Can’t get enough of ’em eggs@Whitehouse, Kota Bahru

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Hurrah! We are back for more of those golden eggs! Thankfully it is opened today!

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If I could express this image in a sketch or cartoon, it would have golden sparkly diamonds surrounding ’em eggs. Now this is the way….to serve half-boiled eggs.

Today’s service was a little under the weather. Our eggs took around 20 minutes to arrive. It was mental torture! Especially the fact we missed breakfast and we were up since 5.00 am.

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Thankfully, the kopi came first. Hot and kau. Bittersweet. Old skool. I had to have 2 doses of this since I am not having my regular black today.

As those precious eggs were taking their own sweet time to be half-boiled, we ordered a pack of nasi dagang, which came with a yummylicious piece of rendang fish! Cleared off within minutes @_@.

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After our eggs came, tummies were at least half satisfied now. Then, came the toast bread, which took another 20 minutes to arrive! We reminded the waitress several times but I guess demand was all-time high today.

Oh well…it was worth the wait! 🙂 I ain’t complaining because they were also being courteous.

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You wouldn’t have guessed, a brightly painted red coloured old mercedes taxi came to pick us up and I was thinking to myself, that I was travelling in KB town in luxury and style….until I opened the door…and sat in to…this.

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The cushions were gone. Mats were gone. Dirt and sand everywhere. Air conditioning was not functioning. In a land where the temperature was hitting near 40 degrees. Luxury and style alright! Maybe..just maybe..I would prefer a proton wira for now…

Kedai Kopi White House
Address:1329-L,
Jalan Sultanah Zainab,
15050, Kota Bharu, Kelantan
Tel: +60 9-748 4119

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An early morning breakfast@Restoran Kita, Kota Bahru

Restoran kita is one of the most popular breakfast spots for locals and out-of-towners. It is packed to the brim with all walks of races. Chinese, malays, indians all happily enjoying their morning meal together. This is the should-be Malaysia aspires to be.
One thing great about the eggs and poultry in this side of town is that their chickens are all ‘kampung kai’, meaning not in-breeding farmed methods but chickens roam free. Hence the meat is leaner and somehow the eggs are strangely larger.
That aspect makes eating these half-boiled eggs so awesome. The yolks are golden, glistening and large. The egg whites are also firmer, viscous. A dash of pepper, a dash of soy sauce. Whoah-lah, happy moments!.
The toast bread was only so-so, a bit too hard for me. But I could see most are having nasi lemak, am guessing this is their specialty. Next round!