Thursday, May 24, 2012

Tong Sui (Dessert) @ PJ Section 17

After a good meal of CCF..
I will definetely go for a bowl of chinese tong sui (dessert).......
This stall is just beside the CCF stall....
Tong Sui stall....

Self service .......

At least more than 10 types of toong sui (dessert)...

My personal best.. red bean + pulut hitam..
They let you to mix and match ..
if you have a very creative mind then you can mix your own tong sui..
They have papaya + suet yee (this is good for female), apple + pear, black sesame, 
peanut, bubur cha cha, red bean, green bean, Barley + fu chuk.. n lots more..
I saw some greedy customers took a lot of bubur cha cha ingredients
and the owner is OK with that... so generous...
No wonder there are always lots of customers....
PLC concept again.....

 

52 comments:

  1. that's nice..I must get one of those the next time I go to PJ.

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    1. kekeke .. yes it is very nice..
      my fav toong sui shop...

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  2. I didn't see this stall when I patronized PJ Section17 last time. I love tong sui very much. This is the dessert that I can resist though I am on diet. Hehehehe!

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    1. I treat you when next time u come down to KL..

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  3. I like pulut hitam...or red bean with shaved ice, and santan... Yummmm!!!! Not a fan of those warm.

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    1. oooo .. coz u r a very HOT person..
      Call me a traditional person..
      I still prefer my toong sui and soup to be hot...

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  4. It's hard to get stalls like this that's dedicated to desserts only. Mind telling me which part of Section 17 is this? And what are their opening hours? Thanks.

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    1. It is along Jalan 17/27, 46400 Petaling Jaya..
      The stall is at the end of the road... sorry I am not so sure on their opening hours ..
      Maybe from 6 until 10/11pm?

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    2. woot! Thanks for the address. Shall look at it in Google Maps. :P

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    3. ok good luck ..
      next to the toong sui got the pan mee, CCF, hakka noodles...
      which I think are quite good.. do give it a try...

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  5. oh, I love this, I have not tried the other varieties though, but I love black sesame, peanut, almonds, black bean, which I often make at home, I just buy those instant mix :(

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    1. now there a lot of blender that you could blend and make the dessert at home..
      My MIL usually make the almond + lotus dessert.. very nice...
      I don't go for instant mix...

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  6. i am curious is it a soup or something?

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  7. I LOVE TONG SUI! I can drink tong sui non-stop! :P
    hehe when I'm back home for the holidays, I'll drink two bowls everyday! sometimes more....
    My favourite is peanut, sesame, barley fu chuk, red bean and lek tau sar HAHHA actually everything!!

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    1. hahaha .. then u will be hyper active becoz of the sugar...
      then you have to jog more..
      I tried red beans + green beans .. and it is good...

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  8. wah, you are SS17 expert hor?? know so many PLC food there, haha~~

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    1. aiye poor man like me ..
      have to cari all the PLC lubang .. kakakaka
      If everyday sushi, steak, pizza, spagethhi.. wallet koyak le ..

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  9. why the tong sui stall also sell curry, gon lou and ching tong one?? so diversify!!

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  10. wah, so you were having "street buffet" along that road that night?? after CCF you had tong shui.. what's next?? :p

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    1. no le .. over there got pan mee and hakka mee also..
      but it is acceptable le..
      Normally if I go there I will eat the CCF and tong sui..

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    2. Looks like SP ate non-stop that night! ;p

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  11. wah, so many types of tong shui.. and this is self-service like the chap fan stall??

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    1. yup ....but you can take lots of ingredient and less water
      and the cost still the same..
      Sometime I see some ppl really take until a FULL bowl..

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    2. For us here, normal lah, to try and geet the most out of our money. So must fill the bowl until full. xD

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  12. because i saw all the pots are outside, and you mention those people "took a lot of bubur cha cha ingredients".. so i assume that..

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  13. not a bad idea woh.. this is the first time i see such DIY tong shui stall leh.. interesting!!

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    1. Maybe one day to have dinner over there..
      I usually dine together with my wife and it is less than RM10... or a bit more (if I took lot of CCF stuff)

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  14. fuyoh, if like that mix and match, later cirit birit very easily lah.. hahaha!!

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  15. but your red bean + black glutinous is ok lah, very common only.. you can also try black sesame + peanut, nice one..

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    1. ok . next time I try to be brave... to try something really difference..

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  16. Now I feel like I know nothing! What is the base of this interesting looking dessert? I understand you can get all different flavours but... what's the key ingredient to a good tong sui?

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    1. for me it is important that ingredient is just right not too watery and it cook properly (beans are not too hard)... and sweetness is depend on the individual
      as for me, I prefer SWEET ....

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  17. More than 10 types of tong shui?

    Wow, I must put this into my "place-to-visit-in-kl-hosted-by-SP" list. I don't want those luxurious scrumptious meals, just PLC, ya~

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    1. OK .. so prepare a list and prepare to get FAT...

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  18. Came here before, the choices are too many until don't know what to choose, do you think so?

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    1. yes.. but normally I already fix in my mind what to drink before go there....
      it is easy that way .. if not then I will keep on standing there and thinking...

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  19. oooh, sounds like very healthy ingredients. though maybe they should also introduce a tongkat ali ingredient for guys to complement the papaya + suet yee for gals :D

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    1. hmm tongkat ali.. it is a good idea..
      next time I go I should suggest to them...
      then will it affect to the students? lol

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  20. I see and drool only lah. This place I sure don't go to eat one. :(

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    1. y not? dessert is halal...
      should be ok...

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  21. The stall is so accommodating to the mix of the sweet porridge. Seldom have I seen this before at the stalls I buy such dessert. My fav is also the red beans and pulut hitam and looks so good and seems like they are generous in adding the ingredients. the beans and pulut hitam. The stall at my place add plenty of sago into each of the sweet porridge and I find very little beans and pulut hitam inside.

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  23. red beans + pulut hitam always be my favorite dessert..

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  24. wow! so good let us mix and match one. Too bad that KK doesn't has this kind of dessert stall. I tried few times in KL (Wangsa Maju, Setapak) and quite nice. I kinda miss it.

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  25. Wahhh.. after CCF then sweet stuff. Fattening-nya....
    Now i can't decide whether I want CCF or dessert.

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  26. tong sui's my favourite! yum yum! yearning for some bubur chacha hmmmm

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  27. i'm gonna check this place out real soon. self service? that's fun!

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  28. instead of tong shui, I would like to try their Curry Mee too XD

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  29. May I know what's the address??

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    1. it is around the wet market at section 17
      Jalan 17/29, 46400 Petaling Jaya,

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