Sin Eng Heong/Funny Mountain

My girl wanted to buy kaya puff for her friends in college, so we took her to Sin Eng Heong. The shop is opened even on a Sunday. When we reached there after our breakfast, there was already a queue waiting for the freshly baked kaya puff.

After a short while, it's my girl's turn.

Many people came out with loads of kaya puff.

Then, we walked over to the Funny Mountain Soya bean stall.
My girl bought a small bottle of soya bean plus cincau.
I bought a big bottle of soya bean unsweetened.
I used it to make soya bean agar-agar.


Comments

  1. haha im still not familiar with your terms
    so i googled what kaya puff is
    and it seems pretty yummy why there's no picture of what you bought?

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    1. ok, I have shown the picture in my next post..

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  2. well i never tried of tasted that soya bean and cincau too
    haha well it wasn't available much here

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  3. anyway i was kinda curious about that funny mountain name
    haha why would it be named like that

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  4. have a great day and happy blogging wenn
    take care always and god bless you

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  5. I think I have been to both these shops in Ipoh a few years ago. Ipoh has many nice food.

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  6. I like to drink unsweetened soya bean. Can fully taste the bean aroma instead of sweetness.

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  7. Your daughter is as kind as you to buy kaya puffs for her friends in college. When is her last day in college before she starts Form 6th?

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  8. She is very thoughtful to buy food for her college mates. :D

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  9. What is kaya puff? Is it a pastry?

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    1. look out for the photo in my next post..

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  10. Since they open on Sunday, do they closed on other day?

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  11. The kaya puff must be very yummy since lots of people buying it...

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  12. Look forward to see the soya bean agar-agar you made...

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  13. wenn, Sin Eng Heong have one shop or two shop? Hmmm doesnt look like the one i visited geh...maybe my lau fah ngan so tarak see properly

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    1. terablik me not so fond of the kaya puff but i love their what you call it...heong peang??? the ones with lotus, pandan, red bean fillings ones....tau makan but tarak tau name LOL.. malunya

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    2. heard so much about this Funy Mountain soya bean but never really been there before la. Maybe coz i seldom fdrink soya bean. Hahaha even pregnant also seldom drink that.

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    3. It has two shops. They also sell other biscuits..

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  14. oh, so this is another popular place in Ipoh for some local treats huh?? hmmm, i like kaya puff, and i supposed they sell other types of biscuits also?? must go there next time..

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    1. It's very popular and it sells many kinds of biscuits too..

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  15. haha, funny mountain soya bean?? the name is funny enough~~ :p

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  16. Why no pict of the kaya puffs? Hehe..

    I love kaya puffs too!

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  17. ACtually I intend to buy some today or probably tomorrow.So coincidence, you blog about kaya puffs today!

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    1. Must remmeber Sin Eng Heong, for their curry puffs. Usually if I go Ipoh, I'll definitely will go buy some egg tarts from a restaurant at town area, somewhere Yik Foong and McD.

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    2. Ya you didn't show us the kaya puffs photo...

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  18. So how funny is Funny Mountain Soya Bean? The name really funny.

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    1. I saw mountain people buying soya bean too.

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    2. actually there's nothing funny about it..

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  19. WHen are you showing us your soya bean agar-agar? :)

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    1. you can read about it in my long-time post which I have linked in my next post..

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  20. soya bean agar-agar? Sounds like a great idea.. I'd like to try that, too! hahahhaa

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    1. go to the link which is in the next post..

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  21. upon checking your current post .. i don't think i should ask more ht agar agar is but I still find it really intriguing ... wonder how does it tastes like because it looks like our Hopia

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  22. anyway... you really have a lovely daughter wenn

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  23. Funny Mountain? That is a funny name! Muahahahaha

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  24. Sin Eng Heong I heard you and bookmarked this shop in my brains! When i visit Ipoh, I will be there!

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  25. I have been drinking soya milk with blended vegetables for breakfast. I am trying it for a week as I heard it will clear up my skin complexion.

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