Monday, December 10, 2018

Sea Park Dessert OUG

Lor Mai Fan (MYR 2.50 nett), Pork Noodle with lots of vege and herbs (MYR 7 nett) and 2 bowls of dessert (tong sui) at MYR 2.50 nett (bubur cha cha and barli ginkgo bean curd sheets). Total: MYR 14.50 nett for 2 pax and as we used a mobile app e-wallet to pay this bill, we were given 50 cents cashback.

From a Yam Cake poster on the wall, I noticed that this shop has two branches - a stall in Kedai Kopi Khoong, Sea Park, PJ and a stall in Hong Kopitiam, Desa Sri Hartamas. I realised that I have been to the branch in Sea Park a few times to buy their desserts.

Storefront in OUG

A closer look: It says "Sea Park Dessert Since 1969". I will be back to try the yam cake.

14 comments:

  1. Lots of greens, good for health!

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  2. Look like healthy meal. Hope you give it yam cake a try next time.

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  3. Definitely love to try the pork noodles! xoxo

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  4. Having craving for desserts (tong sui) now

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  5. I hope to read about the yam cake should you try it because I love yam cake.

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    1. Will write about it if I get to try it. Have you tried making your own yam cake? You are a good cook so the yam cake that you make should be tasty.

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  6. You didn't order the yam cake to try? I love yam and would most likely order some yam cake, glutinous rice and tong sui. I am now looking for good tong sui.

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    1. No, did not order this time because the lor mai fan is enough for me.

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  7. Looks good! I'd have ordered the yam cake anyway and tapao-ed if cannot finish.

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    1. Oh, good that you will also take away those unfinished food.

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