Tracy's Nest

Tuesday, March 14, 2006

My lunchies

This post is specially dedicated to my sister June. She's always asking me what I have for lunch everyday thru Skype. She misses the M'sian food so much and she's going to 'strangle' me for not taking her to have some of the specialties near my working place. The followings are my favourites and what I usually eat during my lunch time.
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Savoury Rice Pudding (Woon Jai Kou) Taufuking (grilled taufu pieces, grilled sotong, meat floss, mixed veggie and sauce)
Chinese Rojak (Varieties of fruits in rojak sauce)

Minced meat porridge which comes in a set with a piece of fried pancake and a cup of herbal tea.


"Dai Bou Meen" (Wantan mee with wantans)
(what is special about this is dat the noodles are without black soya sauce) a
There are two stalls (next to each other) under the 'Big Tree' near my working place – one which serves Beef Noodles and another Curry Laksa and Noodles with Chicken. If u are familiar with Pudu, the stalls are just situated behind Caltex Station and the former Majestic Theatre. The stories of the Beef Noodles and Curry Mee stalls were featured in one of the Chinese Magazine – Famous Cuisine No. 34.

Beef Noodles

Curry Laksa Noodles
Chicken drumstick and Char Siew Noodles Soup
Pork Meat Noodles
"Yong Tau Fu", "Chee Cheong Fun" and my glass of "Kat Jai Suin Mui" (lime with assam boi juice)

I don't think June will be interested in the Yong Tau Fu cos she prefers the home-made ones from her dear sister (dat's me) *cough cough*

Salted Fish Fried Rice

Hahaha, drooling now?

P/s: Actually I have another pic of my favourites, Cendol and Indian Rojak, which I'm not going to post here in case I get "jeered" by Jason cos the Cendol is nothing compared to the Cendol in Malacca.

20 Comments:

At Tue Mar 14, 04:13:00 PM, Blogger Jesslyn said...

wow, your lunch so variety har?
my work place is a small town, nothing much choice for the lunch, so sien! *sigh*

 
At Tue Mar 14, 04:18:00 PM, Blogger Lazymama said...

wah, really envy! *swallowing saliva* I like all the foods you post except beef noodle coz I don't take beef!

My current working area don't have much choice. Not sure about the new working place.

 
At Tue Mar 14, 04:34:00 PM, Anonymous maria @ twinsmom said...

I don't want to cook, I want to eat hawker store foods *kick leg and drooling*.

the Taufuking and beef noodle are my fav. where you get the taufu from?

 
At Tue Mar 14, 05:09:00 PM, Blogger Sue said...

Wah *drools* you're so lucky to be working in Pudu area hor... Shah Alam only got one area with Chinese food leh and we always go to the same place, unless travel further a bit to Subang Jaya la...

All the food you post here make my mouth water leh...

 
At Tue Mar 14, 05:46:00 PM, Blogger 1+2mom said...

So many choice ler!!!LAst time i work not much choice :( everyday almost the same. The taufuking look so delicious ler.

 
At Tue Mar 14, 06:11:00 PM, Blogger Tracy said...

Jesslyn:
There are still lots of food near my working place but those are my favourites. But I still find dat I've to think of what to eat everday *tongue out*.

Jefferene:
Too bad u don't take beef. I only take beef noodles from this stall. The soup is very different from others.

Maria:
Hahaha, u don't have to cook if u don't want. Just go out and 'da pau' will settle ur problem.

The stall is called "Taufuking" and its right in front of a coffee shop opposite Pudu Plaza. It opens at about 1.00 p.m. They have many other varieties, not only the sotong and meat floss (my favourite).

Sue:
Dat's what my frens used to tell me. I'm so lucky with so many good food surrounding me and I still complain I don't know what to have for my lunch.

1+2 mom:
U used to work in Pudu too? Yup, the taufuking is really very delicious. Finish the packet and I'll be full.

 
At Tue Mar 14, 07:40:00 PM, Blogger mom2ashley said...

yup i havent taken my dinner and you are making me drool!

 
At Tue Mar 14, 11:07:00 PM, Blogger jazzmint said...

wah wahh.....not only June will be salivating, this pregnant lady also lahh...My work place sucks big time for lunch :(. Everyday we will go there and stand and ask, err..same thing ah!!!

Note: slurppss....i love woon jai kou too keke..with lots of choi pou :)

 
At Tue Mar 14, 11:50:00 PM, Blogger shiaulin said...

in the middle of night but reading ur post makes me hungry!!!

Arrghhhhhh... how is missed malaysian food!!!!

 
At Wed Mar 15, 10:12:00 AM, Blogger Zara's Mama said...

