Sunday, January 6, 2019

Noodle on New Year

That was what we had for breakfast on New Year day. Noodles for everyone.

It was a cold and wet New Year. We went to someplace nearer. Initially we wanted to go to Everwin Kopitiam but the place was packed. So we adjourned to the food court few steps away.  38 Food Street.

Special Penang pork noodle (RM10)

My man went for the Penang pork noodle, which was flavourful but I wasn't so keen on the black soy sauce noodle.

This is the Penang food stall. Few varieties of pork noodle to choose from.

kolo mee (RM4)

The children had kolo mee each. The youngest started to eat a bowl himself although most of the times, he couldn't finish it all.

Cantonese fried kway Teow (RM6.50)

Yours truly had this Cantonese fried kway teow. I expected my noodle to be fried more fragrant with that wok hei taste but overall it was nice heaping serving. 

That was how we started our New Year. With breakfast. ^^


Phong Hong said...

I like your hubby's pork noodles which came with dark noodles. There is one restaurant that serves Sarawak pork noodles like this near my office.

suituapui said...

Oh? They call it Penang pork noodles? I thought that originates from Sabah? We have two places here selling this now - raw pork noodles.

mun said...

A good hearty breakfast to kick start 2019!

reana claire said...

Over here in Johor, the kolo mee is a large portion too.. I also cannot finish the whole bowl..

Twilight Man said...

Happy New Year to you and your family!
Everyone ate different food and that was fun.

Nancy Chan said...

I prefer pork noodles in soup. Kolo mee looks good!

lina said...

A great start of the year with a good breakfast :)

Libby said...

Kolo mee seems like is your children's favourite hee hee.

Good start for the year with comforting breakfast.

Merryn said...

Pork noodles with dark dried noodles is something new to me. I would love to give it a try.

Sakuranko said...

The loko mee looks very yummy
This post looks tasty