If you ask me, RM2 for a sunny side up or RM8 for an omelette, I would surely go for an omelette. Look at how huge the omellete was! The only thing I would complain is it was too salty to my liking, could be a Chinese dai chau thing. Best go with some bland dishes.
Another day, another mixed rice place where I confuse the taukeh by asking for no rice. Braised pork is soft and the fat is melty. It usually finishes quite early. Braised tofu is a bit firm, from the same tray as the braised pork. Omelette is thick and sweet with onions but oily.
Peanut butter is my personal favorite. Now that Wondermilk incorporates it into its range of cupcakes, what are the reasons for me not to try? As usual, the texture of its cupcake did not fail me and on par with many cupcakes I have tried. It was very rich, be it the cake or the frosting. The nuts on top just added more crunch into it.
The red cake resembles red velvet cake. The texture was so heavenly that I always go to Wondermilk for some. Due to the price per cupcake, I usually restrict myself with one. The frosting was same as all other sugary frosting on all cupcakes, except that little sprinkles.
Curry chee cheong fun here is pretty good. The curry is moderately spicy, but quite oily. The chee cheong fun is very silky and fine in texture. The fu zhok is also very juicy and soft. Tip - add a little of their vinegar chilli sauce to thicken the curry to be even more spicy and shiok!