Step aside salted egg custard, half-baked cheese tarts are officially the craze of the town currently. One unassuming bakery in Kajang called Happy Happy Bread Bakery has even stepped up the game by imbuing our beloved durian into their cheese tarts.
A few years ago I blogged about SK 6363's durian buffet. That time, it was going for RM9/pax and only durian kampung was served. Now, they have upped the ante by offering eat-all-you-can D24 durian for RM16/pax.
If you are looking for great quality durians, I will recommend Chen Brothers Durian & Fruit in Kepong Baru. Compared to the other more popular durian stalls in KL or PJ, Chen Brothers is not only cheaper, they are also the most experienced in the trade.
The long awaited durian season is finally here. Unfortunately, due to the freakishly hot weather earlier this year, the harvest for this season will be a lot lower and prices will be higher too. Besides Musang King and D24, a relatively new breed of durian called Black Thorn is making waves for its signature creamy and sweet flesh. It's widely planted in the northern region of Malaysia especially in Penang and Kedah.
We are not at the peak season of durian yet, but the fever for the King of the Fruits is hotter more than ever now. Durian cendol is not a new thing in Malaysia but a rojak & cendol stall in Shah Alam decided to take it it further by adding real and fresh durian fruits (never frozen) in their cendol. So essentially it's not durian cendol. Instead, it's durian in cendol.
*** Update: Please refer to SK6363's latest durian buffet offering here ***This is the first time I see an eat-all-you-can durian buffet being promoted in Kepong. So I figured why not give it a...