Food Porn (part 2 of Northam Cafe)

I shall let the photos speak. In view of the never ending haze complaints, I guess it is nice to view food photos instead. These are part of what we ate for dinner tonight. (remember that I have 4 sons which includes 2 teenagers and one pre-teen plus a big appetite toddler)

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Fresh oysters with Tabasco sauce and lemon juice. RM7.50 for 3 pcs.

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Foot long veal sausages. Veal is the meat of young cows? The sausages are grilled and served with the nicest mash potatoes. The fried onions enhance the flavour of the potatoes. From Wunderbar German Restaurant. Only RM7.50 for the whole plate. A fraction of what you have to pay at Mr. Ho’s.

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An overpriced ais kacang. It costs RM4.40. Most stalls charge RM2, usually. But then, who can complain? It will cost three times that price (RM12++) at 4-stars hotel.

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Dim sum steamed to order.

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Siu mai.

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Some creamy vegetable soup. Which is part of the pasta set. RM10.50 for this soup and……

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baked pasta with beef plus dessert…..

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apple pie with vanilla sauce.

That’s enough for the weekend!

(Food above from Northam Cafe)

Post Author: Lilian

Food, travel, recipes. Chinese Malaysian, blogger, photographer and writer.

4 thoughts on “Food Porn (part 2 of Northam Cafe)

    boo_licious

    (August 14, 2005 - 5:13 am)

    Yum! Now I am all ready for breakfast. Those oysters look yum.

    Yvy

    (August 17, 2005 - 12:47 pm)

    wah lau!! didn’t know they had all of these! shoots….must go again lar. i totally enjoyed the char ho fun & fried oysters though…

    […] I can go back to place for the same food over and over again. Eventhough there must be 30-40 stalls at the Northam Cafe (lots of photos here and here too), I only eat Tomyam. I get choose what I like and I put pig’s skin and lots of oyster mushroom. Who needs prawns when you can have pig’s skin that absorb the tomyam soup? […]

    teddybear

    (November 22, 2006 - 1:17 pm)

    Lilian, not sure have you noticed there is a stall just somewhere the german food stall got special muachi?
    The uncle is friendly yet ‘got heart’ – wu sim to do muachi in black sesame, pandan, corn, original flavour! I asked a box with mix flavour, oh, heavenly, he is not kiam siap with the blend peanuts 🙂

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