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等級3 2015-07-27
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Stall 25 in Kampar market foodcourt is well-known for its ice blended coffee - another must-try after the famous Kampar chicken curry bread.The blended ice is definitely up to other ice-blended kiosk standard as the amount of coffee and milk is very generous for just RM4.However, if you are there during the weekends, your precious glass of ice-blended coffee may take a while to arrive as there will be lots of people.On a side note, if you are not a big eater (or drinker), please get someone to share the drink with you as it is really huge in portion.   繼續閱讀
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If ever I were back to hometown, I will patron this stall for either dine in or take-away drinks.I love the cham suet (dong yin yeung) here, which I think I am addicted to it. Sometimes, when I do not want to have too heavy coffee taste in my drinks, I can order teh dik kopi suet (lighter version of cham suet with more tea flavour less coffee added). You should try their teh c suet as well. I could not forget how all those drinks taste from this stall. I think I had been purchasing morning tea from this stall since I am about 15 years old. They served fu-chuk yi mai (boiled barley with beancurd) which I find it too tasty even without sugar added; you can order without sugar by saying "fu-chuk yi mai kosong".They served fruit juice and other type of herbal tea. Just inquire from them, which type of herbal tea of the day, and what type of fruit juice available. 繼續閱讀
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等級2 2013-12-10
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Hometown is always the best place for us, especially when we talk about foods. In my hometown, my husband`s favourite is always chee cheong fun. In the Kampar style of chee cheong fun, the steamed sheets of rice flour are hand cut into narrow strips that looked like thick kway teow. Kampar chee cheong fun is eaten with a variety of different gravy and sauces as well as accompanying side dishes. He choose curry as the gravyThe chee cheong fun felt soft and light tasting. The hand made chee cheong fun was not oily. The chee cheong fun was relatively thick and felt slightly grainy. The chee cheong fun does a good job of soaking up the curry gravy. The curry coated chee cheong fun was smooth and was fun to gently chew.Those chu pei (pork skin) is the best combination with chee cheong fun, unlike those in KL. KL`s chu pei (pork skin) was thick and dry even though it soak in the curry gravy. Kampar`s pork skin is more elastic and juicy. Besides that the price is more cheaper compare to KL. With this portion of chee cheong fun and side dishes (pork skin, tauhu, meat balls & eggplant), it cost on RM7.00. If you feel like wanna have a try on it, please wake up a bit early since it`s only open in the morning at the medan selera food court. Of course there is a night as well, but it is different from this stall. 繼續閱讀
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等級4 2013-12-05
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One of my favorite dish when i'm back to my hometown but for sure this is not order by me- i cannot finish this portion alone. This is those normal type of chu cheong fun without anything like prawn or char siew in the core, actually this type of chu cheong fun is something similar to hor fun tasteless but normally i will eat it with say sauce and sesame seed.In this dish there is curry pork skin which is one of their famous side dishes and the most important it is cheap. The whole plate of chu cheong fun with the side dishes cost less than RM 10 if you are going to have this at Klang Valley area sure it will be costlyIf i were to rate this i would give 8/10 繼續閱讀
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等級4 2013-07-15
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很喜欢吃这里的大块面。虽然是有一点有。但是老板用的是我爱的planta牛油。大块面可以选择薄的或者是厚的。我个人喜欢厚的因为口感很实在。比较好咬。不过里面没有玉米,很可惜 繼續閱讀
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