We reached Sematan town around 830am. The morning sun was warm and nothing but clear blue sky greeted us. Sematan, a quiet town with not many people around.
The view of the jetty with low tide.
We decided to have our breakfast in the Malay hawker stall centre (opposite the jetty) before proceed with our journey to Telok Melano.
Not many people at the hawker stall centre and after walking around, we took a table and ordered our breakfast.
I spotted a stall selling the roti telur goyang (literally translated as shaking egg toast) and I felt like having that, so I ordered one to try.
Roti telur goyang RM3
Somehow it didn't turned out as I anticipated. Don't looked as enticing as in the picture. The egg yolks were overly cooked. Not runny. Goyang? I don't know which part should be "goyang" though. Maybe the egg white. Lol.
Other than sharing the toast with Jamie, we also had this plate of fried mee hoon. Luckily it wasn't big serving as I was already full from eating the toast.
Hubby and the other kids had their share of beef fried noodle with egg on top. Theirs looked more delicious and hearty.