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11.01.2010 | 街頭捕飛

有時會諗點解fine-dining喺馬來西亞唔普遍?? 我覺得最大原因係我哋嘅街頭美食, 又平又靚又正.. 與其拘謹手握刀叉, 擔心舊扒飛落對面女士乳溝中(=.=")嘅攞爆場面, 好多人都寧願選擇踎喺大排檔用手食雞肶嗰種無拘無束.. 我覺得, 食得安心先叫做係食得開心..

i sometimes wonder why fine-dining is not common here.. one major reason must be the street food we have, cheap and nice and delicious.. instead of gingerly holding your forks and knives in a high-end restaurant, and at the same time so worry about your steak flying out of your plate and land on the cleavage of the lady in front of you (=.="), i would think many would prefer to be more relaxed eating that piece of generous whole chicken leg using hands on the scruffy street side.. i think, to be able to eat happily is to be able to eat comfortably..

*****************************************因為睇到博友uLi一篇貼文, 引發我前往呢條「為食街」嘅慾念.. 週日晚, 逼爆人..
my desire drove me here for food after reading blogger uLi's post.. crowded on a sunday night..

咖喱腸粉+豬皮, 腸粉麻麻不過咖喱同豬皮好正(RM3.80).. 豬雜粥, 好好味(RM4.00).. 炸雞翼, 拍得住KFC味道, 排咗十分鐘隊先買到(RM2.00隻).. 炒蘿蔔糕, 都係普普通通水準啫, 都唔明個攤主憑咩咁囂囉(RM4.00)..
curry chee cheong fun with pig's skin, chee cheong fun is nothing but i love the curry pig's skin (RM3.80).. pork & organs congee, very nice indeed (RM4.00).. fried chicken, so close to KFC, queued up for 10min for this (RM2.00 each).. fried carrot cake, very normal indeed but can't understand why the owner is so arrogant (RM4.00)..
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69 comments:

  1. 其他原因:
    冇錢、文化水準、很多人唔食得non-halal嘢。。。

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  2. 我都好钟意街边小食,但系因为食素,就无你地感多野食咯。:(

    得闲约埋我去阿嘛!

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  3. hey, i m a wei-sek-kai fans also~ haha ... let's go together

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  4. i prefer to eat chicken with my fingers too..fingers licking good!

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  5. yaloh.. i also prefer go pasar malam, but ofcoz if got ppl treat me go expensive place to eat, i am ok also.. hahah..

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  6. Fine dining is all right once in awhile. Good fun is usually found in less glamorous establishments...like old kopitiams, run-down stalls where food quality is more important than ambience.

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  7. I meant good food...hhaha. Typo error.

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  8. yeap, the importance of enjoying good food is to enjoy it at your comfort! hehee..sometimes fine dinning is a bit pressuring though. lol...:)

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  9. 我还以为这个地方叫为食街。。。。原来是蔬菜街。

    他的炸鸡非常好吃

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  10. [SK] I really lol when I read "your steak flying out of your plate..[..]" oh my goodness luckily no one is around me else thought I went cuckoo over the weekend. Great joker. Used to wonder a lot during our younger days on fine dining. Those days can't google for info as most of us squat to eat by the roadside one hehe. How to 'saw' the chicken, left or right hand on the knife, can eat the bun dunked into mushroom soup, napkin should be on the lap or around the neck etc. One classic case, friend said those kwailo eat without opening their mouth. "What the heck, what talking you" all of us boo-ed that poor guy. "How to eat without opening the mouth, how to put the food in, you 38 ah?" "Aiya its when chewing the food, the mouth must be closed and without making those 'chup chup sound'" advised the wiser friend. Sigh..OIC. Think squating is still the most relaxing..haha

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  11. 呢街曾经係我拍拖既地方 嘻嘻....

    咖飯猪粉似必吃既重要加多点虾米

    猪杂粥已在Kl卖少見少 摆得落口既重少 下次不防試下她地既燉蛋

    另一檔既豬内粉都唔錯架

    炸雞係果到既一绝 由其係炸雞杂同雞殻 真係正到爆

    炒糕已大不如前 自从他们老爸去左之后

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  12. havent been to that pasar malam before, but there r lots nice food around that area :)
    i also prefer street food over fine dining, i guess whether to fine dine or street dine depends on the occasion, company etc...

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  13. Bro what a great day to start the week when the steak go flying into cleavage and not someone plate next table? haha. Heard a waiter was holding on the steak with his thumb and the customer was obviously not happy at all, said the waiter "You want it to fall a second time on the floor?".

