Here’s his blue champagne bubble tea. Just look at that shade of blue. It tastes nothing like champagne. Lovely.
This corner coffee shop, somewhere in Cheras (across the street from the night market) serves pretty OK Sah Hor Fun – not as good as Ipoh of course but they give you damn a lot of LIAO for just RM4.50.
Hmmmm… assam laksa and fluorescent blue bubble tea doing the Tango… how appealing. Thank God I don’t have x-ray vision that can see through his body and into his GUT. Yarks!
Later, we go to the might market to burn off all that Blue Dye.
Needless to say, it kind of defeated the purpose because we ended up eating more rubbish e.g… Angku, Fried chicken, Egg Pancake and Mochi.
The Snow Ice.
I like the fact that the snow-icer looks rather retro and that the ice comes in cute, compact, cylindrical blocks of Orange (mango), Brown(Chocolate) and Red(Strawberry).
The taste is really intense and the fruitiness comes shining through.
We met some cool Iranian chicks, who were just breaking fast. Apparently snow ice is a great way to do just that. We had the mango and they had the watermelon flavour. Suggest you share the bowl.. its huge for one person!
Hmmm.. I really need to find out where this night market will be tomorrow night.. With so many varieties of food to choose from, next time we will just skip dinner and eat here instead;)