Vegetarian Loh Mee, noodles in egg gravy, with wilted spinach.
Meaty Loh Mee, noodles in egg gravy, with seafood.
Went to Pavilion Kuala Lumpur, a massive shopping centre. Its biggest food court is called Food Republic.
Kaya toast, kaya (coconut jam) and slabs of butter sandwiched between two slices of toast.
Seriously, this family is obsessed with iPads.
Ma’s Kopi (coffee with milk).
Seasoning soft-boiled eggs.
Ma loves popiah.
Met up with one of the best friends, Stephanie Koo. Met her in Chinese school 12 years ago. She’s also an Australian-born Malaysian.
Since she’s bad at organizing her time, she came late and combined her two appointments for the day, her friend from high school, Binky.
Just cause we’re cool.
We are cool.
I get bored when I shop, so it’s good to have a book.
Went to a vegetarian stall in the food court. I got super excited and couldn’t decide what to have for dinner, so I bought two dishes.
I go insane for curry, curry noodles being one particular fancy. This had vegetarian char sieu (bbq pork), fishcake, shredded fried tofu puffs, bean sprouts, eggplant and long green beans.
Vegetarian Bak Kut Teh. I was super excited for this one because you usually can’t get vego Bak Kut Teh.
This one came with vego mutton, meat balls, beancurd skin and shiitake mushrooms.
Uncle Chiu’s Beef Noodle.
Ma’s Yong Tau Foo Chee Cheong Fun, meat-stuffed vegetables with a ground bean paste sauce, mixed with sugar, water and cornstarch.
My Iced Lychee.
Eve’s Iced Lemon Tea.
Soya Bean Milk with Cincau (grass jelly).
Moaaaaaar Kaya Toast.
Lychee Iced Tea.
Iced Lemon & Lime Tea.
Chicken Steak and Fries.
Uncle Chiu wearing Ma’s Simpsons Pyjamas. Dashing.