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  14. Once again, we'd make wonderful eating partners. I oso wanna sapu all! hehe
    +Ant+

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  15. Same here bro. I think I prefer to eat my drumbstick with my bare hands. Munch! Munch!

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  16. hehe, i never go thr b4 lel....nx time find a time and call ppl accompany me go thr....

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  17. i makan style kampung jer... maklumlah, budak kampung kan? hahahhahahaha

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  18. 街边小食我都好钟意架, 有时唔一定贵餐厅就代表好食. 我觉得越唔健康嘅嘢就越好食.

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  19. I love street food too, especially those in Penang :-p

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  20. Fine dining for business entertainment ok lah!

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  21. 我也很喜歡去吃那些可以吃得很開心,又不用那麽拘謹的食物:)呵呵,吃西餐真的常常會發生那種肉會不小心彈出來的危險==

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  22. khengsiong:
    non-halal同fine-dining有咩關係呢其實?? 其實呢啲大排檔, 咪就係我哋嘅文化囉, 你話係唔係?? :p

    C'est la vie:
    我其實係鐘意見到多種類選擇, 可以一次過試唔同嘅食, 所以街邊小食係我至愛囉.. 唉, 你轉行食葷啦, 咁咪多姿多彩囉, 呵呵!! :p

    L²:
    haha, really?? actually that was my first time there only.. don't want to be DS & your lightbulb lah, kekekeke :p

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  23. 单身汉:
    我帶你?? 不如話你帶我去仲好?? 呵呵.. :)

    wenn:
    haha, yeah, and don't you find eating with your bare fingers is actually more flavourful?? :D

    Donna:
    haha, of course lah, if got people buy me food at expensive high end restaurant i also won't hesitate to go lah.. :p

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  24. Mei Teng:
    yeah, but really only once in a while.. those less glamorous place and run-down stalls are actually another version of "fine-dining", zero presentation zero ambience but absolute taste.. haha.. :)

    Gabriel:
    yeah, you catch the point.. actually not just about eating, it's more fun to do anything at our comfort level.. fine-dining, let me think, have i ever been to any?? :p

    Wois:
    坊間應該是通稱為「為食街」啦, 不過你要正確的路命就是「蔬菜街」囉.. 炸雞真的很像KFC的味道囉..

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  25. Bananazക:
    haha, i don't know why but that picture just came into my mind when i wrote this post.. luckily you didn't embarrass yourself in office, hehehe.. hmmm, not only fine-dining, since young my parents have already train me not to make any noise when chewing things in my mouth and when sipping soup or drinks, it's actually some kind of table manners.. but really there's a lot of things to learn for a good table manner in a high end restaurant, pressurising enough yeah?? that is why, most of us would prefer to enjoy in a more run-down streetside stall right, nobody will laugh at how you eat your food..

    tagnan:
    真係?? 估唔到鐵兄你竟然係「為食街」老饕喎.. 我都係第一次去咋, 失禮晒.. 係囉, 我想食燉蛋架, 不過搵唔到囉, 係檔粥賣架咩?? 下次我哋唔好去星星飲咖啡喇, 不如就呢都飲糖水啦..

    the happy go lucky one:
    i don't think that is a pasar malam but instead just selling food.. this was also my first time being there, after reading uLi's post.. i was so excited when i reached there, wow, impressed by the crowd and the many stalls, but cannot afford to try everything lor..

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  26. CheaHS@n:
    haha, if somebody can make it flying to somebody else's plate then that would be real cool "kungfu" don't you think so?? haha.. and was that a real story about the waiter holding on the steak with his thumbs?? :p

    Gratitude:
    haha, but you think you are capable of sapu-ing all the food varieties in that street?? hehe, and i thot you only like buffet steamboat~~ :p

    Tekkaus:
    of course bro, drumsticks are always best to eat with bare hands.. and after that, lick your fingers clean.. :p

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  27. thomas:
    it was also my first time there, because read about it from a blogger's post and arouse my desire so much.. should go and try, the food are nice there.. :)

    Medie007:
    errr, not really, i remember dining with you in Chili's!! hehe, oooopss, actually to us Chili's is considered "fine dining" already kan?? :p

    Chris:
    係咩?? 街邊咁熱, 你得咩?? 仲以為你姿整一定要冷氣添.. 咁下次我哋一於去食糖水算啦, 慳皮啊.. :D

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  28. Grass:
    hmmm, you make me miss the penang food already.. i still can't forget the fruit rojak i once had there.. :(

    Pete:
    err, i am not a businessman so really no chance for fine-dining for business entertainment.. in fact, come to think about it, have i been to any fine-dining before?? :p

    summer:
    哈哈, 當然你也可以選擇去那些比較輕鬆的西餐廳啊, 我覺得也不錯的.. 可能就是那個氣氛, 食物的賣相和用料的強求度沒有那麼嚴謹吧.. 我是草根之民, 偶而去fine-dining一下都可以喇, 不過還是覺得大剌剌地用餐比較開心囉.. :)

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  29. The first one is my fav too. Unfortunately, pig skin is rare these days. LOL at your comment on #4. Maybe he thinks he serves the best in KL.

