I had a two days break at my hometown – Batu Pahat of the Johor state in Malaysia, with my little Sony DSC-HX20V. Batu Pahat is a small city with a peace and slow pace living style. It may not have the modern and giant size of shopping center or great historical place for visiting, but there are some delicious and famous cooked foods hide within this small city. One of the famous food you cannot miss here is the Kway Chap. What is kway chap? Here it is!
Kway Chap is pieces of flour-made food which is light or no taste at all. Therefore people usually put them into the braised soup with some fried onion and then eat with the Chinese braised pork belly. The smooth and light taste of the Kway Chap and the not over salty Chinese braised pork belly are definitely the perfect match.
You can order different kind of braised food individually then they will make them into a Chinese braised plate for you. Besides the ordered food above, they still have many other braised food and some drinks.
Their cane drink is my favorite drink there. It is pure, fragrant, and not mixed with water (or maybe it had mixed with very little water which I’m not sure about that).
They were cooking the food just right in front of you. Everything is fresh and smell good (yea, have a great taste too).
If you visit to Malaysia and have chance to be in the Batu Pahat of Johor state, you must have a try for it. Hope you enjoyed it =)
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