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Friday, 26 October 2012

Ban Chang Kueh Memories Rekindled

Food Quality 5 stars !
Ambience 5 stars !
Value for Money 5 stars !
Kopi O Rating not applicable - road side

Breakfast Only

While walking along the Kuala Kangsar market on a public holiday hunting for good street food, I bumped into a Ban Chang Kueh stall at the junction of Jalan Kuala Kangsar and Kimberley Street.
I am not a person with a sweet tooth so these stalls normally don't attract me, until I saw the framed up photo below.

As I checked out the stall, and what the long queue was all about, my eye caught a glimpse of the wafer like ban chang kueh, suddenly I became excited and joined the long wait.

I remembered as a kid, I used to follow my mum to the market and very often, I will be treated with this crispy like thing which I love.  I have been looking high and low for it since and every ban chang kueh stall I have seen does not sell the crispy thin version.

I waited till there was no more people waiting and I asked the friendly aunty if she used to sell opposite, and she said, yes, for more than 30 years already ...
I have finally found the stall that I have been looking for all this while :-)

There are 3 versions of ban chang kueh sold here - super thin crispy, normal fold over and the thick version

Foodie's Choice - Super thin crispy and normal foldover with peanuts, corn and brown sugar

goes super well with kopi O at nearby coffee shop

Old couple at work with a clientele for more than 30 years

Every bite of it was a moment down memory lane for me ...

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