Doc Nut and I were wandering around Chinatown one day in search of some treasure. However, before we could set sail on our adventure, we had to fill our bellies. Big Wong was offered up on the table but I wanted to try something different for a change. Nyonya was passed by on our walk and so it was easily decided. Besides, I haven't had Malaysian food in ages.
It was a chilly day so I opted for some hot tea but she was all over the grass jelly drink with soy bean milk ($3). I think it's one of her favorites.
I was feeling particularly hungry that day and took over the ordering process. Doc Nut didn't mind at all. First, a baby oyster omelet ($9). The thin crepe like egg pancake with chives enveloped small oysters. Though I wish the seafood was more plentiful, I really enjoyed this dish. Small little plump oysters popped in my mouth as I bit into it.
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