How Yau Char Kwai is made.This is also known as Youtiao or Cakoi
Love the texture of yau char guai and usually I would pair it over Kopi O kau during my tea time. Love the taste of their glutinous rice where it is not to sticky, sweet where it is just perfect with mild fagrant oil taste and the crisp at the edges.
Well worth the wait, each piece is crunchy on the outside, soft inside and light. I can imagine this will be great with a bowl of piping hot soy bean milk or plain porridge. If you're a crispy dough addict, head over here as this may just be the best ones in the town.
Back to basic, where this was a random hunt that I brought my ex colleague back to a place that I constantly used to crave for my fried fritters or this famous Goreng Pisang. This little food truck that sits right infront of Pelita SS2, is one one of a stall that you would love to hunt for simple snacks. Being around for quite a while and now her son is assisting in continuing the business.
Of course, the main star that keeps us coming back for more are the Banana Fritters (炸香蕉). The batter on the outside has always been crunchy yet thin and the banana on the inside was sweet without a texture that is too soft. These are probably our favourite banana fritters in the Klang Valley to date!
The food price range from RM0.50 to RM 1.50