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Brunch At Bagan Kopitiam, Perling, Johor

IN JOHOR back to our little nest, we have two meals per day only.  No point waking up early to catch breakfast, we went for brunch instead.  There are many stalls and eatery shops near our place and sometimes we could not make up our mind where to go. 

As usual, I will have a craving for the "Pinch Pan Mee" in a shop here at Bagan, Perling.  Unfortunately it was closed on the day we went.  I opted for the next stall selling seafood noodles and decided to try it out.  My son settled for Kolo Noodles at another stall.  Prices are reasonable at the shop called Bagan Kopitiam ... formerly known as Hou in Perling.  I like that shop cos there are more than ten stalls inside and most of the food are not bad....
These went into my stomach first while waiting for the food to be served... 

My order.. a mixture of this and that... 
Cost around RM6-8... cannot remember exactly how much... 
My son's Big Bowl of noodles... 
I surely cannot finish them all... but I did try a spoonful of it... 
Tasty too!
How much?  Maybe around RM5-6? 
I told my son that we must come back again the next morning for my Pan Mee...  
And we really did.. 
But this time the whole shop was closed for the day!
Aiyah.. 
Really not meant for me to eat... 

Comments

  1. I see liver...and kolo mee. Yum yummmm!!! So you're down south now, eh? Time to look east, come to Sibu - direct flight from Senai.

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  2. What is that in the first dish! It is so pretty and pastel!!

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  3. I can see that the liver is not well cook. I prefer the kolo mee and I like the fruits.

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  4. Your bowl of noodles with lots of liew looks good. Your son's bog bowl of noodles, I can sapu. No problem LOL!

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  5. Liver and koko mee for me, yum yum

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  6. Oooh. The kolo mee looked good to me.

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  7. rm5 rm6 cheap leh...some more got HAR. Other place might have to pay RM10 above

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    1. Oh really! If more than Rm10, surely I will remember..

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  8. No fate with this pan mee this time round.

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