Wednesday, 20 June 2012

Breakfast @ Pasar Baru Bukit Bintang

Mentioning about Bukit Bintang, what first comes to our minds would be shopping centers and hotels.If you realise the boundary of coming Kuala Lumpur International Financial District (KLIFD) near Berjaya Times Square, the wet market is just somewhere around the corner there. 
But do anyone of you still remember or even heard of the wet market in Bukit Bintang? 

Besides wet market, Pasar Baru Bukit Bintang is one of the favourite breakfast spot for locals there!

Ah Weng Koh Hainan Tea is one of the most famous food stall there. Nearly all the tables there are served with their Hainan Tea and toast bread.

Thick Toast & Hainan Tea

 le melted butter and kaya in the thick toast :D 
surely taste awesome!

Regarding the Hainan Tea, its actually tea + coffee but the taste is kinda special.....some might like it, some might not.

If you dont like thick bread, the thin one also available here..just make sure you tell the uncle who serves there to make it thick or thin.

even if the bread is thin, the butter is still THICK :D

Hainan Tea - RM1.80
Toast - RM1.80
(if not mistaken) 

 well, the next famous stuff there i think would be this....
the original Sisters Crispy Popiah (RM2.00 each)

That's what we have inside the popiah.
Taste ok good, nothing much to comment about.

There are other stalls selling curry noodles, pork noodles, porridge, fish ball noodles, chee cheong fun and etc. The taste of those foods are consider normal for me.

Well, i think the reason behind for this place to be pack of people is not about how tasty the food is but is the special kind of feeling they have towards this place. Imagine for years they have been having breakfast here since...i also dont know when.

Some says this place might be close due to the road closure for the contruction of KLIFD, but there's also news saying that the wet market is not affected.

Just hope it can withstand the development of KL as long as it can.


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