Stop by…

My blogger-friend from Seremban was on her way to her hubby’s hometown in Sarikei and she said she would stop by in Sibu for a while on the way. She did not want any kampua noodles though – I guess she would be getting a lot of that in Sarikei and probably every day too. Instead, she would want to stop by here for the deep-fried kompia with pork belly…

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…and the ones with minced meat…

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Her hubby and his friend also ordered this sizzling black pepper beef kampua dish…

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…while she had the stewed pork belly rice…

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For dessert, we had the rum and raisin mille crepe…

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…and the crème brûlée…

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…that I love a lot as it is not too sweet and I have a soft spot for nicely-made egg custard.

I did not order anything for myself as I had kampua noodles elsewhere earlier that morning and I was rather full so I just nibbled a bit here and a bit there of the kompia and the desserts but obviously, they were not very big eaters and after they had finished their own personal orders, they said they were already so very full and could hardly eat anymore. Well, no prize for guessing who had to clear up everything! Ah well! After all, it has been said that it’s a sin to waste, right or not? LOL!!!

Ooooo…and look at what she brought me…

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Hmmmm!!! I needn’t have worried that I would not have any mooncakes to eat this year, it seems. I particularly love the tin – it comes in layers, one for each mooncake – and you can place one on top of the other like a tiffin carrier. Very nice indeed!

Thank you so very much, Melissa, and it certainly was a pleasure meeting you and Alex and thanks also for the brunch treat. I  do hope you all liked what I suggested…