Saturday, August 1, 2015

Something else

We went to Nanyang Food Court last Sunday before our church service for breakfast.

Hubby loves the kolo mee here so he suggested to come here. This round, I tried something else.


I have this delicious fried mee hoon with prawns for RM6.00.  Love its wok hei fragrant, and generous amount of fried eggs and seafood. I do not mind coming back for its fried mee hoon. Maybe next round I have it with clams instead.


Besides his kolo mee, he also went to order something else that morning. A special bowl of beef soup wothout noodle (sup sapi) RM7.00 from a Malay food stall.


Hubby liked it but he did mentioned it was slightly lacked of that beef flavour in the soup. Maybe it would tasted nicer if cooked longer so the meat would be more tender and soup more flavourful from all those beef. 

Anyway, it was a good breakfast to start off our Sunday!

And on Tuesday, I came here to buy lunch and decided to try the chicken rice stall. Packed a pack of steamed chicken rice for myself while kids have roasted chicken rice.


Surprised that they packed using those brown wrappers instead of styrofoam packs. Not many do that nowadays. Felt like those olden days where common practice was sellers wrapped chicken rice in a transparent wrapper and then newspaper. Lol.

10 comments:

Shirley Tay said...

The fried bee hoon looks really good! Happy weekend, dear! xoxo

Linda said...

Lovely photos, Rose, I am getting hungry looking at the food. :)

Hayley said...

Hmm those are very common yet heart warming meal ya?

suituapui said...

Yes, I had bakso, sup tulang...at the Malay stalls - the soup seemed to lack the strong beef flavour that I love a lot, dunno why - maybe they are not into it so much? My girl is not fond of the spices added, often too strong for her liking.

Nancy Chan said...

Hi Rose, I would like to try the delicious fried mee hoon with prawns too. We used to have chicken rice and fried noodles wrapped in the waxed brown wrappers but it is a very rare thing now. Have a beautiful day!

Somewhere in Singapore said...

Tempted by the prawns...

Merryn said...

They use brown paper instead of styrofoam for environment purposes I guess.

The fried mee hoon looks good.

Princess Ribbon said...

Love your beef soup.. I also always order another bowl of soup without noodles, usually beef soup like yours, or pork soup, with extra liver :)

Small Kucing said...

Yea if cook longer then the soup will have more flavour

mun said...

Brown wrappers are more expensive!