kuih muih, maybe sweet apom?

    Apom - Indian version of pancake, which is quite similar to the Chinese version. Apom pancake is very thin and crusty at the side and the middle filling is slighty thicker and soft and is normally prepared using a small wok or a claypot.

                                    

                                        Sweet Apom stall @ Jalan Helang, Bandar Puchong Jaya

       

                                                Apom with brown sugar @ RM 1.50

       

                                                     Apom with eggs @ RM 2.00

    I was standing there waiting. The stall operator swirled the runny batter made from rice flour, eggs, sugar and coconut milk around the small wok and then covered it. Few minutes later- perfectly cooked! Crispy at the edge, soft in the middle. Interesting!


    Address:

    Along Jalan Helang,
    Bandar Puchong Jaya,
    47100 Puchong
    Selangor Darul Ehsan


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  • Lok Lok Steamboat & Grill on Wheels @ Puchong Parking Lot


    If you don't know where to go for a quick snacking session or supper, here's a suggestion! I discovered an open space parking lot located behind Courts Mammoth in Puchong Jaya. By evening, there would be several steamboat & grill on wheels (mini lorries) parking there and starting their business as usual.

        

                       Lok Lok Steamboat & Grill on Wheels @ Puchong Jaya Parking Lot

    Besides steamboat and grill on wheels, there are other stalls selling noodles, rice and porridge as well. By late night, there will be more Lok Lok Steamboat and grill on wheels too.

                      

    Pick your favorite -hand it over to the operator if you want it grilled. And if not, you may opt to cook it at the pot of boilling water. There are several sauces - peanut sauce, chilli sauce and sweet black bean sauce for you to pair with your cooked ingredients.


    Meat balls, lambs, seafood, sausages, veges- they almost have it all! So now, where for supper?


    Address:

    Open Parking Space
    Bandar Puchong Jaya
    (Behind Courts Mammoth)


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  • Puchong Yong Tau Foo @ Batu 14, Kampung Baru Puchong


    Nothing new, I have been revisiting this restaurant for uncountable times yet it is not in any of my reviews yet. No doubt, they are good and they have been operating for years and still always a crowd pleaser.

       

    Puchong Yong Tau Foo @ Batu 14, Kampung Baru Puchong is located within the Hakka Village directly opposite SK Puchong Batu 14 school.

    The restaurant is known for its freshest and tastiest Yong Tau Foo in Kuala Lumpur!

       

    Pick your choice- fresh vegetables- chillis, bitter gourd, brinjals or ladies fingers from the basket and hand it over to the kitchen staff and they will stuff a generous amount of fresh fish paste made from Spanish mackerel and they start frying them straight away.

    Other than this, there are fried bean curd (foo chook), tofu and tofu puffs as well. Besides opting for deep-fried, you may choose to have them served in sweet soup prepared with anchovies stock and plenty of sweet vege leaves.

    Not forgetting to dip the yong tau foo in the chilli and sweet black bean sauce too!

    Fresh, crispy, sweet and tasty! Always the best place to visit if you are craving for Yong Tau Foo!


    Address:

    Puchong Yong Tau Foo
    Lot 105, Batu 14,
    Jalan Besar,
    Kampung Baru Puchong
    Tel: 019-678 8188

    Opening hours: 11.00 am- 9.30 pm (closed on Mondays)


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