Friday, December 29, 2017

Warm and spicy

Not every weekend, we would have our usual breakfast. Kolo mee, Sarawak laksa, kueh chap etc. Sometime we do crave for different kind of breakfast. Not Chinese all the times. 

And one Saturday we did have something different for breakfast.

There was one Bombay Cuisine in Batu Kawa that we had not been to.  Bombay Cuisine facing the main road with Roman Catholic St Mark's Church at the side. Actually I had been there once when it opened not so long ago but with my friends. My family has not been there for its mamak dishes so we decided to have breakfast here before our monthly grocery shopping in nearby hypermarket, Emart.

Mamak fried mee hoon

I knew what I wanted beforehand. Fried mee hoon. My mee hoon came first. And it came out very warm and spicy. Syiok! There was smoke when I stirred my vermicelli around. And the portion was huge too. Double syiok! But I hardly could finish it all (as it was spicy for me to handle after many mouthful and I had to help myself to another dish on the table) so I packed some home for lunch.

Mee Maggi goreng

A must order when go "makan" in a mamak shop, according to hubby. Mee Maggi goreng. Hubby's favourite food during college time back in West Malaysia. Lol. The spicy fried noodle brought back his hard time away from home.

Roti telur bawang

Both of us also ordered this roti telur bawang to share. Good and fluffy. Went well with the dipping sauces.

Dhal on top and fish curry

Chapati

Jan and Jay each had their chapati. First time they tasted chapati. No complaint about this flatbread and they finished up their plates. 

12 comments:

Merryn said...

All these are my college favourites too. I rarely eat them now though as the hubby will say they are too unhealthy -.-

Libby said...

I would love to have that roti telur bawang, we call it Roti Prata here

suituapui said...

Now I'm feeling like going to Sri Pelita, our favourite here...but I'll be busy today, driving to my girl's school in the jungle. Gotta wait till tomorrow then. Sighhhh!!!!

Yannie said...

I would love to have the chapatti only.

Happy New Year 2018 to you and your family, Rose.

mun said...

Good to hear that everyone enjoyed their food even though the mee hoon is very spicy. I have roti canai at least twice a month.

mun said...

Happy New Year to you and your family!

The Yum List said...

Happy New Year!

Nancy Chan said...

I also enjoy eating these food too! Wishing you and love ones A Blessed New Year!

Ez Vina said...

Yes, maggi goreng is a must :)

Somewhere in Singapore said...

I like it when it came out warm...

Sharon D said...

Syiok is the word! Maggi goreng, the rotis - I love it.

Twilight Man said...

I always love these type of Malaysian food. All are my favourites.