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Very Light Lunch In Old Town

We wanted something light for lunch so I suggested this place here in Old Town along Leech Street. Initially I thought of ordering some mixed fruits varieties (rojak) and that was it.  But the moment we entered the shop, we "fell into temptation."  Eventually we ended up ordering a bit of this and they were all mouth-watering food for the three of us!
 Our supposedly "Light Lunch"
 Initially we only "planned" to have this... Rojak....
....dipped with this thick nutty sauce....
Then of one us ordered a plate of koay teow with just cockles...
Just to nibble nibble a bit... so she said...
I saw hot steamy buns and couldn't resist not ordering two pieces...
These didn't escape my eyes either....
And eventually all the "extras" fall in.... 
Each of us chipped in a RM5 and we will get this delightful "Light Lunch!"
LOL....

Comments

  1. Ahhhhh!!!! For a while I thought you went to that franchiose place - eyewwwwww!!!!! What you had is definitely so much better (and cheaper) than what they serve at that place.

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    1. Which franchise place? I still prefer these coffeeshops.. only no air con.. hahaaa...

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  2. You have so many places to eat that I cannot even count them! One place for each day of the year for sure? We do not have that many.

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    1. Homecooked food is always the best, Ginny.. :)

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  3. wah wah wah.. how could you just ordered the rojak there?? the fried koay teow, the buns and the kuih all looked so yummy lor.. and okay lah everyone chipped in RM5 and got a very happy "light" feast~~ :p

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    1. Yes, light and easy...FM... hahaha... ended up eating more than we planned...

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  4. I was thinking THAT old town haha, the rojak looks good but no thank you for the CKT :P

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    1. hey, you are quoting our famous Sibu Food Mayor words!

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  5. Nice lunch. You used to have very light lunch but today heavy. Good appetite. So cheap. Only chipped in RM5 per pax. Love the bun with bak kua.

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    1. Long time didnt tak bah kua with bun and since they are steaming hot, they tasted nice!

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  6. If i were to go, sure won't escape my eyes... lol...

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  7. Thats really light Reana:) I like their laksa, in fact laksa mixed with curry, but i think this only available in the branch i used to visit here in PJ.

    Simon Lee

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    1. Over here in Ipoh, laksa is laksa and curry is curry... no mix.. :p

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  8. Wow, these are pretty cheap and tasty!!! =]

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  9. Hello Claire, I like how the rojak is being served - with sauce separately so that you can put less amount. Yummy yummy food!

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