Featured on: The Star - February 2009
Located: Roadside stall next to Econjaya
(The Star published "EconSAVE", not true ... its EconJAYA!)
Add: Jalan Raja Muda Musa, Port Klang
Opening hours: 8pm - 11:30pm (Closed on Sundays)
Confidently and very promptly making the Tong Yuen, this girl and her dad, who have been operating here for over 20 years. The "coloured strings" are to denote peanut (red) or sesame (green) if you ta-pow them home!
Tong Yuen (RM$1 a bowl of 2 balls, this is a steal for a bit of heaven!) with a choice of either filling:
(1) Crushed peanut
(2) Chee Mah / Black sesame
And you even have a choice of either Ginger syrup or Palm syrup broth!
I was intrigued by what I thought was a large tong yuen, turned out to be a Hainanese cake called "Bek Tak Buak". RM$0.50 each for a plainboiled dumpling (minimum order of two), eaten with fragrant grated coconut whichis cooked in palm sugar, ground peanuts and sugar.
BEWARE! This stall seriously doesn't get along with the nearby Kon Loh Mee stall, if you choose to only eat Tong Yuen make sure you sit on the SQUARE TABLES, whilst Kon Loh Mee only serves their noodles on the ROUND TABLES!