Whether you’re a morning person or not, it doesn’t matter because deep down inside, we know that these food will sure to wake your appetite up! Believe it or not, these are surely nostalgic and worth your time to look for it.
1. Nasi Lemak
What’s better than to indulge in one of the most eaten food daily, especially when it is available at any time of the day? Plus you’ll find them anywhere too! Eat them up with the fiery with a hint of sweetness sambal, anchovies, peanuts, cucumbers, egg and pick your favorite ingredient, with or without, they are just equally delish!
2. Half-boiled Eggs / Roti Bakar / Kopi
Enjoy what you had when you were a kid where your parents usually bring you to a coffee shop for some goodness of half-boiled eggs eaten with that roti bakar of Kaya and Butter? Plus what about reminiscing those days where you pour the coffee out on the plate and sip on it?
3. Wan Tan Mee
That springy eggy noodle that is tossed with sweet soy sauce, adding in slices of nicely charred ‘Char Siu’ meat and vegetables, a place of this must have Wan Tan Mee sums up a great satisfaction! Eaten with those marinated green chilies? You’ve got the point!
4. Dim Sum
Something not to miss especially when you’re wide awake early in the morning because they
Great small bites that are not to be missed; these are one of the best local specialties that we all crave for. From common Kuih’s that we’ve heard about – Ang Ku, Onde-onde, Kuih Talam, Kuih Lapis, Seri Muka, Kuih Ketayap and more!
6. Bak Kut Teh
Didn’t expect it to be enjoyed as breakfast? They are equally delicious eaten at any time of the day and especially breakfast. A clay pot of goodness ranging from all sort of meat cuts, fat and lean mixing in pork innards and add that fried fritters in, then order a pot of Chinese tea to wash all the ‘oiliness’ away!
7. Roti Canai
The basic essential for breakfast, be it plain Roti Canai or the ones with eggs, they are just so good to be eaten with that dhall gravy, fish or chicken curry! If you’re eating at the Mamak stall, then enjoy it with a glass of hot and foamy ‘Teh Tarik’ too!
8. Curry Mee
Thick and fragrant curry mee, especially when you last had the one filled with ingredients like roast pork, cockles, chicken meat, tofu ‘pok’ long beans, pork skin and more to look at that bowl of curry mee, you know how good it tastes and it is indeed a filling breakfast to keep you going!
9. Pan Mee
Handmade Pan Mee noodles from scratch, enjoy it with anchovies, fried shallots, minced meat and more, the broth is just so irresistibly good and full of flavor. Best eaten with that homemade chili
10. Yong Tau Foo
A Hakka dish that most of us love to have it any time of the day, enjoy them in all sorts of vegetables that is stuffed with the best fish paste! Fried and then drenched with some broth, choose from bitter gourd, brinjal, tofu or even fried selections like dumplings and more!