There was one stall in this coffee shop that I had wanted to try for quite sometime but never get to till early this month.
It was a Sunday and hubby, Jan and I went out leaving the boys at home. SOP was relaxed now with dine-in allowed and most businesses are open now. Jan wanted to get some parts for her RBT (reka bentuk & teknologi) subject project so we went to DIY. After that, we headed to this coffee shop to tapau before went home.
Curry mixed rice. Looking at the menu, they also serve lo bak rice. But I wanted to try its curry mixed rice, see if it was any good.
The stall operator operated 3 stalls, namely economy rice, roasted meat and traditional curry rice.
So, one Sunday morning, we dropped by the coffee shop, and bought takeaway for lunch. A very meaty lunch.
Hubby had its lo bak rice while I stuck to my decision of tasting the curry mixed rice. RM7 each.
I did not pour all curry gravy onto my rice as I shared it with my man. I much prefer fried egg instead of the stewed egg as traditional curry mixed rice (in my mind) supposed to have that. Anyway, this curry mixed rice was alright. The rice was soft and fluffy, meat was nice but char siew and braised pork were rather tough.
Roasted chicken rice (RM6) for the kids. Their lunch was nicer with fragrant oil rice and tasty roasted chicken.