It has been almost a year since our last (and first visit) to this food court for the Bishopgate noodle.
It was a Saturday, I woke up late. Late here, means around 730am. So after both of us were ready, we drove all the way here to buy takeaway.
It wasn't total lockdown here, just the first day of MCO in Sarawak. Streets still have cars but the traffic was smooth so we reached this Abundance Food Centre in a quick time.
Luckily no queue in front of The Big Fat Aunty Noodle (renamed), so the young couple did my order quickly.
We had 3 sets of the mixed pork soup plus plain noodle. We did not touch the cili padi in the light soy sauce dipping as the sauce was slightly hot from the chillies.
Mild taste soup, must take it promptly to enjoy the warm soup.
We also order 3 extra plain noodles, so total was RM36 for our order.
While I was waiting for the noodle at the shop, I bought some bak chang from the kuih stall. I did mentiined in my previoys post that this food court was opened by an ex-colleague of hubby. The drink and kuih stalls also managed by her.
It so happened I bumped into her that morning and she told me the Nyonya chang was made by another ex-colleague, which we bought and tasted before. So, of course I must buy some back.
The price for Nyonya chang was still RM2.50 (left). The kuih stall also sell Hakka peanut chang (RM4), so being a Hakka myself, I like that too. I also bought few to try. 3 Hakka chang (right) and 3 slightly smaller Nyonya chang to commemorate Dumpling Festival which falls on 14 June this year.
Want to know how Nyonya and Hakka chang look like, check out from my old post.