Days of Grace

Brunch From Klang

This morning on the second day of Hari Raya we decided to go to Klang for breakfast…ahh…no, not for ‘bak kut teh’. Since the boys were all still sleeping we, as in the dad and mom decided to have our breakfast there and tapao for them.

We drove to Pandamaran near the former morning market and discovered variety of food.  Hawker food prices in certain part of Klang is still quiet reasonable considering the recent price hike and Pandamaran is one of the areas.  Pandamaran is also famous for seafood and there are quite a number of restaurants there.

We packed a bit too much and by the time we got back the boys had brunch instead of lunch.  I managed to snap some pictures before the food vanish!

Fried Yau Char Kwai and Hanh Chin Peng

Fried Yau Char Kwai and Hanh Chin Peng

Fried Popiah and Banana Fritters (Klang style)

Nasi Lemak with Sotong, Fried Chicken, Dried Prawn Sambal and Kangkong.

Nasi Lemak with Sotong, Fried Chicken, Dried Prawn Sambal and Kangkong.

Lala Chien

Lala Chien

The very tiny lalas in the Lala Chien

The very tiny lalas in the Lala Chien

See Harm (Cockles) Chien

See Harm (Cockles) Chien

Huge cockles in the Cockles Chien compared to the very tiny lalas.

Huge cockles in the Cockles Chien compared to the very tiny lalas.

These were the brunch and in fact we had some leftover for tea.  (Not very healthy food as most are deep fried and oily…but not eaten too often should be ok 😛 ) I like the popiah especially and am pleasantly surprised that the fillings are quite nice with lots of tofu.

P/S  there are three lines on the left side which i don’t know how to get rid of, so please ignore till i learn more…heeheehe

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2 October, 2008 - Posted by | Home

5 Comments »

  1. soooo much food! close-up pictures of food always look so good… ok la maybe your photography skills and camera is good also la… hahha..

    nancy said: Hahaha…thank you thank you on behalf of the camera…all credit goes to the camera. I have no photography skills la and I weren’t sure how to post the pictures too (since they turned out like that. so ok lor…I leave them be!) 😛

    Comment by ensl | 2 October, 2008 | Reply

  2. wahhh its making me hungry.. I’ve not had popiah in the longest time!!

    nancy said: The popiah was the best! 🙂

    Comment by Alexandra | 3 October, 2008 | Reply

  3. Wahhh the food looks yummy, I like to eat Yao char kuay …hehe my favourite 🙂 I had the non-fried popiah in Malacca it was also very yummy, too bad no pics la…too dark to take 🙂

    nancy said: I have tried the popiah in Malacca too…yes yummy!

    Comment by meiyen1990 | 3 October, 2008 | Reply

  4. HaHaHa…holidays are all about FOOD! mmmmh…btw what are ‘lalas’ called in English?

    nancy said: Tiny shellfish?.. 😛

    Comment by blossomteoh | 4 October, 2008 | Reply

  5. Droool… you should tell us the directions, and also some hokkien phrases to order the food!

    nancy said: Can…can to directions and hokkien phrases. 🙂

    Comment by Adino | 4 October, 2008 | Reply


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