Here is another place that I went for food hunt in Teluk Intan. Restoran Xin Qian Shui Wan is a shop with many Chinese street food that only opens at night. The price for the food is quite affordable but since it was in 2016 I just cannot remember the exact price for the food. Please excuse me since I can't remember much having too much to do and I am just not really an organised person.
There are many choices and everything is good in Restoran Xin Qian Shui Wan, Teluk Intan, Perak, Malaysia =). So, here is the Chinese street food to try in Teluk Intan, Perak, Malaysia. You can also something like this in Penang and other place since it is Chinese food XD. I am recommending some of the food that I like.
Popiah basah is literary translated to wet salad. People here just called it popiah. This is not the fruit salad but it contains bean sprout, crunchy crackers, red sauce, tofu and vegetables. It might look small on the picture but eating one is going to make you full. I really like because the sauce is very well blended with all the vegetables and it taste good although it is just vegetable
Laksa here is one of the best in Teluk Intan. It has the sweet sour taste with a lot of ingredients in it. There is fish in it which is hard to find now. If you like spicy, then laksa should be something to try.
|Prawn cracker and yam cakes|
Prawn cracker and yam cakes. The yellow one is the prawn cracker which is also one of my favourite Chinese street food. This is particular delicious. The yam cake is soft and nice. Chinese Yam cake is unlike western cakes which is sweet. Chinese cakes are not sweet. They are mostly either bland, a bit salty or very tone down.
|Prawn cracker and yam cakes|
|char keow teow|
Char keow teow which is stir-fried ricecake strips which is really good. It is the only one that I will eat with beansprouts in it because I dislike bean sprouts cooked in other ways. The portion is small but it is really good and comes on banana leaves. Make sure to try it when you are in Malaysia.
Ham chien or cockles omelette. It is a pretty common Chinese street food which I usually do not eat since I do not like cockles. I usually eat the oyster omelette or the lala omelette. They are pretty good and smell good.
|Luo han guo|
|Restoran Xin Qian Shui Wan|
So, here is the shop that will open only at night. I am sorry that I couldn't take the best photo since everyone is starting at me taking photos.
It is opposite the Eu Yan Sang, Antek Avenue and on the same row as Syarikat Soon Hin Elektrik No. 1680A, Jalan Sultan Abdullah, Perak, 36000 Teluk Intan, Perak, Malaysia
Restoran Xin Qian Shui Wan
Jalan Sultan Abdullah,
Teluk Intan, Perak, Malaysia
Product retails for
The price of food are between RM5-RM10.
Drinks are between RM1.50- RM3
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