Monday, 12 November 2012

Random Makan Post

Tosai for breakfast. A once a week treat, on the weekend with a big glass of teh tarik. Ooooo bliss but I'll definitely feel heavy after that big glass of teh tarik.
Dry pan mee, the halal version with minced chicken instead of pork. xD Dry pan mee for Mommy and Raimie and Daddy likes his soupy ones.
Steamed siakap with lime and chilli. Looks pretty tame but packed a punch. Spicy.
Last visit to Tony Roma's before the school holiday and makan kambing! Lamb ribs lah... Their lamb ribs are really nice.

No Tony Roma's visit for us during the school holiday because school holiday means no "kids eat free" promotion. Muahaha!!!!
A baby full moon pack. The ang ku kuih is there. So is the red eggs. The rest : trendy cheese & fruit tarts. I kinda miss the pulut kuning and curry chicken though. And I'm not alone!

31 comments:

  1. good morning Mak Rempit.. aiyoh SEDAPNYA!!!

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  2. tosai seldom come across my mind lah, all i had in mind is just roti canai (and only the kosong ones).. i think i only had tosai less than 3 times in my life, whereas roti kosong uncountable times!! haha~~

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    1. Tosai is a very current favourite of mine. Looking for another option for roti canai. ;p

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  3. Oooh! Tosai. Long time didnt have one. But I still prefer roti telur and roti tisu.

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    1. Different people, different taste. :)

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  4. aiyoh the pan mee looks good lah.. i also had pan mee on sunday for lunch, but i most of the time prefer the soupy ones, and the noodles i like the thin ones than the thick ones..

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    1. then i don't really like the minced, i prefer meat slices more lah.. yours is with black fungus and no mushrooms?? and i also like the fried anchovies to be served separately..

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    2. hahaha, so demanding right?? but that was exactly what i had on sunday lah, so nice and all my requirements checked!! :D

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    3. Last time got, now no more mushroom. Cutting cost kot. :(

      Yeah, you are so fussy about your pan mee. But I believe you have a great place that satisfy yor pan mee cravings, right? :)

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  5. dang!!! warggggg tengok dah lapar!!! sampai hati post gambar gambar sebegini :p

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    1. Amek kau! Saps suruh konplem semlm punya post ala-ala Tipah tertipu gitu? Kekeke

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  6. aiyoh hari hari tony roma's!! but gua don't like lamb lah, i prefer the oink-oink ribs more, haha!! haiyah, no "kids eat for free" during holidays?? hmmm, no good lah..

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    1. damn .. why no kids eat free..
      no good le ... only know how to make profit..
      Tell you honestly.. I never try Tony Romas..

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    2. Hari-hari Tony Roma's? Macam kaya saja, SK! LOL

      SP, kids eat free promo at TR Mon-Wed except school holiday & public holiday.

      Anyway, can't blame them to put a cap on this promo. Their kids meal are nice and more expensive than TGIF, you know. And of course business wants to make profit lah... The Ah Pek noodle stall also give you smaller portion now because they want to make profit, right? xD

      I rather like TR than other American chain. More discount there. hehehe

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  7. whose fullmoon was that?? the package looks so chinese lah, got ang ku kuih and red eggs!! yalor, i don't like those modern tarts also, so not traditional at all..

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    1. the chinese used to give oink-oink trotter cooked in black vinegar and ginger.. full of collagen for the mommy, but then i don't like that ever also lah.. don't like the smell lah..

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    2. A Chinese friend full moon pack for his baby boy. Melayu mana ada buat full moon. We do cukur jambul. :-D

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  8. Drool! Drool! Tosai, I like...and oooo...the lamb ribs!!! I go KL, you take me belanja makan at Tony Roma, can or not? You banyak bonus, very rich...

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    1. You datang late, bonus sudah habis liao! LOL

      Come, come. We make a date. :)

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  9. Pan mee the halal version.. looks good le..
    Malays also like this dry pan mee?
    I like to eat it dry .. coz the whenever I take the soup it will burn my tounge..

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    1. I dunno about other Malay la... I do not like to generalise what our eating preference or habit also.

      I know me n my family like pan mee. Nothing to do with our racial make up. :-D

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  10. as for steam fish.. I prefer the Teochew style ..

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  11. that is the modern way of full moon gifts.
    nice..

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    1. I rather like a bit more traditional. ;)

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  12. I like the soupy pan mee better. Alamak...now feel like maakan pan mee pulak

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    1. Meow,
      You recently put up a post about pan mee what. Terliur lagi ke? hehehe

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  13. alamak....school holiday TR tarak kasi makan free for kids ah :( ......no fun

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  14. muhahahaha..jernih jangan ingat tak pedas :p....i remember my first time had tempoyak.....saw yellow ingat tak pedas la....mak datuk......

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    1. Tempoyak alone tak pedas. Sambal tempoyak of course pedas! LOL

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  15. now modern full moon la. now tempah from bakery easy. no need worry the curry gets spoint and stuffs like that

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    1. Maybe so.

      Another easier way - but vouchers!

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