One of the most famous bak kut teh shops in Klang popularly just called “under the bridge”. Typical Klang style thick herbal broth. Haven’t had it for years! Came by on a whim since was in the area. Somehow my memory had it tasting better than my tongue tasted :p Oh but I love the rice. It’s flavoured with shallots and is super yum!
Funnest way to spend a Sunday afternoon. Learned to make Cointreau cocktails may even blog about it some time. So fun when I have no obligations to blog
Day 1 trying the Canon Eos-m (left) and already decided I dislike it. Focusing takes forever, there’s too little grip space (I have small hands!) so it’s prone to shake. Lens allows for a lot of noise in pix in lower light. lcd touch screen for everything including tap to focus & spread to enlarge irritates me (if I wanted that I’d use my phone). For the size I think a higher spec point & shoot serves as good a purpose. Dinky and cute but not for me. Onwards in my search for a more portable camera instead of the dslr. Sorry @keiboei :p
One of the many disappearing coffee shops of KL, Restoran Seng Lee at Jalan Batai houses 3 noodle stalls of pretty good quality hawker fare.
Clockwise from top left. Front of coffeeshop. Curry laksa made using noodles usually used in wonton mee. Char Kuay Teow. Pork soup noodles. The shop closes nest year and I’m not sure where the hawkers are relocating to. So, go while they’re still there. Map is in location bar above.
Been ages since I’ve had a ciku. Not sure what it’s called in English. These were lovely and sweet but so expensive these days!!