Chinese, Food, Japan, Omotesando, Photography, Tokyo, Travel

23 December 2016

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Morning stroll

Greetings from Tokyo! After regained our energy last night, I was grateful that we did not catch a cold or other sickness from the fatigue yesterday. With full energy (and empty stomach) we departed around 1 PM after check out. Strolled around the area to find a place to eat. Again, the Google Maps failed us to our destination which was the other way round. So we needed to turn back again to our departure area and headed to correct direction. Mr. F was the one who lead the direction, since he understands japanese and stayed here for 2 years before. Sometimes he felt nervous and guilty to me because he was not so familiar with Tokyo (he stayed at Kawasaki before).

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Japan | Day 2/14 : A day in Tokyo

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Coffee, Food, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, pancake, Travel, Western

Eat | Yellow Brick Road

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Yellow Brick Road’s slogan

Have a breakfast in the morning, will energize your day! On my last day in KL, Linxin & KS brought me & Mr. F to Damansara area to meet our friends, Manyoke & Hui Hui. It’s been a while since I met them. 🙂

 

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Food, Restaurant, Thai

Eat | Thai I love You!

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Main Wall in the Restaurant

The other day I tried this new Thai restaurant in town. Dad, mom & lil sis picked me up from work so dad decided to have family dinner nearby. It’s been so long since we had family dinner. I was grateful that we had the chance to dine together.

This was the second time I ate here, first time came here with Mr. F on New Year’s day. My sis told me that she just realized she never had Thai food before. So I let her choose the meals.

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Red Curry (Gang Pet)

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White Rice

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Omelette w/ Crab Meat

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Kailan with Beef (Neua Pad Kanar Naman)

The Omelette w/ Crab meat was delicious! Can’t get enough of it. The sweetness from the crab was dominant because the meat mixed inside the egg mixture. They put some crab meat as garnish on top.

Kailan with Beef was fresh & crunchy, which I love to eat veggie that way. The beef was soft and juicy.

The famous Red Curry w/chicken, chosen by Dad, was tasty. It was creamy & rich of spices because there was basil leaves inside to enrich the curry flavor.

The last was Clear Soup (Gang Jued Tao Huu Orn), ordered by Mom, I didn’t took photo for this. It was clear soup with glass noodle come with minced chicken ball, mushroom and garlic. The soup is great to warm your body during rainy season, in my opinion. The chicken ball was delicious! It was a lot & enough for 4 of us.

Overall, it was great to dine here. The place is comfortable & cozy, the waiters was friendly & helpful and the food was delicious. Even dad ordered another bowl of rice. :0

 

Thai I love You

AEON Mall BSD,Ground Floor (Opposite Krispy Kreme)

 

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