While Hakka Pan Fried Hot Plate Pau can be found easily at Pasar Pagi ‘Morning Market’ and Pasar Malam but it’s not easy to find good ones (thin skin, soft and chewy with thick filling). Hakka Hot Plate Pau (铁板包) is a traditional Hakka pastry made from glutinous rice flour and stuffed with different fillings. This famous Sin Sang Loong Hakka Pan Fried Hot Plate stall at Sungai Buloh was once featured on 8TV Ho Chak 好吃 few years ago and each of the Hakka Hot Plate Pau only cost 70cents then but now it’s RM1.
This Hakka Hot Plate Pau stall is located few streets away from Jeff Lee Kitchen along Jalan Besar in Sungai Buloh. So after our lunch at Jeff Lee Kitchen, we drove over to Sin Sang Loong to get some Hakka Hot Plate Pau for dessert. It’s not exactly easy to locate this stall and even with navigation apps like Waze, I had to make a few rounds.
There are 3 fillings to choose from; peanut, red bean and coconut. Each of the Hakka Hot Plate Pau (铁板包) cost RM1.
Hot Plate full with Hakka Hot Plate Pau with different fillings (peanut, red bean and coconut). This Hakka Hot Plate Pau (铁板包) is a healthy snack cox it’s oil-free; no oil is used to fry it =)
Besides Hakka Hot Plate pau, they also sell Jin Dui (sesame balls with peanut, red bean and coconut fillings), chai kueh and handmade pau.
Verdict: If you happen to be in Sungai Buloh for lunch, do drop by and grab some hot Hakka Hot Plate Pau (铁板包) or chai kueh back for tea time or afternoon snacks. The Hakka Plate Pau at Sin Sang Loong is soft, chewy, has thick filling and definitely taste much better than those sold at morning market or Pasar Malam. We bought some back and heat it up for breakfast the next day, it still taste as good 🙂
Sin Sang Loong Hakka Pan Fried Hot Plate Pau @ Sungai Buloh
Address: No.345A, Jalan Besar, Kampung Baru, Sungai Buloh, Selangor (Behind RHB Bank)
Tel: 03-6156 2931
Opening Hours: 11am till finish; off days not fixed