KL 2017 Hawker’s Meal 13


My father is a regular customer to this Kedai Kopi Matahari. The server will automatically brings him a cup of warm water without him ordering it.

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The traditional coffee shop usually occupies a corner lot. The coffee shop owner will sell drinks while there will be several food stalls operating on the outside perimeter of the coffee shop selling street food.

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My father had a bowl of “Mee Suah”. It was quite plain without much meat in it, just a little of pork. This is RM6 (about CAD1.80).

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I had a bowl of pork yee mee with an extra egg. This is $1 extra i.e RM7 (about CAD2.15).

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I bought some fruit from a fruit hawker operating from a van. A piece of jicama and a piece of pineapple is RM2.60 (about CAD0.80). I added some chili prawn paste sauce which is quite nice.

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For dinner, my father and I went to a Nasi Kandar place. It is similar to the Chinese “jap fan” stall but this caters to Malay/Indian customers.

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We shared a few dishes. Fish head curry with lady fingers.

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Achar (pickled vegetables).

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Lamb curry.

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More lady fingers.

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A deep fried chicken drumstick.

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The bill came to RM21.20 including GST. This is about CAD6.50.

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