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Keng Nam Is Still Their Choice

THEIR FAVOURITE....

This place called Keng Nam, a corner coffeeshop in town, it has been here for decades and my kids have been eating there ever since they were young toddlers.  And now they are grown, they still frequent this shop for morning breakfast.  We are really good eaters, we ordered so much that the food could last us till dinner time! 
Their half boiled eggs with Hainanese bread is popular in this shop... 
So is the Glutinous rice with Kaya... 
Another stall is selling Chee Cheong Fun... 
Every table sure have this curry noodles... 
Actually this is not my favourite... 
I tasted some stalls which are really much better... 
 This is the dried type... 
My son really over-ordered...
Two sets of the bread set!
Plus these.... 
All these food for the 4 of us.....
It is like food marathon for these youngsters! 

Comments

  1. I can see why they love this place but I do not think that is a lot, basically just one order per person! I sure can eat a lot more than that!

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  2. Look at the half boiled eggs with runny yolks, they are calling me. I would go for the Hainan bread with the eggs and the ccf. I have never tasted glutinous rice with kaya before, only savory ones.

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  3. Wish I could try the bread and curry noodles!

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  4. Glutinous rice with Kaya? Kaya? Is it a thing to eat like this? LOL :D

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  5. Looks delicious and so nicely presented.

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  6. Next time if I ever get to eat at this eatery, I will order glutinous rice with kaya. Yums!

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  7. the bread with soft boiled egg looks good! the youngster really can eat!

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  8. Oh my God! I love that half boiled eggs on buttered thick toasts! I could finish 2 plates by myself.

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