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My Lady Boss's Treat At Pin Sum, Menglembu

DURING THE DAY, I NORMALLY GO BREAKFAST, BRUNCH OR LUNCH with my group of friends and at the same time, catching up with them on life updates.  I need my "battery charge" especially on the first meal, something heavy in the day and lighter in the evening.  But most of the time I end up taking two full meals per day, heavy more than light.... hahahaa... 

On this particular day, it was almost 1pm when I went out for my first meal... I had some oats in the morning so I postponed my solid meal till lunch.  Thank goodness my two foodie friends were free to take lunch with me when I called them up.... From my place, it took me a fifteen minutes drive to pick them up and another fifteen minutes to reach Pin Sum in Menglembu....

We came at the peak time... 
Almost every table was occupied except for the last one reserved for us behind... 
As I am the one most hungry, I did the ordering... 
Ordered their signature dish... *Sam See Mee*
Three types of stripes as translated... 
The mushroom, dried sotong and meat stripes... 
Something different and it is very tasty... 
Fried meehoon and it seems the ingredients covers most the the noodles.... 
This is also their specialty.... "Yong Liew" 
Actually I ordered six but came out ten...
Maybe that is the minimum order... 
For the three of us, these were just sufficient... no more no less.... 
The cost came to around RM29 and it should be my treat since I am the one who invite...
But my friend wanted to be the Boss... so I let her.. 
Thank you Boss... 


  1. Loves the food, the chair, .. was tis the closed one we went?

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  3. so nice of ur fren...I dun mind to tag along if got 'boss' paying the meals!

  4. I think I will like the taste of Sam See Mee the best! So nice of your friend to be the boss for this meal, hehehehe.

    1. Yes, I agree, I like the taste too.. but cannot take too often..

  5. Today i learn a new name - Sam See Mee..!!
    The portion is very generous for the cheap total.

  6. Who's your friend? Introduce to me! I don't mind letting her be the boss. Hehehehehe!!!!

    1. hahahha.. next time I introduce you to her..

  7. Nice lah got "boss" to belanja :D

  8. Another day to be the "boss". Haha. Like your lunch. No rice but noodle.

  9. These look so good, and they look homemade too. You know me, of course my favorite is the noodles! They look so GOOD! What a great friend you have for paying!

  10. Love their specialty, looks enough to fill up the stomach and have a good "full" feeling

    I like the Sam See Mee too!

  11. RM29 for 2 noodles and 10 pcs of yong liew, and for 3 people, ok already, about RM10 per person, ok wor..


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