Tuesday, July 28, 2015

Light bite

I went to this coffee shop in Jln Dogan called Big Mouth Food Centre to buy breakfast for hubby while he was in hospital last week. The hospital provides food to all the patients by the way but my hubby asked me to buy him breakfast.

Hubby wanted lek tau suan (split mung bean soup) and yue tiaw (Chinese donut) so I came to this coffee shop to buy them from this stall.

When on demand, the stall operator would made the dough on the spot and you could see how she made her yue tiaw, banana fritters and ham chee peng (5-spices Chinese doughnuts).


You would not miss this stall as you could see it from the road. It is in the pavement in between the coffee shop.

I bought 2 long yue tiaw (RM1 each). Not sure how good or crispy they were as hubby ate them.....

 ....while I went for something of a light bite such as the banana fritters. I ate all the 4 pieces (RM1 for 4), while I regretted later that I should have bought more. They were so good. Crispy batter outside but soft and sweet inside. Great to go with a warm cup of tea.

Of course, I did not forget the lek tau suan. RM2.00 per pack. It was good; not too sweet. Hubby finished up the whole bowl with his yue tiaw.


10 comments:

Somewhere in Singapore said...

See the banana fritters makes me crave for it, hehe...

suituapui said...

lek tau suan!!!! I wanted to eat that when I was in Kuching, did not get to. Tsk! Tsk! Can't have everything my way when following people here and there. :(

Small Kucing said...

wah the yue tiaw price have increase so much. Used to be 70 sens each. Love banana fritters. RM1 for 4 is super cheap.

Princess Ribbon said...

I like all these light fried stuffs, especially the goreng pisang and ham cheen peng.. With a bowl of tongsui, wah sedapppp..

Linda said...

So many types of food that I have never tried. I learn a lot. Thanks so much for sharing.

Emily Tang said...

hehehe I like banana fritter and durian fritter too
but hardly found in my area
perhaps need to go further to find all these food

trishie said...

So hard to find good yew tiaw. I love them crispy and hot!

Agnes said...

yew tiaw and ham chim peng and hot drinks go very well. But I always worry whether the traders use back the same oil again and again to fry them.

Shirley Tay said...

I like mine real crispy! xoxo

Nancy Chan said...

Once in a while, I crave for yew tiaw with piping hot black coffee. But before I buy, I always check the oil first. If its black, I will not buy any.