Everything is so cheap and there's LOADS of good food!
One of the latest night markets I've been to is the Sri Petaling night market, definitely worth going! :D
It's held every Tuesday at Jalan Radin Anum 4 :)
We took a cab there from IMU, which costs about RM5...
Eventhough we reached around 5pm+, there were loads of stall already :)
There were loadssss of food!
Taufufa (soybean pudding)This was the FIRST stall we saw, and it immediately caught our eye
Besides the normal taufufa, they have taufufa in different flavours like corn taufufa and pandan taufufa,
so we decided to try the different flavours, just to try something new :)
Corn taufufa; RM2.80
Pandan taufufa; RM2.80
Didn't really enjoy it though, nothing special bout it and it lacks the soybean taste.
Hong Kong style egg waffle, known as 'gai daan tsai'/'gei dan zai'
Original flavour & Black sesame flavour; RM4/RM4.50
I've never tried it before, and after trying Huey Ni's original flavoured egg waffle, I ordered another in black sesame flavour.
It's sweeter than the usual waffles, and it's something new for me, definitely worth the try :)
But Huey Ni loves it, so she bought one and we tried a bite of hers...
It was okay, but not something I enjoy eating.
If you do love Taiwan sausages though, this is worth trying :)
It big, fat and juicy; and you can add any sauce you want...
If I'm not mistaken there's mayo, wasabi, ketchup, chilli sauce etc.
Coconut ice-cream; RM5
This was a very popular item at the night market, we saw so many people eating this, so we had to try :P
Megan bought this, but it's not something we would buy again.
A small scoop of vanilla ice-cream with corn & a small piece of coconut is definitely not worth RM5, (the ice cream was too sweet for me too)
Though I'd give them credit for the nice presentation, but sadly it doesn't taste as good as it looks...
Besides that, there were also many stalls selling cakes, tarts, breads and so on...
Mini egg tarts :)
there were so many people lining up to order and pay, we didn't even get a chance to take a nice photo...
Looks like the typical cake stalls you'd see at other night markets...
Eva bought this, it was so good! (but very oily, of course)
Definitely worth trying :D
Fried cempedak Random uncle selling cute balloons
More fishballs, & siew mai (pork dumplings)
This is probably one of the main attractions here too,
when there's a long queue, you'd think it'd be something good righttt? (I think.)
So we joined in the line and queued for our stinky tofu :P
Nothing special here, but it did taste good :)
Sg buloh's hakka hot plate pancakes; RM1 per piece
Eventhough Sg Buloh is not thattt far from where I live, I've never tried this.
First time trying this here at Sri Petaling,
I love it!
I chose the red bean filling, definitely enjoyed it(:
It's so simple and yummy :D
Besides that, I also got my favourite...
(Glutinous rice balls)
This was goooood(:
Fried food stall
Look at the size of their takoyaki :O
Didn't try this though...
It was getting really hot towards the end of the night, so we stopped by to try 'snow ice'
(The uncle putting in a block of flavoured ice into the snow ice maker)
It's a panda bear ice maker! So cute :)
Before ------------------------------------ and after :)
Yam flavoured snow ice, drizzled with chocolate sauce; RM3/4+
This was good, something cold and sweet to share with my friends :)
Hello Kitty merchandise stall
Megan & Eva even got matching Hello Kitty phone stickers :)
These stickers were only RM10 each,
and they even clean your phone and 'stick' them for you :)
Definitely enjoyed my first trip to Sri Petaling's night market,
More food the next time I go :)
That's all for now!