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Our Early Break Fast In Falim Famous Dim Sum

Yes, They Are Back In Action!

Arrived at 5.30am... I drove out to pick them up from the bus station and from there, we adjourned to pick up my girl from her college, reaching there around 6.30am!  Still in darkness, the guard was nowhere to be seen at the entrance... hahahaa...  Never expected such early visitors, I guess.....

On the way back, we stopped at Falim to have our early breakfast... heard that this dim sum shop is famous too but each time we did not get to taste them because we were late risers.. but this morning, we managed to "survey" a lot of choices but unfortunately, we could not get to to taste a lot... everyone was still in a "sleepy mode"... hahahaaa...
Yes, Sleepy mode... appetite is till lacking here....
Ok... let's see what else to order..... 
Someone's finger is pointing at something... :)
Soon... the table is filling up with all sorts.....
Egg tarts... yam dumpings.....
I guess that was about all.... we just couldn't eat much... so early in the morning...
Our early dim sum break fast.....
When we reached home, it was still very early...
We went back to ZZZZzzzzzz...
Get ourselves refreshed first before our second meal of the day...

Comments

  1. Eat pao and porridge, all also starchy and filling stuff, of course cannot eat more lah XD

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    1. Those are the common orders in a dim sum restaurant... that is why we must share out...

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  2. It looks like a great feast! You are all like me, no good in the morning. I am a night owl. I can even SEE in the first picture, you all look like you are falling asleep! When you wake up from your nap, you will think this was all a dream! Good thing you have the pictures!

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    1. hahahaa.. Dreaming of food, right? Yes, we have pictures to prove...

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  3. Yeah, yeah...your makan kakis are back. Feasting begin and watch out what you eat, ok. Nice spread of dim sum. With that heavy breakfast, I think it is hard for me to get back into my dreamland again. Am a early riser, by 5.00 am everyday, will be in the park for jogging and exercise. Reach home 6.30 am. Funny thing is I won't fall sleepy in the afternoon though I wake up that early.

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    1. Wow... you are very disciplined, Irene Tan! I wanna be like you.. or half like you.. getting up early... but not so early as 5am... give me 7 at least... hahahaha...

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  4. Wahhhhhh!!!! I want that whole tray! I can eat any time of day, no sleepy business one. Chesh! No guard? Must write in to complain - where got security like that? Bad for the safety of the students wor...

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    1. Maybe the guard screened us already from afar.. the passengers looked very decent one! hahahaa..

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  5. Yummzzz, I like to see dimsum for breakfast.. The table would be filled up with lots of food.. I love hamtan peitan housi sauyok porridge, siew mai and char siew pao.. Must order these, and oohhh a plate of chau lobak koh, and a plate of fried dumpling/suikow with mayo...Enuff for me liao.. Burrrppppp..

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  6. Reading this while on the way for breakfast before going church makes me hungry... hehe...

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  7. It must be good to see all of them again. Good start to the day with a dim sum breakfast!

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    1. Yes, start off the engine.. hahaha... but we instead went back to sleep...

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  8. Andy is counting how many more tray to come. Look at his fingers (2nd pix)

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    1. Yeah, caught his fingers there by accident... in the end, we managed to take the least...

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  9. Wah ...they on leave again ? So nice dim sum. .... the egg tarts looks good.

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  10. That is still quite a lot of food! Yum! Yum!

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    1. Enough to get us back to sleep for an hour or two... :)

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  11. Great to be back in action huh? Haha! A great feast!

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