We sent a couple of face masks to my SIL in Sibu on the Sunday before the Movement Control Order implemented the following week. She requested to be sent by bus, so we went to Biaramas office to drop the parcel. RM9.50 for a parcel less than a kg. She was able to collect her face masks the next morning from Sibu bus station.
Since we were at the vicinity, we went to Boulevard Shopping Mall for a dim sum breakfast in Boulevard Restaurant.
I have blogged about the dim sum here numerous times. You could guess how much we loved the dim sum here that we make it a monthly thing to have it. We didn't do it last month though but no love losts.
The place wasn't packed. As expected because of the Covid-19 scare, the mall wasn't crowded too. Almost deserted, that was how I decribed it.
Minced pork congee and egg tarts came first.
Egg tart and congee
We had the usual, such as char siew pau, chicken feet in special bbq sauce, deep fried beancurd fish cake, deep fried prawns beancurd rolls, har kaw and lo mai kai.
Har kaw and lo mai kai
Char siew pau
DF beancurd fish cake
DF prawns rolls
We also tried a new dim sum that we have not tasted in the past. Salted egg pork dim sum. I wasn't crazy about egg yolk so I didn't like it very much.
Salted egg yolk pork dim sum
They forgot the boys' plain noodle but it came after we checked on it.
After our breakfast, we had a walk around the mall. Hubby wanted to buy some books so we went to Popular Book Store for a browse and food shopping.
Everyone bought some books except me. Nothing caught my attention.
As we headed to basement carpark, we wanted to buy some yue tiaw from I love yoo! but we noticed it was no longer there. Or rather change of business by the operator. Now it is selling porridge and fried snacks such as carrot cake, banana fritters etc.
Hakkai Porridge, the name of the shop. No, we didn't feel like buying porridge and fried snacks since we had our breakfast earlier.
We ended up with to fu fa!! RM4.20 per pack. 2 packs home to be shared around. :)
The rest of the day, we stayed at home. The kids had books to keep them occupied. And mummy had some time to practise on her baking. Lol.