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Hongkong Noodles At TK Noodle House, Florin Road

WOKE UP TO A SUNNY MORNING... My normal wake up call here is around 8.30am to 9am, not from my handphone but from the buzzing sound in the kitchen.  Excited voices could be heard each morning around this time, blending machine, coffee making, and I could not help it but wake up... time to start off the day joining in the ladies for a cuppa of coffee in the kitchen.  Correction, I am not a coffee drinker but certainly a fruit drinker... Each morning there is a glass of fruit juice waiting for me... thanks to my lovely sister... she always say.. "Even resorts do not serve you like this!"  True.. true..

For this morning, after our first drink, we went out for a Hongkong breakfast at TK Noodle at Florin Road.  To me, it is the best noodles I ever have out of Malaysia!  LOL.....
My morning exercise with the flurry member... 
Then it is time to pull out the car... 
One of my favorite spots for a good Chinese Breakfast....
The man with tattooed arm is the Captain....
We were presented with the menu....
Everything looks so good and they cost only a few $$...
Not few ringgit... LOL.... 
I ordered a bowl HK wanton noodles.... 
And it come in Super Large portions!
I surely cannot finish a bowl by myself... 
This is a combination of Wanton noodles and Flat Sticks aka Koay Teow...
Daikon with eggs.... 
Yes, we need to share.... no doubt about that.... 
A very fulfilling breakfast for me, 
that is for sure!


Comments

  1. That's one handsome guy there - looks like some Hong Kong tv or movie actor. :D Wahhhh!!! Go to the US, eat Hong Kong noodles. Hmmmmm!!!!!

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  2. Big portions because many of d gwei los r big-sized? Hahahah! But this looks like a really good place to eat. What's the name of d town?

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    1. Sacramento... Florin Road.. I guess.. hahaa..

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  3. From the last photo, can see clearly that the bowl of noodle is huge! How much is it in USD?

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  4. So much in a bowl. Not sure I could finish it all. Very macho captain with tattoo.

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    1. I dont think you could finish it too.. hahaa.. too big..

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  5. It all looks so yummy! And the menu is very good, too. They way they have the pictures by the name.

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  6. I remembered all American food portions and clothing sizes are damn big. That tatooed captain looks like Ang Moh and he manages Asian restaurant. Great!

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  7. I will go for the Wanton noodle, hehe...

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  8. the grass looks greenier at the other side....AND the food looks yummier at the other side....

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  9. No matter how far you go, die die must eat Chinese food. Just like my partner LOL! Those bowls of noodles are my size hee..hee...

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  10. The food pictures on the menu look very attractive. I would have a hard time making up my mind what to order. Lol!

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  11. The Daikon with egg looks like Fried Carrot Cake

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    1. Such a big bowl, it makes you look so petite haha

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