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Bonkers Over Bananas And Breakfast At Moon De Moon

TING... THE MESSAGE SHOWED..."TOMORROW WHAT TIME?" ... then few seconds later, the reply came.."8.30am, get ready!"  Our usual communication during the night to prepare for the next day.  That means... I got to get up at 7.45 this morning, very much earlier than my usual wakey time!  But then it is all worth it when I can have my first meal of the day spent with my happy foodie friends....

Since it was early this morning, I suggested going to the Moon The Moon in Taman Mirindi near Wah Keong Park.  This shop is normally crowded in the morning because of their famous smooth silky chicken koay teow.  Any time after 10am, it is "risky", they might be sold out by then....

We
Even though we were early, we could not get a place inside the shop... 
So we had to sit out on the road... and admire the trees opposite.  :)
While waiting for our noodles to be served, my friends went bonkers over... 
BANANAS!!
hahahahhaa...
Started off as an appetizer....for us.....

To my surprise, the food came earlier than I expected... 
The thick broth of chicken and prawn.... 
Just enough to cover the silky noodles.... 
Each of us had a bowl of that.... 
And a plate of Mun Sang Mee to be put in the center for "side-kicks"
There.... our orders...  for the camera to "eat first!"
And somehow not ONLY the food was taken.... 
We old retirees have fun taking each other as well!
NOW... who says OLD cannot have fun?


Comments

  1. What bananas are those? I like what we call kay leng chio, Indian banana - dunno what it is called there. Seller in Melaka told me not to use that name in case I got beaten up. Hehehehehehe!!!! Noodles look good, wish you would state the prices though.

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    1. Oh, I forgotten about the prices... it is RM4.50 per bowl... including the fried noodles too... :)

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  2. I love that Koay Teow chicken soup. As long as they are from Ipoh, all are good for me.
    That bananas looked so nice like a big sunflower! They all went to toilet right away?

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  3. One of the best kai si hor fun in town. For big eaters must order 2 bowls!

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  4. The kai si hor fun looks very tasty and the portion is just small enough for me.

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  5. Another one of our favourite eateries but it usually entails an extremely long wait. All for good food

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    1. You are absolutely right! Must go there early early...

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  6. I love your blog!
    Do you want to support each other's blog by following each other?:) Please let me know if you do so I can follow you right back x

    xoxo, Nastya

    MY BLOG NASTYA DEUTSCH
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    1. Sure I will Nastya, thanks for coming by!

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    2. Sure I will Nastya, thanks for coming by!

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  7. I like the kai si hor fun, looks so yummy

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  8. The silky chicken koay teow, must bookmark it... kaka...

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