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Hainanese French Toast And Noodles For Brunch

AFTER THE LONG WALK OF 5000 STEPS, I went to replenish back the calories lost by eating a good brunch.  The three of us went to an open air coffeeshop along Jalan Osborne to have a tasty and unhealthy meal.... LOL... 

The shop is famous for their Hainanese French toast and that was what I love to eat.  By this time there were only three tables occupied and the noodle stalls in front have already closed by then.  

A set to share.... RM5.20
I thought the price was RM4.80 the last time I came here... 
French toast dipped with kaya... 
I asked whether they are selling the Kaya separately...
No, they do not sell their kaya... 
Hokkien noodles mixed with meehoon.... 
Portion for two... RM12
Yes, the food was more than enough for us 3 persons.... 
For dinner, I had vegetable soup with egg... 
My meals for the day is completed... 



  1. Everything is getting expensive since hike in price after CNY.

    Lovely brunch to share around.

  2. The french toasts look so crispy and delicious! 3 persons share two items means u all are watching the amount that you eat which is very good. A light dinner is the right way to go.

  3. Never had Hainanese french toast, loti kiap - toast with butter & kaya, yes...and their coffee with half boiled eggs..

  4. Oh, these noodles look so good! And now I am wondering what Kaya is.

  5. Ipoh hokkien mee looks lighter in colour....and has lotsa ingredients....In KL, the hokkien mee is all dark with no gravy at all!


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