First up, assorted nyoya kuih @ RM1.50 per piece. If you ask me, it worth your money. Very very good. Even Caleb had almost half of this portion. He wanted to taste every one of them, so we cut up half of every piece and he whacked everything up. My tiny dinosaur really can eat despite of his size :) Kecik kecik cili padi ma.....
My tiny dinosaur...
Since we were so hungry, we ordered some egg toast with ham and cheese (forgot what this called) for sharing from the breakfast menu while passing time, waiting for their ala carte menu. They offer more choice of food during lunch. So, if you want to eat kiss-ass noodles, variety of fried rice, expensive nasi lemak, be sure to be there after noon.
I tried their Special Seafood Maggi Mee Goreng from the menu. For a plate of Maggi Mee Goreng priced at RM14.90 doesn't really kick any sense in my mind. So, just to prove they really serve (better be hell-out-of-this-world, aitelyu) kiss-ass/special Maggi Mee, I ordered one.
It came with generous amount of seafood such as squid, prawns, scallop, salmon, fried egg, onion, few slices of cucumber and baby bok-choy, fried with their homemade sauce. It was good. Spicy and full of 'wok-hei', fresh seafood, nice sauce. Worth it? Mmm...okla
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Mom in law settled for the Nyoya Laksa (RM13.90) comes with prawn, slices of fish cake, cockles and bean curd drowned in creamy broth. She said it was nice. Spicy and fragrant.
Caleb's kid set meal. Spagetti in tomato sauce, lousy fried egg, a piece of fried chicken and a bottle of yakult. In the end, he had few spoonful of spagetti and half of the fried egg and claimed he's full. All the while he was eyeing at the bottle of yakult. Hah! In the end, I ate his spagetti and egg and the father ate the fried chicken. Gau tim!
Finally a picture of me and my prince.
Where is the little guy all these while? He slept in the stroller for a less than 15 minutes and woke up demanding to be carried. So, we passed him around like a football while the other eat.
Now, everybody can EAT!