Friday, May 25, 2007

Jalan-Jalan Cari Makan

Well! Well! Well!!! There are lots of ways to spend it together with our family. At least that is what I feel, ok? My hubby enjoy bringing the whole bunch of us (his lovely family lar) to everywhere during the weekend to look for food. If it's happen to be a long weekend then, he will plan for a further trip. For your information, if you tell him where to find good food he will be damn happy. If I tell him which shopping complex got sales hor, he will tell me - it's the same one. Hahaha............ luckily, he had got this wife who don't fancy shopping so much. I only go shopping when I need to buy the household stuff or anything that I need. The best thing about the 2 of us is - we both love food.................. So, what do you think? Is he lucky to have me OR I am so lucky to have him? *scratch head*
Forget about all those nanny nagging stuff. I were supposed to show you some other stuff that I have in Bidor - yam ball (wu kok) and kaya puff (kaya kok) that we bought from a shop called Pun Chun.

The signboard. This shop is located along the main road. Very easy to locate it.

This is the ambiance of the shop. There are lots of things to buy - snacks, biscuits, white coffee and bla bla bla..

Business is damn good. People got to line up to pay. If only my business is like that!

The yummy wu kok (the dough is made from yam and some flour and the filling are bbq meat). This is one of the quick selling item in this shop. Each time come out, you can hear people calling, 5 please, 10 please, 3 boxes. But, I must admit the wu kok is good........


This is the box to put the wu kok. So, why wait some more. See the address and the contact number on the box. Make a plan to bring your family there. Quick quick lor........... school holiday also mah.

See............. my little girl is having 1 kaya puff all to herself. She seems to enjoy it.

HAPPY TRAVELLING!!!

8 comments:

bit nee said...

Yes I agree..the wu kok is very tasty esp when it comes out fresh from the frying wok ehheh! So yummy. I am not a big fan of kaya kok cos the few that I ate in KL, the pastry is so think and the kaya so little only :(

nyx said...

gasp! I have not tasted wu kok in AGES. That's why I love your blog, it reminds me of the food I used to love and enjoy but now too lazy to go out and look for.

*makes point to look for good wu kok*

New Kid on the Blog said...

Pun Chun is famous for their kaya puff and their 'chicken biscuits' (direct translate from Cantonese). If you like wu kok, try Ipoh Koa Li which is next to Shell Petrol Station. Their wu kok & egg tarts are good.

Kenny Ng said...

Ah... I like gai zai peng ahhhh!!!

erinalaw said...

Bit Nee - nothing beat Perak food. Nothing lor..........

nyx - thanks for your compliments. U r from Penang kah?

New Kid On The Blog - like that I must go and tell my hubby about the new place liau. He loves egg tart so much especially the one just come out from the oven hot. Yum yum.

Kenny -Gai Zai Peng, har? Very difficult to get good one liau. You know what? Now hor, they have 2 types - 1 thin and the other one is thick one. I think I better make myself liau. Bila balik Penang, I can belanja u? Heheheh.....

New Kid on the Blog said...

Try Max from Queensbay area too. Heard their egg tart is good also, per piece RM1-30.

erinalaw said...

New Kid On The Blog - ok ok. Will drop by to check that out one day.

Wingz said...

kaya cock i like!!!