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Where to find our favourite snacks, from dawn till night

This long-stand­ing fried frit­ter stall has stood at the same spot for 43 years and the per­son run­ning it all this time is Les­lie Chin. Folks fre­quently flock to this tiny road­side stall for his lim­ited but de­pend­ably good se­lec­tion of frit­ters which in­cludes yao char kuey, kap chung and two va­ri­eties of ham chin peng – one with red bean paste fill­ing and one with­out fill­ing. By noon, you’ll usu­ally find a siz­able queue form­ing; if you don’t, it’s likely that cus­tomers have al­ready placed their or­ders and will re­turn to col­lect them later. Les­lie reg­u­larly makes fresh batches sev­eral times a day so you’re guar­an­teed crispy and pip­ing hot frit­ters. Jalan SS2/6 (in front of Da Ma Cai), SS2, PJ. Mon-Wed & FriSun, 11.30am-1.30pm. From RM1 per piece.

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