The sister runs this other place selling the same things, more or less, and we’ve actually been there twice while the brother is here…
I’ve blogged about this one before…and some are of the opinion that they like the ones here better. Well, I would say that both are very nice and one thing that I like about it here is that the brother is very polite and friendly and he will serve your orders to your table. At the sister’s place, they may or may not do that so at times, you may need to get what you have ordered and bring it to your table yourself to eat.
Well, we dropped by for brunch the other day and I wanted to order something from the old lady at the stall next to this one but she was already cleaning up and closing for the day. I have had the chin tan (clear soup) here before so this time, I decided to go for the zhao cai hung ngang (RM6.00)…
…and yes, it was very nice…
…plus I loved the very spicy chili dip that came with it. As a matter of fact, I am not particular fond of this – my missus is the one who would usually go for it – but I really enjoyed this one here.
My girl wanted the tom yam but she did not want the hung ngang (big bihun) so she asked for the regular bihun (RM6.00)…
…instead. She enjoyed it very much but there was a little too much bihun for her to manage so she finished everything, even the soup to the last drop, but left some of the vermicelli behind. She isn’t a very big eater, not like the father.
The mum was o.k. with the hung ngang and she wanted tom yam (RM6.00)…
…as well and I was wondering why they got a different kind of dip – the regular bottled chili sauce with soy sauce added. My missus would have loved the one I got as she is so into anything spicy, the spicier the better!
She enjoyed what she had…
…but the next time we drop by here, we would make it a point to ask for the nice chili dip that I had…and we would also ask for around half of the bihun for my girl and maybe the guy can give an extra slice or two of the fish or more of the minced meat instead.
Yes, we enjoyed what we had and for sure, we would come back here again…and for your information, they open in the morning but will close early – before or around noon and they will reopen at night around 6 and will stay open till 10 or 10.30 p.m.
14 thoughts on “Brother and sister…”
Your daughter is just like me, not a big eater. But I was trained to finish my meal since I was kid. If not, my mom will bising said that the rice will cry if we wasted them. 😅 Luckily now I have someone who’s willing to finish my meal. ehehehe
Me too. Rotan by the side, must finish all our rice and food…especially the vegetables. Kesian!!! 😀
Looking good. My mum would love the hung ngan.
Oh. No wonder your girl so skinny. Not a big eater.
I used to able to eat a lot but now age is catching up, tummy also getting smaller. Cannot stuff too much in there. Haha.
Mother Nature is so cruel – the metabolism slows down and one would put on weight even though one eats so little. Hehehehehehe!!!!!
Yes, my girl will eat but does not eat very much. The father had to finish off everything for her but I don’t do that now, just leave everything behind – not good for me to do that…if you get what I mean. Everything at this stall is very nice though I have never tried the laksa – does not look that good in the photo. 😀
Both looks extremely great. It has been ages since I last had zhao cai hung ngang. Not really fond but will have it once a while. I like dian pian hu. Yumsss!!!
Not a fan of dianpianngu nor zhao cai hung ngang. My missus loves zhao chai hung ngang, the more sour the better. I just ordered the one here for a change and it turned out that I liked it a lot – will certainly want to have that again the next time we drop by here.
I am not a big eater, so if the portions are very large, 9 times out of 10 I don’t finish the meal.
Just like my girl…but sometimes she may amaze us. 😀
LOL! There is the odd time that I amaze myself, too. 😀
Sometimes, miracles do happen, eh? 😀
The tom yam noodles look pretty good. I had tom yam fish noodles long ago and for some reason, that day they made it extra spicy with loads of cili padi swimming in the soup. Needless to say, I was crying while eating LOL!
You probably went to the authentic Thai one – they have cili padi in everything like this Thai place we have here now. Nice, we like!!!
Craving for it….
Heheh, based on your statement, it sounds like your missus has a higher spice tolerance than you … Her tolerance is probably much higher than mine too! 😉
Yes, she grew up eating everything spicy. I used to rinse curry chicken in water before eating. Only started in my 20’s and only got a lot of training after we got married.
Both noodle dishes looked so good! I should never drop by this site when I am hungry! you are so torturing me
Nah!!! You’re only saying this. Anything in yours looks a whole lot better. 😀
Okay, this is making me hungry again!!!
Not surprised, lovely hawker stall fare here.
Your first time here, I see. Welcome, welcome…and thanks for dropping by and commenting, do come again. Lovely blog you have there!