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Our Breakfast At Six And A Half Cafe, Ipoh

ONE FINE SUNDAY AFTER CHURCH, I asked my girl where exactly she wanted to go for our first meal... I know it would be something that she Super Like cos she has hinted the night before but I did not know where till that very morning.  It is a cafe called Six and A Half... seriously, is that a name for a cafe?  Oh... anyway, I think it still it sounds better than Half Past Six.. a term we used to name someone who is not in the right sound of mind or is it right mind of sound?

Coming back to our breakfast, my girl drove me to this cafe at the Canning Business Center, a place where both of us have not been before this.  It is quite a new place with lots of empty shoplots still waiting to be rented.  Parking was easily accessible and after doing that, my girl led the way, up the stairs to the first floor...
Part of the cafe look like this from the place I was sitting...
There were a few tables already occupied on a Sunday morning.... 
We made our orders upon entering... 
And since it was still breakfast time, we selected the one with the heavy portion
So that we can share between both of us..... 
Our Breakfast for Two.... RM25
Yes, we are light eaters... 
Everything was divided into half... 
Four slices of bread, two pieces of meat patties and bacons, mushrooms and omelette... 
Comes with one Fresh Orange Juice...
And a cup of Earl Tea....
See how BIG this is??? 
But for both of us, the portion is JUST right!

Comments

  1. For two??? No!!!! I want that BIG breakfast all to myself. Miss that, had some really nice ones in New Zealand. Yum yummmm!!!!!

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  2. Haha. Lol for the name.

    Big breakfast! My hubby would love this because there is bacon.

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  3. good that both of you are small eaters so can share a dish.

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  4. such a huge breakfast...I would like to have it all by myself...then skip lunch.

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    1. Even if I wanted to, I think I really cannot finish them...

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  5. I like the omelette and I would want that fresh orange juice, yums!

    I am a big eater so I think I can finish that all by myself :P

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  6. Oh u should try their laksa seafood pesto! My fav!!!

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  7. This is an American breakfast! And it is a very big serving. So how did you like it? Would you return to this place? I wonder why it has such a name.

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    1. Yes, it is indeed very huge... Funny name, I agree!

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    2. The plate is big and the price is big too.

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  8. Omelette and bread for me. Looks like a big portion, even for me. Lol!

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