We stopped by Nyonya Colors kiosk to grab some snacks for boiboi since he did not take a proper lunch. Hmmm I remember we used to frequent Puffin Muffins in the exact same spot... but it's really sad to see it disappeared just like that. Well, maybe business was hard hit when the muffins and brownies weren't as great as they used to be. Anyway, I took boiboi to the display, oh my oh my... so mind boggling cos there are so many types of tantalising kuih-muih!!! Even my boiboi took so long to decide haha...
Anyway, hubby ordered a bowl of Dry Curry Noodle cos he told me he hasn't find a place that can do a right one according to his taste. To him, dry curry noodle equals to blanched noodles of his choice, beansprout and topped with thick curry chicken. Other condiments ie. long beans, brinjal, cockles, and beancurd puff are secondary. Guess what??? Nyonya Colors passed with flying colours, so to speak! The picture looked a bit pathetic cos hubby removed the mint leaves before I could snap it. I had a few bites and liked the curry as it is not overly "lemak".
Pardon for this blurry picture. I had to click fast cos my boiboi had started jabbing his fork on the 9 Layer Kuih and Pulut Tai Tai, both items he picked on his own. I asked him for a bite each and both were good. Can't remember the price but it's slightly on the steep side judging from the size of the kuih. The kaya that came with the Pulut Tai Tai is not overly sweet and it's full of eggy flavour.
I had a bowl of cendol to quench my thirst on that hot afternoon. Good but of course not as great as the one I had in Penang haha, at least their cendol strands are soft unlike some places where they came in frozen strips.
I've packed some pre-packed Mee Siam back and took a tiny bite. Tasted like tom yam fried bee hoon to me but I can't tell more since I only had a small bite. I'm going back for more... definitely! Great place to stop for afternoon tea.
F66, First Floor, Old Wing
1 Utama Shopping Centre
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