Saturday, May 5, 2018

Noodles

On Labour's Day after our morning exercise, we went for breakfast in Batu Kawa Megabite food court.

Each of us had noodles for breakfast but we ordered from three different noodle stalls.

Special RM5.00

I went for this kolo mee stall that operates near my place but on public holiday and Sunday they operates in this Megabite food court.
RM3.50 kolo mee

Jan and Jamie each had the normal kolo mee while I had its special kolo mee for RM5.

Kampua RM3.50

Jay on the other hand, wanted kampua that morning so I ordered this soy sauce kampua for him. Big portion but no problem for this noodle lover who finished it all by himself.

Mixed pork soup set RM10.00

My big man saw this Supreme Prince fish maw stall (at the back of the shop) that also serve mixed pork soup. He ordered a special set for himself. And wow, we both agreed that the soup was good. Fragrant with slight taste of wine and ginger. The noodle was not something that we usually seen or eat; very fine noodle. Something like Angel's hair.  Hubby enjoyed his noodle and the soup very much. 

So, that was our noodle breakfast that morning. Filling and good. What can we say? We can't do without noodles. ;)

11 comments:

Ez Vina said...

Nice, my choice would be the mix pork, yummy.

Nancy Chan said...

I like the kolo mee best, both looks good to me!

Libby said...

The special comes with fish balls, meat balls and wantons, I think I will like Kolo Mee from the look of it

mun said...

I prefer noodles to rice anytime.

suituapui said...

Eyewwwwww!!!! The kampua mee swimming in the sauce like that, like wanton mee. Fail big time, liao! Give me the kolo mee - I'd rather have those, anytime. :D

Phong Hong said...

I love noodles, mostly the dry style ones. But I also enjoy soupy noodles once in awhile.

Królowa Karo said...

It looks delicious. Especially noodles.

Twilight Man said...

I miss eating the Kolo Mee and Kampua Mee. Nowadays we do see some hawker stalls in KL which migrated from Sarawak as they claimed. Taste wise, is not so authentic.

Somewhere in Singapore said...

I miss the kolo mee from one of the stall that I eat before and has close down...

IreneC said...

Tasty noodles...i think i will go for your choice too :)

Sharon D said...

That mixed pork soup set looks so delicious. Kolo mee, kampua mee don't need to saylah - I suka!