Bidor's quick fix

Bidor is a mini town off the North-South Highway and a popular stop for transit travellers on R & D ( Recharge & Discharge ) before the last lap to Pangkor Island. Here you can pick up quite a variety of the famed chicken biscuits, fresh mountain produce , organic , genuine or otherwise ( petai , durians and some other fruits like the seedless guava & red jambu ).

There is a particularly interesting and extremely busy restaurant called Pun Chun getting all the limelight. This is the one with the the large family crowds outside (getting hassled ), inside(begging for the lost wanton mee or the aphrodisiacal brown duck ) and beyond (Q-ing to let-go).
If you can't stand the incessant ( or irritating) Durian Man outside ( he will entice you no end with the piercing aroma of the golden fruit ) , then you can always go deeper to the terrible inside ( alongside the noisy Mama screaming to the overhyperactive kids just before the mis-impatient Papa shouts to the deaf waiters one last time ).

Well, we got our share over a cuppa traditional bitter black coffee creamee to perfection by the King himself (no less) thank you very much.
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Comments

Nic (KHKL) said…
kopi+durian+duck? quick fix? makes "i'm lovin' it" sounds like a midget...

durians are like amulets that keep hungry ghosts like me far far away...
aiyoh..how come u seem to specialise in interstate restaurants 1 ar?
tigerfish said…
I don't mind the durian man. Prefer them to screaming Mamas and shouting Papas...definitely. I rather "stink" myself to death with durians :P
Imbi & Itchy said…
my dad use to stop in bidor for food whenever we use to trunk road to balik kampung (penang) and i still remember the duck noodle and hokkien mee they serve there. very different from the KL ones .. it was decicious and fragrant, and i misssss those days.
wmw said…
Pun Chun....love the woo kok there!