Monday, November 29, 2021

Packs

On our last visit to Old Bank Cafe, we bought some packs of fried snacks from the Malay kuih stall.

Hubby bought RM7 pack of curry puff (RM1 for 3 pieces) to bring back to Sri Aman for his staff, as they commented it was nice when hubby bought for them last time.

I myself bought RM2 of curry puff and RM1 of potato popiah. The fillings for both have improved over the years, they were much tastier now. We don't mind buying them at all. 


I also bought a pack of nasi lemak for RM2from the same stall. I took it for lunch.


Hubby and I enjoyed its nasi lemak. They were generous with salted fishes, and the rice was quite "lemak" and fragrant. That day, I had 5 small sized salted fishes in my pack. 


I had my nasi lemak accompanied by curry chicken that I cooked that day.


8 comments:

suituapui said...

Ooooo...everything is so cheap, kampung roadside stall prices - curry puffs 3 for RM1.00, nasi lemak RM2 a pack. Cannot find these prices at the Chinese places here. Potato popiah sounds interesting, maybe can try one of these days.

Angie's Recipes said...

I miss curry puff! Nasi lemark looks really good too.

Nux V said...

i like those savoury kuih from kampung roadside. Curry puff is definitely a yes!

Nancy Chan said...

I love curry puffs especially these traditional ones.

mun said...

So means your husband bought 21 curry puffs? So nice of your husband to buy and give a treat to his staff. Nasi lemak with salted fish must be very tasty. In kl, seldom see salted fish in nasi lemak. Is the salted fish salty or not salty.

Rose world said...

Not overly salty. Yes. 21 puffs.

PH said...

I love curry puffs, one of my childhood favorites which I still love until now.

mun said...

Oh, must be so very tasty πŸ˜‹ then since the salted fish is not overly salty. 21 puffs - yums! I can eat two a day for 10 days. πŸ˜‹πŸ˜‹πŸ˜‹