As the Raya song sings "setahun hanya sekali...", The Three Musketeers (Revathi, Lina and I)only meet once or twice a year for Hari Raya and Deepavali (but not CNY, unfortunately). So as usual, we met at Lina's house again this year, with the only difference being Deardo Wong came along this time around. My theme for the day was: traditional+fashionable. :)
So it was a short catch-up with them with some nice Malay food and cookies. Hopefully there will be another gathering during Deepavali lar! :)Seriously, I wanted to buy a black colour Kebaya top at Jusco but it didn't have my size so I had to go for the pink colour one, otherwise it will be an 'All-Black' for the three of us!
Gosh, don't you think so that time really flies??? It seems like just yesterday we celebrated Raya last year!
After leaving Lina's house, Deardo and I decided to go on a KL day trip! Come one, nothing can beat going around KL during Raya time! Traffic was soooooo damn smooth! But mind you, the crowd around KL was still pretty scary! :S Well I guess Chinese and Indian population in KL is bigger than what I've expected!
We started off with window shopping and afternoon tea at Pavilion.Must thank Deardo Wong for some nice pics of myself taken at Pavilion! :)
My new Kebaya top was from Jusco, while my polka dots lace skirts is one of my favourite buys from Taipei!
Okay, it wasn't coincident that we wore the same colour! :p
Dinner @ Heritage Food Village, Lot 10
I think most of you already heard of this food court sort of place located at the lower ground floor at Lot 10 where they got all famous stalls in KL gathered here. A night earlier where we went for the Teochew porridge for supper, we actually wanted to try Soong Kee Beef Noodles, which was closed when we were there. Hence, we gave the one at the Heritage Food Village a try.
Both Deardo and I were very happy with it. Although the noodles were a bit over-cooked or perhaps too sticky, the taste was okay. The bowl of beef balls, beef and innards were almost perfect! Especially the two small pieces of beef which were only medium well! I love them! And the set of the noodles with a plate of vegetable and Chinese tea was only RM8.50 (excluding tax)! That is such a good deal! The only other down side was the sambal. A commercialized version of Soong Kee Beef Noodles already impressed us so much. I wonder is the original one even better?
Two very happy faces!
We also tried the Imbi Road Pork Noodles, which was just so-so and the price of a bowl of the noodles is actually around the same as our set of beef noodles! So yea, I guess you know which one we picked as our favourite for the night. The Imbi Road Pork Noodles.
We went for a short walk at Sungei Wang, and then back to Sunway for a light supper before we called it a day.
It was a Raya day that both Deardo and I enjoyed very much! I think for months we didn't have any weekend for ourselves due to the fact that either he or myself needed to work, or the fact that his mum was here. So we really missed a day out all by ourselves like this where we just go out on a date!
I hope you guys had a great Raya break too! :D