Tuesday, March 9, 2010

Lunch

Went to 3K sports complex for a class recently with a friend of my and had lunch at the restaurant inside the building. They serve all sort of foods like Nasi lemak, various type of Chinese noodles, ice-kacang, curry fishhead etc.........
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I ordered nasi lemak (RM8.00) with mutton curry,
hmmm....that was my type of mutton curry. Very nice.

And my girlfriend ordered Cantonese noodle (RM5.50) cooked by a Malay chef,

that was not bad but I would still prefer it with pork.

We each had a glass of teh tarik, which both agreed was nice too.

The second day we went back there for a smaller cup of teh tarik after our lunch else where. Hmm... I still have to urge to go back for more teh tarik, I just wonder why?





23 comments:

smallkucing said...

I think the Nasi lemak is a but over price even for that area. have you try Village Park's Nasi Lemak? That one was really good

molly said...
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molly said...

Ha, just found out I can actually delete my own comment.

molly said...

kuching, Where, where is Village Park? I would like to try it.

wenn said...

ya, teh tarik is tempting!

Tekkaus said...

War...how come your nasi lemak is so damn expensive? :p

xin said...

wah rm8 is expensive!

Bananazക said...

Oh you got tarik by the teh huh???haha. RM8 is pricey leh howcome such high price?.tQ

molly said...

wenn, ya lor.

Tekkaus, is a bit pricy but unlike the Mamak's curry mutton, this one is goooooood oh.

xin, I am willing go again at that price becos the mutton curry is really nice and seldom Malay serve mutton.

Bananaz, now I know why I kept wanting to go back. Becos the teh tarik me. Hahahahaha

foongpc said...

Wow! The nasi lemak is making me hungry!!

I don't like to eat Chinese food cooked by Malays cos it's halal and does not contain pork. It's the pork that makes all the difference, right? : )

Sweet Jasmine said...

There U learn another new lesson from blogging. Good for you.
8rm for a nasi lemak is too pricey for me too. Maybe the mutton is expensive. Never like outside nasi lemak as I can cook delicious one at home.

reanaclaire said...

Molly..can u please check your email i sent to u.. thanks!

molly said...

foongpc, me too. Chinese food without pork is never my choice.

Sweet Jasmine, I went for computer class to update myself and not about blogging. I think I need a lesson on that.

reanaclair, ok ok go now to check. Very curious what it is about.

Tina said...

lol go back go back!! i have never tried teh ratik but it looks great. love authentic food.

By way mate i have a new url domain name. My blog name is still the same. If you dont mind could you change my old url in your blogroll to this one instead:

http://www.mummy-diaries.com.

Thanks :)

grace said...

haha teh tarik
I remember drinking teh tarik every morning with kaya toast for breakfast in malaysia

sooooo good

molly said...

Tina, No problem. :)

grace, Ah, that is a good combination!

Merryn said...

the nasi lemak makes me drool.. :D

Pete said...

Mutton curry for me anytime! Nice!

Keats The Sunshine Girl said...

Yum, nasi lemak with mutton curry is gooood!

Shey said...

mmmm this post is making me very hungry. YUM!

Christy said...

Hahah...the first time I've heard of a teh tarik addict..LOL =P

molly said...

merryn, ha, you too are very malaysian hor. :)

Pete, Me too, mutton anytime is good.

Shey, Feeling hungry is a good sign wor. Go get some food quick.

Christy, Oh you are not a teh addict? I was but have cut down and now it tarik me back again. For the past few days I have had home make teh tarik with ginger added. Sedap nya!

Caroline Ng May Ling said...

whoaa u really can eat spicy food aye?! lol i think i only drink teh tarik once a year or maybe never. :P