Kuala Lumpur Day 2: More Snacks


After dinner, Ben and I walked over to Lot 10 shopping mall. This mall is a familiar one to me.

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However, the food court is new to me. There is a hutong style food court now. Ben decided to have a “Lin Ji Gerng” , cold version to quench his thirst. This is a dessert soup which can be served hot or cold. It has lotus seeds, snow fungus, etc.

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It also has a quail egg in it. This was RM5.20 (about CAD1.75).

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We had a Seremban siew bao for snack. This was RM1.70 (about CAD0.60).

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The Seremban siew bao has moist savory meaty filing with very flaky pastry.

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From Lot 10, we decided to go Jalan Alor. It’s a street lined with restaurants. The restaurants here are very aggressive in getting customers into their restaurants due to very competitive competition.

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We went into one of the restaurant for some snacks. Ben had a lime plum drink for RM3.50 (CAD1.20).

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We also ordered a fruit rojak to munch on. This was RM6 (CAD2).

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It may not look appetizing but trust me, it is good, sweet, pungent and nutty.

After eating so much street food in a day, our stomach did not agree with our appetite. We were down with food poisoning symptoms like vomiting and purging that night. Poor us.

One thought on “Kuala Lumpur Day 2: More Snacks

  1. LOL!! I had food poisoning for 3 days. High fever of 40C and diarrhea every half an hour. I think it was due to contamination from my son. He ate CKT with “harm” and got sick the next day but he recovered in half a day. We went out to eat again and we both shared lunch. I got sick the next day. Imagine, I had already bought over RM4k flight & hotel package to Singapore and luckily I recovered soon enough for the trip. I think our tummies are too sanitized with us living in Canada.

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