“What to eat in Ipoh?” is the same question I ask myself over and over again whenever I visits Ipoh town. Ipoh is famous for its food, Ipoh Tauge Chicken Rice, Salted Chicken and etc. This time we took a turn to Sin Eng Heong at Jalan Mustapha Al-bakri in Taman Jubilee, Ipoh to buy some kaya puffs. There were already a crowd when we went there. Luckily the queue wasn’t too long as it was a rainy day.
There are various other traditional biscuits that available at Sin Eng Heong but I didn’t bother because I am only here for their kaya puffs. If you are lucky, you may get the ones that had just came straight out from the oven. These kaya puffs tastes the best when it is piping hot.
The demand for these kaya puffs are so high that I waited about 15 minutes before it was my turn to order. Knowing that Sin Eng Heong are famous for their kaya puffs, I only purchased Sin Eng Heong’s kaya puffs. They had revised the price for each kaya puffs this year to RM0.90 a piece. It comes in either 5 a box or 10 a box.
According to a staff of Sin Eng Heong, these kaya puffs can be stored and eaten up to 3 days from the date of purchase as they are produced fresh everyday.
So the next time if you find yourself asking yourself, what to eat in Ipoh, do try Sin Eng Heong’s kaya puffs. You won’t regret it.
Sin Eng Heong Foodstuff Manufacturers
No. 64, Jalan Mustapha Al-Bakri (Jalan Clare)
30300 Ipoh, Perak.
Telephones : 05- 2439659 / 012-4534596 (Elaine).