PJ Old Town Food Court @ Taman Selera. With Ice Kacang & more!

The PJ Old Town Food Court is actually not a new place to us.

I used to frequent this place sometimes during the weekends, tagging along with my siblings and parents for a family dinner when I was young.
This place is special.
In a way that it brought back memories for both my parents like to have the famous Ice Kacang here during their courtship years!
And now, here were are, tagging along again and would love to share with you guys what’s good around.
Bored of fancy restaurants? Drop by for some various selections of hawker food that could recharge your appetite.
You’ll just have to order the Ice Kacang from Weng Kee.
At just RM2, it’s a guilt not to have some ice shave with ingredients brimming out for a cool down during the hot weather these days.

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Pork Satay.
I think there were 2 stalls selling pork satays but only one was opened during our visit. Both were equally good as the meat texture was barbecued to the right degree. Well as for the sauce, it still could not beat Satay Rosley’s.
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Hokkien Mee was also a good stuff to try.
Wok hei, right flavour? You got it. It has a different deliciousness that you can’t describe if you compared this to Ahwa at off Jalan 222. We cleaned the plate fast.
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Wat Tan Hor
All the while I have been locking myself up to Ahwa’s.
This was my new found love. Kuey teow was not over-cooked. Gravy was flavoursome.
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Below are the mediocre orders, we thought ;P
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Cuttlefish Kangkung

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Rojak Buah

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Popiah

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Tauhu Bakar
PJ Old Town Food Court
Taman Selera
(next to PJ old town market, opposite bus station)


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17 Comment

  1. ai wei says: Reply

    very very nice photo! shi-fu, how to capture all these???

    i think i know where is PJ old town but not the food court in PJ old town. hehe, used to frequent there when i was young.

  2. Julian Si says: Reply

    Thought this was the food court which was used to be near "Jaya Supermarket" … Ah, them were the days!

    Great piccies, excellent write up … my favourite foods!

    Cheers 😉

  3. Precious Pea says: Reply

    You are making me homesick now. I miss Hokkien mee a lot and hate those here. Can you imagine having soda-soaked beef in your hokkien mee?? With no trace of jue yau jhar??

  4. mimid3vils says: Reply

    sometime I "don't like" go to food courts cause too many food choices & I feel like 1 2 try everything *sigh*

  5. thule a.k.a leo says: Reply

    one of the stalls in this food court has appeared in Jason(Axian) show recently… famous Hakka food including the abacus dish (subject to availability).
    Until today, I still have not managed to come here due to the location and it's environment

  6. Selba says: Reply

    Everything is so delicious that people could hardly to resist it.

    The ice kacang is a bit different than ours in Jakarta 🙂

  7. iamthewitch says: Reply

    Ahh spoiled for choice!! How did you eat so much?? I'm drooling at the satay though…

  8. ~Christine~Leng says: Reply

    aiwei~
    haha. Chris is grinning. he needs a cup of tea first. lol.
    next time we go here again for ice kacang!

    Julian Si~
    haha. Remember to drop by this Taman Selera! 🙂

    Precious Pea~
    hahaha… i understand gal. I've tried that. and suffered ;P

    mimid3vils~
    go in a group. can try many different food and not overeat 🙂

    Leo~
    oh really? is if the hakka YTF? saw many ppl lining up but didn't try tho.. ;P
    drop by with your family one weekend. environment may not be that decent, but nice food! hehe

    Selba~
    I love my ice kacang with gula melaka! hehe. How's the Jakarta version like yea?

    iamthewitch~
    pork satay! yummy! haha.. i ate quite a lot that night… ;P

  9. neemeng says: Reply

    there's a bkt behind macD my parents been going since their courtship days too. we still go every other week. maybe u shud giv it a try 😉

  10. J2Kfm says: Reply

    Wei very nice lah! Exactly the place I'd like to visit for a feast of street fares. Nice one Christine!

  11. Lilian says: Reply

    Hi,
    They are simple food but nice…
    like the every details of your photos too! What camera are you using? I am new follower of your blog after reading on the smokehouse one.
    I have a blog on food and beauty, do drop by my blog at
    methecontradiction.blogspot.com

    Cheers!

  12. taufulou says: Reply

    i just want the ice kacang now..the weather is freaking hot!

  13. Somewhere in Singapore says: Reply

    The satays is so tempting…

  14. inciktaktaopape says: Reply

    which stall do u go..??
    at the chinese stall site ka..??
    i always eat at the malay stall one…
    beside the nasi campur stall..
    not the naling one..
    naling food is sucks~~~
    hahaha

  15. Chong says: Reply

    Used to go there on Sundays when I was young.

    When you are there again, do try out the chicken rice stall (Kie Kee). It's quite famous for curry wild boar.

  16. Simon Seow says: Reply

    I've been patronizing this place ever since I was a child because my mum's side of the family stay in PJ Old Town lol.

  17. Nikel Khor says: Reply

    look great the place you..recommend d..

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