Another you…

They have been around for a long time now and if I’m not mistaken, they were initially at the coffee shop on the ground floor of the Star Cineplex, formerly the Cathay Cinema but eventually, they moved to its present location at  a corner coffee shop along Causeway, opposite Wisma Sanyan. They certainly enjoy brisk business and the place is always very crowded but the one time when I went with my daughter, we did not really think what we had was nice which, of course, would confirm my conviction that one man’s meat is another man’s poison. Obviously, many enjoy what they’re selling or there would not be such a crowd there every day. To each his own!

Anyway, my missus and I were going around the same vicinity as this place when I spotted this new branch of theirs…

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…and since it was approaching lunch time, we decided to just drop by and eat there instead of going back to cook our own.

This is the stall where they prepare the beef noodles and the Sarawak laksa

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…while the chicken rice stall is to the left on the other side…

Ahho 3

My missus had their beef noodle set (RM6.00) with the kampua kosong

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…and the soup…

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With all the beef, the tendons and the tripe in it, I would say it was not really expensive. After all, beef does not come cheap these days.

I, on the other hand, decided to try their chicken rice…

CR menu

…and I opted for the stewed drumstick (RM4.50)…

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…which came with the rice –  inclusive, of course…

CR

…and I had one stewed egg, added (RM1.00)…

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On the whole, we did like what we had but when it comes to beef noodles, I would still prefer the ones here except that it is not halal…and in my opinion, the best chicken rice is here though some would probably prefer the roast chicken and whatever meat here.

Gee! It certainly looks like more and more new eating places are sprouting up here, there and everywhere these days. Never mind what they say about a recession or a flagging economy, inflation and rising prices and what not, everyone has to eat, I guess…like it or not.

STOP PRESS:
This just reached me the day before yesterday…

From Singapore

Thank you so much, somewhereinsingapore – it certainly is so sweet and thoughtful of you…and thank you also for dropping by my blog regularly and for your unfailing support. Cheers!