Due to the influence of Hong Kong TV series, we tend to imitate their style of living and eating habits. Eating congee as breakfast is not something unusual though we do not like to have it plain. Malaysians like to load their bowl of porridge with lots of ingredients such as meatballs, pork offal, fish etc. As for Chinese cruller, we never deny its status as one of the ingredients even though we often brand it as somehting 'extra'. However, have you ever paired soya milk with Chinese crullers? The Taiwanese do, and they even make this weird combination as their daily staple. How about you?
A wide array of oil-fried stuff
Set A: Scallop porridge with Chinese Cruller @ RM3.90 nett
Set B: Soya Milk with Chinese Cruller @ RM3.90 nett
The porridge tasted quite okay as only a trace amount of dried scallop was found in it.
The very ordinary Soya Milk was neither too sweet nor it tasted artificial.
Don't expect the Chinese crullers to be crunchy like the one you use to get in the night market.
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Queen's Market (4th floor)