Friday, July 24, 2009

HL Pau (Chinese SteamedBuns) at Chong Hwa Independent High School Jalan Ipoh KL

HL Truck, a common sight outsite Chong Hwa Independent High School

Kaya and Leng Ngeong pau hot out from the steamer!

Kaya pau (RM1.30) and Char Siew pau.......yummy!
If you pass through this area around 1pm on weekdays and Saturday, you will see HL Pau Truck parked outside the Chong Hwa school compound. Mr Liew has been selling pau in this area for a number of years and most of his pau will be sold out by 5pm. Apart from the normal types of pau, there are also Loh Mai Kai (chicken glutinous rice) available. I normally buy the Char Siew (sweet bbq meat, RM1.40), Sang Yoke (fried pork, RM1.40) and Leng Ngeong (lotus paste, RM1.10) pau. Generally, all the pau that Mr. Liew sells are bigger in size compared to many other vendors in KL. I like the soft and fluffy pau skins. The pau is filled with generous amount of tasty fillings and it is worth it for the price paid. After 5 pm he would go home to restock more pau before going out again to make rounds around housing estates in this area. So, next time if you are in this area, check out the HL pau. For large orders of pau you can contact Mr. Liew at this number: Mr Liew 0123604532 Outside Chong Hwa School (1pm to 5pm)

9 comments:

foongpc said...

I love paus! Especially if they are generous with the fillings! : )

suituapui said...

Ooo...the char siew pao looks yummy! Usually, these mass production ones not so nice...but I'm not fussy. As long as they are nice, I'm ok with them!!!

Pete said...

Foongpc : More filling nicer, I also like it that way!

STP : This one only got four vendor selling in whole KL so the production is not so much, actually.

Tching said...

Do you consider this as the best Pau you have ever had in KL? If not, which vendor do you think sell the best Pau in KL?

Pete said...

Tching : It is not the best in KL but quite nice. I like the one in Tg Sepat!

Tching said...

Oh i see... Tg Sepat has always famed for its Paus. Still can't find anything like it in KL huh...

Pete said...

Tching : Ya, most of the paus in KL town very stereotyped, nothing new! But then if they have a new type of fillings, consumer might not accept it!

Ayie said...

so bad! i've been craving for this sio pao since last week but not to accessible to get here. Need at least an hr drive back and forth and it will cost us a bit too. =( too much for the teasing!

Pete said...

Ayie : Ha ha, get frozen ones, sometimes quite tasty also!

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