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Friday, 22 May 2015

Teochew Chendul, Paradigm Mall

 Chendol time. This is all because of Auntie Claire. Papa read her blog post some time ago that this Teochew Chendol in Penang tasted very nice.


 Wah ...Penang very far leh. Wanna eat now wor...how ah...then found out that Paradigm Mall also have a branch.

Zoom Zoomm....Paradigm Mall we went.


 A bowl of Chendol. Hmmm....taste not bad la. Got quite a lot of ingredients leh. 

 Mamarazzi can't help herself. Ordered a bowl of Assam Laksa. Alamak!!! got Cili padi on top leh. 


It tasted quite spicy for her . They gave quite a lot of noodle. However, it would be nicer if the fish meat we not "hancur"...how you say it in English ah? Too minced up? Would be nice if it is more chunky.

Well....each to his/her own.

Errr....Paradigm Mall...no need address gua? It's in LG near Tesco hypermarket.

Have a great weekend ahead !

64 comments:

  1. Have a great weekend!


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    ALOHA from Honolulu,
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    1. Aloha Cloudia!

      happy weekend to you too

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  2. This is my favourite place for cendol in KL. There are outlets now in Publika, The Mines, and Quill City Mall.

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  3. Looks really good to me...I love noodle dishes! Can you hand me a bite through the screen?

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    1. These may looks like noodles but it's not. It's shave ice . Taste great

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  4. glad you found a location closer to you.

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  5. Nice food makes someones life Nice!

    Enjoy.

    Kind regards,

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  6. Wah both also my favorite. Cendol and asam laksa.. Can eat two bowls each, yumzzz..

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    1. very near your office leh. lucky you

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  7. Wahhhhhh!!! I like it extra-lemak and with lots of gula melaka.

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    1. hahaha can as them to add more kot.

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  8. I am not big into eating spicy food either. I do plans with hot peppers though.

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    1. hot pepper can be very spicy at times

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  9. Lovely photos, and the food looks very good. I cannot eat pasta often, it is too heavy for me. My favourite photo here is the first one! :)

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  10. oh Mamarazzi heard this Teochew Chendul from Auntie Claire.. Uncle SK heard about this from Auntie Mun because she always blog about this place.. saw in a few shopping malls but never tried leh~~

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    1. ya ka? LOL...ya heard from claire when she wen to the originbal one in Penang

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  11. actually just timing not ngum lah, because every time passed by baru teringat, but then by that time always already makan so the tum-tum already no space for the cendol already.. haha!! must find one day go try purposely then :p

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    1. hahah ya lor. sometimes it is like this. you want cannot find...but after don;t want then appear

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  12. oooh that's how the northern style laksa is dei Mamarazzi.. the fish is hancur one and they put chilis and shredded lettuce, unlike those in KL that comes with the fish in chunks (and no chilis and lettuce usually).. Mamarazzi been to Penang right??

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    1. ya ka....adui...no wonder la. LOL

      Tongue biasa with the KL version jor

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  13. Uncle SK has a friend whose hometown is in Penang, and the family stays just next to where the boss of the famous Kek Lok Si laksa stays.. so everyday she sees the workers hancur-ing the fish in the house leh.. Uncle SK is not going to reveal how they do that lah, Mamarazzi can come ask him privately.. and that's the Penang style lor, they also not used to eating KL style with chunky fish..

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    1. hahaha...better not to know .

      Like Siti Norhaliza song "biar lah Rahsia " :p

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  14. Now the weather so hot, the chendol will be nice...

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  15. Oh we just saw this the other day! :)

    I love cendol, and I prefer asam laksa to any other kind of laksa too.

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    1. not bad la their Chendul. But preferred the other type with chunky fish meat asam laksa instead. Probably coz already biasa with that

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  16. Can't help drooling at that asam laksa! Yeah I see the fish is quite hancur all right.

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    1. yea....as per SK's comments, it seems like its the Penang style

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  17. Cendul and asam laksa,nice combination.

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  18. I like spicy food too, but not too much:)
    Have a nice weekend to you too:)

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  19. My fav la. Have u try asam laksa at onde-onde at Citta Mall. Not bad

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  20. So no need to go to Penang lah to eat this nice cendol and asam laksa. I also prefer the fish to be more coarse rather than finely broken up like that.

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    1. same here...like it more coarse but according to SK, this is the Penang style

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  21. Got one at Mines also, so next time Kucing Family camp at BBWS, can makan there again. Hahaha

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    1. got ah? Goodies.......next week should be going

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  22. Aiyoo! How arh? I am hungry lo, looking at your cendol and assam laksa! Both Penang and Paradigm Mall too far for me lo...now I eat biscuits and drink plain water...sobs! sobs!

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    1. Not that cham gua...Ipoh manyak good things to eat wor

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  23. wow....laksa and chendol in Penang ...I love it too!!

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  24. You are probably used to spicy foods, so it must have been very spicy!

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    1. mamarazzi still not used to spicy food yet

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  25. Appetisers for the weekend!!! Have a good one!

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  26. Yuuummyyy!!! I'll have one of each, please, lil kitten :) Love, cat.

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  27. Always, cendol and laksa are Auntie Yannie's favorite. If got rojak lagi perfect.

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    1. Ya wor. Taiping also hav famous Cendol right :)

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    1. LOL.....not that far but still takes 4 hours leh.

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  29. I love their Assam Laksa with generous fish meat. I think they use the original Penang noodles which is rare now! I will go eat them this week.

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    1. ya ka...love the "lai Fun" noodles too

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  30. I ate the first time in Sunway Pyramid. I think I prefer Ah Cheng's Laksa.

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    1. Oh Ah Cheng Laksa have a branch in Giant Shah Alam

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  31. Me on the other hand love my asam laksa with finely minced fish :P

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