True colours…

I have blogged about this place

Colourful Cafe

…many times before and we did drop by here time and time again as its location is on our way back home from my parents’ place therefore it is very convenient for us to do so. However, we would be having those same things that I would have featured in my earlier posts so I do not see any point in repeating myself.

Much to my delight, when we stopped by last Friday, we found out that there were a few new additions to their menu and it being our no-meat Friday in the season of Lent, I picked their sweet and sour fish lunch set (RM9.90)…

Colourful Cafe sweet & sour fish lunch set

Yes, it was not all that cheap, definitely not as cheap as the ones here, but that was a very much bigger plate and the serving was huge – enough for two, I would say or perhaps one can just order another rice and share the fish and the salad.

One thing that would be in their favour was that they gave chicken rice instead of plain white rice and yes, the fish…

Colourful Cafe sweet and sour fish

…was very nice and there was a lot of it and I would say the same about the salad…

Colurful Cafe salad

…by the side and I do know for a fact that the imported crispy lettuce sure does not come cheap.

The other options would be the salad fish or chicken (deep-fried batter-coated fish or chicken with mayonnaise) or their honey chicken wings. I guess my girl would be able to enjoy that last one, the only one of the lot that is gluten-free.

That day, my missus stuck loyally to her favourite, their char kway teow (RM4.00)…

Colourful Cafe char kway teow

– the fried flat rice noodles and yes, she said it was as good as always. I get somewhat put off by some places here that do need a lot more quality control – something may be very nice on your first visit but the next time around, you find that it is not quite as good as the previous time. Thankfully, this is not one of them.

COLOURFUL CAFE (2.316673, 111.837539) is located in the Renew4U building at the junction of Brooke Drive and Lorong Kwong Ann 8, across the road from the Church of Jesus  Christ of the Latter Day Saints.