It is one of the famous duck stall in my girlfriend's territory. She brought me to this stall to try out, despite my suspicion. I was pretty surprised by quality delivered. The outer layer was crispy and the flesh was not gamy. In fact the sauce made it all the better.
This is an Indian street food snack called pani puri. It's basically small puffed of Indian bread (puri) that has various raw vegetables and yoghurt, which can be likened to crackers with salsa. It is served with a watery mint sauce and another type of sauce of your to drench the pani puri and pop into your mouth.
I came across this froyo when my friend told me about it. It first started off with first branch in Mid Valley. Over time, it has expanded to Publika. The quality of froyo was very consistent; I simply love the dense texture, which was close to McDonald's ice cream but this was better and healtier.
This simple little snack is a quintessential Indian snack called pau bhaji. It's basically bun that is served with tomato sauce and onions, but the tomatoes are cooked to fragrants, I think with ghee and onions. It is richly sour, sweet, and thick.
Lei cha is really an acquired taste. While this is a very famous and popular Hakka dish, it really looks like rabbit food. This one was not so good. Too much of greens, making it swing towards the bitter side, and white rice is just not the right texture. Not enough nuts to balance out the flavour.