Ng Kee Cake Shop, yet another shop located at Cintra Street and have long long history. They started business at around 1950, which well, even my parents are not born yet! Ng Kee do sell a variety of traditional Chinese cakes, which are all very very good snacks.
I usually came here for their awesome egg tart, which unfortunately they are sold out for the day when I reach there at around 2pm. Sad news for me, so I opt for the highly recommended coconut moon cake by the owner. However, it’s quite a disappointment as I find that it’s very normal only. 6.0/10
Posted in Biscuit, Chinese, Cuisine, Food and Drinks, George Town, Hawker, Location, Penang
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After reading much recommendations from Lowyat forum, I decided to give Sin Eng Heong a visit, a place where its famed for it’s Kaya Kok (Kaya Puff). Kaya is the Malay name of coconut jam, where its made from coconut milk and eggs, flavored with pandan leaf and sweetened with sugar. Hence, Kaya Puff is a puff with coconut jam filling.
I call up and pre-order 1 day before I visit them. This is mainly due to that I heard many people saying that if you walk-in, you will be limited to buy only 5 piece maximum, or you might go back empty-handed if you are unlucky.
Posted in Biscuit, Chinese, Cuisine, Food and Drinks, Ipoh, Location, Perak
- Tagged Biscuit, Food, Ipoh, jalan mustapha al-bakri, kaya, kaya kok, Malaysia, Perak, sin eng heong