When we woke up very early in the morning, we will go out for breakfast. By 630am we will be at the coffee shop and dine-in with ease and pretty much no crowds at all.
Usually we would be at our usual coffee shop, enjoying its kolo mee and buy some fried fritters home. The place is nearer and cleaner, and since we are early birds, no long waiting for us. The coffee shop is very strict as there is a waiter at the check-in point, checking on customers' MySejahtera app. Only those fully vaccinated and complied to SOP are allowed to dine-in. Those who are not vaccinated and children are not allowed in. Kudos for the strict SOP.
When we feel like it and we have ample time (no rushing on weekdays), we will go to another coffee shop. Over here, not only we can have handmade noodle and laksa but we found another decent kolo mee stall. Now the coffee shop is called Old Bank Cafe.
One Saturday, we went there to have its pork liver soup with ginger slices. Hubby liked its liver soup. Not much Chinese wine added but it tasted decent enough.
Red kolo mee for a change for hubby. It was actually the char siew oil, made the noodle tasted sweeter and looked red.
I like the fact he added some pork lard cubes in his noodles. That's why it was tasty and addictive, I guess. Now not many stall operators add pork lard cubes in their noodlle; specifically in Sarawak kolo mee.