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Thursday, 21 May 2015

Delicious Pau(Bun) From Kedai Kopi Shin Lok, Jeram

Once upon a December morning (yup...stale post), we went to Pantai Remis in Kuala Selangor to hunt for fresh seafood for our Christmas party.

Papa read somewhere read that around the area there is a shop selling delicious Pau. Hence we went hunting.

Yay! Found it. Located along the main road near a mosque.



A look at the prices. Hmm...not bad. Bear in mind the price is before implementation of GST ya. Now not sure whether the price remains the same.


 Apart from Pau, they also have some fried noodles and fried rice for breakfast. 

 Surprisingly though it was only around 9am, they already have various vegetables and meat dishes done up. Maybe customers likes their noodles with extra something.


 Saw some fried stuffs , carrot cakes and some kuih. Didn't buy those.


 Instead I had fried Keoy Teow with egg

 Surprisingly, Mamarazzi had "Loh Mai Kai". It's steamed glutinous rice with well marinated chicken meat and mushrooms.

She said she likes the taste very much. Hmm...very high praise for her indeed coz usually she don't like to eat glutinous rice much though she didn't mind making it for Papa and me to eat.


 Papa tried several types of their Pau. This coconut pau was not bad. They put quite a lot of filling into it. 

Also loved their Vegetable Pau which is made of Sengkuang(Yam Bean). Nice.The Yam bean was not mushy at all. Quite crunchy to taste.


Ahem...too early in the morning to eat much. Hence we "tapau" home some of the Pau. Can enjoy it at home.

If we ever go to Pantai Remis again in the morning, Mamarazzi said we must go and buy some more pau from here. Said she like wor.

 They Kopi-O also thick enough for her. 


 For me, I stick to my Milo Kosong Iced lo. 

 Keen to try out the pau and other food here? Okies...here is the address from google :-

1, Jalan Kenari 1, Taman Kenari, Kampung Sungai Sembilang, Jeram, Jalan Kenari 1, Kampung Sungai Sembilang, 45800 Jeram, Selangor, Malaysia

44 comments:

  1. Wow, lots of choices! How neat! :)

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  2. Some new food for me. I have never seen a coconut dish like this! You have so many fun food places there!

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    1. One of these days you must come and visit Malaysia

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  3. So cheap! Ours here RM1.80 char siew but I've had had enough of paos...overdose as I had been going back to buy again and again ever since I found this really good one here.

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    1. hahaha...then rest a bit first before resume

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  4. Yummzz, I love this kinda food for breakfast.. Economy rice and bihun for breakfast, along with some other "liew" like sausages, eggs, fishballs.. I don't mind having it everyday..

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    1. I think maybe many people will go there daily to tapau breakfast. so many choices

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  5. oooh Uncle SK remembers that trip to Pantai Remis!! Mamarazzi bought very nice lokam right?? wah, thot that's it leh but still got interesting stuffs to follow.. pau!! Mamarazzi loves pau we all know..

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    1. yes...pandai...hahaha .

      Now baru sort the pic and post up

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  6. average also RM1.50 only then not expensive woh, maybe after GST will increase to like RM1.80 or RM2 each?? err, have not bought any pau after GST implementation leh, must go and kaypoh a bit first.. the coconut pau and veggie pau looks good woh, and macam got one egg inside the veggie bun ah?? special leh~~

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    1. one restaurant that we went to...not this one...after GST the tau sar pau RM2. Adui...give up liao

      yes got eggs. Yummy leh

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  7. but the pau still not attractive to Uncle SK if compared to the fried beehoon and LMK leh, these two baru Uncle SK's favorite.. just love those economy fried beehoon, no need tambah things just plain also nice (in this situation Uncle SK's taste same like Small Kucing leh).. and the LMK, Uncle SK likes the rice only but not the chicken, hehe~~

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    1. LOl...I know you will like noodles instead

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  8. looks like this place ngam both Paparazzi and Mamarazzi horr?? Paparazzi loves the pau, while Mamarazzi loves the LMK and kopi-o.. Small Kucing pulak, no need to say lah, only looking forward to go play on the beach lah~~ :p

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  9. I like Loh Mai Kai, but can't eat too much cos of digestion problem...

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    1. yea ...same here ...cannot eat much else will feel too full

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  10. PAU- we say BAO!


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    ALOHA from Honolulu,
    ComfortSpiral
    =^..^=

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    1. yea...same way...either Cantonese or mandarin

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  11. Good morning,
    The coconut paus looks delicious. What's the attraction in Pantai Remis?

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    1. Fresh seafood. There have a lot of fresh seafood. Not pricey too

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  12. Paus look good... you all very good at cari makan.

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  13. So much nice food again! Pau can buy a lot and then keep in the freezer.

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    1. yes...but the vege pau cannot keep in freezer la coz later the sengkuang no more crunchy

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  14. Compare to other pao actually like vegetable pao more, felt that it just taste nicer...

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    1. you same like Papa. He also likes vege pau

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  15. Mmm I love to eat Lor Mai Kai! But not sure where to get good ones locally. I just eat those from the coffeeshops haha

    Ai @ Sakura Haruka

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    1. here got....but the best is home made :) can add whatever we want

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  16. I like lo mai kai so mch! this one in the picture looks good!

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  17. When I saw Jeram, I thought you meant the Jeram in Perak! Very good paus and loh mai kai. I would love to try every one of them...ha ha...I would have to tapau one of each...lol!

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    1. hahahaha no la...jeram here...only about 50km away aje :p

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  18. Quite a good variety of pau. I like the vegetable version with sengkuang. Yum.

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  19. So glad you found the seafood you were looking for.

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  20. The price list shows all the paus are sold so cheaply! They are fresh some more.

    Most of the Paus in Klang valley comes from out station pula!

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    1. cheap hor....taste nice probably coz it's freshly made

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  21. Vegetable pao with boiled egg some more, so good!

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