Morning sun…

In yesterday’s post, I mentioned how the stalls at this coffee shop have all moved to the inner section of the premises probably because the outer section is exposed to the morning sun and it can get quite hot…

KongMaMa in the morning

I also mentioned that I saw a couple of new stalls that were not there before and I tried the beef noodles that day. Well, I noticed that the other new stall had quite a lot to offer as well so I went back there again the very next day and had the shui jiao or prawn dumpling soup (RM5.00)…

KongMaMa prawn dumpling soup

When it  was served, I was shocked to see only FIVE shui jiao in the bowl – that would work out to RM1.00 each and the whole thing looked so plain and did not appear promising at all.

Well, I’m glad to tell you that truly, appearances can be deceptive as I found the soup very nice, full of flavour and very tasty indeed – just right…and the best part was it was in no way due to an overdose of monosodium glutamate (msg) as would often be the case.

The skin was soft and smooth and you can see the whole prawns/shrimps inside…

KongMaMa prawn dumpling

Unfortunately, I found the prawns/shrimps somewhat bland unlike fresh prawns where one would be able to taste the freshness and the fishy prawn taste.

Despite that, I enjoyed it a lot and it was a lot nicer than what I had here. Rest assured that I certainly would go back for more – but the next time, I think I would just order the meat ones; if I remember correctly, they’re only RM4.00 a bowl…