Thursday, April 7, 2016

The breakfast

It has been a while since we have breakfast here. I am kind of missing the fried kway tiaw so one Saturday morning I suggested we came here for breakfast.

Jan did not want fried noodle or kolo mee so she went to order herself a roti telur.


Her RM2.00 roti telur looked good. And big square shaped too.

Soon our 3 plates of fried kway tiaw came. Why we love the fried kway tiaw here? The aunt cooks her noodle in a hot flat pan. The heat will distributed thoroughly and noodle will be well cooked all over.

Hubby had his kway tiaw in clam with a fried egg on top for RM6. The fried egg was overly fried. I personally prefer the yolk to be slightly running. Hubby on the other hand would want his egg to be thoroughly beaten before add into hot pan.


Jay and I had the plate of fried kway tiaw with prawns each (RM6 each).


A very satisfying and addictive dish I have to admit. *wink*



12 comments:

suituapui said...

Yummmm!!! I think I will go for fried kway teow for brunch later, with sambal.

Princess Ribbon said...

The fried kuey teow looks really good, especially hubby's one with clams & topped with fried egg.. I prefer runny yolks too.. Jan's roti telur looks good as well, but I prefer roti telur+planta.. Sedapppp..

reana claire said...

You have me yearning for roti telur now! Just ate chee cheong fun this morning... :)

Libby said...

I just had Mutton Briyani yesterday, also had Roti Prata not long ago, yums, I love anything with curry, the Kway Teow looks good too

Somewhere in Singapore said...

I prefer roti telur to plain roti prata...

Sherry said...

I like chee cheong fun, my fav!!

baili said...

roti is my fav too ,liked your all pics and sharing ,have a nice blessed day dear

bearyblossom said...

Looks yummy. I rarely take breakfast. I know it is unhealthy habit, but what can i do. Life kinda so busy, everything need to rush. Sometimes wakeup late for work, hahah

lina said...

Pretty good breakfast! Hahaha

mun said...

The roti telur is the same price as here - RM2.

The char kway teow looks tasty. Since the colour is so dark, does it mean that this char kway teow is the sweet type?

Nancy Chan said...

Ha ha! I would order both the fried kway teow and roti telur to share with hubby. Get to eat and try both, greedy me!

Sharon D said...

The kuey tiaw has me drooling. I with you on the egg! ^.^