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Level4 2013-05-16
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Farrer Park Goreng pisang is quite famous for its Goreng Pisang and it is a real classic 90s kinda feel everytime i go there...I can never forget about the times i would go there if i ever wanted a quick bite after lunch or just to take away for my relatives who have not been around for many years after emigrating to Australia...I tried to ask where it went after it closed down a couple of years back but i couldnt find it... Please if anyone knows where they are please let us know... This goreng pisang costs 50 cents... there are other dishes such as the tapioca, the sweet potato and everything else as well.... The works... continue reading
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Level4 2012-07-31
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A popular stall in this food centre. Many customers crowded right in front of the stall waiting to order. I wanted goreng pisang initially but the customer right in front of me bought the last piece. The next batch would only be ready in 15 minutes time. I changed my mind and ordered a piece of fried tapioca instead. The tapioca was coated with a thin layer of batter and fried to perfection. The tapioca tasted slightly sweet with a nice crispy layer. It did not taste oily at all. I will definitely be again for their goreng pisang. continue reading
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Level4 2012-05-03
27 views
This stall has quite a wide range of deep fried items that are really ideal to eat as an afternoon snacks. I like quite a few items here, which include their deep fried bananas, deep fried sweet potatoes and deep fried slice yam. The bananas used are really sweet and soft, which almost melt in your mouth after every bites. Both the sweet potatoes and yam are very thinly sliced before coated with a layer of flour and bring to deep fry. Both are equally crispy, smooth in texture. Having these snacks with a cup of iced cold cane sugar will certainly make your tea break a very satisfying and enjoyable one. It tastes equally delicious as well even when it turns cold. continue reading
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Level4 2011-08-18
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This seemed to be quite a popular stall in this food centre. I was there during lunch and there was quite a few people in front of me and these people have bought the remaining goreng pisang and left none for me. Some of these people were staying behind to wait for the next batch of goreng pisang which will only be ready in 10 minutes. I did not want to wait so i decided to go with the fried tapioca kueh. It was nice. I loved the crispy texture and it was still soft within; most importantly, it was not oily. It made a nice afternoon snack and it is only 0.50 cents. I will definitely be back for their goreng pisang soon!Recommended. continue reading
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