kEROPOK ,A popular and the most visible fried snack in Terengganu, the keropok is made of fish meat, ground to a paste, and mixed with sago. Coming in two main different forms, the long chewy ones are called 'lekor', while the thin, crispy ones are called 'keping'. Keropok is best eaten hot with its special chili dip.more
Its a must to stop and having a cup of local brewed coffee at this famous 'kopitiam'(coffeeshop).being operated from 1940 and had branches in kuantan and KL. The aroma was just nice. Not thick, but its strong enough to make you wanna have another cup.try Their roti bakar (toasted bread with butter and kaya )and you will stop again next time when...more
In Kemaman ,you can watch how the famous "keropok lekor"or local fish sausages made.Made by combining fish flesh and sago, keropok lekor is rolled into long firm sticks and then steamed or boiled. To enjoy it, one has to cut it into desired bite sized and deep friedmore
One of the reasons I prefer this home made traditional coffee to the famous coffee like Coffeebean or Starbuck is that the coffee brewed wouldn't make me feel headache after drinking it. The mild coffee aroma and the right sweetener and creamer makes the coffee perfect. I addict to it after my first mouthful of the coffee.Hai Peng Coffee @...more
This coffee house was established since 1940. They serve very delicious home made coffee. The specialty is coffee and toast bread spread with kaya (a sweet creamy spread made from coconut milk and eggs). There is also some other local snacks like nasi lemak (rice cooked in coconut milk), curry puff, keropok (fried fish crackers).more
Delicious food although it was a very simple and plain stuff.. like bread, coffee...It does give me a memory of old days sitting in a local "kopi" shop.. of cause they having alatest packaging which showing in the pix below.. plastic cup with sealling on top... not like old days... plastic glass... but they do search "Kopi" hot one like old days......more
Crab meat is extracted from shell and mix with some fish meat and other ingredients like spring onions and eggs. Then the mixed paste is filled back to the crab shell. The crab shell filling is quite meaty and tasty. RM6 per stuffed crab. Beside stuffed crab, you can also order their crab meat fried rice which is quite delicious.You can also savour...more
This is a popular Kopitiam (coffeeshop) among the locals and was established since 1940. You can see all races enjoying the universal food here like coffee and toasts. This is a typical coffeeshop with some added touch of nostalgia as you can see some antique collections displaying in the shop.Beside their famous traditional Hai Peng coffee, you...more
What to buy:
Keropok ikan (fish crackers). They are in dried and varied forms and are sold by weight or in packets. Dry under the sun before frying to make the crackers crunchier. If you like, you can also buy the sauce for dipping. Try their keropok lekor (ready-to-eat fish crackers) which you can find at roadside stalls.
What to pay: RM1 for 5 fish crackers.