On the day when the floggers planned to have dinner at Sek Yuen which is famous for it’s Pat Poh Ngap (8 Treasures Duck), I guess most of them didn’t realise it was actually 7th of July, 2007 (070707). Special day for foodcrawl indeed!
Now if you’re wondering, there will be no Part 1 of the itinerary which is Sek Yuen itself as I have something to attend to and no choice but to listen how good the darn duck tastes like. *sniffs, knock head*
But anyway, I managed to joins in the fun at the second round of food hunting at Pudu ‘Wai Sik Kai’ which is just a stone up ahead from Sek Yuen and behind the Pudu post office. As I’m the last person to arrive, I found that most of them were already start placing their orders and taking pictures. *Clockwise direction: Me, Pam, Boolicious, Tummythoz, Phitoy, Meng Kiat (Tummythoz’s friend), Lyrical Lemongrass, Paprika, Joe, Jackson, Precious Pea and hubby and WMW.*
Curry Chee Cheong Fun. Another worth trying dish, we actually ordered two servings. And I know it’s good as I watching WMW actually slurp and lick the plate clean. She’s a chee cheong fun fans, remember?
I decided to order something as I haven’t eat yet and stumbled with Pam at a stall selling tauhu bakar (grilled beancurd). Drizzled with thick prawn paste and topped with crushed peanuts and dried cuttlefish, it looks like rojak but believe me, one bite of this delish stuff will perk up even the most jaded soul.
Caught Jackson at another stall, he’s about to order the boiled cockles and I take the pic of the stall when the owner said to a uncle sat nearby; “I think I must be on the wanted list laa, everyone seem to be taking photos of me.” The uncle and I just gave him a big grin. *GRIN*
I went for Chao Koay Kak (Fried turnip cake) with egg. Before I could land my chopsticks on it, the others point their cameras on it and before long, the plate was at the other side of the table.. LOL!
Pudu Wai Sik Kai
A back lane behind Pudu Post Office
Open at night only.
*to be continued*