Keropok Lekor B.T.B 2209, Kuala Terengganu

Kuala Terengganu only famous for two things, first is their wonderful piece of landmark which is called Masjid Kristal and the other one is the keropok lekor. There are a lot of keropok lekor stalls around in Kuala Terengganu but nothing as exaggerate as this one. This stall is called Keropok Lekor B.T.B 2209 and i am not sure why they named their stall this way. I have to thank my client that for bringing us to the most popular keropok lekor in town.

No specific address or coordinate for this but you can always click on my "location map" at the end of this post.

Yes, you have to obtain your number here. Each purchase must not more than RM100. This is because they do not want you to ask another person who has the earliest number to purchase for them. If this happens, it will be the numbering purpose. Brilliant move but I hardly follow. LOL
This is their "oven" using dry woods to boil them. I can tell you this area is super hot! So many pots and so many woods required. I wonder how many kg of woods they burned per day.
A closer look.
This is the factory of making keropok lekor before they send it to boil. Each keropok lekor is nicely weight.
Once done, they just pour everything to boil.
Once boiled, they are well packed like this and keep refrigerated.
A numbering system same like in the bank.
Here is my number. This number has made me wait for 2 hours.
Crowds just only started and getting more after that.
Sick of waiting? Why not just buy some to eat there while waiting?
They have 2 types of keropok lekor. One is smaller in diameter like this which they usually fried them. RM0.50 per piece.
Another one is the larger one which they prepared by boiling them. Both are equally delicious because you taste the mackerel fish more than you taste the flour which normally we had in a normal local stalls. RM1.00 per piece.
This is the place which located right at the curve. Please notice there is a board at the most right of the picture. "Ada" which means they are still keropok lekor available for sale. When you see "Habis" which means "Sorry, try another day".

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