Buckingham Palace – To see the Queen !

Today is our last day in London and we need to go sight-seeing… squeeze in all the things we have missed out in the past week.. being Malaysians and all:) So here we are. Buckingham Palace was built in 1702 by the Duke of Buckingham as his London home. The house was then later sold […]

Restoran Ghee Fong @ Jalan Air Panas, Setapak

Of late, Cumi & Ciki have been a little crazy about the Setapak area for good food. Great Chinese-style fried noodles to be precise. So, with A lil Fatmonkey in tow, we decided to head on back to the Jalan Air Panas area to seek out some cheap and tasty food. This Hawker Stall is […]

Camden Lock & Pier 1 Fish n Chips, London

Ciki has Hunger! bridge over the canal Camden Lock Market ! Established in 1975 this was the market which started the phenomenon that now draws more than 150,000 a week to the Camden Town markets. To find Camden Lock Market walk up Camden High Street from Camden Town station until you see this building. The […]

The Pierre Koffmann Pop up Restaurant @ Selfridges & Bond Street

River Thames From St Paul’s cathedral, I leg it over to Selfridges (Oxford circus stop) as I am well, as you’ve already guessed, somewhat late for lunch. I love my Oyster. It lets me get to my destination with great ease. With the oyster you have the ease of “auto top-up” and it is also […]

Big ben, River Thames, St Paul’s Cathedral , The London Eye

Photo moments that I like, of London. The London Eye. Me oh My.. the Eye! Bigger than Life, Ben. Walking to work against such a magnificent backdrop. These people look so immune to the beauty of their surroundings. I was once like that! My pal, Churchill. Sandwich and me, and Big Ben makes three. Another […]

Sunshine Chicken Farm – PART II , Lunch at Kuala Lipis

PART II – Kuala Lipis Town and Lunch. Later, exploring Bentong Town. Imagine, in the 1880s, a town in the middle of nowhere; accessible only by river, which took at least a couple of days to a week of paddling to get to. Why carve a town in the heart of the jungle? Why not […]

Sunshine Chicken Farm @ Kuala Lipis, Pahang

PART I This post is entitled : HOW TO CASTRATE A CHICKEN. Do not watch the following videos if you are squeamish! Following our review of the Yim Kai (Castrated Chicken) at Chef Tam where we met Gerald d’Cruz of the Kuala Lipis Sunshine Chicken farm, we were soon invited  by him, to see the […]

O Gourmet, Champagne Breakfast @ Bangsar Shopping Center

Sweets for the sweet and sugar for my honey, not to mention spices, for the spicy! BSC’s luxury food hall in the East Wing Concourse area, is called O Gourmet and showcases the biggest range yet, of gourmet foods. We were invited by Nigel, Allan and Ann of A Slice of Heaven, to attend Bangsar […]

Nasi Lemak Antarabangsa

On a rainy morning such at this.. I am craving something HOT and spicy, just like this. 2 plates of nasi lemak  – RM5.90 Paru-paru Goreng – RM3.95, Sambal Sotong RM4.95, Rendang Ayam – RM4.95 Cokodok Pisang RM2.50 Nasi Lemak Antarabangsa in Dataran Sunway. Air-conditioned and comfortable. Too bad the Paru-paru was hard, the sotong […]

Trafalgar square, Carnaby, Oxford Circus & Bayswater Duck, London

Here are some interesting things I saw, from the walk all the way from my hotel (on Kensington) to Oxford Circus..  Considering the amount I ate on this trip, I had to find every excuse to exercise!  Later that night, dinner of scrumptious duck, in Bayswater. Cute – slogan .. I wish someone would save […]

L’Atelier de Joel Robuchon @ West St, London

Taking off from where I left off , from Kidrobot at 7 Dials, I legged it over to West Street (extremely nearby) as I was supposed to meet some friends at L’Atelier de Joel Robuchon for lunch and I was already late. With renowned restaurants in Paris, Tokyo and Las Vegas, I was psyched to […]

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