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Let's Go To Akoko!

AKOKO SOUNDS LIKE THE DANCE A-GO-GO but it is not a dancing club which we went to... instead it is a coffeeshop famous for their Wanton Noodles that need us to wait at least 15min to 30 min.....

I did not know about this place until now... this shop is actually fifteen minutes away from my house.  Thanks to you-know-who by now already, he took us to this shop for our first meal of the day.  While he parked his car, I went in to order.  The wanton mee seller told me to sit down first, he said he would come and see to my order later.  Ok, I obediently did what he said....

After parking his car, as my neighbour walked into the shop, he told the wanton mee seller his order and came to my table.... the seller did not tell him to sit down first.  Obviously he is a regular customer and I am not.  Then my neighbour asked me whether I have ordered, I told him that I was asked to sit and wait patiently.  

Yes, my neighbour ordered for me.... that would be so much faster.... and we did not have to wait too long for our food to arrive.  That is one of the perks going out with a foodie!

Two plates of Pork Ribs wanton mee 
with wantons....
Yes, they tasted very nice...
No wonder people do not mind waiting....
Another friend ordered the Hakka noodles...
Eaten with these condiments....
The Akoko....
If no patience, one has to do the A-go-go...



  1. It all looks delicious! Our coffee shops only have pastries and sandwiches.

  2. Akoko sounds like big brother or Japanese name. It's a clever name to remember easily esp when you said the food was nice!! 👍

  3. Everything looks so good, sure will dance a go go after eating! LOL!!!


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