Friday, June 22, 2012

Best Salut Coconut Pudding

The famous Salut Coconut Pudding is located beside the road right after you make a 9' o clock turn at the round about after a distant from Politeknik campus.


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1 Borneo (A) / Tuaran (B) to Road Side Salut Kelapa Pudding (C)

It takes about 20 minutes from 1Borneo to Salut Kelapa Pudding and roughly 30 minutes from Tuaran.









The opening hour varies among different stores but basically they open around 10am until 6pm. However there were store that open up later than that. There are over 20 stores selling coconut pudding over there.

Tip: Be caution when you try to park your car or enter the road after meal. It is a highway and the car can be really speedy some times.

FAQ: Which store had the best coconut pudding?
Personally i think the quality of the coconut pudding is not consistent. Even you are in the same store trying out different coconut pudding would give you different level of sweetness. So i would recommend you to tour around the stores before settling down or you can just follow the crowd. 

You can chose to have your coconut pudding in the cup of in the coconut itself and both cost you RM2 and Rm4 respectively. There are other pudding flavor too like pandan, mango and sweet corn. Original flavor is still my favorite.


Tip: I believe in choosing light green coconut taste better because the coconut is younger and the meat is thicker and the pudding sweeter.



Kelapa bakar is something special to try and i did expect the coconut juice to be sweeter than usual but the it tasted nothing different than original one except it is warm or hot. I guess it would be nice to try it at least once. 



Lokan Pangang aka BBQ Seashell. Questionable hygiene issue here. I never try it before but if anyone of you brave enough to try it, let me know how does it taste like below the comment section! i will be glad to update and insert your review in my post.


Hayden Chan

3 comments:

  1. Hmmm interesting. Would love to try the Lokan Bakar. How much is it a longgok like that? Saw STP blogged about it http://suituapui.wordpress.com/2012/05/03/sundown/

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  2. Going there to try one of these days :)

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  3. Coconut bakar... I expect it to have bakar taste for the meat XD

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