Here am I blogging about food again. I do not understand why of recent my posts are all on food when I am trying very hard in losing weight. WTF!!
I guess my life must be boring. FML!!
Be it boring or exciting, you will just have to bear with me as, I still want to blog about this dish. Nevertheless, its going to be in the simplest form i.e with pics max loads. I'll start with a brief LOL
The coffee shop has gone through some renovation. It used to be a meh-meh place for Cincau. But in that coffee shop is a stall, a stall that I could not resist. It serves one of the most yummy bak kut teh around KK. Some people says the best is at Jalan Gaya, which only operates at night. Then how about for lunch? This is where I go to:
|Sooooo glad its renovated. No more meh-meh|
|Auntie and her more organised stall.|
|Condiments to satisfy your taste buds|
|This is the way Cincau likes it. small sized chili and garlic with light soy sauce|
|daddy Beary's big & small chili, garlic, light & dark soy sauce|
|Bak kut teh in hot claypot|
|The finest "cut". Damn satisfying!!|
|Beary gobbling away|
|Cincau : I want to try your condiment|
|Beary : Stay away. Not enuf for 2!!|
Excuse me, I need to make an ugly expression:
|Kedai Kopi Keng Lok Yin|
My lunch did not end with the taking of the above pic. Instead, this was how it ended:
|X marks the spot I was standing at. Being shooed away.|
DISCLAIMER : This post is constructed with much care and in no way meant to offend anyone. Alternatively, you may substitute pork with poultry (chicken) meat.