Went to try the salted egg yolk fried chicken at KFC the day before raya. The KFC outlet was understaff (due to the holiday season) and I waited for more than half-an-hour for this!
RM14.90 nett with 2-piece chicken, coleslaw, mashed potato & mango juice (default drink). Not much of salted egg taste, but it has curry leaves aroma.
I was craving for some curry 'pan mee', hence I visited 'Super Kitchen Chili Pan Mee' nearby my house during the raya day and ordered this bowl of fiery red spicy pan mee for RM8.50 nett. It has 5 pieces of taupok, a few slices of beancurd sheets and a piece of pork chop (chopped into pieces)...there were no long beans in sight (as it used to have)...I don't think I will order this again after seeing the oily curry soup.
I joined my colleague for lunch at IOI City Mall 'Food Junction' food court and ordered this Thai green curry set meal at RM12.20 nett. It was served with a plate of white rice (hidden under the egg topping), tomyum soup and a small plate of veggie (supposed to be kangkong belacan, but they substitute it with cabbage, coz run out of kangkong!)
Tastewise so-so only, but was a hearty meal and enuff to last till dinner.
I have heard of sauna mee many times but hav no intention to try coz it doesn't seem appealing to me. This place is popular with its concept of 'less salt, with no MSG, no white sugar and no white flour' (as claimed though i believe some msg is added into the soup to enhance the flavour).
I passed by their branch in Puchong Jaya around noon and there was no queue. Sooner after i was seated, a few groups of office workers came and occupied the leftover seats...
Their main item on the menu is Fish Sauna Mee or Vegetarian Sauna Mee. Both offer options of brown rice, pumpkin noodles, and mushroom rice noodles.
I ordered Fish Sauna Mee with mushroom rice noodles @ RM15. It was served piping hot in a stone bowl and with a small saucer of fried garlic.
The soup gets dry up very fast but it is refillable...I waited for the soup to cool down before having my first bite. Despite the hot soup, the noodles were still bouncy, unlike those overcooked noodles than can easily get mushy after being soaked in hot soup for some time.
the ingredients - mostly veggies...and only 2 to 3 slices of fish.
Very healthy indeed, but is too plain for my liking. I would prefer eating fish head noodles which is more flavourful and milky...but again, i can't compare them both as they are of different 'category'.
This meal cost RM16.80 after tax and service charges.
If you have been following my blog lately, you might have known that i hav been appointed as the bridesmaid for my sister's wedding. This includes a wedding solemnization ceremony in the church, which is to be witnessed by relatives and friends from both groom and bride. As this is an important event, a rehearsal was conducted to fine tune the event flow besides counter checked on the PA system.
A few cousins were involved and my cousin sister even came all the way for the rehearsal...
Here's my pretty cousin sis practising her scripture reading...I haven't seen her for years!
The actual day...reading vows
'Unity Sand ceremony'
The flowing sand and blending of the colors in the Unity Sand ceremony symbolise the bringing together of two lives into one.
special performances from the groomsmen
The event went smoothly (thank God!)
Here's wishing them a lifetime of love and happiness!