Wednesday, April 6, 2011

Yau Char Kwai / Ham Chin Peng @ Jalan Dato Sheikh Ahmad, Seremban

Recently, we made a trip back to Seremban for yet another wedding dinner. While we were there, we looked forward to eating some really good food. Other than visiting our favorite haunts which I have blogged about previously, we made it a point to visit some other famous Seremban favourites to feature in our blog.

Two of our favorite late night snacks from Seremban are yau char kwai (Chinese crullers or dough fritters) and ham chin peng (fried dough with glutinous rice or red bean filling). There are a few other varieties but I have no idea what they're called as I usually just point to the ones that I want! This particular stall located on Jalan Dato Sheikh Ahmad in front of Farmasi PD, operates from 6.30pm onwards and churns out excellent yau char kwai and ham chin peng.


Man at work

Located in front of Farmasi PD, Jalan Dato Sheikh Ahmad


The stall is operated by a family team; the father cooks while the mother and daughter takes orders. There is often a long queue of people waiting to get their hands on some of these snacks. True that it is perhaps not one of the healthiest things to be eating, but an indulgence once in a while is acceptable.


Hot from the pan


Waiting patiently in line


On this ocassion, we only bought 3 ham chin peng with glutinous rice filling (I think they're also called "kap chung"). Each piece is priced at RM0.60. I love how its pillowy soft on the inside and that they are not stingy with the glutinous rice filling. Sinful.

The yau char kwai here are also good, crispy on the outside and soft on the inside. We usually buy them as an accompaniment to porridge but we decided to skip them that night.


Kap chung with glutinous rice filling


Yummy yummy


Opening times: 6.30pm - 11.00pm.

Price: RM0.60 per piece.

Location: Outside Farmasi PD / near Carlton Star Hotel, Jalan Dato Sheikh Ahmad, 70000 Seremban, Negeri Sembilan.

GPS Coordinates: 2.723808, 101.938158

16 comments:

  1. heheh, it sounds like there's a wedding fever in seremban these days! :D
    the ham chim peng is really interesting. i used to eat it a lot in malacca, but never with glutinous rice before! gotta try it someday!

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  3. tempting...i miss this food alot..usually had it for breakfast...

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  4. lovely, will try when at Seremban while visiting my in-laws.

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  5. the "kap chung" looks very nice & has generous amount of glutinous rice. Is the yau char kwai nice? There's one very nice yau char kwai in Seremban 2, a coffee shop opposite Jusco named "Heng Heng Heng".

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  6. I kinda like kap chung too and my place here have a stall selling mini versions of such fried goodies

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  7. Michelle: I dont eat this in KL either, cos I dont know where I can get it in Cheras.

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  8. Sean: The one with the glutinous rice one is the bomb!

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  9. kumfye: Wah so sinful breakfast!

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  10. Nava: Quite a lot of good food in Seremban :D

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  11. jfook: Haha you're a fan of yau char kwai?

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  12. melissathegreat: Yea the yau char kwai here is nice. Never tried Heng Heng Heng b4. This one is quite popular, always got long queue.

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  13. i LOVE the ones with the brown swirl in the middle!! L.O.V.E!

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  14. hiii , this yao char kwai still available ?
    been there for few time but cant get it :(

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