Jalan Bukit Kecil
21100 Kuala Terengganu
(Coordinates: E103° 8' 11.0" N5° 18' 52.9")
After all that gallivanting, we were famished and I thought of this quaint little stall that I used to frequent in the mornings. The Keropok Lekor (fish sausages?) here was particularly to my liking and reminiscent of the ones I used to have at my school canteen all those years.
|at the junction that leads to the Court Complex|
|diminutive stall, almost food truck like|
|tired out after all that gallivanting|
Since it was not yet lunchtime it only made sense for us to have our brunch here which served light refreshments. We were delighted that they sold our favourite Nasi Lemak Ikan Aye (fragrant rice cooked in coconut milk and Pandan leaves served with tuna), I had a packet while Cat embellished with two. Apart from that I also had the Mee Goreng (moist fried yellow noodles) while Brendan who was still full from the toast bread he had earlier in the morning settled on the Keropok Lekor.
|nice thick keropok lekor that I used to have each day in school|
|my hot glass of nescafe|
|the mee goreng|
|the pièce de résistance: nasi lemak ikan aye|
What can we say? The pictures do not do the dishes any justice, and the delectable Keropok Lekor was just out of this world. At RM15.80 which also covered a hot glass of Nescafe as well as two Iced Lemon Teas this has got to be one of the best brunches we’ve had in a long while.