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Salmon Quiche Among Other Pastries At Tammy's Kitchen

During the long lunch hour today, Elin and I accomplished our tasks... the last Friday before school reopens, no traffic jam, it was so nice... Within the two hours plus, we managed to do some banking transactions, I went for a wash-cut-blow on my hair and lastly and not least, we had a nice and satisfying lunch... well, at least it was very satisfying for me, not so sure about Elin.. hahaha... but I am sure she did cos I heard her asking the lady boss whether there is any special menu on Father's Day next Sunday!  (Someone is going to be very happy next week!)

After my haircut, we didn't actually know where and what to eat... we made a few suggestions among ourselves... "Laksa in Gunong Rapat?  No... Desserts in Eight Bo Tea?  No... Greentown home recipe?  Nope... " and finally one of us suggested "How about some pastries in Tammy's?"  YES!

To our surprise and astonishment, Tammy's Kitchen was full to the brim during lunch hour... (almost 1.45pm) and we had to wait for another 15-20 minutes before we were served..... Well, that proves the food there must be tasty, right?
Tammy's famous quiche... we ordered the salmon quiche.... very fast sold out!
RM15.90 (if not mistaken)
Generous slices of salmon....
Freshly Baked Chicken Pie!
The pastry was very fluffy and nice with lots of fillings filled to the brim!
and a meal isn't a meal without ordering desserts, right?
This is Royal Banana Cake... (right, Elin?)
Never mind the name, as long as it tastes Good!
Well....what do we say??
Tammy will not see the last of us yet....
Surely we will come again... and again.....  
*grin*

Comments

  1. wow, really very useful long friday lunch for you huh?? you can do so many things within that 2 hours, haha!! and ate a lot too, but TGIF, it's meant to relax and be happy right?? :)

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  2. sk, this is the only day where we can relax a bit.. :)

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  3. it's has been a long time i last went there..i must try their famous quiche next time!

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  4. Ooooooo...love the first two! Look sooooo good! Cutting down on sweet temptations.

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  5. So nice on Friday you get a 2-hour lunch. I must make a point to visit Tammy when I am around that area. Thanks for the yummy looking photos!

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  6. the pictures speaks for themselves!
    if only I could get a taste of each just by looking haha

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  7. sk: yes..Friday is always the day we look forward to!


    lena: you must go in afternoon, by night no more..

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  8. stp: me anything also can wallop! Hopefully all balanced.. hahaha..


    ginny: i agree with you!


    mun: anytime! Look for me too!

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  9. mecoy: i also wish like that too when i go food blogs!

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  10. Wow, looks so good. Both shows satifaction, hehehe!!!

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  11. I like quiche & usually get mine from Delifrance. So sorry foodpanda doesn't deliver to your area, no wonder I didn't see your post.

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  12. Malaysia school reopen on Mon?

    The foods is so tempting...

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  13. Woi...me nit yet breakfast. ..now see this hungry jor

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