If you recall, I managed to fight for seats at Nyonya Colours few months back to sample their top-notch kuihs. This place used to be darn packed on weekends but the rave seems to have subsided recently.
Char siew bao went for their cucur udang (RM1.50). Didn't get to try it cus Csb was in possession of the cucur. I bet they taste great too. You can tell from the way Csb gorged his fried shrimp batter.
I grabbed a small box of steam sponge cake (gei dan gou), around RM2. This fluffy sponge cakes have always been my fave since my childhood time. Nyonya colours' version even has a layer of kaya sandwiched in between the pandan and the original flavoured sponge cakes.Ooo...I'm so in luv with this.
The greedy gluttons picked another 2 pieces of kuihs from the display case, price range from 80 cents to RM1 per piece. I can assure you that their kuih slices are the best in town, at least better than the kuihs sold in pasar malam. Very flavourful and and and....they are just so delicious. We had tapioca cake (left) and kuih getuk (right). The kuih getuk tasted interesting cus I never had this kind of kuihs before. I think it is made of mashed 'muk shue' (or 'wood sweet potato? I only know its cantonese name ;p) and topped with grated coconut.
Not to forget my fave shaved ice dessert. This time round we had a bowl of Thai Red Ruby (RM3-4), the red rubies are actually water chestnut morsels with red colouring, drizzled with santan and topped with some sweet nangka slices...Ooo so heavenly refreshing.
You have got to try this if you luv nyonya snacks. Hope I didn't spoil your diet plan. Aiya, who cares, they are good food man!
LOCATION: One Utama.