While we were waiting for the store to open, Baby C wandered off and returned with a packet of chee cheong fun (rice noodle roll) and wu tao ko (yam cake). The uncle selling these operates from the back of his motorbike and is parked in front of the book store a few doors down from Asia Laksa. I think he only sells here on Sundays, and on other days he will sell from other locations. We have bought from him several times in the past whenever we come here for curry laksa.
Chee cheong fun and wu tao ko with a dash of sesame seeds
Mummy, mummy, see what I got you!
A fantastic breakfast for RM2...
If you love chee cheong fun and yam cake, you have got to try this. If you don't love chee cheong fun and yam cake, you should still give this a try and you might find yourself converted. It is really good! I like how the chee cheong fun is really smooth and the two sauces (sweet and spicy chilli) just compliments it really well. I sometimes find the accompanying sweet sauce sickly sweet elsewhere, but this one was just right. Since we weren't eating it on the spot, the uncle kindly separated the sauces for us. The wu tao ko is one of the best I've ever eaten, the texture is really soft and smooth with a distinct taste of dried shrimp which makes it very flavourful. Most of the wu tao ko's you find nowadays are just floury and lacks the dried shrimp.This is the real deal. Who says you can't have a satisfying breakfast nowadays for RM2?
Location: Outside Book Store next to Restoran Asia, 364, Jalan Tok Ungku, 70100 Seremban, Negeri Sembilan. (opposite Pejabat Pos Rahang and a few shops away from Kong Guan)
GPS Coordinates: 2°42'8"N 101°57'14"E