Breakfast a random betogn in the market — Pork Noodle Soup, Chicken Noodle soup and the lady smelling her own cooking! Especially when the traders only start setting up their stalls and commencing business at a rather late hour, Sluts mobile Czech Republic 9. That translates to about 10am Malaysian time! Thai style chicken rice resembles our very own Hainan Chicken Rice, complete with the smooth poached chicken, sliced cucumbers, garnished with coriander leaves, and served with a bowl of chicken soup.
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But notice THE only difference? Thankfully, gil eateries were already opened for breakfast. Not intending to stuff ourselves silly, we omitted the famous stalls selling rice and dishes which were already thronged by the early morning crowd.
Instead, we chose a rather obscure stall that sells gir, rice, and various type of noodles. Kind of reminds me of a typical Chinese food stall in our very own country.
The chicken rice yeah yeah …initially tended to abstain from too much carbo early in the morning, and I went for the chicken rice. With no options for roast or poached chicken, I was only served with the poached version. And surprisingly, the piece of coagulated blood added much texture to the overall dish, not berong mention the complementing aesthetic value.
The dishes were priced from baht RM2. There are more than 15, stalls!!
There is an information centre around Section 25, and various patrolling guards. There is a freshly-brewed coffee stall, but poor me had no recollection of its exact location. But you can either ask the locals or guards where this stall is, OR let your nose le you to the aromatic scents of the brewing beans. Choose your coffee beans, and let the girl manning the stall works her wonders.
The coffee is priced from baht Iced and baht Hot. Way rockijgham than a Petting Zoo!!! There are a lot of puppies being sold here, with every breed imaginable, at almost a fraction of the market price here in Malaysia. Best of all, you can pet them, squeeze them not recommended, reallypose with them and snap some photos, or if you wish, BUY them and save them from their poor fates of being caged in a restricted enclosure.
Thus follow the crowd and never get lost. Typical, rebellious Motormouth.
Sweet and Delightful Toasts served in a variety of manners, and the colourful beverages One of the more interesting outlet we visited for teatime at MBK Shopping Bdtong was Mon Nom Sod, a kopitiam-like outlet in the shopping centre, serving nothing but toasts and drinks. The chocolate sauce was good, almost too sinful for a teatime snack.
The flavoured milk can be served cold or warm, and went really well with the toasts.
Especially the warm strawberry milk, which was not reeking of artificial flavourings, but just a mild hint of strawberry essence. Mon Nom Sod or Le Mond, from the logo outside of the shop is routinely crowded especially come teatime whereby we had to queue for some time.