04 March 2013

Famous Kaya Puff from Sin Eng Heong, Ipoh

Part 1: Breakfast at Kedai Kopi Sin Yoon Loong, Ipoh.
Part 8: Second night at Lost World Hotel, Ipoh.
Part 9: Fun at Lost World of Tambun, Ipoh.
Part 10: Disappointing breakfast at PappaRich Express, Ipoh.
Part 11: Delicious satay at Kedai Kopi Kong Heng, Ipoh.
Part 12: Caramel Custard at Thean Chun, Ipoh

When the clock struck five in the afternoon, we hurriedly left AEON Ipoh Station 18 and headed back to the town to grab a box of Kaya Puffs. Prior to finally making up our mind, it was still part of our undecided plan after reading through Kenwooi's review about his experience. Then we thought to ourselves, how often do we come to Ipoh? If we don't treasure the moment we have, when else would it happen again? Hence, here we were, arriving at Sin Eng Heong with the help of Waze.

Unfortunately, it was just a grab-and-go sort of visit. We didn't have the ample time to peak into the kitchen and observe the process of producing these delicious puffs like what Kenwooi did, unless we returned home late. Nevertheless, we had the opportunity to meet the old uncle, who is known as the mastermind behind Sin Eng Heong. He was taking his short break, I supposed, by walking in front of the store while looking around the street. Seeing that we left with two bags full of what he made, he gave us a glorious smile.

Although some of you may think that it is a little too thick for your preferences, it tasted perfectly fine. Honestly, we almost gave up looking for it, until Waze told us that Sin Eng Heong was located near to where we were at, then. RM18.50 for a box of 5 Kaya Puffs, another box of 10 Kaya Puffs, and a packet of Heong Peng, we thought it was considered okay.

To be frank, I didn't regret to let these puffs end our trip excellently. Our entire trip to Ipoh was more than awesome, I would say, despite the possible weight gained. We crazily had an itinerary for the trip created by me myself, had all the details recorded down, and had it well kept all the while.

Tourism student rocks! Ipoh rocks! We rock! :D

Sin Eng Heong
64 – 66, Jalan Mustapha Al-Bakri (Jalan Clare),
30300 Ipoh,
Tel: +605-2439659
Business Hours: 9.00am to 8.00pm (Monday to Saturday), 9.00am to 6.00pm (Sunday)
GPS: 4.5948, 101.0848



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