    SK, good of you to quote the price of each dish - gives us some idea of food there in Pudu. I think the first dish is a little too pricey. No?

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  30. i went there once~~
    hope to go there again!!

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  31. Fine dining is nice! I like but cannot afford!

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  32. I like not so fine dining too! More affordable.

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  33. But I also like to eat in comfort, so if eat in hot weather and sweating and all, also not for me.

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  34. Owner of the fried carrot cake so arrogant? Must be very tasty lah. What? You find normal only? Then why need to be so arrogant? Skip lah : )

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  35. There's one hokkien mee seller in Section 17 PJ also very arrogant. But his hokkien mee is nice, so can arrogant a bit lah, haha

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  36. But I won't buy from him cos he's so arrogant. I just ask someone to buy for me. Hahaha!

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  37. [foongpc] cannot help but lol, what is the difference when someone buys for you, cooked by the same pair of arrogant hands, at the least you don't have to see his face.

    [SK] the waiter thingy with the thumb on the steak was a joke:p

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  38. 好提意 就咁決定啦

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  39. i am a terribly lazy kinda person.. dont like to inconvenience myself driving far or waiting jus for food. if the owner is arrogant i would jus walk off :)

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  40. 街頭捕飛? haha remember the 街頭捕飛 we had in Hong Kong in 2001/2? That led me to high fever yo~~~ then your chicken porridge ha ha ...

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  41. I miss this place lo. Been there few times. The chee cheung fun and porridge are nice. Never tried the chicken wing and carrot cake though. Shall we gather there next time? Hehe..

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  42. 你仲话係第一次帮衬呢个夜市,而我就孤陋寡闻唔知道有呢个夜市添,真係失礼死人!呢几日我心情靓到飞起,有时仲傻傻地眯住嘴笑!!横掂我胃口咁好,揾日过去帮衬你介绍果个夜市,到时请埋你同铁男一起饮糖水食燉蛋都无所谓喎!哈哈!

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  43. I have only eaten Curry and Chee Cheong Fan separately.

    It should go well together, though I don't take pig skin.

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  44. wow....u really go for it after reading uli's blog....i will get her to bring me there to makan...hahaha...really not familiar with this area....

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  45. 大哥,我都不是那边的人,点带你?

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  46. HappySurfer:
    yeah, normal without pig's skin is only RM2.80, they charge RM1.00 for that little pig's skin which i think it's a bit expensive.. but no doubt it is very nice..

    kc:
    haha, nice place isn't it?? i think i'm gonna go there more often.. :p

    foongpc:
    yeah, i also prefer to eat more comfortably.. fine-dining, come to think of it, i don't think i have really been to any, what a shame!! haha, i just want to try how nice the food is and what makes him so arrogant.. and the answer is, just very normal standard, and he is arrogant maybe because he has the monopoly of that street.. SS17 hokkien mee?? i have not heard that before, really nice??

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  47. CheaHS@n:
    hahaha, i supposed that a joke too.. cos i don't think the waiter in a high end restaurant will talk to customer like that :)

    tagnan:
    呢個提議好呀哩.. 就咁啦, 我哋先去大炒叫餸食飯, 跟住再去呢都食甜品..

    Bengbeng:
    normally i won't have the patience to wait or queue too.. but since it was my first time there, i really want to find out how nice the food is.. :)

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  48. csws:
    haha, of course i remember that lor, and i know it's because of that 煎釀三寶 that make you sick lor.. so if you really stopover HK in june, are you going to do that again?? haha, then it'll be MNG's turn to make you the chicken porridge lah~~ :D

    KY:
    aiyoh, looks like many of you have been to this place, so popular one.. yeah, i love the porridge lor, next time we go there gathering lah.. no need everytime also high class place de, i've suggested Tagnan to go there have 糖水.. :)

    edward:
    我都係見人哋個blog提起, 我先突然間好有興致要去見識囉.. 唔緊要, 我哋可以搵日去殺個片地不留嘅, 呵呵!! 最近你心情好, 叫埋你個朋友一齊出嚟dep糖水啦不如, 呵呵.. :p

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  49. Shingo T:
    haha, it's very common here to have curry chee cheong fun actually.. i think you should give it a try, the pig's skin is add-on you can opt that out..

    vialentino:
    haha, of course, after i read the post i straight away have the urge to go, and so i did on Sunday.. actually it's not difficult to reach there, just along Jalan Pudu after Caltex and before the round-about next to Maybank.. :)

    单身汉:
    呵呵, 不好意思啊.. 一時口快快講錯話.. :p

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  50. Delicious post,hope to try curry pig skin someday:)

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  51. 好好吃啊!!
    哈哈^6

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  52. 鸡翅膀!!
    我的最爱~

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  53. yeah i love street food... cheap fast and yummy :) penang street food also nice!!

