I was the only one from my department who was in office on Friday. Went to the nearby cheaper People's Park Food Centre for lunch. The yong tau foo stall there that always seem to have a long queue hadn't started selling but there were people gathering. Next moment, some guy went to start a queue and many people followed. Later in the night, my wife told me they open at 1pm. Luckily, I didn't queue. It was only about 12.40pm then.
🎶Meanwhile, some music for you to enjoy as you read. This piece is part of Vivaldi’s The Four Seasons, particular the first of the 4 violin concertos, called Spring.
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🎶让大家继续读的时候，欣赏一点音乐。这件作品是维瓦尔第的“四季”的一部分 - 4小提琴协奏曲中的第一首，名为“春天”。
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I had the yong tau foo from Koo Kee stall recently. Decided to go further inside to another yong tau foo stall where I saw long queue before.
There were only a couple of people in front but it was slow because the joker in front didn't want a couple of things. He don't want this and don't want that, blah, blah, blah.
As I stood waiting, I saw the stall next to it was feature in 2017 Michelin Guide. OK, next time I'll remember.
I bought the slightly more expensive portion at $4.50. It was quite good with the chili sauce they have in the noodle.
Take a look at the noodle and around before I eat.
Some lady wearing a red polo shirt and denim shorts asked if I wanted to get a drink. Nice legs but I cannot see her face. I still ordered a coffee and pay $1 for it.
After I finished my coffee, I turned around before I left and saw there were close to 10 people queueing.
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