A Night Feast @Wai Sek Kai, Pudu
Wai Sek Kai at Pudu divided into 2 sessions which are a morning session and an evening session. Previously I have blogged on the Dai Bou Mee and Egg Custard for the morning and afternoon session. Now I will complete it with whole evening session about Wai Sek Kai.
|Begins with the Pork Intestine Soup which is the most famous in the Wai Sek Kai during the evening session.|
|The man behind the famous Pork Intestine Soup.|
|Pork Intestine Soup @RM10.00|
Overall: 3/5 - Very delicious in every single pieces of it and the soup is very tasty as well. However, the price is slightly at the steep. I still prefer Pork Intestine Soup from Restoran Hoong Fook.
|According to my sister, this Turnip Cake stall has already operating for 3 generations.|
Overall: 2/5 - I never really enjoy a real delicious Turnip Cake up until today and even by this 3 generations Turnip Cake stall.
|Fried Chicken stall! Always lined up with big crowd of people. Either taking away or dine in.|
|Step 1: Massage the chicken with the flour.|
|Step 2: Fried them for 10 minutes.|
|Step 3: Letting the oil to be dripping off.|
|Step 4: Placed it on the rack for sale! That's how the delicious fried chicken is born.|
|Fried Chicken @RM2.60/pc|
Overall: 4/5 - Fried evenly in golden color. So deliciously seducing you to crave for more. Definitely way better than KFC.
|You will find to taufu bakar stalls here but the best one will be this one.|
|Taufu Bakar in process.|
|The lady behind this famous taufu bakar. She keeps asking me to take more photos. Hahaha...she is so funny.|
|Taufu Bakar and Fried Crackers @RM5.00|
Overall: 3/5 - It is really not a bad taufu bakar. That's why it is so popular. Worth to try but somehow it is still not the best taufu bakar yet.
I really so enjoy my days with my sister and her family when her mum keep taking me to places like this to feel the real local taste. After all, I almost lost the real local taste with too much Japanese cuisine and Korean cuisine for more of the time. I really do enjoy this and I hope I can go to Jalan Alor and Petaling Street for a night feast.
Will I Revisit?: Yes! Fried chicken the most!