Haven’t seen for a while…

My sister dropped by here for the noodles and the lady boss asked her about me – she was wondering how I was doing since she had not seen me for a while. I thought that was rather sweet of her to show some concern for one of her customers.

We had not gone there since October, if I am not mistaken, and the other day, we decided to drop by for my favourite pek chang kay (steamed/poached chicken)…

I do enjoy theirs a lot more than the rest here.

We were given these…

– the one on the right looked like an attempt to come out with something like the dip they will give you at all the chicken rice places. I don’t know if it was any good or not because we let my missus have both of the dips – she can’t survive without chili! LOL!!!

After the one that we had here that was not as nice as this one here, we simply had to order their lemon chicken…

…my girl’s favourite and frankly, so far, we have yet to come across any elsewhere that is nicer than this one.

For our vegetable dishes, we had the bitter gourd with taucheo (fermented beans)…

…and the cangkok manis fried with egg…

We did not feel like having any soup that day so we did not order any.

The bill came up to RM77.00, excluding the rice and the drinks. I did expect that as we asked for two meat dishes – usually, we would just have one and a vegetable dish and a soup and the total would be a bit less. Never mind! Most importantly, we enjoyed everything and we sure would be coming back again sometime.

Y2K CAFE 千禧餐馆  (2.294220, 111.825753)…

…is located at No. 16, Jalan Tunku Osman, round the corner from that block of shops where the branches of AmBank & RHB Bank are located, with its back entrance facing the side (right, not the main one) entrance/exit of Methodist Secondary School.

Author: suituapui

Ancient relic but very young at heart. Enjoys food and cooking...and travelling and being with friends.

9 thoughts on “Haven’t seen for a while…”

  1. Yes, all the dishes looks good and to my liking. By now, I guess you know me well and what are my kind of comfort dishes. Old habits die hard…. 😂😂. As for the bill, I think it is quite reasonable for 2 meat and 2 vegetables dishes. Most importantly everyone enjoy and tummy full…. 😊😊

    Yes, I thought that was quite expensive…until I checked out the new places in town over the last two days. Kuching franchises. I almost fainted!!! Blogposts on those coming up! Young people must be so very rich these days – they seemed to love it and did not feel the pinch!

  2. I can see the lemon chicken is good. No wonder your girl likes it.

    The steamed chicken also looked good.

    Happy new year to you and family!!

  3. Both the chicken dishes look very good. The bitter gourd with taucheo also looks good.

    Yes, my girl enjoyed it a lot. Usually we would have it fried with salted egg. Will surely order it done this way now.

  4. I love those two vegetable dishes, now I am craving for some bitter gourd

    You have bitter gourd in NZ? Don’t think I saw it there, among all the “western” vegetables.

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