|Braised fish head|
But today was the day when we did our worst. The tally for me :
- Curry mee, with smooth, translucent thick bee hoon noodles.
- Chee Cheong fan (CCF), with pork and mushrooms. A light gravy, sprinkled over with sesame seeds and fried shallots.
We then crossed the road, only to find Canning Gardens CCF there. Of course, we had to eat it. The sauce is much thicker and sweeter, but the noodles are also soft and went down as smooth as silk.
|Dim Sum selection|
I really enjoyed the yummy dim sum, with nice yu mai (sort of a steamed fishball), fried fishballs (no nasty factory fishballs here); dumplings with pork and peanut filling; mua chee with a soft, gooey exterior complemented with sweet-salty peanut filling within. Also a soft and fluffy cha siu pao and a smooth black sesame cream dessert.
I'm surprised that after all this we still had room for Funny Mountain tau huey (or toufu fa) for a second dessert!
|YTF at Big Tree|
Apparently people from all over Malaysia, Singapore and even Hongkong come for JJ Swiss Rolls. These rolls come in many flavours, big ones, and mini ones We had a half of chempadak and half of durian. I liked the fruity filling, and the roll itself was nice, but somehow maybe we should have tried the minis with their interesting flavours of spinach, pumpkin, and so on.
|Ipoh Tauge - shorter, fatter, crunchier|
It's probably best for my weight that we're leaving at 7.30am tomorrow.
With thanks to family members on this eating binge, it's great to be able to share food with you! Especial thanks to aunt and cousin, who helped come up with the title to this post.
|A Happy Send-off|
We also had a good lunch of KFC at the airport. Juicy chicken, fried just right. Somehow even KFC is better in M'sia!