April 8, 2017

[Restaurant] Breakfast @ Kedai Kopi Wah Juan (華園茶室)

2017년4월4일 (화요일) Breakfast @ Kedai Kopi Wah Juan (華園茶室)

You know you can't skip breakfast, right? :D

Something different for breakfast today. As we are sending dad to airport later, we decided to have our breakfast nearby. Well, technically, not "nearby" anymore since KKIA Terminal 2 has been shut downed for months now.

Anyway, this is a place we always will go for breakfast in occasion like that. We have so much memories here, especially our childhood, as dad will bring us before/after church service.

Breakfast @ Kedai Kopi Wah Juan (華園茶室)
Breakfast @ Kedai Kopi Wah Juan (華園茶室)

- Address : Jalan Lee Thau Sang, Pekan Tanjung Aru, 88100 Kota Kinabalu, Sabah, Malaysia.
- Operating Hours : 7AM - 10:30PM (Close every Wednesday)

What do they serve here? Well, particularly they are famous for their pork-innards (猪杂) noodles. I don't fancy much about pork-innards actually. Dad and youngest sister love it tho. For me, I usually will order noodles with chinese spring rolls (春卷) or minced pork meat (碎肉).

Unfortunately, for dad, particularly pork-innards are not available as we were there too early. According to the staff, it will be available from 8AM onwards. We reached there about 7:30AM. (nawww) Not a problem for me tho (heh)

Breakfast @ Kedai Kopi Wah Juan (華園茶室)

Recently I noticed my appetite has increased, especially in the mornings. It reminds me of the saying, "eat like a king in the morning, eat like a beggar in the evening". Not really much that case, but yeah, just having good appetite in the morning.

The main point is, to please my appetite, I ordered extra noodles for my portion. (Geez) You just need to add RM0.50 for extra noodles. Great bargain! :9

Breakfast @ Kedai Kopi Wah Juan (華園茶室)

And this is how a standard portion should be like (as below).

Breakfast @ Kedai Kopi Wah Juan (華園茶室)

I love the texture of the homemade noodle. With the seasoning and a touch of grease, voila! We invented a name for the noodles here. We called it "油油面", literally translate would be "oily noodles".

I am not good with words when it comes to describe foods. But this is a recommended place from me to those who haven't visit this restaurant. This is one of my personal favourites in town.

Will I revisit this restaurant in near future? Yes, certainly!

Will I recommend this restaurant? Yes, of course!

Cheers! ^_^

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