Kuala Lumpur Day 4: Wonton Noodle Breakfast


After attending to family matters, Ben’s sister brought us out for a late breakfast. Since we had not recovered from food poisoning yet, we had something light.

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I had wonton noodle with “jar yoke”. “Jar yoke” was a dish which my grandmother used to make at home. It’s made with pork belly marinated in five spices which were deep fried and braised with wood ear and sour cabbage. I wish I had learned how to make it from her.

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The noodles here were not exactly like the wonton noodles we get in Vancouver. These were thicker.

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Ben had wonton noodles with braised chicken feet and mushrooms.

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The chicken feet were plump and the skin fell off the bone when you placed it in your mouth.

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Ben must have chili to go with his noodles. He would not abstain from spicy food even his stomach did not agree.

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We also had a bowl of “sui gow” to share. Sui gow is the big brother of wonton. The meal was RM16.40 (CAD5.50). It was my sister-in-law’s treat.

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