harsh, hot, humid, homely & humble hideaway

You can call the place a car park , an empty lot , the burnt down place , the one near the drain or that fler behind the backlane. We forgot the name ( actually there's none , we think ) .

For this is where some of the bestest food may be found . All of you are familiar with these hideaways at one time or the other , correct or not ?!

This is the one. rough and raw
the classic dusty cowboy sheds in the middle of nowhere

but with many chickens hanging behind the plastic cover
cruel ? ...aren't they all ?

Once cut and placed on the plates before you ,
all are forgotten and forgiven
such is the ritual of the incorrigible Glutton
for anywhere anytime is a good time

See all those more than 10 big aluminium pots with Big ladles sticking out ?
It can only mean more food or soup or sugar water

Indeed they are !
filled to the brim with the utmost authentic home-cooked street-displayed
delicious sweet water for the die-hard connoisseur and/or young aspiring gourmet

poached/boiled/steamed chicken drumstick RM4
sweet water of some triple boiled beans or cereals or nuts or tubers RM 1.40 a scoop

Section 17
Petaling Jaya
last time Sentosa Cinema place

Comments

Selba said…
The chicken looks so juicy! *slurp*
worldwindows said…
Looking at the chicken on display this is still popular and not cheap with tong sui going at RM1.40 per blow oops bowl.
Tummythoz said…
Smooth looking chicken. A bit on the raw?
CUMI & CIKI said…
ciki lurves this chicken at sec17! hehe.. where got cruel.. chicken meant 2b eaten wat.. otherwise wots the point of rearing chicken?!
Leonard Loh said…
It looks greasy, juicy and tender....

And from the way meat looks. PINKISH! Means medium-rare!

That's the way chicken should be....

Are the Tong Shui sweet? I actually don't like if it's not sweet enough, won't have good texture and won't be able to bring out the underlying flavor.
Leonard Loh said…
It looks greasy, juicy and tender....

And from the way meat looks. PINKISH! Means medium-rare!

That's the way chicken should be....

Are the Tong Shui sweet? I actually don't like if it's not sweet enough, won't have good texture and won't be able to bring out the underlying flavor.
Bangsar-bAbE said…
I see this stall all the time, but I've always stuck to my default Robert CKT.

Must try something new de!! =D
Gallivanter said…
I certainly know this place!
selba
Its quite tender alright !

worldW
guess they are very popular so cannot be cheap !

tummythoz
the trick of a good chicken they say is to have some drips of blood here and there...to show that its still very much alive ! otherwise it becomes rough and tough

ciki
you gotta a point but then we normally do not eat but appreciate & taste chickens only !
LOL hahaha

leonard loh
wah you must be a keen chicken connoisseur just by looking at the pix of the meat ! actually there are more than 10 versions of the tong sui so some could be sweet.

bangsarB
yeah new is invigorating, you never know how come you din know one ! But its never too late

gallivanter
its been so long and rewelcome..., guess you must also be a backstreet explorer so its good !
Leonard Loh said…
Hahaha yes BSC, i love chicken, especially those steamed chicken. There was once I ate like 4 chicken legs (drumsticks+tighs) at one go :O