4 in the morning…

Thankfully, it was not 4 in the morning but a bit later, at 7 o’ clock…

Bukit Bintang KL 7 a.m.

It would still be dark in KL – like 6.00 a.m. in Sibu and here, by 6.30, it would be as bright as day already.

At the hotel where I was staying in KL, complimentary breakfast is served from 7 till 10.30 a.m. daily. Some hotels may start a bit earlier at 6 or 6.30 a.m.

My daughter would prefer to sleep on till late and go without breakfast while I would be up and about by around 6, so I would usually go alone and have breakfast for two. That first morning in KL, I had the nasi lemak (RM13.50)…

Bintang Warisan KL - nasi lemak

…which wasn’t too bad except that they did not give enough sambal and the rest of the stuff for that huge amount of rice – unlike the previous occasion when I had the “double”.  Still, it did not change the fact that it was quite good and the rice was fragrantly lemak (rich in santan/coconut milk) unlike the very first time I had it there – I thought it really was not worth the calories then; perhaps they have changed the chef and they now have somebody else doing the job.

I also had the three-egg omelette (RM8.50 on the menu)…

Bintang Warisan KL - three-egg omelette

…with mushroom, cheese and onions but unfortunately, I found it somewhat bland. I am pretty sure that I would do a much better job at cooking an omelette.

The second morning in KL, I was alone as Melissa had left for New Zealand the previous night. My blogger friend, Isaac Tan, had suggested getting together that very night after I had come back from KLIA but it was running late and I counter-proposed that we could meet for breakfast since I had vouchers for two. He agreed and said that he would come at around 8…or was it 9?

Then he remembered that he had an appointment to go somewhere with his wife at 11 so we had to meet earlier…at 7. No problem for me as I would be awake by then…but he got up late and sent a message saying that he would only be at the hotel by 7.30.  Well, I was not surprised – young people…and newly-weds some more. “I know what you did last…night!” Hehehehehe!!!!

So there we were in the cafe at 7.30 having breakfast. Isaac had the nasi lemak and I had the set American breakfast (RM13.50) for a change…

Bintang Warisan KL - American breakfast

We spent quite sometime getting acquainted…and taking about this and that and by around 10, I reminded him that he had another appointment at 11…and so he left.

It certainly was nice getting to meet you in person, Isaac and hopefully, we will meet again someday. At your wedding reception in Penang perhaps? Wink! Wink! LOL!!!