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Hot Jack Cafe And Pulau Sembilan Chicken Koay Teow

ANOTHER SLUMBER NIGHT...
The next evening we went to Hot Jack cafe along Jalan Pasir Puteh... This place reminded me of the coffeehouse of the yesteryears.  Nowadays they are called cafe, coffeehouse belongs to the yesteryears, the song Yesterday Once More has now become Today No More...

Back to Hot Jack food, each of us ordered a meal for our dinner, a fusion of the east and the west.  I did not feel like taking any western food and the one which looks the most eastern is my order. 
Fried Chicken Chop rice... around RM12
Spaghetti with grilled chicken RM16 or RM17... cannot remember...
And fried noodles RM7.90
So can anyone guess which one is my order after the tip above?  :)
This was for our morning breakfast... 
My favourite bowl of silky smooth Chicken Koay Teow at Pulau Sembilan coffeeshop..
Only RM5 ... best of the best!
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Comments

  1. Cafe prices, not cheap but as long as it is nice, then it is all right, worth it.

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  2. I guess the fried noodle. What ever, I like all the orders. Western or Eastern, they ngam my taste. Hehe.

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  3. Should be the fried noodle ba? Looks good to me!

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  4. The spaghetti and chicken, and the last dish look awesome! Wish I could taste them.

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  5. I guess the fried noodles and I like the last dish

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  6. Out of all, i find the chicken kway teow looks so good here.

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  7. like the other comments above I think fried noodles is your order. I seldom eat chicken chop because I don't like the fats hidden in between the thigh meat folds. I prefer chicken breast meat.

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