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“Sri Sentosa” Coffee Shop

Sri Sentosa” coffee shop is owned by one of my grandmother’s sworn sister. When my grandparents came to Malaysia from China about 50-60 years ago, they were alone and got to know some friends. Eventually they became so close that they became sworn sisters and took care of one another.

Usual scene in the weekends

People from all corners of BM will flock to this coffee shop every weekend to have breakfast. The most popular food sold here is none other than Dried Hokkien Noodles, “Hokkien Ta” – Highly acclaimed as the best in BM. The others are so-so, nothing worth mentioning.

Chee Cheong Fun
BM Style Chee Cheong Fun(really fun :P ) Much nicer than HK style IMO, 80 cents only leh!

Dried Hokkien Mee
The famous Dried Hokkien Noodles, can add-on pork ribs on request :) Char Koay Teow
Char Koay Teow, nothing special.. used to be great

The remodeling ideas of kitchens are given by the exterior designers and home builders. The granite countertop looks so nice and beautiful if you fix it in your kitchen. The toaster ovens are used for baking toast in no time, a very significant appliance of kitchen. The blender is most common kitchen appliance which is used for mixing different cooking stuff quickly. The kitchen products of different brands are provided by various kinds of brands in varied ratings. The unique remodeling ideas are given by the consultants who have great experience for old kitchen replacement with new stuff of kitchen. The kitchen guide course provides perfect training to tackle all affairs of kitchen in well-mannered way.

Sri Sentosa" coffee shop is owned by one of my grandmother's sworn sister. When my grandparents came to Malaysia from Ch...

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Bukit Mertajam Lau Yu Coffee Shop

Hello my beloved hometown, that’s of course Bukit Mertajam :D It must’ve missed me too for being away so long(8 months) lol.

“Lau Yu” coffee shop is one of the oldest coffee shops in BM(15-20 years wor, old kua?) “Lau Yu”, which means “Old Friends” if translated into Chinese, originally has 2 other branches. The one I frequent most is located in Taman Mutiara, along Jalan Padang Lalang.

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This plate of Char Koay Teow only cost RM2.30.. what a steal
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Very special Wantan Mee, taste it to feel it :)
In my opinion it has the 2nd best Char Koay Teow stall in the whole BM, no kidding. Other hawker stalls worth trying are Wantan Mee, Chicken Rice, Clay pot Chicken Rice, Nasi Lemak and Tomyam Mee. The noodle stall that opens only in the morning outside is a big hit with students(Jit Sin High School is nearby) and working people and I notice the gold necklace the tauke is wearing is getting thicker and thicker :P

This is the coffee shop I grew up with, along with many other BM people :)

Hello my beloved hometown, that's of course Bukit Mertajam :D It must've missed me too for being away so long(8 months)...

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