|My Dahon Speed P8 came to my rescue at a cemetery in Kuala Lumpur.|
|It was Cheng Beng festival, A Sunday and a last minute rush to offer to those in the other "world". The traffic to Jalan Bellamy was horrendous. I decided to park my car outside Alice Smith School and cycle to the place I wanted to be.|
|Another problem surfaced after carrying my wife with the folding bike, the rear rack gave way and she had to walk. I found out that the rack can only take a max. 25kg.|
|A time when this neighbourhood turns lively and welcoming.|
Volunteers were there to help during this busy time of the year. Well done Scouts & well done RELA.
|Watch closely there goes my rack ...... but I love the idea of cycling instead of crawling into the columbarium.|
|As usual I was assigned to arrange for a brunch and Sek Me Choy came to my thinking cap. It has been quite sometime I last visited to this place and it has changed.|
|Everyone loves the Bak Kut Teh 瓦煲胡椒肉骨茶, it's pepper based and it was awesome.|
|Sek Me Choy operator is a Hakka so is this dish, Hakka Moy Choy Kaw Yok|
|Simple blanched veges.|
|鱼滑豆腐 Steamed fish paste & tofu with egg was delicious and interesting though it looks simple.|
|芥菜饭 Signature rice of Sek Me Choy with veggie, small dried shrimps was simply gorgeous.|
|Chinese rice wine soup with kampung chicken was not everyone's taste. The taste of wine was too strong.|
|Stewed pig trotter with radish and soy sauce.|
And lastly desserts to complete a satisfying meal at Salak South old town.
|Durian with fluffy crust was a real finale. I like the cold durian fresh in it.|
Kedai Makan Sek Me Choy
No. 195, Jalan Besar,
57100 Kuala Lumpur.
GPS : 3.101007,101.705455
Opposite the Police Station