|along Jln Merdeka, slow down or you'll miss the entrance|
|pretty quiet on a Sunday afternoon|
As the name suggests, the aptly named Economy Rice stall priced their dishes very reasonably. Cat and I had mixed rice with two main dishes and some veggies, and it came up to only RM8.50! We noticed a steady stream of elderly patrons to the stall and discovered an old folk’s home across the street from the food court. Ah, this must be the reason for the low pricing. Which reminds me, now that I’ve recovered from the effects of hypothyroidism it’s time for me to start volunteering at orphanages and old folks homes again.
|wide selection of dishes to choose from|
|the signboard does it justice|
|we even saw an arabic man ordering take outs (not in photo)|
|only a few tables occupied|
|economy rice indeed|
|time to dig in|
Brendan sampled the fancily named Ipoh Spring Sprout Chicken Rice stall and was none too impressed. I guess our family does not take too kindly to non-roasted chicken rice.
|not to his fancy, said Brendan|
Food and drinks came up to only RM17.50, and we were left scratching our heads trying to recall the last time the three of us had lunch for under RM20! We’ll probably be back during dinnertime one of these days.