When I inform the group that my reservation for the gathering is confirmed, our sweet and luscious Lyrical Lemongrass immediately planned a foodcrawl on the next day after the gathering (28th April) with Precious Pea, WMW and me, of course.
Should have met Precious Pea and WMW in SS2 by 11.30am but I overslept! So, Lyrical Lemongrass and I reach SS2 by 12pm after some minor jams and we decided to play with the two famous doggies a while (Yay!)
Pea, the older brother is more disciplined and well behave. I remember he just had his yearly “hair cut” not long ago but they grown back so fast!
The naughty Pumpkin pee on the floor as soon as Precious Pea open the cage door! And then he started to running around, sniffing Lyrical Lemongrass’ foot, chasing Pea and played Pea’s toys until Precious Pea have to hold him for me to take his photo. So cute to see him running around with his four little short legs!
Our tummies rumbling, so off we took to our first target for the day – Kin Kin Chilli Pan Mee. I was a bit guilty for waking up late cos the restaurant was almost fully packed with customers! Luckily we still managed to get ourselves a table. WMW did all the ordering for us since she came here before and pretty close with the owner too 😛 Our meal arrive after we waited for about 25 minutes and then, plus another 10 minutes of photo shooting… hahaha.
What’s a chilli pan mee without the chilli? Each table came with a tub of dry, pounded chilli paste – add them to your noodle as much as you like but beware, as it’ll sets your mouth and tongue on fire (blek). The four of us were basically “crying” and sweating over and over throughout the meal but it’s definetely worth it.
After a satisfyting bowl of pan mee, we adjourned to Bangsar to try the authentic Sarawak Laksa and Hakka Abacus Seeds at Nam Chuan/Nam Chun coffeeshop as claimed by many. Unable to find a parking space, we threw the car on the yellow line at the road side, not far from Nam Chun.
It was like a dream come true (I know it sounds exaggerating, but nevermind). Ever since I read about the Sarawak Laksa recipe in the Form 1 Kemahiran Hidup textbook, I’ve been searching everywhere to taste it and the fellow bloggers had actually make it a reality for me. *Hugs the three sisters*
Nigel came to join us as soon as we finished the laksa and ordered the char kuey teow. According to him, he always limit himself to take only one shot on the food. Haa…
After the second round of “makan-ing”, we decided to let our tummies to rest for a while and Lyrical Lemongrass suggested that we go for a reading session at Seksan, Bangsar where Kenny Mah happens to be one of the participants. I was attracted to his reading titled “I Am Woman”, which I find rather meaningful. Oh, by the way, his partner who attended the gathering the night before, Nisa, was there too.
Our last destination for the day – Bakerzin at Bangsar Village Shopping Centre. Everything looks so good on the menu, we had a hard time deciding which to order. Finally, we opted for the selection of 7 dessert tapas…
Créme Brulée. The first time I had this was at last year’s Christmas dinner in Sunway City, Ipoh.
Time sure flies and that conclude our foodcrawl for the day. I was having lots of good times laughing, chatting and eating with the ladies. Million thanks to WMW, Precious Pea and Lyrical Lemongrass for everything they did for me on that day and a big big hug for them! *Huuuuuggss*
Other reviews on the foodcrawl:
Restoran Kin Kin
40, Jalan Dewan Sultan Sulaiman Satu,
Off Jalan Tuanku Abdul Rahman,
Nam Chuan/Nam Chun
2-4 Lorong Ara Kiri,
G5, Bangsar Village,
No. 1, Jalan Telawi Satu,
59100 Kuala Lumpur.
Phone: 603 – 2284 7514
Fax: 603 – 2284 9606