Colleagues and I have been extremely busy these few weeks. There have been so many issues at work. Some are having endless meetings. Some are planning the ‘big move’. Some are settling the ‘exam related matters’. The list goes on…
In times of great stress, it’s therapeutic just take a short bus ride out for lunch. It’s a good time for some to vent out their frustrations where the audience can’t run away but listen. :-p
Our short bus ride this time was to Holland Drive Food Centre. It has been years since we came here. It’s still as crowded as ever! I was ‘choping’ seats while the rest to get their food. The first person to came back with this!
Braised Pig Trotters from Blanco Court Kway Chap. Looks good eh?
(for those of you who hates fats or pork, this looks utterly grotesque. haha)
You should have seen ‘DP’ devouring his lunch!
Hey DP, that’s your lunch, not that person giving you so much problems at work! haha..
He had his delicious soft braised trotters with rice.
As I walked around, there were queues everywhere and I did not want to queue up so long for food. But this once very popular Blanco Court Kway Chap (that colleague bought his food from) has no queue! So I walked towards it and ordered my lunch.
I told the uncle, a mix of everything but no innards please. I just want plain food today.
So he gave me a mix of lean meat, tau pok, tau kwa and braised egg.
I love the way he scoop up the kway chap. He was like fishing thin pieces of kway chap from a huge container. When he scoops it out of the container, it looks so so silky and smooth. It’s also so so thin and translucent. Then he pours the braised gravy over it, then suddenly everything becomes black. LOL
I like the kway chap. I think I enjoy eating plain kway chap with the gravy more than the meat and other stuff. ;-p
Blanco Court Kway Chap
44 Holland Drive
#02-02 Holland Drive Food Centre