Wednesday, May 11, 2016

All about foods


(1) The other time, 小影 blog about the porridge at McDonald, i comment that i didn't see any porridge at McDonald, only at KFC, $3.80 for the porridge and coffee, the porridge is ok, as for the coffee, don't expect too much for it.


(2) I didn't know about this Salted Yolk Lava Cheese Tart - left (promotion price is $2.40, usual price is $2.80) and Original Cheese Tarts - right (promotion price is $2.00, usual price is $2.40) from Prima Deli till i saw my friend posted about it in Facebook.  Bought 1 each to tried it out. Promotion price, if not wrong, is till 30th April.


(3) The other time, while having porridge in Tiong Bahru, saw this stall selling Duck keow teow/mee/rice, but at that time, it was sold out, and also saw quite a number of tables having it, so i thought of going back again another day to try it out.  It was nice, will go for it again if i am in the vicinity. $3.50 for this bowl of dry duck keow teow mee.


(4) Saw that Long John Silver serve porridge in their breakfast menu, porridge with Dory fish and a cup of coffee at $3.90, but find that the dory fish, the skin is a bit hard and don't expect too much of the coffee.

32 comments:

  1. We used to have Long John Silver, now no more liao lor.. And yes, McD's chicken porridge very nice, hehe, but a lot of MSG taste la..

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    1. Don't expect too much from fast food porridge ya, hehe...

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  2. Good Afternoon Zumba Queen!

    Nice day. Nice weather.

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    1. Good afternoon TM... At the moment, the weather here is not bad, but hard to say if it rain later...

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  3. I just ate porridge last night at Nyonya Colours here. So yummy with so much ingredients.

    Long John Silvers very short life in KL. People here have different tastes.

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    1. Actually, i didn't eat Long John Silvers for quite a while, only that i saw the advertisement for the porridge, thought try it out...

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  4. I never enjoy McD' chicken porridge. Too peppery for me.

    Duck noodle looked good. And the tarts!! Drooling and hungry now.

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    1. I prefer the porridge at Hawker Centre to fast foods porridge...

      The duck noodle, it's good...

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  5. I have not tried the McD porridge. Anyway I don't like porridge.

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  6. I've my eyes on the salted yolk cheese tart.

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    1. Saw the advertisement from another place about the tart, but have yet to try the other place...

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  7. I think fast food porridge is that we don't expect too much, just take it as some food to fulfill our tummy only, hehe!

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  8. Hi Sharon,
    Porridge best enjoy on rainy days...so comfort food

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  9. Eh, side track from your food a bit, since you mentioned Tiong Bahru. Is Tiong Bahru a pai kia/gangster haven? I see this place being mentioned quite often in Jack Neo's movies. What Tiong Bahru 地躺 lah, Tiong Bahru 分舵 lah, 我要去 Tiong Bahru 找我的 brader lah... :/

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    1. My mum used to stay in Tiong Bahru when she was young, didn't hear her mention about it...

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  10. I love porridge but not from fast food outlets. But I am attracted to both the cheese tarts. Yums!

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    1. Same here, i don't fancy the porridge from fast food outlets, only went to try it out...

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  11. 好想吃鴨肉果條啊!>_<

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    1. Now i start to crave for it again, hehe...

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  12. I like those HK porridge. There's one near Bencoolen St.

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  13. sobs sobs...hungry liao looking at this photo. Today only eat roti. bad sore throat and fever

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    1. Oh dear, sayang sayang, hope you get well soon...

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  14. I am really drooling over the Salted Yolk Lava Cheese Tart. It looks so yummy!

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