Day 359 of 365.
Sometimes, even if you arrived early in the morning, your favorite breakfast set is not always available.
But I got it yesterday morning. Cool.
Day 357 of 365.
By the time you read this, I might be already at home. Here is the dinner I had on my previous flight to Melbourne. Cool.
After three weeks, I have become an expert to find my halal meals (especially dinner) in this big city.
One of my favourites now is the Es Teller 77, an Indonesian restaurant that is located in Swanston Street. Cool.
I never thought that I would come here (Lavender Bistro & Cake, Senai Airport) during this fasting month. But last weekend, my daughter, aBo (9), was asking me already to break her fast for the grilled salmon & garlic spaghetti. But she never ate the salmon.
Eating fruits is good for your health. That is Yaasir’s hand touching the oranges with my instruction.
Location: Carrefour supermarket, Dataran Pahlawan, Malacca (last weekend)
I had been to Kuala Sepetang near Taiping town in March 2009. I tried the ‘mee banjir udang mak teh’ once and it tasted marvelous. [+ previous entry ]
The above ‘mee udang kuala sepetang’ dish was served to me the other day. But this one is located in Bukit Indah, Ampang. I could say the taste is acceptable but the prawns are less.
This is why I am fat.
Location: Kompleks Pusat Perbandaran Pasir Gudang.
My blogger friend from Sabah was sending me this unique fruit, called ‘Bambangan’. The iban people in Sarawak called it – ” mawang”. Unfortunately this time I got the sour one.
Bambangan is a type of wild mango with brown skin and a somewhat pungent smell. This is not eaten fresh as a fruit but made into a pickle or cooked with fish for a distinctive flavour. Nevertheless, some iban people like to eat it as fruit.
Bambangan is one of the kadazan dusun people’s choices for a sour tang to their food. Sometimes, the mango is fried with onion and chilli and served as a side-dish or sambal. The Bambangan also can mixed with grated seeds to make the flavour more delicious!
You can get your Bambangan at “tamu” markets or street markets in Sabah. Don’t miss this speciality when you come to Sabah! [+ source: fascinating malaysia ]
My family likes to eat chicken drumsticks.
Location: Tesco Seri Alam.
Lontong is our dish made of compressed rice that is then cut into small cakes and one of my favorites breakfast. Therefore I eat lontong every weekends, with extra sambal.
Location: Restoran Zarahman, Masai.