According to plan…

I was loitering around the mega mall when I spotted this place…

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…that I had read about in some people’s blogs and was hoping that I would be able to drop by one day…and I made up my mind there and then to go there for breakfast the very next morning. You may opt to sit outside, if you want…

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…and I must say that I loved their decor…

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They have some kind of an open kitchen concept as you can see what goes on inside through those little windows…and I loved their furniture too…

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I did not take a photo of the chairs that they made out of oil drums but those looked great – very unique indeed.

My friend, Mandy, sent word that we must not have anything heavy that morning as she would be coming to take us out for lunch but since we would be leaving the following day, we just had to proceed according to plan. No. we did not have any of their cakes and stuff…

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We simply had to have those HUGE western breakfast sets that we had quite a lot of when we were in New Zealand at the end of last year. We can’t get those in Sibu so you can say that I kind of missed that.

Just like in the cafes in New Zealand, they gave free plain water…

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…and I would say the coffee was great…

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If I remember correctly, that came with my Big Breakfast Platter set (RM26.00)…

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…(together with a glass of fresh orange juice) but I was told that I would have to add another RM2.00 if I wanted ice with the coffee so I decided to do without.

My missus had the Egg Ben (RM17.00)…

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…and a Long Black (RM8.00) to wash it all down. The total would come up to RM25.00 so I would reckon that having the breakfast platter would be a much better deal actually.

My daughter had the poached egg avocado-feta mash (RM21.00)…

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…and she loved the mash to bits. She had an iced mocha (RM11.00) to go with it.

The poached eggs were all perfectly done…

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…and we certainly enjoyed that very delightful breakfast that brought back pleasant memories of the wonderful time we had in New Zealand