Post-dawn prayer breakfast@Seksyen 14, PJ

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Sometimes, TLCC brothers and sisters will gather for a fellowship breakkie after Friday dawn prayers and today was one of those breakkie days!

Sekyen 14 corner kopitiam is one of the spots we frequent after dawn prayer, being near to church and also to some of our office work places.

There is a famous Chee Cheong Fun stall at this kopitiam and it is constantly sold out by 8 in the morning. If you are there, you will see most tables have CCF plates on their tables.

Today, everyone ordered the same except me. Plates of smooth, silky, white deliciousness. And combine it with a hot cuppa stocking filtered coffee.

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I opted for the toasted bread instead, which is pretty good here! Decently added butter and home made kaya. Yumsssss……. πŸ™‚

Early morning goers, especially those in the pharmaceutical industry where the offices are nearby, worthy visit for breakfast and I’m sure the rest of the day will be great if you start off with an awesome breakfast!

Fishy fishy noodles@Tang Pin Kitchen Restaurant, SS2

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I didn’t know how packed the restaurants located at this part of SS2 can get. Tang Pin Kitchen was one of the eateries with a little more space to seat and coincidentally, there were parking spaces available nearby.

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Since there was a huge sign board that says “the original Mee Pok”, it’d be wrong not to order it! The portion was just nice, not too big, not too tiny. And covered with gigantic pieces of pork lard. Oooohhh la la!

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I tried the curry version of mee pok, being a crazy chilli spicy food lover, it was really hard to stay away from this! The curry soup was super thick and dense, full of spicylicious curry powder. I ended up pouring the soup over to the original dry mee pok to add a lil kick to the noodles.

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Although it is known for its pork noodles, but I actually found its fish based food better! The fish cakes were thick and smooth, and you could taste the fishy flavour, even the fish balls wrapped with minced meat were bouncy and chewy! If I had to choose between pork balls or fish balls, I usually zoom right in to the meaty ones, but I’m making an exception for this!

The owner seems to love dogs, with large sized framed photos of him and his doggies hung on the walls of his restaurant. How adorable!

Total damage was RM 27, including yummylicious home soy bean drinks. Gotta say that it is a decently priced meal with fairly good food.

I’ll be back again soon! And this time, it will extend on to an hour long relaxing massage at De Siam Reflexology located just next door! This place has got one of the best massages I ever had, and decently priced too! About 60plus per hour for full body massage. Go try out guys! Do call up to book before you drop by as it may be fully booked, especially on weekends!

Address:
Tang Pin Kitchen Restaurant,
24, Jalan SS 2/24,
Damansara Jaya,
47300 Petaling Jaya,
Selangor, Malaysia
Opening hours: 8:00 am – 10:00 pm

De Siam Reflexology:
03-78778005