Tea time! What’s for snacks today? How does a sweet and crispy fried banana fritters (pisang goreng) sound like?
Other than fried banana fritters, they have fried popiah, fried tapioca, fried glutinous rice cake and fried sweet potato. This stall is located opposite Tua Pui Curry Mee. Another stall that selling similar snacks is located near Heng Ee School.
As seen in the picture there’s a yellow banner hung at this stall. This indicate that the food is edible for those eating vegetarian during the 9th God Emperor Festival Month.
I love their fried banana fritters as it’s so crispy and the banana itself is so sweet. The thing that I prefer this stall is I don’t smell or taste any recycle oil smell for the deep frying.
Fried banana fritters fresh from the wok. Yummy!
Deep fried popiah.
As for the fried tapioca, I prefer the one at Heng Ee School despite the oil smell. This one is less sweet and less fluffy which is not to my preference.
The business hour is from 1.30pm – 6.30pm (Closed on Sunday)
Click here for map. GPS co-ordinate: N 05°24.751′, E100°20.322′