First dinner was at Soo Har Yee. It was a long wait, about 45 minutes.
SE is not amused. Just hungry. Very hungry.
Finally the food arrived! First was the sweet sour crab in a bun. This was good! But I was amused at the end of the meal to see that 'Crab' was RM144. 'Bread' was RM15. Hehe could have sworn that 'Crab' and 'Bread' were one integrated item! The crabs could have been firmer but the cooking style was good. The charsiew-like pork was heavenly. Other dishes were all right. Overall, while it was pricier than expected given the coffee-shop setting, would happily come here again.
Crab in bread, soy sauce prawns, pork
Another memorable meal... Hubby's target was the pork satay at Kong Heng. While it was closed that day, turned out the satay stall was actually located in the next shop - didn't quite realise it after all these years!. Good, except that not a single table was available. It was only by chance that we found out we could sit at the 3rd shop and order from the 2nd shop (1st shop being Kong Heng)! Yay finally! This shop was not busy at all and we could eat in peace without people hungrily eyeing our table. Hubby had packed away the satay before knowing they could actually deliver to this shop/
Nomm the satay
The girls got a giant cotton candy flower. Back in my days, these only came in a pink blob haha.
We also had Michelangelo's pizza. Bacon, Italian sausage, smoked meat, blue cheese, mozzarella, eggs... about a million calories here! This was good too. But next time would probably save stomach space for local food.
Gimme some of that...