Wednesday, March 31, 2021

Breakfast At Sixth Half Coffee, Ipoh

CAFE-ING TIME in the morning when I woke up...

Went out at 9am to meet up with a stranger to see a house... no, no, I am not buying any property, I just went on behalf and took some videos and then sent to the person concerned.  Part time broker?  LOL.... I think it is not successful, I did not receive any feedback after sending out videos... failed mission!  No worries, there are always more coming, no need to be anxious.  

Then I went for breakfast with my friend, that is... actually the best part of the day!
We went to Sixth Half Coffee at the Canning Business Point for our breakfast.  First question upon entering... "Do you have a reservation?" No, we did not book, nevertheless we were ushered in to a table for 4 cos another friend would be joining us too.  We were gently reminded that the table we were sitting was actually reserved at 11am.... Good, we have an hour plus to tete-a-tete.... 

We ordered a simple breakfast.... 
Not sure what this is called....
Breakfast 428...
I was expecting a Continental breakfast... LOL...
No meat meal... 
Consists of mushroom, eggs, spinach and grated cheese....
Well, something new to me...
And it cost RM20.... 
Ordered a Tuna potato puff... RM8
Earl Grey comes together with the breakfast set....
My friend came just for a cup of coffee... 
Total cost RM35 for our breakfast!

5 comments:

  1. Looks like a vegetable lasagna with cheese layering. So all the food are yours and your friend just had a cup of coffee?

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  2. Wahhhh!!!! You broker now kah? Can make a lot of money wor!!! Don't forget to give me a treat, ya!

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  3. These both look so good! Wish i knew how to make this tuna puff!

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  4. Is that dish with mushroom, eggs, spinach and grated cheese a kind of soup?

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