More yummy food found at Kampong Glam Bazaar. :)
I love Nasi Bryani but I discover a new dish - Bee Hoon Bryani! I ordered one packet for takeaway and it was very delicious! I'm going back for more!
Colourful traditional Malay kueh-kueh (cakes). 3 for S$1. I just love these cakes. The green bean cakes (front, right) are my favourite. Can someone give me the recipe for it?
Prawn vadai - it's an Indian snack which my hubby loves.
Durian and Kaya Rolls (S$13 for 2 rolls) from the famous Rich and Good Cake Shop. I prefer the Kaya Roll. 24 Kandahar Road Tel : 6294 3324
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I like the Kaya Rolls! Love it!ReplyDelete
i love bihon dishes and the bryani here looks appetizing. i could eat tons of that except on a not so spicy flavor.ReplyDelete
i could drool on the cakes. yeah the green one looks tempting. :)
i played WW, too!
I have heard good reviews of the swiss rools from the shop at Kandahar. They look yummy. Looks like I would get quite a lot of eye-candy treats just by visiting your blog. There's just so much interesting food!ReplyDelete
the colorful cakes look tempting!:PReplyDelete
Bee hoon briyani?????? Oh my!!!! I oso want to try la, never seen before here! :)ReplyDelete
And I am also very interested in the prawn vadai!!! Here don have oso!! Sure yummy! Wah got cili some more....yum yum!ReplyDelete
U got me enticed with those two items ECL he he...hopefully I get to try one day....ReplyDelete
I'm intrigued with the beehoon briyani. Can I have a bite? :DReplyDelete
And I absolutely love the kuih kole kacang (the green bean kuih). Oooo... I'm gonna buy some tomorrow.ReplyDelete
I love kaya rolls too.OMG its been ages but I remember prawn vadai and the hot chilli that went with it (but not for me).An Indian man riding his bicycle used to sell them in our area at 4 o'clock by ringing his bell.He also sold all sorts of nuts(kachan?).The good old days in sleepy Katong.ReplyDelete
Reminds me of pisang goreng too.Getting hungry talking about all this food!You naughty lah!
Oooo. Bee Hoon Briyani?ReplyDelete
I am so excited that's why I left a comment! instead of lurking only. LOL...
I want to try the prawn vadai! Looks really nice ler! :pReplyDelete
I like the kueh in the center..ReplyDelete
I love the yummy food that you featured in your blog, especially the bee hoon bryani which I have never seen or heard of. Die die must try!ReplyDelete
Is the durian roll made from fresh durian pulp? I prefer fresh pulp.ReplyDelete
I like the green roll-like kueh. Yummy.
i think we don't ve bee hoon bryani here..:-DReplyDelete
I wanna try the durian roll, it looks yummy! ;)ReplyDelete
Mmmm, bihun bryani, interesting, going to my recipe drawing board! he he he!ReplyDelete
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Those cakes look wonderful!ReplyDelete
There seem to be new dishes every day!ReplyDelete
Bee Hoon biryani?! I want!ReplyDelete
i never heard of Bee Hoon Bryani before as well. now that is a must try. :DReplyDelete
wow that all looks so good that it makes me hungry.ReplyDelete
I have to say some of your food is colorful.ReplyDelete
Coffee is on.
That's really funny ! I wanted to ask you what this green like a sponge looking cake is, because I ate it at the Buddha feast ! I even made a photo to ask. I bought it at the vietnamese food stand.ReplyDelete
Yummy....especially the durian rolls...my FAVOURITE!ReplyDelete
the bee hoon briyani is something new to me. i've not come across this dish in penang.ReplyDelete
Biryani is good tasting and I'd love to try that bee hun dish! i love the prawns too!ReplyDelete
Like their sardine puffs!ReplyDelete
The Food Looks very Yummy... I really want to taste the Durian and Kaya Rolls.ReplyDelete
Wow! So much nice food! How not to get fat during these trying times? LOL!ReplyDelete
The bee hoon briyani looks absolutely delicious! And the same goes for the prawn vadai! I love anything with prawns in it! Haha! Don't think can find these two food here in KL.ReplyDelete
AS I have sweet tooth, those kuehs looks totally yummy and the swiss rolls - OMG! I want to taste those swiss rolls! Think I can finish the whole roll at one sitting! LOL!ReplyDelete
Wow! Durian flavour some more. I want! Kaya roll is a must eat - no need to think twice. Haha!ReplyDelete
Wonder how much jogging I need to do to burn off the calories from one whole roll of swiss roll? *Scary* : )ReplyDelete
Such yumm shots. Particularly the prawn vadai! :)ReplyDelete
the kuih muih looks nice =)ReplyDelete
yummy yum yum!ReplyDelete