Best Pisang Goreng Cheese in Klang Valley

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Pisang goreng cheese or rather, cheesy banana fritters is the new food trend swooping down in Malaysia. Roadside stalls selling this Indonesian delicacy has been popping up left, right and center of every empty spot by the road nowadays. I even spotted three of them in my housing area. It feels like there is going to be an attack of the pisang goreng cheese and soon, they will be planning for world domination by getting humans addicted to it. Sadly, I am one of those human being who has fallen victim to the cheesy & sugary deliciousness of the bananas. How can you not? Look at that melted cheese and glittery sugar on top of crispy freshly-fried bananas coated with a thin layer of flour… You may scoff now & think that this addiction is ridiculous but go ahead, I dare you to take a bite into one of the banana fritters sold at the stalls below & see if you can stop. I dare you.

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    This family-owned business has been operating since 15 years but only opting to sell pisang goreng cheese since 2014 when the craze erupted like a cheesy explosion. The interesting thing about this stall is their bananas, which is especially sourced from Gua Musang in Kelantan, arriving every Friday to the owner’s doorstep. Besides that, the store only uses two kinds of banana for selling, their pisang abu and pisang nangka (no, we don’t know what’s the scientific or English translation for species of banana, we only enjoy eating them). Attention to detail and quality control runs strongly in the blood of this family as they will check for the insides of the banana & only fry the really good ones.

    Things to expect

    More than just cheesy bananas are sold here. They also sell fried sweet potatoes, keropok lekor and fried soycake or tempe.

    Best with

    Hot black coffee or kopi o as we Malaysians call it.



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