Couldn’t get a long leave for holidays; why not plan a day trip or a short one like what we did?! With the BFFs, we travelled down south on one of the weekends; to the latest theme park, had a night stay and went on a food trail.
5 of us, and we were doing the last minute
brain storm google-ing on what to eat during our final day.
Cendol; the very first thing that popped out in my mind; the sweet chilling icy dessert drenched with thick and fragrant coconut milk is something to die for; especially during the hot and humid weather. Contunue Reading
Old-school decors Contunue Reading
Where for dinner with a breathtaking view in Putrajaya, overlooking the pretty-looking lighted up bridge?!
How about Pullman Putrajaya Lakeside this round?! Contunue Reading
Anyone facing Monday blue? I hope not as we people gotta have a PH on coming Wednesday. Yay! So, I am not sharing up desserts on this usual Monday. And for those who are having Monday blue, perhaps, something like this for supper later???
The greasiest ever.
Seriously, will you take it?
Photo credits to Broughtup2share
Ayam Special (RM 4) Contunue Reading
Satay is one of the Malaysians’ favourites. We all love the thin skewer lined with well marinated meaty chunks, with the right proportion of fats and lean parts; grilling on the charcoal stove and finally touched with some charred finishing.
Most of the time, what we could get is the halal version. How about the non halal version?! Contunue Reading
Long long time ago Hmm, actually it wasn’t that long back then, just sometimes ago… with the couples from kampungboycitygal, broughtup2share and eatonlylar, 7 of us sacrificed the beauty sleep and set our feet in the historical town – Malacca, for a day food trip.
Donald & Lily’s Nyonya Corner
We dropped by this small hut/house for a bowl of thirst quenching cendol and the tummy filling hot stuff after hours of drive. Located along Jalan Tun Tan Cheng Lock, they serve authentic nyonya fares that we fancy. Contunue Reading
“For 40 years, we create the best moments in life”
Yep, established since year 1969, May King has been here for more than 40 years; serving their specialty lam mee (the Lam Mee King) that filled with lots of condiments such as chicken shreds, prawns, minced meat, nga choi (bean sprouts) and chinese cabbage; drenched with thick flavourful gravy/broth and finally garnished with chops of spring onions.
The additional of Chinese cabbage gave a hint of refreshing sweetness to the broth. I am happy to find that their lam mee is still up to the standard and paid another few visits here. This huge portion is priced at RM 6. Contunue Reading