Malay Snacks

28 01 2007

a temporary stall outside Lucky Chinatown (Chinatown, New Bridge Road, near Temple Street) for this Chinese New Year season. It’s located nearest to the Lucky Chinatown McDonald’s branch.

Besides fried prawn fritter 炸虾饼 and goreng pisang (fried banana)…I tried this… Chempedak, looks like a golden yellow round ball sized about 3.5cm, wrapping the sweet and fragrant flesh that covered a seed (my dad said it can be eaten but it’s hard). [Click for more info]

Due to the fact that they’re my dad’s treats, the price is based on my estimation.
4 Chempedak for $2
5 Goreng Pisang for $2
2 Prawn Fritters for $1

Advice: Eat a prawn fritter with a green chilli !
The auntie will provide one green chilli per prawn fritter. Eat together and it’s not at all spicy in my opinion.

Sorry photo quality is bad with my mobile phone cam and also not very presentable to bite off one mouthful to show what’s inside. =P

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Chinatown "kart" Tan’s Tu Tu cake

9 08 2006

Chinatown 牛车水 Smith Street junction



5 for $2

Who say it’s good?
Me, Lao da!! Highly recommended! Thick coconut! Tasty~