It came with a sunken middle, looked home made indeed ;o). Its crust was just nice, not too thick and flaky, it was quite good. This is more along the lines of an original egg tart rather than the Portuguese Egg Tart.
Next to the egg tart stall was the wantan noodle stall. The lady was busy preparing bowl after bowl as orders were coming in. When the noodles arrived, I realised what was probably the pull factor (apparently they sell out quite fast!). It was the lovely char siew (bbq pork)! The noodles and wantan itself were nice but still ordinary. The nicest wantan I had is from Sec 17, while I like the noodles from K. Intan (behind Happy Mansion - will blog on that later). So for wantan noodles with the best char siew, Hock Lim gets the vote from me.
Lyn ordered the curry noodles and I had a taste of the soup. It was pretty good too and Lyn said that she liked it.
At one corner of the coffeeshop, there is a stall selling all sorts of biscuits and tidbits. This is a pretty interesting coffeeshop with good food and snacks to boot too!
Mmm....I gotta start shopping for gifts soon. 3 days and counting till Christmas....I hope I'll catch the spirit in time!
Christmas carolers sing about peace on earth, but they don’t tell us where. - Anonymous