You work in Pudu area?
I work in hwana area.. so everything halal, some more.. no coffee shop nearby, want to go coffee shop, must drive.. Sien.

Since I'd moved to Shah Alam and started working here, every morning I crave for a lomaiguy or chucheongfun.. tough to get. :(

 
At Wed Mar 15, 10:33:00 AM, Blogger TWO LITTLE FELLAS said...

i'm drooling...definitely drooling...
honestly, i have not tasted some of the food i.e. taufuking and even woon jai kau..

you are so lucky to have such variety of choice for lunch...esp those hawker foods.

 
At Wed Mar 15, 12:33:00 PM, Blogger Tracy said...

Dinah:
Hahaha, got u drooling too? Wow, 7.40 p.m., still haven't taken ur dinner yet? No wonder u were drooling.

Jazzmint:
Aiyo, 'dai tou por' must be craving for all the so delicious food.

The stall near my working place sells 'genuine woon jai kous' (I mean they're made from 100% rice flour, the Ah Po told me she had the rice grinded). I tried making the 'woon jai kous' from the rice flour in packet bought from the stores but they came out 'lum pet pet', not so nice.

Shiaulin:
U missed M'sian food too? U must come back often. M'sia has the most varieties of food.

Zara's mama:
Yup, I'm working in Pudu - the ulu ulu place but the food here is simply the best. There are lots of other good food in Pudu too like Chicken/Duck Rice, Ah Koong Fishball noodles, Pan Meen, Fish Head Curry, Steamed Talapia, the famous 'Tong Sui' stall, Prawn Mee, etc.. etc... etc.

Too bad to hear dat u're working in a place where food are HALAL.

Come to Pudu, I'll treat u to whatever u like to eat.

Lisa:
The 'taufuking' is very new, so, sometimes I've got to queue to order. For some ppl, they'll treat it as a dessert but for me, I treat it as one of my lunchies (sometimes I can't even finish the packet).

U bet, there're a lot of hawker food here and I think I'm very lucky to have so many varieties to choose from.

 
At Wed Mar 15, 04:34:00 PM, Blogger blurblur said...

Wah!wah!wah! i'm drooling like nobody's business here..;p

So much varieties, lucky you! For my lunch, it's either fast food, chicken rice or cai fan...pathetic...if i wanna try something else, i gotta take a bus or cab...:(

 
At Thu Mar 16, 12:41:00 PM, Blogger Jason said...

The wantan noodles without black sauce is similar to my longkang mee neh~! :D

Hehe... Food post coming up loh~! :P

 
At Thu Mar 16, 01:53:00 PM, Blogger Tracy said...

Blur-blur:
U were drooling too? Hahaha, sorry, sorry.

Wah, u got to take a bus or cab to have a better meal of lunch? Poor thing.

Jason:
Similar only lar. Haven't tasted 'longkang' mee before.

U lor, partly, u got me into this. June got interested in ur blog about food and so .... u know lar.

 
At Thu Mar 16, 03:56:00 PM, Blogger Princess Yoyo & family said...

when i 1st saw the pictures, i "WAH" loudly untill dh askedme what happened. Then, i notice i stared drooling all over my pc, now i *hate* you lah ^^, you eat 'song-song' there everyday, pity me have to wait until next year only can eat those yummy food loh :(
However, looking only also made me feel happy ;-) Where is cendol? oh,my favorite!!

 
At Thu Mar 16, 09:48:00 PM, Blogger TWO LITTLE FELLAS said...

dear tracy,

i'm reading some of your earlier posts and just found about your daughter...oh dear, i hope she has weather thru' the worst and recovering now.
my best wishes for her speedy recovery and my sincere prayer for her.

 
At Sun Mar 19, 11:55:00 AM, Blogger Tracy said...

Mom of Princess Yoyo:
Hahaha, I'm very sure u miss M'sian food too. I'm not sure whether there are any M'sian food over in Japan but if there are, I'm sure the tastes are not the same. Too bad to hear dat u've to wait for a year to have M'sian food. Never mind, the next time u come back, make sure u have the food u like and eat until 'song song', okay?.

Lisa:
Oh, my daughter's okay and the operation was a minor one. Thank u so much for ur prayer.

 
At Fri Mar 31, 03:32:00 PM, Blogger Baby Smooches said...

yummy! next time must find time to have lunch with you more often. eh, what's your hp no.? msn me. hehehe

 
At Fri Mar 31, 07:06:00 PM, Blogger Tracy said...

Sharon:
Do come over one day but bear one in mind b4 u come - don't wear long sleeve dresses or jackets. U'll be having 'sauna' eating in these stalls. Hahaha!

 

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