Monday, December 8, 2014

Our supper

I love to go to hawkers centre for local food. Cheaper and less commercialised. And that is where you could find good and tasty food.

On Saturday night we went to 3rd miles hawkers market (above the wet market) for supper. We were pretty hungry after our walk and fun in CityOne Mall.

My mum had kueh chap and boy! It looked and tasted good. RM4.50 for this regular bowl. 

I were craving for some fried kuaw tiaw so here was my plate. It did looked plain but this is how I like my fried kuaw tiaw. A lot of bean sprouts and eggs. Not too oily but enough "wok hei".

Sis and dad each had the tomato kuaw tiaw from the same stall as my fried kuaw tiaw. Tasted nice too.

And I missed this sweet tong sui. It is called Laicikan. Very refreshing, sweet and cooling dessert. 

We ordered the tong sui from this stall.


My kids also have few sticks of chicken satay and ketupat even after finished a big pretzels each in the mall prior to our supper. They must be ravenous after all those fun and walking! 

And we went home feeling full and tired. A wonderful Saturday night.

13 comments:

Princess Ribbon said...

Drooling looking at all those food.. Yep I like kopitiam food too.. Especially ckt.. That laicikan looks so refreshing.. Sluurrpppp..

Somewhere in Singapore said...

I prefer to go Hawker too as find the foods nicer than those in food court...

Cindyrina Rina said...

Me too love hawker food. I like Penang Fried Koay Toew and Noodles. First time here...nice to meet you Rose :)

Rose said...

Hi Cindyrina. Thanks for leaving your comment here. Nice meeting you too.

Hayley said...

Tomato kuey teow? Hmm interesting~

Libby said...

Hi Rose, I will like to send you a souvenir, can you leave your postal address in my email lilian_fu2002@yahoo.com, thanks

Ez Vina said...

This is one thing of our regular place as well.

Sharon D said...

Wow..the kueh chap looks awesome :D

suituapui said...

What??? RM4.50 only? All those ingredients? So so so cheap. I had one that day - so-called special, RM7.00, so miserable, not really nice even. Blogpost on it coming soon...

mun said...

Never eaten tomato kt before. I like the kway chap but hard to find in kl. Last time I ate that in Singapore.

wenn said...

I love hawker's food too..

Merryn said...

I love hawker food too. I am curious at the tomato kuey teow. I dont think we have that here.

Huai Bin said...

I know this place too! :)

You're giving me nostalgia from all your photos Rose!

Ah...tomato kueh tiaw. It's such a Kuching dish, haven't had it anywhere else.