|some things never change|
|family restaurant in every sense|
|right beside the iconic Kampung Cina archway|
This time around we were glad to find the place open and left in pretty much the same way as we remembered. The Tauke-Soh took time off from kitchen duties to catch up with Cat, the two shares a kindred spirit on since both hail from Kota Bharu.
|cute kindred spirits|
|no frills no nonsense restaurant that's to our liking|
As usual we ordered the customary Belacan Fried Tenggiri and Herbal Soup with a side dish of Chinese Sausage Omelette and Kangkung (Water Spinach).
|homemade chrysanthemum tea|
|the chinese sausage omelette|
|the water spinach (meant for only Cat)|
|the main course, the delectable be-ka belacan|
|another shot of our perennial favourite be-ka belacan|
|the herbal soup|
|lunch is served|
|let's sit down and dig in!|
This has been another walk down memory lane for me.