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Thursday, 8 April 2010

Deep Fried Ghost @ Seapark Opposite Maybank

Eee... scary la. Mamarazzi said wanna buy Deep Fried Ghost to eat with Bak-Kut-Teh. Qingming just over leh. Not enough with eating meat ka? Ghost also Mamarazzi wanna eat???


Huh? This small lorry parked opposite of Maybank Seapark is selling "Ghost"?Ghost also have Pork Free ka?



Laaa..."Yau Char Gwai"is it? I thought what is Deep Fried Ghost. Gave me a fright aje. Uiks? YCG also have so many types ah? Herbal, Garlic, spicy and kaya?



Gimme original and garlic punya la. Taste not bad. The Garlic ones taste sweet.



they also have assorted flavor of "Ham Chim Peah".




Mamarazzi didn't buy any coz it doesn't go with BKT. Too much food already.Maybe will try it next time.

The Taukeh said they open daily. But Mamarazzi forgot to ask the time. We were there around 5p.m. The van/lorry was parked opposite of Maybank which is behind Sun Fatt Kee BKT at Seapark.

40 comments:

  1. Don't eat too much - so oily!!!

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  2. I love the garlic flavor. I think that's what I used to enjoy so much as a boy, growing up in Sarawak.

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  3. Gus

    Really? Havent tasted other flavor yet. Must go and get some more another day :)

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  4. Wow.. Food revolution?? Never hear that they got new taste for those ghost.

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  5. Supia

    They are "re-inventing" old taste into new taste lor.

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  6. aiyo suddenly i have urge to eat the ghost too... shall i drive to Seapark now?

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  7. Garlic flavor !! Sounds so innovative .. they say Ipoh has good food, but I still say that KL has the most interesting ones :)

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  8. wah..i not at the front of wai sei kai meh?

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  9. TZ

    At this hour, am not sure it's still open or not. If it's not open, you can try Chow Yang pasar mlm a few doors away from the Nasi kandar place

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  10. Nikel

    Maybe there is another van at the Wai Sik Kai

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  11. Joanna

    KL food more like fusion while Ipoh punya is turun temurun ones. Thus guarantee sedap :)

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  12. My husband likes to eat yau char kwai and ham chim peang..haha. I didn't know yau char kwai has so many types one.

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  13. oh..didnt know YCG have so many flavours, but i think i still prefer the tradisional taste...cos i m one tradisional ah sou...ahhahaha

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  14. Mummy Gwen

    I knew about this. Saw it in one of the Makan-makan show.It said in Puchong. Didnt know PJ also have.

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  15. Mommy Ling

    Next time i saw i tapau for you :p

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  16. Chris

    I think JB also will have these special flavor YCG & HCP

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  17. I've not eaten this in ages! The old folks in my kampung used to have this with black kopi kau kau one... nostalgic! Oil stick pulaks.. haha...

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  18. Merryn

    Guess I am "old"also coz I prefer to eat with hot Kopi O. Not really fond of putting into porridge nor BKT. Hubi like to have this with BKT and porridge

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  19. Oiks... I dun like other flavour. i like the original flavour onli. Dono why other flavour taste so weird to me. =( But garlic one okay... I tried before. Boleh tahan!

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  20. i love it dipped in kopi!

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  21. Kathy!!! I really dont know what to say la.. i was thinking what is ghost deep fried.. ghostbusters, i have heard before la.. hahahha...
    hak sei yan..

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  22. My fav, My fav...dip inside Kopi-o, zen!~

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  23. hahaha, mamarazzi is so funny!! deep fried ghost.. luckily i understand that by direct translation into chinese~~ :p

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  24. Cleff

    uiks Vampire also eats garlic ka?:p

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  25. Claire

    This Ghost can be eaten punya wor

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  26. SK

    Banana Chinese like that lor.Duno how to type in Chinese words lor.

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  27. waaaaaaaaaaaaa.....but now will be leaving to melaka in 2 hours..tomorrow tournament....had to keep fit...tonight and the day after had to tahan from wolfing down all the good melaka food... =(

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  28. Angel Bear

    Lucky you!Gosh...saliva dripping all over lappie thinking of the melaka cendol

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  29. I think somewhere near Bandar Puteri Puchong (Giant) also got various flavour 'oil fried ghost'. The garlic one is yummy.

    Btw, $MILED

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  30. This "ghost" can be eaten in so many ways... my dad even sapu kaya on it. Sedap! Used to love it when young. Now, become health-freak adi. See the oil also scared adi haha...

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  31. This vampire mutate liao... so can eat garlic!

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  32. mNhL

    I think so too coz saw in one of the TV show said in front of Giant. We went there to search, tarak

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  33. cleff

    eeee...scary...just like the Darren Shan Saga

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  34. Chloe's Mommy

    In-laws also eat it with kaya

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  35. Haha Deep Fried Ghost word for word is correct. Hearsay eating one piece of 'ghost' is equal to smoking 10 sticks of cigarette coz of the recycle oil ~:( How true?

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  36. Bananaz

    LOL die die lo. What to do.. with the current world situation, living till 100 yrs old aren't that great lor

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