Thursday, January 26, 2006

Ice Kacang @ SS2, Petaling Jaya

Last weekend was just shop! shop! shop! We weren't joining the crowd at the malls who were Chinese New Year shopping but searching for lights to brighten up the new house. With the festive season approaching, the light shops were having discounts hence we decided to get them early. It was a pretty good day and for once, Splashie Boy and I agreed on one light (he hates the ones I like and vice versa).

Our shopping trip brought us to SS2 and we were walking all over the place hopping from the light shops which are scattered around the square. We walked past the Wai Sik Kai (Gluttons Lane in Chinese) and decided to take a break to have Ice Kacang (RM2). This is one of the places that serve their Ice Kacang in a tall glass. You can also opt to have it in a bowl if you prefer.

Splashie Boy could not resist playing with the ice kacang and made a replica of the KLCC towers complete with a skybridge. Now all I need is Catherine Zeta-Jones and Sean Connery to swing around the skybridge and I can have my own
Entrapment movie.

There is lots of ingredients in this Ice Kacang especially red beans. Besides the beans, you can see bits of black grass jelly cubes and corn in the glass. You are given a straw and a long spoon to eat your Ice Kacang which comes with gula melaka (palm sugar in Malay) and evaporated milk.

Stall No. 41
Wai Sik Kai, SS2, Petaling Jaya
Opened during the evenings
(To access this place, enter from the Hong Leong Bank Berhad/MJ Cafe side, the stall is the first one on your right hand side)

*Disclaimer: The opinions expressed here is entirely based on my personal tastebuds and may vary for others. The reviewer also declares that she has not received any monetary or non-monetary compensation from the restaurant for writing this review.

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Lin said...

ahhh yes... that ice kacang. I've been having it since forever. They use to cost RM1!

Its so satisfyng slurping it through a straw!!

boo_licious said...

Lin - One of those places I love ice kacang besides the PJ old town place. Another one is at Uptown which has finely shredded ice.

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