Bakmi Aheng Sanming Kemurnian

Vacation has just ended. Now, it is time to get back to reality, a challenging work life.
I had breakfast at this noodle shop that has various name, not sure how to call it. The full name is Bakmi Aheng Sanming Miming Kemurnian, originated from Jalan Kemurnian.

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I wanted to have Bakmi Ayam Jamur (Chicken & Mushroom Noodle), but they ran out of mushroom, so I ordered Bakmi Ayam (Chicken Noodle). There was a man sitting on the next table who ordered Mixed Noodle, meaning chicken and pork, but he requested the noodle to be non oily.

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This noodle shop offers 3 kinds of noodles: kecil (thin), lebar (wide), and karet (rubber), which you can buy for home use.
The tables were almost full, but not as packed as Bakmi Ernie.

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This shop is famous for its Bakso Goreng (Fried Meatball), which is what the tall guy is chopping on the picure below.

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This guy was very friendly. He said Goodbye, come again. I was quite embarrassed to find out that I did not bring any Rupiahs in my wallet. I called my driver to bring some cash from the car.

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