11 September 2011

No Sunday Sunshine

Woke up this morning and it was raining. Lovely.
Except i was home, on a sunday morning.
Slept at 10.30pm on saturday nite and for once in the past 3 mths, i had a full (powered) 8.5hrs beauty sleep. Eyes opened at 7am (the usual weekday snooze time) and heart was feeling really sore.

Sunday mornings have been awoke in Ravi's arms.
This morning, no Ravi, no sunday morning runs and no sunday breakfast together.

Was looking thru my iphone for all the sunday brekkies we had so far. Dun think i hv the time to upload all. But for the ones worth mentioning in this food blog, i would pick one of my favorites we've had so far - Lor Mee :)

This was my first time trying the long-time, old-famed Lor Mee Stall at Bukit Purmei --
Bukit Purmei Lor Mee
Blk 109, Bukit Purmei Ave
7.30am to 3.30pm
Closed on Mondays

It was gooey, savoury, tinge of vinegar sour, totally shiokshiok. 
Very loving, when your love one queued a long time for it. We were lucky, only waited for 25mins. Iphones kept us both occupied in the wait.
The following sunday, we intended to go Amoy for fish porridge actually (which we did in later weeks) but we changed our minds and had Lor Mee instead again.
Yuan Chun Famous Lor Mee
Amoy St Food Centre
8.30am till finish in the afternoon
Closed Mon and Tuesdays

I didn't like it. Overcooked noodles. Nothin special abt the Lor. Bukit Purmei's had a special concoction to it, of sorts.
Superlong queue as well but the team (of aunties & 1 uncle) synchronized their cooking production to even tempo rhythm. Fast ordering, food fast out.
It was edible but i wouldn't queue nor travel all the way down for it. Maybe standard dropped. As we always like to reason.
After Yuan Chun Lor Mee, we went for some sinful fried bite snacks. Fried fish intestines. Ahhh.. some weird stuff only the chinese like us appreciate =p

I love sunday breakfast times with Ravi.
And i will miss them so very much.

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