Korean deli in Vic Park, which were actually prepared for use in Korean barbecue cuisine.
It's served up with two kinds of mini tomatoes and eggs cooked two ways - indolently scrambled in butter and slightly shy sunny side up - both liberally laced with Akabanga to help me wake up; plus a sprinkling of ikan bilis (air-fried little anchovies pan roasted with peanuts, which I purchased from an Indonesian take-away place in the same shopping centre where the Korean deli is located, Centro Victoria Park).
You can make it look and smell even nicer by adding a sprinkling of dill, fresh shredded basil or some other herb. But I was too sleepy and too hungry to bother.
As you can see, it looks like bacon (albeit in halfling-sized slices), smells like bacon and tastes like bacon. Needs salt, though, obviously because it hasn't been cured, and hence salted. But with a light sprinkling of freshly ground rock salt, it is absolutely beautiful. And if not guilt free, then at least cancer free ...