A Hearty Break-ie!

After Chris’s long working period of night shifts due to OTs, he finally have a day off and totally reserved the day for me 🙂 Even during weekends, he had been working his butt off! and last Thursday, we had a ‘makan trip’ planned for ourselves. Yes.. just the 2 of us 🙂

“Jom, let’s Makan!”

Will blog about our breakfast first for the meantime, reviews of lunch and dinner will have to wait. We went to one of the restaurants located at Sri Petaling, one of the coffee shop addressed Alison Restaurant. As Chris have tried what he known to be ‘delicious’, he ordered me and himself the Spare Rib Noodle priced at RM4. When it was served, it’s presentation augmented my degree of hunger right away.

spare ribs noodle

The spare ribs were somehow ‘boneless’. Deep fried pork greatly flavoured with noodles that resembles the hakka noodles, double thumbs up from the both of us.

That was not just it. Chris insisted that I should give this ‘special’ bun a try no matter what.

bun (2)

A closer look…. what till you see what’s pleasant!

Priced at RM2.40, the elongated bun was concealed with fried egg, dried chicken meat (yuk gon or bak gua in hokkien), chicken floss (kai see), cucumbers, tomatoes, mayonnaise, and a lil’ chili sauce as well. You can actually choose what ingredients you prefer. Recommended and yummy! Will drop by again for sure!

bun (1)

A breakfast meeting our expectations and complied to our appetite. We moved on to our next destination after that with no procrastination and…. more sharings later on!

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10 Replies to “A Hearty Break-ie!”

  1. Oooo…i love that bun, they used to have it at SS2 market, freshly made on the spot now no more oledi. 🙁

  2. Oooo…so sweet:D
    Glad you finally had time together:D
    I know how hectic schedules can get sometimes:)

  3. wow… the bun !! everything i like is inside ~ ^_^

  4. the bun!!! always love it. all the ingredients inside are a great combination for da bun!!! i love yuk gon~

  5. haha..all also comment on bun…but i love the noodles…looks very apetizing..i use to dine in alison too..love their hakka mee…

  6. wenching & esiong says: Reply

    Same same, I like the bun too! Where’s the exact location of this place in Sri Petaling? I’m often there but didn’t notice this place.

  7. New Kid on the Blog says: Reply

    feeling boring huh, when chris is not around and busy.
    btw, i’d done that tag that tagged by WMW… do I still hv to do it, ah???

  8. ~Christine~Leng says: Reply

    precious pea~
    too bad 🙁 you can always try this at Sri Petaling, and at the same time discover some other food around 🙂

    yea 🙂 hectic working hours sometimes just get between us.

    then u must give it a try!!;P

    you have this kind of bun near your place? Lick said there’s one stall similar to this in Serdang. Jom, let’s go!

    haha. Yalor~ you’re the only one who commented on the noodles. I’m in love with the noodle here. RM4 per bowl is reasonable. Remember to try next time ya!

    it’s easy to find. Just next to Good Tea Coffee Shop… em.. Opposite Telekom in Sri Petaling. A corner lot. Shops nearby the pasar malam.

    new kid on the blog~
    haha. YaLoR~~
    since you’ve done then, it’s ok. No need to do again. 🙂

  9. KampungboyCitygal says: Reply

    whoa..looks so good..yeah i hate it when the bf need to OT 🙁

  10. ~Christine~Leng says: Reply

    yea.. hate it 🙁 you can ask kampungboy to bring you to this area for nice food 🙂

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