Friday, February 17, 2012

Cendol

Cendol in stainless steel bowl
Once a while, hubby and I will visit this shop next to the Seremban's Triangle Square (Sam Kok Tei) to have our favourite cendol. I like the cendol to be served in the stainless steel bowl. It preserved the coldness of the cendol and always gave me a kind of 'Ummph' feeling. 


Cendol with red beans
The gula melaka being used are thick and fragrant unlike some other stall's are too diluted. I always like my cendol to mix with red beans. Yummy delicious cendol !

22 comments:

  1. Oh, I know where... it's HS, the green building! This is our favourite cendol so far, and we just had it last weekend :) Their business is so good until now self-service already, no more sit and be served.

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  2. Chloe ~ Yes yes yes ! That;s the one! The green building! It is the best cendol I had so far. Really delicious. But didn't know it is self service now. Must visit the shop soon. i missed the taste.

    Angeline ~ hmm...confinement over dy, can go and enjoy. :D

    P & p mum ~ Really yummy especially they use the stainless steel bowl.

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  3. oh.. I always love the one in Seremban market.. yummy!! Whenever I am back at market, I will surely have a bowl..

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  4. I love cendol too! We have a few famous here ;)

    Feel like having a bowl now, the weather here is freaking hot!

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  5. I love cendol also, especiall on hot days.

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  6. I love those served in stainless steel bowl too! But I still cannot find any good one nearby my place :(

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  7. i like cendol a lot! and must have red beans too..

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  8. This bowl of cendol is just perfect for the weather.... I prefer mine without red bean :D

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  9. oh man...now I really feel like having a bowl of chendol. Yummy!

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  11. wow, looks very rich and yummy!! they seems to give a lot cendol and red beans.. nice nice!!

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  12. I like cendol too. I normally buy cendol from Indian Rojak stall.

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  13. Cynthia ~ The one we used to buy from the market was not there anymore. Next time, u try to buy from this shop.

    Hayley ~ Nice to eat especially during the hot weather.

    Sheoh Yan ~ ya ya... suitable weather to eat.

    chinnee ~ More ummphh ya. haha

    mummy-j ~ red beans are the best combination. Hubby love his to have mixed ingredient like corn, nasi pulut, etc.

    yvonne ~ Oh...u don't like red bean ?

    Mommy Chumsy ~ haha...looking at the picture, I also felt like having a bowl !

    wenn ~ i love both cendol and ABC

    [SK] ~ Yes...very rich. The gula melaka was also very delicious.

    Mummy Moon ~ I think KL have a lot of those road side selling in a mini lorry. Some are quite delicious.

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  14. It certainly looks so lemak. Slurpsssss!!!!

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  15. Can't find good cendol here in KK!! Looking at the picture makes me drooling!

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  16. I like Malaysian cendol! But no need red beans.

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  17. Cendol is one of my favourite dessert! I love the cendol at Madam Kwan's. Can't find anywhere in KL that's equally nice wor...

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  18. stp ~ I'm craving for one bowl now...

    MommyAngel ~ Really don't have ? Then when u r in Peninsular, make sure u have a bowl before going back. haha

    SP ~ With red beans, the cendol tasted better. Some even put nasi pulut and jagung. I don't like that combinations.

    BoeyJoey ~ Really? Then I will have to try that one of the day.

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