Friday, April 6, 2018

We walked

I told you before that I was helping my dad at his shop for time being. A part-time job, to kill my time since I am free in the morning when my kids all are in schools.

My dad's shop is in Green Road. Some day he would ask me to go for breakfast or brunch. We went to few coffee shops that are across from his shop. The furthest we walked was to this coffee shop, opposite Chong Lin condominium.


Even on weekday, we would have to wait for some time for our kolo mee. But worth the wait. 

So satisfying. One of my favourite kolo mee in Kuching.

And as we were waiting for our noodle, we bumped into a friend of mine selling some curry puffs and egg tarts. She has been doing it for few months now, walking along Green road selling pastries. I bought 2 curry puffs from her that morning. In case I was hungry in the afternoon.


RM2 per piece and I had a piece while another went into Jay' s tummy. It was still warm when I ate it around 12. I love potatoes in my curry puff.



11 comments:

mun said...

Good way to spend your time by helping your father and having breakfast with him.

suituapui said...

Love the kolo mee. Too bad you're there only in the morning - the old lady selling nyonya kueh will show up in the afternoon, so so so nice. She will set up her stall outside this coffee shop which would be closed by then.

Ez Vina said...

Love the kolo mee there, but sometime the bau parit is too strong there, thats why seldom go.

reana claire said...

Good bonding with your father... my parents are no more here, I really miss them very much! Talking about curry puffs, it has been a long while since I have one.. :)

Libby said...

Your curry puffs look so delicious, I love curry puffs

I miss the times going to my dad's durian stall to look for him and help out here and there, sob sob

Shweta Shah said...

food seems good and delicious. great you are helping your father in his shop.

lina said...

How nice to help your dad out and able to spend time with him. :)

Twilight Man said...

I still believe the best Kolo Mee is from Kuching. Those sold in KL are fakes la. LOLOL

Somewhere in Singapore said...

Since TM mention those sold in KL are fakes, so Singapore one also fakes, lol...

Nancy Chan said...

Kolo mee looks yummy! I like curry puffs! Not easy to get nice tasty curry puffs these days!

Sharon D said...

I have always wondered what kolo mee means ..
Yummy curry puffs - yes, to potatoes and for me, egg must be in too ..haha. I am currently addicted to Ikea's.