Thursday, 8 November 2018

The Lonely Kiosk : COOOK


As you may notice, I hang out a lot at The Starling. More specifically at A Foodie's Nest@The Starling. I love to eat, that's why. 

There's nothing like nursing a hot bowl of chee yuk fan on a slow afternoon wahahaha!!

On my visits, I can't help noticing a particular kiosk because it's an island and the biggest kiosk at the food court on the side that I sit. It's awfully quiet whenever I am there.


The proprietor and (I assume) his wife often cut a lonely figure, quietly preparing food (him) and tea (her). 


I did approach the gentleman once and asked him what do they serve. Afternoon tea is their forte.


They serve tea.


Coffee.


Cakes/Dessert.


And some Japanese style light meals.


This one looks interesting.


Every once in a while, there are people passing by who would make inquiries and walk away. And there were occasions when I see orders. 

In fact I bought a large chocolate cookie (RM5.00 each) from them once. It was very good. But I don't seem to see those cookies on display anymore.

Last Monday, it was all quiet. Perhaps they took a day off.

24 comments:

  1. cantik dan kemas jer kiosk ni...camni baru best kan?Tak serabut...well organised

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  2. wow… make me feel hungry.
    have a great day

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    1. If you like light meals, this is good.

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  3. Oh dear! I hope they have not called it a day. Times are hard.

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    1. They are still around. Businesses are experiencing slow down these days.

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  4. Pork lard rice is something we don't see often.

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  5. will you try the salmon chazuke? or the pork lard rice?

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    1. I'm afraid not as this is not so appealing to me.

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  6. I think they've probably folded coz as I know you don't get a day off if you open an eatery in a shopping mall. A cafe owner told me that once. You have to adhere to their working hours and open daily from 10 to 10.

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    1. Surprisingly, I saw them again. Still surviving.

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  7. Pity if they do close shop already.

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    1. They are still around. Hope business picks up for them.

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  8. Maybe it is because they do not have enough variety in their menu.

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    1. It sound delicious to me hah...hah....

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  10. I think this is another going-tozaplap kiosk >_<

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    1. I hope for their sake, business will pick up.

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  11. Betul betul .... Satu masa nanti nak try lah pi Starling... I tunggu depan resto Foodie Nest tu hihi....
    Jangan jangan COOOK pun dah senasib dengan kiosk yg lain

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    1. heh..heh... boleh lah meeting Hainom dengan LL hee..hee...

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