Blog Posts - Hawker Food



Angcle Peoh @ Bandar Bukit Tinggi, Klang

Recently I found my all-time favourite food in Klang Valley. Yes!!! the cheerful looking Uncle Peoh that sells Asam Laksa in Penang Ayer Itam Market in now in Klang. If you crave for a bowl of hot, sour and spicy authentic Penang Asam Laksa you can...
by Sunshine Kelly on Jul 26, 2015

Pad Thai

°¯`•• тнιѕ poѕт ιѕ ιn englιѕн ••´¯°•Pad Thai (or Phat Thai) has always been one of hubby's favourite street food dishes and I never knew (until now) how easy it was to make it at home! Serves: 4Ingredients:150g dried r...
by Indochine Taste of Asia on Jan 8, 2015

Pad Thai

°¯`•• тнιѕ poѕт ιѕ ιn englιѕн ••´¯°•Pad Thai (or Phat Thai) has always been one of hubby's favourite street food dishes and only until now, that it has become one of my favourites too!Serves: 4Ingredients:150g dried rice no...
by Indochine Taste of Asia on Jan 8, 2015

Fried Banana Fritters with Coconut Flakes (Kuih Kodok/Jemput-Jemput Pisang)

Most of the time my kitchen has never been lack of ripe banana.Instead of sitting on the counter to gather fruit flies,I mashed the ripe banana and mix with flour to make banana fritters.I like my banana fritter that taste soft with full of banana fl...
by My Asian Kitchen on May 23, 2014

An Update from the Road: to Singapore via Phuket and back to Bangkok

We’re back in Cambodia at our home in Siem Reap so this isn’t strictly an update from the road. Although I did start writing it in Singapore where I was feeling terribly guilty for having had to neglect poor Grantourismo because we were so busy...
by grantourismo on Apr 6, 2014

Big Ben Breakfast @ Waterfall Road (Botanical Garden)

Big Ben Breakfast @ Waterfall Road (Botanical Garden)  DISCLAIMER : [ BELOW POSTING ARE PURELY PERSONAL OPINION AND PERSONAL FEELING] After considering for quite some times.. we decided to share out this post.  (written for quite some time d, just...
by WHERE2EAT: MY PENANG FOOD BLOG on Sep 24, 2013

Oink Oink Pork Burger a.k.a Ric’s Burgers @ Bayan Baru, Penang

Oink Oink Pork Burger a.k.a Ric’s Burgers @ Bayan Baru, Penang (Infront of One World Condo) This was one of my favorite burger for all times. Actually this was not a new burger shop but it was moves (an upgrade) from ‘pasar malam‘...

Gingko Nut,Barley and Quail Egg Sweet Dessert Soup

My mom loves to make fresh gingko nut sweet dessert soup for the family.She would personally buy the fresh gingko nut and break the nut manually by herself for hours.For me who is lazy would not even dream of cracking and peeling the gingko nut mysel...
by My Asian Kitchen on Jul 24, 2013

Homemade Muah Chee (Sticky Cake with Peanut)

It's been ages since I eat any muah chee..Muah chee is a sticky dough steamed from glutinous rice flour.It's gooey and cut into small pieces and coated with crushed peanut,sesame seeds and sugar.Usually we can find this type of snack at nig...
by My Asian Kitchen on Apr 26, 2013

Majie Curry Noodles @ Restoran Yee Lock, Anderson Road, Ipoh

Majie Dry Curry Noodles (RM4/USD1.30) – Slivers of poached chicken, sliced barbecued pork and bean sprouts with Ipoh’s signature ‘sar hor fun’ (flat rice noodles); in an orange-coloured, tongue-numbingly-fiery curry paste. Bef...
by Motormouth From Ipoh on Oct 30, 2012

Pudu Wai Sek Kai: Legendary Malaysian Hawker Food in Kuala Lumpur

One of the worst realities of city development is how humble establishments are forced to make way for the big guys. Kuala Lumpur, the rapidly progressing largest city of Malaysia, is evidence. Legendary eateries, famous street stalls, and even histo...
by Migrationology on Oct 2, 2012

Pun Chun; A Bowl of Duck Noodles That Has Travelled Far …

Pun Chun’s signature Duck Drumstick Mee (dry/soup) @ RM7.30/USD2.40 for Small, RM8.30/USD2.80 for Big – With the tender flesh almost falling off the bones; the duck drumstick was infused with an aromatic herbal scent from the soup; and se...
by Motormouth From Ipoh on May 21, 2012

Restoran Lil Ipoh – Gathering Famous Local Hawker Delights

Satay Dataran - An unmistakably Malaysian delight of marinated chicken and lamb skewered and grilled over charcoal fire, served with raw onions, cucumber and ‘ketupat’ (boiled packed rice dumplings), and a slurry of thick, spicy peanut sa...
by Motormouth From Ipoh on Apr 11, 2012

The Hype That Was AEON Station 18 & The Mia Eating House @ Ipoh

Life’s a freaking carnival @ AEON Station 18, Pasir Puteh, Ipoh; the new and easily largest shopping mall in all of Perak. (And no, the Golden Retriever does not come with the experience) A few posts back, I was actually very keen to explore th...
by Motormouth From Ipoh on Apr 10, 2012

Tuck Kee Dried Meat & Meat Floss (德记肉干) @ Pulau Tikus

Tuck Kee Dried Meat @ Pulau Tikus The products was not bad, quite nice… And compared to others brands like Mei Chen Xiang and Wo Lai Ye, this is cheaper. A good Alternative choice for Bak Kua Lover like me… Pork Dried Meat – RM30/5...
by WHERE2EAT: MY PENANG FOOD BLOG on Mar 25, 2012

Singapore Takeout / Iggy’s Pop Up Dinner, Sydney

I’ve visited the lovely island country of Singapore at least a half dozen times over the years and have always considered it to be a foodie’s paradise. After all, Singapore boasts a wonderful mix of Singaporean, Malaysian, Chinese and In...
by The Hungry Australian on Mar 21, 2012

Chinatown Style Roasted Pork Butt (叉烧肉) Char Sui

Roasted Pork Chinatown style is a popular hawker store food available in any Chinatown restaurant or Chinese speaking community store.I love the "barbecued" pork and ribs in Chinatown. They have a distinct pork flavor, a glossy sheen that i...
by My Asian Kitchen on Mar 20, 2012

Hutton Lane Koay Teow Thng @ Evergreen Cafe, George Town

Hutton Lane Koay Teow Thng @ Evergreen Cafe, George Town Koay Teow Soup – RM3.50 per bowl This is really nice… one of the famous Penang Hutton Lane Koay Teow Th’ng… im SERIOUS… haha….it’s just next few shop...
by WHERE2EAT: MY PENANG FOOD BLOG on Feb 19, 2012

Chinatown Style Roasted Chicken(Malaysia Version)

I love Chinatown style roasted chicken(Malaysia version) but to get this type of roasted chicken here in Chinese restaurant is none exist at all!! The only Chinatown style chicken served in authentic Chinese restaurant is soy sauc...
by My Asian Kitchen on Feb 16, 2012

Better Than A “Fear Factor” Experience @ Tong Sui Kai (Desserts Street)

“Ngap Kiok Pau” (Duck Feet Wrap) – An aged uncle comes equipped with sharp retaliation and witty remarks; plus those menacing eye brows are enough to send shivers down one’s spine. And what has he got up his sleeve; that has w...
by Motormouth From Ipoh on Feb 10, 2012


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