Breakfast Street Food @ Dannok

As lively as Dannok gets around 6PM till 8PM almost every night especially weekend, most of the time it’s a quiet town.

For breakfast, one will have a hard time trying to found a shop to eat in. However, if you don’t mind sitting by the road for your breakfast, then you will have plenty of option.

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Quite a few stalls selling Koay Chap (粿汁), which is a bit different from what we normally get in Malaysia.  Koay Chap is a dish with a special type of noodle. The texture is also different and it’s doest taste a bit like koay teow, but not really so. They are not stingy with the ingredients at all which make it quite a filling bowl of noodle. 6.8/10

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Nasi Kandar Tomato @ Langkawi

Most of the sea activities at Langkawi, which include the Island Hoping, Mangrove tour and Pulau Payar starts at 9AM. Hence, since we are staying at Kuah, we have to wake up early to reach the met up point by 9AM.

Hence, LY woke up at around 6.15AM, while me? I can’t get a good sleep, maybe too excited? I am awake since 3AM++ and playing games in the room LOL.

Anyway, we checked out our hotel at 7.15AM, arriving Cenang beach at 7.45AM or so, only to noticed that most shop, even those that are selling breakfast are still closed! I decided to wait until 8AM and see what happens, only noticed that most of them are still closed…….

Hence, instead of buying packets of Nasi Lemak by the road side, without much choice, we head to Nasi Kandar Tomato for our breakfast.

Although it’s early, but several dishes are already ready. Too bad, it doesn’t taste good. 4.5/10

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The Tandori Ayam is just average. 5.5/10

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Australian Dairy Company @ Parkes Street, Jordan, Kowloon

Before taking the MTR all the way to Disneyaland Hong Kong, we had our breakfast at Australian Dairy Company. We found this shop easily as it was located near to the MTR station. A good start for the day!

From what I read, the smooth egg white milk pudding is good. And although I know that I does not enjoy this during my visit to Yee Shun Milk Company @ Macau, I still decided to give it a go, before  finally admit defeat and admit that I won’t enjoy this no matter how good what others say.  5.0/10

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Milky ice tea to let me forget the taste of the pudding.

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Jalan Sg. Pinang Honda Showroom Hawker @ Penang

Jalan Sungai Pinang is a street full with car’s showroom. Here, you can find Cheverlot, Volvo, Honda, Mazda, Proton and a few more.

I rarely pass by this street in the morning, unless I am bringing my car for service, and every time I pass by this street, I will be curious, what is so famous here that it’s so crowded?

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Choices are not exactly that much, well since it’s just a few hawker store, I opt for the Herbal Duck Mee Shua @ RM5, and mang, it’s amazing.

I usually won’t order herbal duck noodle as my choice of food, as to me, most of the soup is basically tasteless, and only the duck itself is nice. But, this, the soup is absolutely rich in flavor, and the mee shua texture is superb too! I basically bottoms up the whole bowl of soup! 8.4/10

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Foh San Dim Sum @ Ipoh

Almost on every of my trip down to Kuala Lumpur, I will definitely stopped by at Ipoh for breakfast. Breakfast in Ipoh are just so wonderful, with so many choice of great food, how I wish my stomach can fill in more stuff. However, one thing for sure, I will never stopped by Ipoh for lunch since I don’t know where to go. :p

The new Foh San Dim Sum Restaurant which is located very near to it’s old outlet.

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However, although choices are there, but it seems that those famous one will always and always be full on customers any day. Most of the time you will be fighting for a place to sit if you arrive any time between 7.45 AM and 10 Am.

Fried shrimp roll with mayonnaise, normal like what served in any other Dim Sum restaurant. 7.0/10

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Soul Kitchen @ Penang

Located at Lebuh Muntri @ Penang, Soul Kitchen is a very unique and special place to dine here in Penang. Why so?

Well, first of all, it’s a small family business, operate by the couple Michele and Tonio. The building is already quite a history itself  and is part of the heritage pre-war building.

Besides, rather than serving the traditional local Chinese/Malay/Indian hawker food you can find all around in Penang, it served Italian food instead.

My beautiful Cappuccino @ RM5.

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And LY’s freshly squeeze and flavourful Orange Juice @ RM5. Price might a bit steep you might say as we are not dining in a air-conditioned restaurant, but the orange juice is pure and good, unlike those you get in normal coffee shop where you taste water and sugar syrup more rather than orange.

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Mo Sang Kor Bah Kut Teh @ Pandamaran, Klang

When I am hunting for Ah Her Bah Kut Teh at pandamaran, Klang, I saw Mo Sang Kor Bah Kut Teh on the way. Well, now I now, what I gonna eat for my breakfast in few days time. However, this early morning Bah Kut Teh at the morning of Christmas is the single most expansive Bah Kut Teh I ever had, which cost me almost RM1000 on it.

As always, the feast, early in the morning. I actually leave my hotel in Kuala Lumpur at around 6.15AM, again, just to avoid the crowd.

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One of the major difference between Ah Her and here is the taste of Chinese medicine. At Ah Her, the soup itself is like full with pork taste only, while the soup here at Mo Sang Kor got a slight hint of Chinese medicine taste, so it’s usually up to which version you like. Both of them, the soup are equally thick and super flavourful.

The ‘sai kuat’ (small bone) is awesome too with the thick skin and fat and tenderrrrs meat!

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