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  54. i love eating comfort foods like those, me and my bestfriend used to call it as "foodtrip" when we go out on our way for street foods. Nothing fancy but sure satisfying

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  55. i have eaten everything on ur pics there hahahh especially the fried chicken, they are just delicious rite? and the curry chee cheong fun...btw i didnt see that old lady selling the chee cheong fun anymore...is she errr...u know? and the fried chicken boss oso seldom see him there oredi...but had made tonnes of money and shaking his LP at home now hahahha

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  56. 哈哈,我都想叫埋佢出嚟同大家SAY哈囉,问题係佢成日为咗事业博杀,我有时想见佢都难!虽讲做朋友未必需要时常见面,但係口口声声讲净係想做朋友但又唔想见面,咁就真係有问题喎!我虽然对佢“痴心一片”,但係仲好清醒!见步行步,顺其自然罢!讲下讲下,肚饿添!SK,我地快啲揾日去医番饱个肚,先至再慢慢讲囉!哈哈!

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  57. Kelvin:
    haha, yeah a delicious one.. the curry pig skin is nice, can try.. :)

    天王之子:
    對囉, 好吃啊, 吃到很滿足哦.. :p

    LAURENCE:
    他們的炸雞做得很像KFC, 每天都大排長龍的.

    fufu:
    yeah, i love street food too.. and this is a good place where you can find a big variety of them :)

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  58. Ayie:
    haha, and have you actually been to the real "Food Trip" elsewhere, where your only intention is to go find food instead of going sight-seeing?? that would be fun i guess, haha..

    manglish:
    errr, this was my very first time there, so i really have no idea of the history.. nope, i didn't see an old lady selling the chee cheong fun, was a middle-aged woman doing that actually.. and same to the fried carrot cake, it's not an old man but a younger one.. i dunno who is the boss for the fried chicken, a chinese uncle??

    edward:
    哎呀, 工作啫, 唔駛咁搏殺嘅, 你同你朋友講應該畀自己私人空間同時間, 吊頸都要抖一抖氣啦係嘛?? 真係戥你悽涼啊, 不過最緊要就好似你話齋, "愛"都要愛得清醒, 最緊要係你開心同愛惜自己就好喇.. 所以有機會去呢條為食街, 應該獎勵自己食兩隻大雞肶囉, 呵呵~~ :p

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  59. 好想食腸粉咖喱豬皮,經典地道美食。

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  60. yalor... i like to go there eat too!

    cheap meh? hehehe

    but what i scare is hot place!

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  61. Wow...you really went there :) Good Good :) And thanks for link to my post :)

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  62. Good to eat in a place with lots of food variety to choose from.

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  63. wow, what a delicious post!! i love fried carrot cake, and the fried chicken seems so tasty from your description!! must go and try~~ :p

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  64. 海市蜃樓:
    新加坡冇呢啲咁嘅嘢食?? 我覺得個腸粉麻麻, 反而係個咖哩豬皮好味啲囉..

    CH Voon:
    err, not cheap but not expensive also.. the only one i think it's expensive is the curry chee cheong fun with pig skin.. still ok lah, at night not too hot lor..

    uLi.佑莉:
    haha, of course lah!! i already told you i will go there, but too bad not immediately that night itself lah.. :p

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  65. Pete:
    oh yes, i actually prefer a place with variety of food to choose from.. that's why this is just a nice place, all types of food in a single place..

    victor:
    yeah, the fried chicken is quite nice, and people are queuing for it!! carrot cake, just normal only.. :)

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  66. 新加坡有雲吞面撈甜醬或者茄汁,問你點吃?!

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  67. Oh, I haven't been to Jalan Sayur before. Only know about Jalan Alor!

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  68. 海市蜃樓:
    咁你可以叫uncle唔好落甜醬茄汁架嘛, 一唔係咪索性唔好食囉, simple right?? :D

    jam:
    hmmm, Jalan Alor has been too tourist centric and commercialised, food are expensive there!! so next time head to Jalan Sayur, this would be a better choice.. :p

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