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Sunday, 30 October 2016

Egg On Toast, Sandwiches, Prawn Mee & Rojak Mamak.

Here are some of the regular places that we go to for our meals. Sometimes, we will go out to town in search of something new, or go to some places that we have not been to lately. There are also days when we are just contended to eat at nearby places. We do have some very tasty food in our residential area but we can get bored if we go too frequently.

~ Breakfast ~
I am not a very fussy eater but I do love varieties. Sometimes, I prefer to eat something light like this breakfast consisting of 2 half boiled eggs on toasted bread with a hot coffee. I just found out that some called this "roti goyang" in Malay or is it "roti telur goyang"? It means wobbling egg on toast. 
I usually have the eggs on toasts breakfast at Restoran Big Oriental, Persiaran Greenhill, Ipoh. We too enjoyed the steamed glutinous rice dumpling and the Georgetown wanton mee.

~ Brunch ~
There was one afternoon when we were in this part of town and we stopped at this place for a simple brunch. I looked at all the stalls and couldn't decide what to eat. I ended up ordering these chicken, egg and cheese sandwiches.
The sandwiches were from Kedai Kopi Sun Sun Cafe, Jalan Medan Ipoh 1E, Medan Ipoh Bistari, Ipoh.

~ Lunch ~
Once in a while, hubby and I enjoy this vegetable rojak from the Mamak stall in Taman Pertama. It is a sweet spicy vegetable salad consisting of cucumber, yam bean, beansprout, fried tofu, fried fritters with sweet spicy sauce.
Sometimes, we also look forward to a bowl of prawn noodle.
When we crave for both items and yet cannot decide which to order....
We then ordered one of each to share to satisfy our craving. A win win solution at Restoran Winner, Taman Pertama, Ipoh.

As for you, you were dead in your trangression and sins,

in which you used to live when you followed the ways of this world

and of the ruler of the kingdom of the air,

the spirit who is now at work in those who are disobedient.

All of us also lived among them at one time,

gratifying the cravings of our flesh and

following its desires and thoughts. Like the rest,

we were by nature deserving of wrath.

(Ephesians 2:2-3, New International Version-NIV)

42 comments:

  1. I heard of roti goyang but I dont think I could it here in Kuching.

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  2. All the food looks filling and tasty. A wide variety. Lots of choices.

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  3. Egg on toast for breakfast and sandwiches for lunch is more the kind of thing I eat on a daily basis. However, I do enjoy visiting to see the variety of food that you enjoy and is traditional to your area.

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  4. Your breakfast and brunch look familiar to me, the rest not for much.

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  5. Nancy I would like to eat your breakfast

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  6. loved your breakfast though i cannot afford eggs in breakfast due to stomach deficiency .

    you sweet and spicy lunch is also looks delicious

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  7. what a great post :)
    Happy Sunday!
    Kisses,
    Tijana

    http://itsmetijana.blogspot.rs/

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  8. See the prawns mee makes me crave for it, hehe...

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  9. I really enjoy reading your food posts as they give me new ideas on where to eat :)
    Have you tried Ko pi tiam (near Festival Walk)?

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  10. Mmmm....I love egg on toast! :)

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  11. Love that sandwiches. Perfect for breakfast

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  12. Great photos and I also love egg on toast. Keep well Diane

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  13. Sometimes I love to eat sandwiches

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  14. I'd be all over the veggies and the prawn and noodles. Yummy.

    Have a fabulous day Nancy. ☺

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  15. Oh very yummy food
    xx

    www.sakuranko.com

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  16. The chicken, egg, and cheese sandwiches would do me nicely.

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  17. I think you have a WHOLE lot more restaurants than we do here! In fact, Ipoh must be the food capitol of the world. I LOVE eggs on toast! Really really soft boiled.

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  18. Eggs is toast are such a comfort food. Happy week ahead to you.:-)

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  19. Nancy, I can have sandwiches anytime. I also won't mind the rojak hee..hee..

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  20. My parents love to have eggs on toast and even my 4yr old niece and nephew now love eggs on toast when having lunch with nan and pop

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  21. Your food photos always look great; we enjoy eating out fairly often, but we still like to cook and eat at home most of the time; this keeps going out a little more special. Today, we ate at a Korean restaurant -- it was very good.

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  22. Lovely post dear!Have a great week! xx

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  23. Oh this is "dangerous" ... cos I tend to order everything. .. instead of trying or sharing a bit, I'll end up eating more. Hee.. hee!

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  24. Really nice post! Thank you so much for sharing.


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  25. ciao è bello scoprire altri paesi :) un saluto dall'Italia
    ti seguo
    passa a trovarmi :)
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  26. Eggs on toast would be my choice too. I make them by frying one side of buttered bread with a hole in the middle and flipping it over and cooking an egg in the center. The kids always loved it growing up!

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  27. Lovely food. My mother used to eat eggs on toast so this reminded me of her! Thanks for sharing.

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  28. it looks so delicious!
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  29. I will be visiting Taiwan and Hong Kong next February so I am looking forward to lots of good Asian food. Your pictures are getting me ready for it!

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  30. yah,this roti telor goyang is a speciality of Ipoh,tasted it at the food court of Birch Memorial a few week ago

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  31. Okay, now, I'm really hungry! Fun post!

    :))))

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  32. Egg on toast and prawn mee rojak. Yes please!

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  33. Yes having meal companions is great when you can't decide what to order! I've always had a soft spot for rojak mee and yours looks so good.

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  34. Roti goyang? First time hearing it...I guess translated from wobbly egg hahaha...whatever it is ,my favorite too :)

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  35. Hello,

    Great breakfast. Interesting information. Lovely photos.

    Best wishes

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  36. Yummy prawn noodles. Not a fan of toast but prawn noodles anytime can :)

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