My first Soursoppy or Ang Mor Lu Lien, the Caucasian Durian. Unlike most things with an Ang Mor prefix, the soursop is actually quite intense. Fragrant with a soft, squishy fibrous texture, it's not the easiest fruit to physically eat but has a rewarding particularity. Like the durian, the soursop also has its seasons and evidently, we're not quite there yet but I had begged mum to locate this fruit, as I have long been a fan of soursop juice and ice blocks. Takeaway Hokkien Mee that I had to grudgingly make do with because Joki Road Nasi Lemak was closed for breakfast. Four days prior to my departure, this blow is a little difficult to stomach. Minchy was kind enough to meet me up at Laksania by Giant on Burmad Road to help tick off my must-eat list before my imminent departure. Pictured is the Assam Laksa. Fishy close up Sides of shrimp fritters and crunchy poh piah + worchestershire sauce. Excellent crunch. Note the edited cili padis on the poh piah plate.