Friday, 3 February 2012

Two Packed Lunches

If I had my lunch to-go a.k.a "bungkus/tapau"
this is what it would look like if it's in KL
and this, in Japan.

I love them both! Both are delicious! :)

26 comments:

  1. mak aiiiii sodap nya bad !! aku vote for gambo yang first la kannn; tekak melayu gitu :D

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    1. Kannnn? Ada sambal belacan ke, sambal tempoyak lagi pergh! wakaka

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  2. Where's the chocolate? ;) What does the KL lunch consist of? Green beans, potatoes (or some starchy veggie?), meat?

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    1. I eat chocolate when I'm PMSing. xD. Which by the way is now! LOL

      The lunch in the first photo? A kind of salad made with wild fern, shallots and coconuts called a kerabu, dried anchovies cooked with red chilli paste and with stinky bean (Petai in Malay which is the green bean you see in the mix) and fried potato. Starchy indeed! LOL

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    2. Kerabu sounds delicious! Stinky beans sound ... Ah well. It can't be worse than natto?!

      Good luck with the PMSing. Or is Zaini the one who needs a "ganbatte" wish? ;)

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    3. Stinky beans is delicious! The problem is your mouth and urine smell after you eat those beans. By the way, I love natto too. ;)

      That is why it was Zaini who suggested we drove over to a nearby Lake Garden this morning so that I can release any pent-up energy; by running for two hours! LOL

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  3. oh, so every friday is the post on "tales of the two cities"?? hehe, yeah, I LIKE!! :)

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    1. Hahaha... I'm raking my brain to do this, because you asked nicely. :)

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  4. where did you buy that nasi campur?? the foodcourt at the lower ground floor?? hmmm, i sometimes tapau there also, more economical..

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    1. Yup, always get my lunch at DBKL. ;p

      But I only eat lunch when/if I plan to do my run later that night. Otherwise, I eat fruit.

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  5. hahaha!! again you are showing a big contrast between the two cities.. anyway, different style mah, as long as they are yummy, correct??

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  6. My lunch consists of the same dish each and every day at the mamak downstairs which is chicken, eggs and veggie :D I used to bring my own food from home, but malas to prepare oredi ... hahaha!

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    1. What? Malas bring home-cooked food already! Aiseh!

      I am guilty of enjoying Mamak curry for dinner too much. And cause havoc to tummy when I want to run. But cannot live without curry for more than 3 days. LOL

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  7. What is the one on top? It looks delicious!

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    1. The detailed answer is below Rurousha's comment above. ^^

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  8. Wow, got petai!
    I sure like the KL bungkus one more lah.
    Who can posibly resist petai?!

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    1. You like petai too? High-five.

      But eeat petai on lunch hour - definitely have to eat plenty of mints and take breath freshener afterwards. LOL

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  9. Yum, the ikan bilis dish (but minus the petai). Nothing against it, just don't like it.

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  10. Dried anchovies with chili I like! I don't know stinky beans though :)

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    1. Oh! But you have to try them! Who knows, you might like the beans. :)

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  11. OMG! I like short posts! Ahahahah!

    oops

    BTW, I would love to have a lunch on the go in Japan! I mean... it's not really about the lunch but being in Japaaaaaaaan!!! WHoaaa!! ;))

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    1. You should try everything in Japan. Meals-on-the-go, meals at train station, meals at nice place, meals where Japanese go, meals bought at depachika, meals from konbini... the works. xD

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    2. Yes, I should! I really should! I mean I should be in Japan first! Ahehehe

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    3. So when are you getting the tickets for your flight there? ;)

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