Passerby from town to Paya Terubong area will sure to bypass this stall located on the right side of the road, selling You Tiao or more commonly known as Yau Char Kwai. This deep fried Chinese crullers which originated from Kuala Perlis, are similar to the normal crullers except they are extremely long, around 14″. It comes with variety of fillings, indeed a great innovation from the original version. At times, the place which is operated by Mr Tan, would be crowded with customers dropping by for the orders. We had fun visiting the stall while watching the making of the deep fried You Tiao.
Golden brown deep fried Te Chang You Tiao Wang @ RM1
These are many delightful crullers, some savory while others are sweet. Customers could request for different types of fillings and also half portion each with different fillings. The menu is extensive, with almost any choice under the sun for customers to choose from. The following cruller is split open and filled with Tuna Mayonnaise.
Tuna Mayonnaise @ RM2.50
Mr Tan also came out with this Sausage and Mayonnaise You Tiao…something like a Hot Dog?
Sausage & Mayonnaise @ RM3
Chicken Floss & Mayonnaise @ RM2.50
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