The makan trip at that morning at Air Itam Market did not finish with the earlier post. The number of dishes that we ordered were sufficient enough to have a Part 2 for it. In the previous post, we had porridge, char koay kak and also chee cheong fun while in this continuation posts, we have koay chap, apong and roti canai.
This is the scene we shot to really show you the even the space available inside this kopi tiam cannot accomodate the constant stream of customers coming in. You can see some are actually waiting to get seated.
Ahh… The Koay Chap. At RM4.00 per bowl it did have lots of ingredients such as duck meat and the internal parts but we noticed that this koay chap did not have any egg in it. Yes, we were refering to the hard boiled egg that was included when we ate at the Kimberly Street stall. Perhaps they are just different..
Taste wise, the koay chap is average if comparing with the one at Kimberly Street. It has the fragrance of koay chap but not as strong and mouth watering. Tam Ciak was in fact keep saying this throughout his meal while finishing his bowl of koay chap.
While waiting for our orders to arrive, Huat Koay went over to buy apong as appetizers, to fill our stomachs at least. This typical indian apong is quite delicious and tasty and we did not realise that we finished it in seconds!
It is quite fragrant and crispy when you feed into your mouth. The apong has thicker middle part and thin crust edges. In fact, Huat Koay finished off almost all the thin edges because he likes those crispy portion and leaving the middle part uneaten. Then Tam Ciak and few others have to help him finish off the “left overs” . Very nice, Huat Koay… took the best part and leave the not so best one..
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Hawker Food | Air Itam Market Koay Chap, Apong & Roti Canai |