On one fine Saturday evening, we had our dinner in 38 Food Street. One thing about this food court was its food choices. Ample of selection. We can choose and order whatever we want to eat.
So we took turns to go around the food court and ordered our food. Jan and I went for the same stall, the fried stall. She was ordeeing fried rice while I went for tomato crispy noodle.
Somehow, something wemt wrong. Not so wrong but it wasn't what we expected.
Fried rice RM6.50
A plate of fried rice came to our table. The waiter did not say anything and I thought it was Jan's fried rice. A big plate of fried rice, fit for 2!
Mongul lamb RM18
Hubby ordered this Mongul lamb from New Hong Seafood and a plate of nasi lemak from Nasi Lemak Rasta.
Nasi lemak RM8
The boys had kolo mee (as usual). They never grow tired of kolo mee. They can have it for dinner!
Kolo mee RM3.50
It took quite sometime for my order to came and I started to feel something wasn't right. Jan's fried rice came and mine took so long. So true enough, a plate of fried rice and a plate of tomato crispy noodle came to our table soon after.
Tomato crispy noodle
The first plate of fried rice was not meant for our table as it turned out. It was from New Hong Seafood, they miswrote the order with hubby's Mongul lamb but since Jan has eaten, we paid for it as well. As for her original fried rice order, we had it packed and ate the next day.