Sunday, September 18, 2005
Oklar, i shall post other pictures some other times... Haha, so anybody else going to Grand Finale to support Daniel? Maybe we can go in a group... PM me in the MI forum, my nickname is sevelynn, or just msg me here! Thanks!
Friday, September 16, 2005
On wednesday, our practical class prepared for the graduation event for the pastry class. There were about 90 pax. The menu was simple, just cream of mushroom soup, spring chicken with cream sauce and ratatouille vegetables, and assorted pastries. Miss Joann came for the dinner, so surprised and happy to see her!! But then sob sob, she say our spring chicken not nice... so sad...
So fast already end of Term 5... less than 3 months i'll be graduating from diploma dy... still not sure to join higher dip or not... so fast, all my friends will be going separate ways... so next term must take loads and loads of pics together! Also must plan a trip to somewhere together... hehe!
Ooh, so fast Malaysian Idol only left 3 more contestants... Of course, not surprising that Daniel is in, Nita and Farah as well... Yerr, that day the Top 3 went online for a chatting session, but i have kitchen class, so cannot see! Then Daniel was interviewed on 8tv's '8 e-news' hosted by Gary, i didn't get to see as well! Aih, how can i miss my husband's show? I always crap about being together with Daniel, until my friends thought i really know him... