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Breakfast And Brunch At Menglembu Market

EVER SINCE I CAME BACK FROM PANGKOR LAUT RESORT, my weight seems to be gradually increasing day by day.  I am becoming heavier though I am eating not-so-much.  I read articles mentioning Eat like a King during breakfast, eat like a prince at lunch time and a pauper at dinner and I follow one of them.  Guess which?
One fine morning after my trip, I went all the way to Menglembu to have good food!
My friend took me for Gopeng short noodles, 
just opposite Ma Chai, Jalan Pike in Menglembu....
Both of us shared this bowl of noodles..... 
She told me that their fish balls are not to be missed.....  Yes, she was right!
Since we shared a bowl of noodles, she insisted that we had a dumpling each... filled with kaya...
She bought it from a shop same row with Ma Chai... 
Seems this shop is famous for their dumplings.... 
Immediately after our  noodles, we went into the Menglembu market...
She told me that this stall is famous for the steamed chicken!
Oh gosh... seems we have "elastic stomach!"
Just look at the crowd!  And it was only 11am plus...
Oh dear, I just couldn't resist not queuing up and getting what I want!
Ok, I know I am rounded... but who cares.... right? 
Food makes me grin big-big!
Same with her.... getting our free water to go with our brunch...
My orders.... chicken drumstick, chap choy and yam meat....
The price startled me most!
For these goodies above, it cost RM8.30!
That answers why the crowd is there everyday.... 
We are really "gluttons!"
Yes, sharing is always caring for one another...
Plus growing sideways together....
Together we feed, united we eat!

Comments

  1. Ha Ha! From breakfast straight into lunch. The lemon juice from the next stall very nice.

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    1. Oh, I didn't try that.. too full to go in anymore.. hahahaa

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  2. Eat like a king for breakfast and a prince for lunch? Since you ate a huge brunch.

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    1. Both meals accomplished.. then evening eat like a pauper.. drink water.. hahahaa

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  3. The pao skin looks...different. Kaya? No, thanks. I prefer those with meat. Hehehehehe!!!!

    Have to queue? No, thanks as well. Went to a new place here, so many people standing outside waiting for a table - I just left.

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  4. wahahaha! Too much good food and fun in Pangkor huh? Never mind, eat is a blessing. Stop worrying about weight gain!

    Lau Shu Fen. My mum's favourite noodle. So much food on the table.

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    1. Yeah, I will stop worrying.. just cannot resist...

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  5. It is like you are only having one meal only a day, because you are only eating all day long! One meal that never stops!

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  6. Eat! Just eat! LOL! Unbelievable that those 3 dishes and rice all cost RM8.30. Over here one packet of chap fan with one meat and 2 vege also RM7.00 already.

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  7. nice slogan "united we eat"! sounds like 1Malaysia pulak! 3 dishes for RM8.30 very worth it! I drool seeing that chicken dish!

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  8. No matter how much you ate, you never looked fat at all. What is your hidden secrets?

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