Thursday, April 24, 2014

Durian Cendol

The other day, while on our way home from work, we overheard the radio was discussing on where to eat the best cendol. Once hubby heard the word 'cendol', he couldn't help it and quickly told me he wanted to have a bowl. Not a problem at all as Seremban have quite a number of cendol stalls around the town.

Durian cendol @ RM3.50
The lady told us they do served durian cendol and hubby was more happy to give it a try. We were surprised they used fresh fruit instead of the artificial flavouring. The durian flesh was bitter-sweet and it was so delicious. I love cendol to be served in stainless steel bowl.

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  1. I like cendol. Anything but durian flavour. Hehe.

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    1. I love cendol too.... especially those Melaka ones which they used the pure Gula Melaka. It was sooooo fragrance.

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  2. I should try Seremban cendol when I go there for a run. ;)

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    1. Come come..... the cendol here are quite delicious. But I still prefer the Melaka ones with pure gula Melaka. haha

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  3. ah, i like this spot on and instantaneous and sporting and impromptu go cari makan thing!! a very nice experience, and probably taste even nicer than planned ones!! :)

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    1. haha......hubby never like to plan because when he seriously planned for something, somehow we can't make it. Without plan, we just goes with the flow.....

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  4. the cendol certainly looks good with fresh durian.. but then sorry ah, i don't eat durian lah, if want to belanja me that, please don't get any durian to even touch my cendol, haha~~ :D

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    1. It is true, the smell can be quite overwhelming with the one scoop of durian flesh. hahaha.....i can imagine SK covering his nose and mouth !

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  5. yeah, served in stainless steel bowl seems to be nicer and more cooling right?? nice to have a bowl especially when the weather is so hot recently..

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    1. I love presentation on food. Just like having noodles, I like they use those 'kai kong wun' (bowl with cock picture) and wood chopsticks. The noodle somehow tasted better.

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  6. RM3.50, quite expensive huh?? if without durian, just the normal ones, how much?? i also don't like too many things they put in now, got cendol got sweet corn got pulut, i will ask to not have all those, don't mind red beans though.. :)

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    1. I also finds it expensive. Normally, a simple bowl of cendol cost RM1.20. But those are roadside stalls la....if inside a shop, should be more expensive gua.

      Same here, I prefer mind with red beans only. Never like the other condiments.

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  7. Not a fan of durian, but a fan of cendol! I always order cendol if it's available in the menu.. Especially when we go eat at Nyonya or Penang restaurants.. Yummzzz.. Oohh, we always buy our cendol (and Indian rojak) from the van at SS15 over here... Syiok !!

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    1. Cendol always come with Indian rojak. haha.....

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  8. I don't eat durian, so I will still prefer the original cendol ;)

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    1. I eat durian but just like you, I prefer the original cendol. haha.... especially with red beans. Nice.

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  9. wow, looks very tasty indeed! i also like to eat cendor!

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  10. Oooooo.....looks so good, so alluring!!!! I had pulut cendol before, never durian. Slurpssss!!!!!

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    1. I never like pulut in my cendol. Like eating rice in soup. So weird. haha

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    2. no la...the pulut they give very little punya...just one sudu only

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  11. ni la baru authentic......saw cendoldurian in melaka....one famous shop but using thick syrup. tak best

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    1. Ya...had that in Melaka and not nice except for the gula melaka they used tasted good. Haha......This one, really authentic durian flesh.

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  12. Ooh, looks good! Where is this cendol place? Would love to try this in my next trip home. So far we always go to Haji Sharif only...

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    1. It is at the Chicken Rice Ball Ball (behind CIMB) opposite Hup Key. You won't miss that cute ABC machine as it is decorated with cow's design (black and white).

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  13. I love durian, but not sure what's the taste once in cendol flavor!!!

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    1. Taste superb ! haha...... The whole bowl of cendol will have strong durian aromas.

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  14. not sure u know or not, the famous one in batu is nice too. very difren taste from all other cendol tat i eat before.

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  15. Love this..want to dive into the cendol jor.,

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