I admit, I am not one breakfast guy. I just could not imagine anyone could eat anything at all after waking up. Getting off bed, usually I would feel a little woozy, and though I do thirst for something to drink, but I do not have appetite to down anything else other than liquid. I know people do tell that breakfast is for some mystical reasons the most important meal of the day, but heck, I have not had one for millions of years.
Even my years spent in Perth, with all those scary looking long sausages, the sinful bacons and french toasts, if I do consume those set of breakfast, it could have become my lunch.
During my recent trip to Muar however, my friends and I decided to try out one of the famous old kopitiam transformed into luxurious cafe, for which I have not remembered the name. Not that I have not tried those kind of food before, but hey, having it once in a while with the right company of friends can be quite refreshing.
TOWER OF TOASTS
The elephant bean coffee was quite interesting. It was my first time trying it, and I do find it very different from any coffee I have tasted before. The flavour was aggressively more full-bodied, and a perfect match to go with the breakfast food.
At that time, I was still hogging on to the Zuiko 11-22mm F2.8-3.5 lens, and it did wonders under low light situation. As observed, it did well for close up shots on the food too.
Anyone out there who is not a fan of breakfast? Or perhaps, I am the weird one standing out of the crowd.