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Otak Otak Muar And Fish Noodles At Farlim

THIS MORNING I HAD A VERY SIMPLE BREAKFAST ALL BY MYSELF....  No, I didn't sit in the coffeeshop alone, I really don't like to sit alone and eat.. when I am always alone, I normally "packet" back to my own nest and sit comfortable to eat it in the kitchen.... and this morning was no different, I bought a packet of Chee Cheong Fun from the famous stall in Canning Garden coffeeshop, just opposite the market....

Just the dry version... sweet and spicy sauce...
And I was satisfied... 
Till...
I received some images in my WhatsApp... 
"Luring" me to go and have these.... 
Otak Otak Muar style!
Oh oh, I couldn't resist... and an hour later, I was on my way to Farlim to meet them up... 
I really couldn't find this place if not for my foodie friends who told me to wait at Tin City...
This stall is situated at a small lane just behind Kapitan Restaurant in Farlim...
These were what we ordered.... 
And I ended up swallowing another bowl of non-spicy noodles!
The "Fei Yuen" are the ones I really like.....
And these marble fish balls.... I heard they are 20 sen each.... 
I think I swallowed many of them!
Plus some freshly fried stuff.... and we were almost done.... 
Yes Almost.....
If not for this Otak Otak in the midst of grilling.... 
And we ended up ordering another 10 as a side-kick...
That was my so-called lunch... 
The five of us went back to our respective homes patting our tummies...


Comments

  1. My! My! How it has shrunk! Such a small piece, the otak otak. How much each? I like these Muar's ones as well.

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  2. I love fishballs & can swallow alot too.

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    1. 20 sen for each and can swallow 5 at a time...

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  3. I am not so keen on fishballs or otak-otak but I will want the crispy crunchy stuff!

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  4. I like otah, i can eat many sticks of it... hehe...

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  5. Wow! So much food eaten. You sure have big appetite!!

    I want that bowl of fish balls. Yummy.

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  6. I want that cheong fun! Always prefer these and the KL ones with sweet sauce, over the Penang ones... T_T

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    1. Ipoh has its own style of CCF... this one is nice...

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