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Wednesday, 12 January 2022

Hakka Noodle For Breakfast

I was up early. While waiting for hubby to wake up, I swept the front of my house.

Every morning there will be some dry leaves and flower petals on the floor shed by the Bauhinia Kockiana plants.
Sunrise at 7:20am and pigeons on the telephone cables.
7:21am
7:23am.
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Hubby wanted to have breakfast in Menglembu but found the shop closed. We decided to drive out to town and ended up at a coffee shop selling Hakka noodles. The first time we came here was in 2018 and after about 4 years, we didn't know what to expect.
Chinese tea for hubby and kopi-C for me.
As you can see the Chinese tea is very diluted.
I ordered the above ingredients for us to share.
1 piece stuffed brinjal or eggplant and 4 pieces of stuffed bean curd sheet. The stuffed bean curd sheet were cold and no longer crispy.
2 fish balls, 2 meat balls and 1 stuffed non-fried tofu.
2 plates of Hakka noodle with pork topping.
The only thing we enjoyed here is the noodle. I don't know why I chose this place because on our drive back home, I remembered another place which serves much better Hakka noodle. So, this 2nd visit will be our last.


And remember, it is a message to obey, not just to listen to.
So don't fool yourselves.
For if a person just listens and doesn't obey,
he is like a man looking at his face in a mirror;
as soon as he walks away, he can't see himself anymore or
remember what he looks like.
But if anyone keeps looking steadily into God's law for free men,
he will not only remember it but he will do what it says,
and God will greatly bless him in everything he does.
(James 1:22-25, The Living Bible-TLB)

54 comments:

  1. Fish and meat balls look really great!

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  2. Wonderful morning shots :) thanks for your sharing...

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  3. Love the morning photos. Sorry your food was not so good, hat's always disappointing! Have a great day, hugs, Valerie

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    1. Thank you, Valerie. Hugs. Have a great day too.

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  4. At least can tick this place off your list.

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  5. I have not eaten Hakka noodles yet. Is it made of wheat flour?

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    1. I think so but not sure it is 100% wheat or a mixture of other flours.

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  6. I like the sight of Hakka noodles with topping. Since you've enjoyed eating it, they probably taste good as well.

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  7. Too bad you didn't like this restaurant, but I can see your point.

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    1. Its the drinks and the fried food. But the noodle was good.

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  8. Beautiful morning and delicious food. It can't get any better than that.

    Thank you for joining the Wordless Wednesday Blog Hop.

    Have a fabulous Wordless Wednesday, Nancy. ♥

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  9. I seldom order Hakka noodles though I have eaten them before. I prefer broad wanton noodles. What about you?

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    1. I enjoy eating Hakka noodles and wanton noodle. Depending on my mood, sometimes I like broad, sometimes I like the fine wanton noodles.

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  10. Gorgeous morning- too bad the food was a disappointment- have a great rest of your day!

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  11. Noodles look a little wet. I loved the Seremban Hakka mee at Yi Poh there.

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    1. I haven't tasted the Seremban Hakka mee. Next time must ask my SIL about it.

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  12. Food looks interesting, to bad it wasn't the best.

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    1. We can write off this place and go to the place where good food is served.

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  13. Now Hakka noodle with pork topping looks very interesting Nancy.

    Cruisin Paul

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  14. Beautiful Noodle Dish There My Friend - Clam Sky As Well - Stay Strong

    Cheers

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  15. Sometimes places can change, it sounds like this one was not to your liking either time and twice is enough.

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    1. Thank you, Mimi. Places can change, our taste buds also can change.

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  16. You have the most interesting meals. - Margy

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  17. Uy que ricas berengenas. Te mando un beso

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  18. I don't do that early in the morning, so thanks for the photos!

    Thanks for sharing your link at My Corner of the World this week!

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  19. I've had disappointing meals before. It's a disappointment, but really the only way to weed out the bad places. We've started eating out a bit for breakfast, and have done take out this last year, but most places we liked before Covid have changed and are a disappointment now. I prefer my own cooking best, when I'm up to it. We live in blocks and blocks of houses, so I never see the horizon from the house to view great sunsets and sunrises. Yours are always a pleasure to see.

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    1. Thank you, Yvonne. We used to eat out whenever I don't feel like cooking. During the months of Covid lockdown, we had home cooked meals plus take away food. Now with lockdown lifted, we still have home cooked meals but once in a while we will eat out. We usually have breakfast outside and home cook for dinner.

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