Sunday, March 29, 2015

Last night

Dropped by the 3rd miles hawker market for a supper last night since we had early dinner at my mum's place.  The kids complained that they were hungry. They wanted satay so we came to the market since it is along the way.

One could find some of the good hawker food there. As usual it was packed on Saturday evening.


I had this refreshing and cooling bowl of tong sui called ngor bee thng, which is a must-order there. This tong sui was not too sweet but I personally think it was lack of ingredients. I prefer the other one that I had few months back from another stall. We could not order from the other stall since we were seated right in front of this drink stall last night. Nevertheless I enjoyed my ngor bee thng.

Sis had this fried noodle from Stall 15 which she said is the best around there. RM2.70 per plate. You can have it sweet or salty, but I always go for the latter taste.

Mum had her usual dose of kueh chap(RM5.00). She loves it very much. A lot of ingredients for this special order.


As for me, I were craving for pork porridge so I went for it last night. RM3.00 for my porridge, which I think was nice but I still like the one in Open Air Market. Always my favourite.

When I dug in, all the unwanted innards came out. Oops, forgot to tell the lady to replace them with extra pork mince instead.

Well, with full tummies, dad sent us home. My mum was commented earlier that I lost some weight. Probably because I was sick for over 2 weeks and did not eat much. I told her after this supper, I would gain few calories. Lol.

11 comments:

suituapui said...

3rd Mile, eh? Looks so good, the gor bee therng...everything looks ggod!

Princess Ribbon said...

I always like to hear when kids say they are hungry.. I am happy to see kids eat, haha.. The tong sui looks very refreshing..

Linda said...

Everything looks so nice, Rose!

Nancy Chan said...

In this weather, your tong sui looks very refreshing. I used to like innards in porridge and soup but have since stopped taking them totally.

Somewhere in Singapore said...

Seeing the porridge makes me crave for it, hehe...

Merryn said...

Parents are always the first to notice if their kids lost weight. In fact, parents will think we lose weight even if we dont :D

ChrisAu said...

I think the first dessert is call 'ching tang' here... very refreshing!

mun said...

Sometimes it is those normal food like this that cheers us up and warms our tummies!

Small Kucing said...

not bad...price still cheap over there

Sharon D said...

The kueh chap looks so yummy! I have only had it in Penang. ^.^

Coffee Girl said...

The unwanted innard part... lol. i'm not a 'spare-part' person so I can relate.