11 responses

  1. nikel
    December 28, 2011

    OMG… I didnot know about this too.. I am outdated

  2. Michelle chin
    December 28, 2011

    WHY MUST THIS BE IN BM>?????!!!!

  3. lifestylekl
    December 28, 2011

    yum yum…must go try

  4. Chong
    December 29, 2011

    This (style) somehow reminds of me of the stall at Lam Ah Coffee Shop. Looks similar for the way they cook.

    • vkeong
      December 29, 2011

      Yes, similar but taste diff. Lam Ah’s version is very crispy. Dunno about his wet version though

  5. aslee
    December 31, 2011

    Pek Kong Cheng @ BM is a food haven at night.
    I’ve tried many of the stalls there including this fried oyster stall.
    Nowadays I go 4 my dinner @ the stall directly under the stage. It is along the same road leading 2 the O – Chien stall. It sells economical rice.
    The sambal stir-fried vege is delicious!
    U can choose from kangkong, sweet potato leaves, bean sprout shoots & asparagus.
    The Teochew- styled steam fish is delicious.
    The lady boss is oso very friendly.
    The prices r reasonable 2.

  6. frags
    January 1, 2012

    You from BM? That’s my hometown as well. Cool. Yeah the food there is awesome. Nothing in KL can beat it. Even if it has the name Penang in front of it.

  7. Raw Food recept
    January 4, 2012

    This looks so good. Have to try it.

  8. Ivan Chin
    January 12, 2012

    AHHH, I’m stuck in Singapore browsing this food blog, FML!!!

    • vkeong
      January 13, 2012


  9. Louis
    January 30, 2012

    I have tried it and it was good! :)

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