Tuesday, April 26, 2011

Market Hall @ Pavilion KL


Wooden picnic-liked table


In an old 'rusty' way...


and the modern-looking... errr... round wooden pizza dish???

Tuesday, April 19, 2011

Sanook Bistro and Sports Bar @ Plaza Kelana Jaya, PJ


Let's have FUN at Sanook, shall we?!?!?!


Sanook is a hidden fun place at Plaza Kelana Jaya; a restaurant holding 2 concepts for you to have your meals. Love the lake view, you can choose to dine at Alfresco@Sanook which is located on the ground floor, facing the lake. Or you can opt to dine-in in Arriba@Sanook where music is played all night long.

We were greeted friendly by the godfather who is the owner, the friendly people pleaser, chief people pleaser, chief food artist.... ooohhh, they are actually the people running Sanook, the executives, chefs, waiters... how lovely are their titles!

Sanook serves scrumptious spread of dishes from all over the world which include Asian cuisine, Western fares as well as Italian pasta and wood oven pizza! Not to forget their tapas which are really 'something' to go with your drinks. 


Let's start the meal with Tapas Canapes:


Grilled Zucchini with Prawns and Aioli (RM 16)

Tuesday, April 12, 2011

PlearnWan - the eco vintage village @ Hua Hin, Thailand


PlearnWan @ Hua Hin is the first ever eco vintage village in Thailand


A very special entrance, built with used and recycled items. 
Like what I have said previously, This place gotta kill your memory card storage!
You will understand what i meant... 


It is actually built up on an open lawn area; with a 2-storey building around. 


Wednesday, April 06, 2011

Australia Dairy Company 澳洲牛奶公司 @ Jordan, Hong Kong


That was early, very early in the morning and the queue was already this long. 


We purposely woke up early for this.
Yes, to 澳洲牛奶公司 Australia Dairy Company, the number 1 restaurant in openrice.com 's best restaurant list, voted by the Hong Kies themselves. 


Though the queue was long, it took us a short time to get in. Patrons walked in and out every minute; and we knew, we must "move fast and eat fast" too - that's the fast pace lifestyle and culture of HK people. Tea were served once we were seated, it can be used to wash the utensils as well as for drinking purposes (just like what they did in char chan teng we can watch from those TVB drama).

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