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Monday, 6 March 2017

Breakfast With Friends At Doris Cafe, Menglembu.

It all started with Friend A tagging Friend B & I in a Facebook posting. Friend B went to scout out the location of  Doris Cafe. The curry puff in the posting looks very familiar to the one which I have tasted before. Later the business moved on to another place and we lost track of its where about.

Last week, the foodie group calls for a breakfast outing and we all agreed to meet at 8.30 am. Friend A came to pick us up in her car and with Friend B directing us to Doris Cafe in Menglembu town.
 Doris Cafe is here at 1F, off the Main Road, Menglembu (behind the police staff quarters). The cafe looks nice and neat.
 When we were seated, we were handed the menu with the types of noodles available and their prices.
 They also have rice items, fried chicken, toasts and sweet drinks. We looked through the menu and we ordered the following items for our breakfast.
A big size Curry Puff, original version with curry meat & potato filling. I like the crispy/crunchy pastry of the freshly fried curry puff.
Curry puff cut into 4 pieces for us to try. We also ordered a Sardine Puff to taste.
2 bowls of wheat + corn sweet porridge (tong sui)
2 cups of coffee for our coffee lover friends
 A friend ordered Steamed Rice Noodle (chee cheong fun) with mushroom sauce. This usually comes in a plate but here it was served in a bowl.
 2 plates of half boiled eggs on toast. 
Drizzle some light soya sauce and dashes of white pepper on the eggs before we eat. Thankful for another delightful foodie outing and opportunity to catch up with one another.

A wise youth makes hay while the sun shines,

but what a shame to see a lad who sleeps away his hour of opportunity.

(Proverbs 10:5, The Living Bible-TLB)

42 comments:

  1. What an amazing breakfast, Nancy! Mouthwatering to me .. ^.^

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    1. Thank you, Sharon. I went back again with hubby for the curry puff and to try the sambal ccf.

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  2. Oh this place looks so good! The menu, where you can see just what you are getting. And the food! The puff looks awesome,as do the eggs and toast.

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    1. Thank you, Ginny. I was looking forward to the curry puff. So far, the food tasted were good.

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  3. I went there two times already... my girl likes the CCF...

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    1. This morning I took hubby there. We were very early.

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  4. The boiled eggs on toast would be fantastic for me, I love that! :)

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    1. I love eggs on toast too but dare not eat too often.

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  5. The curry puff is so big, how much did it cost?

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    1. The curry puff is RM2.40. Best eaten when still warm.

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  6. The curry puff looks awesome:)..I can't do curry puff for breakfast but I could make boiled egg on toast...that would be a more realistic breakfast for us here:) Have a good day Nancy:)

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    1. Egg on toast would be good for breakfast. But I also like curry puff.

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  7. The curry puff is very tempting!

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    1. Phong Hong, it is very, very tempting. I can eat 2 curry puffs!

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  8. Restaurante Doris com uma excelente oferta de pratos.
    Um abraço e boa semana.
    Andarilhar || Dedais de Francisco e Idalisa || Livros-Autografados

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    1. Thank you, Francisco. Have a wonderful day!

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  9. Really big sized curry puff!! Such a delightful breakfast.

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    1. Thank you, Rose. I love the curry puff.

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  10. It's sad when a place we enjoyed moves or closes, and so nice to find it again!

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    1. Now I can continue to enjoy the curry puffs.

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  11. Yes, the chee cheong fun looks tempting. So does the curry puff. Any egg in it?

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    1. Yes, there is a piece of hard boiled egg inside the curry puff.

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  12. I love your foodie outings. I love them very much. I wish I could come along.

    Have a fabulous day, Nancy. ☺

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    1. I am sure you would enjoy the foodie outings too.

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  13. The curry puff looks tasty

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    1. Yes, I love the curry puff. The taste is to my liking!

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  14. Mouth watering. Have a great day Diane

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    1. Thank you, Diane. Have a great day too!

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  15. ...eggs and toast look similar.

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    1. I love egg and toast for breakfast too!

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    1. It was a wonderful breakfast + meeting up.

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  17. The dishes all seem very reasonably priced.

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    1. The price has to be reasonable in order to compete with the many eateries in this location.

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  18. Half boiled egg and toast.. aha!! that's a comfort food..

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    1. Once in a while, we will go for this comfort food.

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  19. Like Mun, I was trying to see the price of the curry puff too. :)

    I very much like the looks of that coffee and the mushroom CCF.

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    1. There are different types of puffs. The cheapest is RM 2.20 for the original version curry puff.

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