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Sunday, 3-Dec-2006 12:23 Email | Share | Bookmark

Cendol Kuala Kangsar!
They said some best cendol are here...
Sotong Kangkung... Okay!
Nasi Ayam, look nice???
But it's not the best....
But it's cheap!
This food court near the Arena...
Yong Tau Foo...
Let's try it....
I think, Sotong Kangkung was better!
Both Came from the same stall...
Quite many customers though!
Wonderful food inside the Rest House!
and wonderful external view from Rest House...
This is really good! Worth the money...
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I went to Kuala Kangsar last weekend with my parents. We went there to look for Door Gifts for my sister’s wedding. But for me, it was another good food hunting opportunity.

We arrived in Kuala Kangsar at noon. Good timing for a good lunch. I was very optimistic. So, we visited Restoran Yeop Helmi near the Sungai Perak. They served us nasi campur. Sambal udang was not bad, but the pricing reminded me of KL. Our meals were too expensive for something so and so. We paid at the average of RM5.00 per plate of Nasi Campur and drinks. This is Kuala Kangsar or Kuala Lumpur?

That evening I went to the Medan Cendol & Laksa. There were about 5 Cendol makers there. I got confuse about which one is the best. Luckily, one local guy showed to me the original Kuala Kangsar Cendol maker. An Indian or maybe a Mamak, I don’t know. I tried it but end up frustrating. The cendol was nowhere comparable to the great cendol of Kuala Pilah. I was studying at a boarding school in Kuala Pilah for 2 years, and I know what is called a great cendol.

Later at night, I had Nasi Ayam, Sotong Kangkung and Yong Tau Foo at a food court near the Arena. Nasi Ayam was lousy, Yong Tau Foo was so and so, but the Sotong Kangkung was okay. It wasn’t my favourite but it’s okay!

The next morning, I had Cakoi for breakfast. The Cakoi stall was located near the Perak River too. After a frustrating day I finally found something that suits my tongue. The Cakoi were good and I ate it quite a lot without its sauce.

As we checkout our hotel in the afternoon, we decided to have lunch at The Kuala Kangsar Rest House. I didn’t ask for anything, as I wasn’t really hungry because of too much cakois. My father had a plate of Nasi Goreng Kampung for RM4.50. Yes, it was expensive! But, to my surprise, the Nasi Goreng Kampung tasted wonderful. We were forgotten about the price because we really loved it! It was a first class Nasi Goreng Kampung. It was like a fairy tale with a very happy ending in Kuala Kangsar. The Rest House made my trip worth it. If you go to Kuala Kangsar, I strongly recommend this beautiful Nasi Goreng Kampung as long as the cook remains there.


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