Saturday, December 25, 2010

KK Trip & SFC Y2K 10th Year Anniversary Reunion

What I did last weekend in Kota Kinabalu, Sabah. =D

18 Dec 2010: Pre-Reunion Dinner

^Had my long awaited Ngau Chap at Loi kee, Foh Sang

^Visited an old friend's for her daughter's 1st birthday party

18 Feb 2010 (Saturday)


19 Dec 2010: Finally got to watch Harry Potter 7...

20 Dec 2010: Yamcha session with some friends...

21 Dec 2010: Before heading to the airport for departure.

Economy mee at Lido...
Where I used to live...

Merry Christmas 2010!

I can't help but thinking how last year at this time, I was having so much fun with my friends in KK. But that was the past and I really don't want to live in the past anymore. It may not be as Christmasy here as it was in Singapore, or as merry as it was back in KK, but I am home with my beloved family now, and that is all that matters.

Have a joyous Christmas and happy holiday!

In the spirit of sharing, here are some pictures of Christmas decoration this year.

^Christmas Cupcake

^Christmas Tree at Aeon Bukit Tinggi

^Christmas Deco at One Utama

^Christmas Deco at One Utama

^Christmas Deco at One Utama

Tuesday, December 7, 2010

Ferrero Rocher Moment

I swear...I got these from an uncle. I don't buy chocolates for myself anymore, because I know how notorious I get when chocolate is involved! xD

I love taking pictures of chocolates!

Saturday, December 4, 2010

El Cerdo @ Changkat Bukit Bintang, KL

So I went there for dinner 2 Fridays ago...

^Sausage Platter

^Roast German Pork Knuckle

^Roast Piglet

What I did not take were pictures of the starters (salads) and desserts (mango ice-cream with whisky, and banana cake with banana ice-cream and ). I know... I'd make one lousy food blogger. For drinks, we all took bottled water (many many bottles of it) throughout the night.

The roast piglet was probably the most interesting dish we had because it came with a ritual that El Cerdo claimed to be a Spanish tradition. The ritual involved one of the diners cutting the piglet into halves using a porcelain plate, after which the plate was smashed into pieces inside a wooden bucket, but not before making a wish. It would make the wish come true, they say.

There were 6 of us that night, and we were all very full by the end of the meal. The food was really REALLY good, and the service was great, just my kind of style - not too formal, not too pretentious. Casual yet proper. I could feel the sincerity in their friendly service, unlike some over-the-top fancy restaurants. Same goes for the atmosphere. We took an outdoor table but thanks to the trees and bushes around us, it still felt cozy and not over-exposed. There was some interesting Spanish music playing in the background too.

Total damage was about RM506 (out of which, RM55 is for the bottled water!). That's about RM84 per person. Hefty, but I say it's worth it!