2012-02-21

My most frequently visited place on weekends

Weekends, I always pester my husband to go to Pokok Assam. There is a bungalow house at the corner lot before turning into Pokok Assam market.
The owner make use of the compound of the bungalow to sell food. I love the food there very much.
What make me patronize this place on our lovey weekends? Let see the below pictures for the answer.
Assam Laksa.
Braised Chicken Feet.
Tauhu Sumbat.
Deep fried prawn fritter.
Ais kacang
Popiah
Curry noodle.
Wantan noodle.
Red bean and black glutinous rice dessert. I "tapao" this back home. Add in some ice cubes and eat it while watching TV. So enjoyable. That's my most beautiful weekend.
I tell ya! All the food taste really yummy and nice.

28 comments:

  1. I see quite alot of people here everytime pass by, especially during weekends.

    The laksa is really good~

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  2. is tat the famous taiping popiah?
    I heard so much abouut it but never tried..

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    1. The most Taiping popiah isn't from here, but this one also not bad.

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  3. All my fav food!!!! No doubt you need to go back every weekends. :) JUSTIFIED!

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  4. Drooling at your food pics.. Gosh! Wanted to skip lunch but now I can hear my stomach growling.. Hahaha...

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  5. Oh yes, I tell you their prawn fritters is so yummy. Once a while hubby will bought back home for us for Sunday tea time. I reckon too, laksa is nice and also their tauhu sumbat.

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  6. wow, no wonder you love to go there!! i like the varieties also, so many things to choose from!! but also a dilemma, too many choices and don't know what to eat~~ :p

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  7. Oh yes, this place is my favourite too. I love their laksa, side dishes (fried stuffs) and ais kacang! If possible I would go back every weekend too :D

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  8. and can be dangerous also, because all of them look so good and irresistible, end up ordering too much and cannot finish :(

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  9. Wah, look so yummy. Next time when i go back Taiping, i will go there to try all the food. My MIL stay at Kamunting area. It is near from there?

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    1. Not near from Kamunting, but should be OK if you are used to the long journey travel in KL.

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  10. OMG.....all those food are my favorites!!! Goshh...I want it so badly.

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  11. the food looks so gastronomical!

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  12. one day if i visit you, dont forget to take me to this place, ok? i would have thought your fav place would be shopping malls!

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    1. Sure, just let me know when you are here, lena.

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  13. Hi Sheoh Yan, HOLY SMOKE! You sure triggered an old memory to me. Yes, I have been here wayyyy back in the '70s, last was in early '80s, had lunch there with an old friend.
    I love Taiping old days, the lake gardens, then Port Weld too, as well would take the side road from there to Sitiawan, Pantai Remis, then Telok Anson...on to KL. By coast road.

    I sure love the dishes you posted here. Pop pia Taiping was very well loved old days, and I never failed to stop there enroute to Penang or KL.
    You were still in standard 6 then, ha ha.
    Lee.

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  14. wat a feast to eyes..appetizing..:)
    Tasty Appetite

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  15. Man or man, I missed all these foods too( I mean the betul betul sedap one)cos I don't know why, can't really get good foods now, may be the stalls are mostly manned by "wai lau" too much and they just don't care about the taste and the quality,don't you think?

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  16. no wonder lah....so many yummylicious food. and I believed you are not the only frequent patron to this 'food heaven'.

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  17. The ice shedding and tauhu sumbat looks delicious!

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  18. Wow, everything also I like! If I'm staying near your place, I would want to go there every week too :)

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  19. i m hungry now .... but too bad can't even get this near my office ... ok... i better off for lunch now ....

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  20. Yummy except for the chicken feet. Not a fan of that. But where is this place? Address? Would love to try it one day if I go Taiping again..:)

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    1. I will try to find out the address in my next visit.

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  21. Mmm, all my favourite food, seldom see the flat thin wanton mee nowadays...., must keep this place in my food adventure radar...

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  22. Wow..making me hungry and crave for hawker food.. Esp popiah. Lucky you!

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  23. Wow..making me hungry and crave for hawker food.. Esp popiah. Lucky you!

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