Shopping in Singapore

This sums up how I feel when people open my shoe cupboard and see the ridiculous number of shoes I own.

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Of all the food in the world (after Malaysian cuizine), I love Italian food the most. Try speaking the word ‘strangugghia previti’ and see if you don’t break out in a smile, or try saying the ‘rhum ba ba’ out loud and see if you don’t fell like breaking out in dance! Italian cuisine is […]

Fasting – Ramadhan

On this recent long weekend we actually ventured up north and one of the little sleepy towns we drove past was Sabak Bernam. Sabak Bernam is situated northwest of Selangor. This district mainly grows rice and its main economic activity is agriculture. In Sabak Bernam we came across this really interesting looking Mosque. The intricate […]

Schokolart

Walking into Schokolart Mont Kiara is like walking into chocolate heaven with so many tempting desserts and food, it was hard to choose from amongst them. There is no other way to describe the food here other than, ‘chocolate inspired cuisine’. The décor at Schokolart is modern chic and rather swanky with retro designer furniture, […]

Movie – District 9

Since this has been a rather long weekend (for those working in Selangor), we’ve been catching up on movie watching. Another great movie that had me gnashing my teeth and gnawing my nails was District 9. Alien beings living amongst men, in slum-like conditions, exploited and un-loved/un-wanted.. one day, a government agent’s life is changed […]

Movie – Brüno

Photo from here and here We watched Bruno (the uncensored version) and found the show a riot! This film mainly addresses two things: America’s insatiable obsession with stardom and its perceptions/treatment of the homosexual community. The show is shallow and silly, but the actor Sacha Baron is pretty damn convincing in his role of recently […]

Fei Por Pan Mee @ Seri Kembangan

Trying to find this Pan Mee shop in Seri Kembangan is like looking for a needle in a hay-stack. If you follow the road signs, you will see that turning into SK6, leads to SK3, then SK4.. then all of a sudden.. SK13! Arrrgh.. we were looking for SK5 but it seemed like the mysterious […]

Moon Cake Festival

The Moon Cake festival is held on the 15th day of the 8th month, of the Chinese Lunar Calendar. In the Western calendar, this festival normally falls between the 2nd week of September and the 2nd week of October. The Mooncake Festival a.k.a. Lantern Festival a.k.a. Mid-Autumn Festival , call it what you will – […]

Night Market @ Taman Connaught

Bubble tea or pearl milk tea is not normally my favourite sort of drink because, 1. it contains milk, 2. it’s damn sweet 3. the ‘pearls’ fill me up so I don’t have anymore space to enjoy my food, and 4. the coloring is just bizarre. Cumi likes it because for starters, he loves milk, […]

Genji Japanese Restaurant @ PJ Hilton

ZestPJ dot com and theQguides dot com.. ever heard of these two names? Well, up to a couple of months back, neither had I. ZestPJ is in fact thePJ Hilton’s blog for its restaurants and bars, and theQguides is a beverage and food website portal. The Qguides.com How it Works. 1. Book online with its […]

Yik See Ho Bakuteh @ Pudu

So.. where is the best Bakuteh in KL? PUDU! We personally have the highest regard for BKT Yik See Ho. This place is situated in the vicinity of the Pudu Wet Market and is a hot favourite amongst KL-lites. Some may beg to differ or have their own favourites but for now, C&C bring their […]

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