Thursday, November 15, 2007

Special Bread during Tea Time

We were hitting for a lovely tea in one afternoon as my brother was noising and buzzing over my ears. Couldn’t stand him and Hence, we came over to Kedai Kopi Lou Hgau situated just on the left next to the BHP Petrol, Taman Connaught.

What a shame of me. For over 15 years I have stayed in Cheras and I have never visited this Char Shat. Brother brought me here. He said he wants something here and I eyed the small stall entitled “Special Bread” which is run by a lady. My curiosity aroused and was wondering how special they are, I hopped over and made a few orders.






We had the tuna bun which came in with lots of tuna spread, cucumbers and all packed in the toasted elongated bread. This bun was quite okay but priced at Rm 3 was bit expansive for me.






Next on, this was interesting. I have no idea what this is called as I pointed onto the menu with diagrams to order. This bread rolls came in 6 pieces where slices of white bread wrapped up ingredients and topped with of cheese before sending into the toaster.





Sausages and cucumbers with mayonnaise wrapped in toasted white bread topped with cheese.







On the left, the dried chicken floss and cucumbers with mayonnaise and chili sauce wrapped in toasted white bread topped with cheese. On the right, that’s the cucumbers with mayonnaise wrapped by the ham and then the white bread.
Personally, I like the one with chicken floss and the one with ham.







The thick toasted bread may seem unattractive but it tasted good. The thick toast was covered with butter spread, condensed milk, cheese and oats. Honestly, this has to be shared among people as you will feel jelek if eat too much.







In between Blocks, there were spreads of peanut butter and butter.






Every bread dishes are priced at Rm 3. I find it quite expansive for me at this dining environment. Besides, the stall is run by the lady alone and it took quite a long time until ours are served.




21 comments:

Jimmy said...

ok~ bring me to this coffee shop when i m back. living in western countries taught you 1 thing, bread tasted just as good as anywhere and the taste are pretty generic everywhere =) I love bread

New Kid on the Blog said...

Nice bread....

durianberry said...

They are just bread... but why do they look so good and mouth watering!!? ;D

KampungboyCitygal said...

yeah i believe this is something that u can easily replicate at home..make some for ur bro lar :)

wee said...

i want those bread...so hungry now aiwei...haha...waiting for the saturday's dim sum breakfast...haha..

wee said...

ohh..ya..maybe could buy some for us on saturday...haha..the one with ham..and also the sausages looks nice...*wink wink..

~Christine~Leng said...

agree agree! weelick's a genius. dear, pls ta pao for us!
Your tea time... so 'fung fu'!
U know what I had? Just plain biscuits! sobz.. ;P

wenching & esiong said...

These bread look so delicious! I've never seen char shat bread being wrapped up like your bread roll. Haha! I wanna try it out! Bring me there next time ya! :)

MeiyeN said...

very special indeed....my saliva is dripping! i love breads and having fillings like these.. awwww must be yummy!

FL Sam said...

Wow, very special and look delicious. Must try. :)

Precious Pea said...

I wish i have bread like these for tea time. Looks good especially the meat floss one.

Anonymous said...

kok how said...

wow... so tasty looking...

yammylicious said...

BREAD!! i guess the bread are so delicious!! ='( wan some...

Big Boys Oven said...

looks so delicious.... i was told you need a good skill just to taste a good piece of bread!

teckiee said...

wahhh u all order all the bread? looks simple and can be done at home with a toaster. better go buy kopi tiam bread at the pasar malam today.

"Joe" who is constantly craving said...

haha i stayed in cheras since i was born 22 yrs ago..havent heard b4 also...

Simon said...

Don't mind if I correct your spelling or maybe I got the wrong meaning. Do you mean EXPENSIVE as in the price is higher than acceptable level or the range of breads is EXPANSIVE in the coffee shop.

ling239 said...

hmmm... i believe u can do this at home too ~ ^_^

ai wei said...

jimmy,
oh god... you are back from aus. that's da nightmare for US!


new kid on the blog,
quite nice lar...


flsam & durianberry,
they are jz... bread. it's delicious but i bet can be done easily.


kampungboycitygal,
haha, yeah... can be done easily at home but my bro likes 'outside-food'. haihz


wee lick & christine,
sorry e, that morning can't join for breakfast. how's da dim sum?
da bao d not nice one. must dine in. hehe


wenching & esiong, meiyen & yammylicious,
if you like bread, definately you will like every of them. i like them very much as i m a bread lover

*wink*


precious pea,
you can have it... wanna da bao for you?! but da bao-ed one not nice adi.


kok how,
thanks for dropping by again. you can bring ur yan yan over and have a try. i bet you know where's da place ^^

ai wei said...

big boys oven,
yep! totally agree with you. any chances to try out the bread baked by you guys?! *hehe*

teckiee & ling 239,
ermmm... wat to do?! my bro likes 'outside-food'. so... bring him over to satisfied his desire lo... but yep, all these can be done easily at home.


joe,
@.@ wow, 22 yrs.
me too! me in cheras for 17 yrs...


simon,
ah... that's very kind of you. thanks for da correction. i never notice that when typing. tq

Kelly Mahoney said...

Looks tasty. It reminds me of the street food I ate in Slovenia.

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