Home Food ReviewsCuisineDessert Tong Sui at Taman Muda, Cheras

Tong Sui

Tong Sui can potentially make or break my day, just like coffee. I rarely go for this sweet treat, because more often than not, it is laden with sugar but short on ingredients. A friend of rif’s told us about this good tong sui place he frequents in Taman Muda, and coming from a Cheras boy, that’s a good sign.


Getting there was tough for us but we eventually found the stall, located next to the BH petrol station. We got there slightly after the uncle set up stall at about 10.30am. We were told to try the back sesame tong sui, bubur gandum and this fuchuk with beans tong sui. Please bear with me as I have no idea how to pronounce these treats in Chinese. *note to self: Send my kids to Chinese school!



Bubur Gandum

I love bubur gandum just as much as bubur cha cha and this uncle’s bubur gandum was pretty wicked. Smooth with a good bite from the gandum bits, it was moderately sweet and very aromatic.


Black Sesame

I used to like the black sesame tong sui at KTZ in Kepong, but after trying this one, I’ll no longer order the one at KTZ. This black sesame tong sui was thick and soothing to the throat. Only after letting it cool for a while. Don’t be a hero and swallow this when it’s piping hot.


Fuchuk with Beans

The fuchuk with beans tong sui was foreign to me but I’m glad I tried it. I liked the texture as the bits of fuchuk (beancurd sheets) and beans complemented each other well. Like the other two tong sui, this one was of just the right sweetness. The price range between RM1.50 to RM3, depending on what you order.

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Ambiance: 5/10
Price: 7/10
Tong Sui: 8/10 (pork free)
Verdict: The best tong sui I’ve tried outside, so far!


Tong Sui Stall,
(nextto BH Petrol Station)
Jalan Bunga Tanjung 7
Taman Muda,
56100 Kuala Lumpur
Tel: 012-264 1220
GPS Coordinates: N 3 07.103 E 101 45.574


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Melissa February 27, 2013 - 10:10 am

wow…not bad. so early oledi got tong sui stall. My favorite tong sui is ‘fa sang wu’ & ‘ji ma wu’! But often feels jelak if they are too thick (pekat). ;-)

Bangsar Babe February 27, 2013 - 5:16 pm

This one was quite thick from the sesame. But I like! Hehehe

Sean February 27, 2013 - 10:11 am

Oooo sounds good. I rarely have tong sui, and I’ve never been very fond of it, but maybe I’ve just never tried the really worthwhile ones before. Of course, my dream would be for someone to make Kahlua-tinged tong sui (or I could just bring my own bottle and pour it generously into the tong sui) :D

Bangsar Babe February 27, 2013 - 5:15 pm

HAHAHAHA!! That will be a first. :P

ulric February 27, 2013 - 1:30 pm

I like all 3 tong sui! :)

Bangsar Babe February 27, 2013 - 5:15 pm

So greedy, but good for me! :D

Choi Yen February 28, 2013 - 11:01 am

Heard of this Tong Sui but hardly explore to Cheras area :(

Siew Wai September 23, 2014 - 6:31 pm

That uncle is my dad! He is my Hero. Thank you Bangsar Babe! ;)

Bangsar Babe September 24, 2014 - 10:48 am

Wow! Thanks for letting me know Siew Wai. Your dad makes really good tong sui!! :)


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