This morning after sending Cass to school, I had breakfast with the hubs at a nearby food court. I have not gone to this food court for many years, albeit we do drive past it everyday. After walking around the food court for 15 minutes, having a very hard time to decide what to eat, I finally ordered a bowl of pork vermicelli with so-called herbal soup and hubs ordered char koay teow. The char koay teow stall was manned 100% by an Indon helper. She even fried the char koay teow.
When the bowl of pork noodles came, my jaw almost dropped when the Indon helper told me that it cost RM7 a bowl! For such run-of-the-mill pork noodles with only an egg added, it cost a freaking RM7!! Oh yes, I chose herbal soup and the soup was super salty and oily and tasted nothing near to herbal soup. When the char koay teow arrived, we had another shock when we were told to pay RM6 for a regular plate of char koay teow. Hubs requested for extra bean sprouts but we did not see any extra bean sprouts on the plate of noodles. Next unbelievable moment was the glass of barley which cost RM1.40 and it was super sweet.
Does this bowl of noodles look like it cost RM7? Yes if I ate it in an air-conditioned restaurant or shopping mall.
RM6 for a regular size plate of char koay teow at a non air-conditioned food court – would I be going there again? I’d rather pay a few more Ringgit more to enjoy my favorite char koay teow from The Little Penang Cafe @ Mid Valley Megamall!
I think that is the last time the hubs and I step foot into this food court.
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