Monday, March 19, 2012

Yummy Local Made Bread Stick (Roti Biskut) from SB Bakery

My wife's colleague got this packet yummy bread stick for us from an Indian motorbike breadman. I have eaten other local made bread stick before but they are not as nice as this one. Most of the ones I ate previously have rather hard texture but not this one from SB Bakery.
The bread stick is around 5" in length and around 0.5" in diameter.......errr, bread stick ah....dun think of 'something' else lorr....ha ha ha.

It is very crunchy, light and  have a really nice fresh baked bread aroma. Taste really good with my morning coffee!
For Rm1.50 (USD 0.50) per packet, it is really worth the price.

The ingredients printed on the packed says the bread sticks are made from wheat flour, sugar, butter, salt, yeast, milk and a little colouring. Mmmmm, colouring?...I don't think it needs colouring...lol!

SB Bakery address in the packet stated as :
No 5, Jalan Perisa 2,
Taman Happy Garden
Jalan Klang Lama
58200, Kuala Lumpur
Tel : 603-79810760

9 comments:

suituapui said...

Looks like some of our local Foochow delicacies. Quite bland actually but it somehow, grows on you slowly...and you would want more and more.

Christine said...

looks like a great find!

アンゼエリン said...

We all this roti kok...nice to dip with coffee and milo.

Small Kucing said...

wah...u go till Happy Garden ah...next time try Tong Kee ones. Nice

yvonne said...

Ah... roti stick, I think we call it "roti kok" locally. Good to go with a cup of hot kopi-o~

Hayley said...

Agree with Yvonne.
Roti stick best eaten with a cup of hot coffee! ;)

reanaclaire said...

When I was a small girl.. (er... 40 years back or more).. used to eat these with milo or coffee..

foongpc said...

Looks like a great snack! : )

Sheoh Yan said...

I love this dipping in to a cup of my nescafe.

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