I thought the Putu Mayam was using dried beehoon from factory and just need to soak in hot water. But I was wrong, the stall holder freshly made the Putu Mayam on the spot by pouring flour over the steamer and cooked.
The Puta Mayam when ready was piping hot and smelt of rice flour. This was the first time I ate Puta Mayam in piping hot version, usually other stalls sold as room temperature version.
The Puta Mayam tasted good with fresh and moist grated coconut and orange sugar. I felt that the orange sugar was not sweet, need to add alot to the Putu Mayam.
Spending per head: Approximately $2.40
Keep it up!