Wan Tan Mee@Siang Malam, Taiping

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source site Demona: I will never get bored of reviewing food found in Siang Malam. I am almost certain that most Taiping-ians who have left the land of rainfalls in search of career opportunities in the big, bad world out there will come here for a drink or a meal whenever they are back home.

The air was extremely cool that night, after a heavy downpour earlier. The brightly lited Siang Malam was surrounded with people enjoying a good meal, whilst earlier part of the day, it is a hang out joint for old folks who bet on rain.

Demona: Michelle and I ordered wan tan mee, drizzled with curry sauce. Thin slices of lean char siew meat were also added into the wan tan mee. The sambal was delicious! Extreme spicyness! Just the right thing for me.

Demona: I took a picture of Michelle thoroughly mixing her noodles with the curry and soya sauce, before slurping the deliciousness up!

Demona: The wan tan mee seller also has a sideline yong tau foo business. I took some meat balls, deep fried bean curd skins, dumplings. They tasted fairly good, and I am guessing that the flavourful soup helped a fair bit there.

Verdict: The whole meal cost us less than RM 10. Unimaginably affordable. This meal would have easily hit above RM 10 if we were eating the same amount of food in a coffee shop in KL. Many a time, they do not taste good at all, unlike the ones that we had over here.

I hope that this one-of-a-kind place will be able to survive and pull through the plague of modernization which is exponentially spreading in our peaceful town, for the many years to come.

Tau Foo Fa@Hawker Center, Taiping

Demona: This soya bean stall is located at one end of the shoplots of Taiping town’s famous Hawker Center, an area where you can find limitless variety of great delicacies, of all races, Indian, Chinese and Malay. The stall usually opens slightly past noon, and its soya bean drink and tau foo fa will be sold out before the sun sets.

This stall is one of those that I frequently visited, since there aren’t many of these businesses around to choose from. I got heavily addicted to tau foo fa at one period of time, eating 1 to 2 packs a day for weeks, until my farts smelt soya-ish too! Ewwwww!

Tau foo fa is a great dessert substitute to the more calorie-packed sinful stuffs (such as chocolate bars, ice cream, and cheese cakes) if you have an uncontrollable weakness towards sugary sweet things.

A bowl here only cost, RM 0.80. A take-away pack will be a little pricier, RM 1.00, but it is compensated by a bigger portion.

Verdict: Honestly speaking, I used to think that the tau foo fa made by Taiping-ians are smooth, sweet, thumbs-up great, compared to most of many stalls found in KL, where the tau foo fa taste rubbery, hard, coarse and heavily drizzled with syrup.

UNTIL… I had a bowl of tau foo far goodness at Funny Mountain drive-through stall in Ipoh. The smoothness ans softness of the tau foo far is beyond description. You need to eat a spoonful of it, to understand my exact words.

Wait till I get a chance of taking some great pictures from this stall, then I will be able to show you all ๐Ÿ™‚