We were late… walking in at 2.30pm, we were informed that Chinoz on the Park’s special lunch was unavailable. Funny thing is that a friend was just in the area a while ago… they were informed that they were too early for the special. What luck:(
Oh well, Ala-carte will suffice, I suppose.
Smoke Duck Salad RM26.00; Avocado Dragon Maki RM33.00
Incidentally, this is the sort of food that is perfectly energy packed for lunch(yet light and healthy), that you should have before a run in the evening… I find eating banana leaf way too heavy and though it is carbo laden, you end up feeling sluggish and performing at sub-optimal levels during the evening workout. Eating Chilies or Curries are a no-no as well because it could turn your stomach at the wrong time. Stick to Japanese and you won’t go wrong! Oh, and since you are reading this, I am assuming you might be a food lover.. here are some ways to enjoy food yet stay a healthy person.
Here are 6 tips for running!
Tip #1: Eat a well-balanced diet.
Tip #2: Drink plenty of water. Drink frequently, even if you are not thirsty.
Tip #3 Eat more carbohydrates.
Tip #4 Aim to eat minimally processed or unprocessed foods.
Tip #5 Eat smaller meals throughout the day rather than 3 large meals.
Tip #6 Eat more. Cutting calories will leave you frustrated at being unable to complete your endurance routine.
Cod Fish RM58.00
What can I say.. the food here has improved. A lot. The Cod was delicious… cooked just short of well done, with a sweet thin layer of fat below a thoroughly crispy skin. We washed this down with the Eye-opener (Carrot, apple, orange) and the Morning Class(Celery, Apple, Lime) and called it an afternoon…
Bursting with energy and anti-oxidants, we were totally invigorated and re-energized!