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Eating Spree On A Sunday

EATING SPREE CONTINUES...

In Menglembu the next morning, we had our breakfast... someone told us that the Wanton noodles here is the best!  It is along the Jalan Pike and not only the noodles is famous, the shop also sells Hakka dumplings (pau) and for desserts lover like me, their sticky rice with their homemade fragrant kaya is a Must Order. 

At first we thought of sharing a plate of noodles but we changed our mind at the last minute.  Too hungry to share.... and we ended up taking a plate each, full of regrets later cos we still have a few more places to go!
Greedy me!  I ordered wanton noodles with add-on-s too!
Comes with a bowl of mini wantons... 
Giant dumplings.. One each for the five of us... 
This is put at the center of our table... 
The sticky rice is still hot and soft.... 
I must go there again just to eat this!

After our breakfast, we walked around AEON in Farlim,
 our aim is to quicken the digestion of the noodles... 
but now at my age, the metabolism level is super slow!
Cos I want to "clear" some space in my stomach for this below..... !!
Laksa at Farlim roadside....
We have to share this time... 


We ordered four bowls to be shared among the seven of us this time... 
Cos we have another place to go!
Went to Jelapang for rojak... YES!
And another road side stall at Bercham.... 
The famous Cendol Wawasan 2020!
Yes, we have to queue up for the Desserts... 
And that ended our Eating Spree for the day!

Comments

  1. Good tasty food! I try to do that too - walk off the meal so that I can eat the next meal! Lolx!

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  2. Oh? My post today is also on what we had on a Sunday...but no, we did not have anything Chinese.

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  3. I just had wanton and dumpling on Saturday, seeing yours makes me wants to eat it again, hehe...

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  4. Gosh. What a filling breakfast! I wonder how you can eat after that! Haha.

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  5. My wife dislike rice but loves sticky rice! Weird & funny lady.
    I love that laksa as it looks generous with ingredients.

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