Tuesday, July 21, 2015

Gui Ling Gao

Herbal Jelly (big) MYR12

We choose Cold version

All the herbs used are listed on this board

All their outlets look the same

Koong Woh Tong at Jaya mall (PJ)

28 comments:

  1. I've tried these herbal jellies before, but they're not something I enjoy.

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    1. You don't like the bitter taste?

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  2. Not into these. Always attracted by the fragrance of the herbal eggs at such places but somehow, I never stopped to try.

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    1. Let me think. I don't think this place sells herbal eggs.

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  3. I like guai ling gao, but the real ones could taste a bit bitter.. Whereas the normal ones in supermarket taste like leong fun, sweet.. But both also I like..

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    1. Both also are supposed to be very cooling to the body.

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  4. I do patronize this chain often, mostly to get their herbal tea with medicated powder.. less for the "gui ling gao".. :)

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    1. The very bitter Wong Lo Kat herbal tea?

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  5. Their original shop is the one in Petaling Street right? I always went there for the herbal tea as a kid. I hated their gui ling gao though, even with honey, it is super bitter! >.<

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    1. I am not sure which one is the original shop but they have many outlets in Petaling Street too. The herbal tea I guess you drank the sweet one instead of the super bitter Wong Lo Kat which is more bitter than the gui ling gao.

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  6. have not ate that long time already. Nice to have when sore throat

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  7. This is one thing I don't eat!!!

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    1. Have you ever tried eating it?

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    2. Yes, one mouthful and that was it! >.<

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    3. You did not eat with the syrup provided? I eat them bitter, no syrup.

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  8. I love gui ling gao. 1st time tasted it in Petaling street during college days.

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    1. You don't mind the bitter taste?

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  9. I've never tried gui ling gao. I heard that it is bitter.

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    1. You heard right. It is bitter but not as bitter as the Wong Lo Kat drink.

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  10. Herbal Jelly doesn't sound good to me LOL.. it's probably bitter in taste like Green tea but I do love that cute tea pot though ^_^

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    1. It is bitter but not very bitter. If you can drink bitter coffee, you would be able to stand the bitterness of this herbal jelly.

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  11. I've never sat down in this shop. Just stand downing a bowl of the herbal tea.

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    1. So you never eat gui ling gao here?

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  12. I used to eat them bitter and poured some syrup to sweeten. Then my wife came along and told me horror stories about the water turtles. I have retired. Lol

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    1. I don't think they use water turtles here. Maybe a long time ago but not any more. Just herbs.

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