Video : Tang Yen (tong yuen) stall

I have blogged about this stall before. Lately, the tang yen or tong yuen which is glutinous rice balls in syrup have improved. They now fill the glutinous rice balls with black sesame and ground peanuts.

A bowl costs RM3 which comes with two large filled balls and tiny ones. You can either have them in brown sugar syrup, white sugar syrup, with or without ginger.

The stall opens at night. Location : Across Trader’s Hotel, sandwiched between Bank Rakyat and the gaudy looking De’ Shang Nite karaoke. Sometimes they open, sometimes they don’t. Try your luck!

You can also make your own tang yen at home. Here’s my old post on how to make tang yen.

Post Author: Lilian

Food, travel, recipes. Chinese Malaysian, blogger, photographer and writer.

1 thought on “Video : Tang Yen (tong yuen) stall


    (August 6, 2009 - 11:38 am)

    wow! we call them Butchi in our country! Street foods are the best!

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