Hawker Stall @ OUG, Kuala Lumpur


Whenever I'm in KL mum will sure buy me my favourite food Chee Cheong Fun and Wanton Mee from OUG area, hawker food are so delicious in KL.
When I reach home after gym, "The Star" newspaper will be on the dining table and mum will warm up the food for me. Oh! Mikey, will be greeted by my doggy at the door, what a lovely morning.
You can hardly find any good Chee Cheong Fun in Kota Kinabalu, cause they don't serve with sweet bean sauce, they serve with oyster sauce (taste awful), you will not find the sweet bean sauce even when you go to the market in KK, in KL is available everywhere.
Wanton noodle in KK also different - the texture of the noodle, and Char-siu as well -not as tasty as the KL one.
 
Chee Cheong Fun, RM3.80

Wanton Mee, RM4.00

Ratings:
Food: 5/5
Services: 3/5
Cleanliness: 3/5





Today Meditation
Realizing our potential can show us our self-worth, and it can help us to develop our self-confidence and self-reliance. If we bring it forth, we can make richer our lives and the lives of all those people around us, while if we keep it hidden and never let it see the light, our lives will grow dark and dim as we slowly but surely destroy ourselves by allowing our fears to carry us into the dark recesses of frustration, disappointment, and lack of fulfillment.

Most people live, whether physically, intellectually or morally, in a very restricted circle of their potential being. They make very small use of their possible consciousness, and of their soul's resources in general, much like a person who, out of his or her whole bodily organism, should get into a habit of using and moving only his or her little finger.
William James

Comments

Terence said…
I have always loved Chee Cheong Fun ever since I was a little kid. The Chee Cheong Fun seller in Kajang would ride a motorbike around my housing area to sell chee cheong fun. At the back of his motorbike is a metal pot and container filled with hot chee cheong fun and yong tau foo. On Saturday mornings, I will make the effort to wake up at 7.30am to catch him when he passed by my house. My grandmum will follow me out with our plates and he will cut our orders and put it in our plates. I will always order 2-3 fishballs. Love em. Then after buying the Chee Cheong Fun, I will go back to the house and watch He-man on TV2 at 8am while eating my Chee Cheong Fun. Ahhhhhh...... the good old days. :)

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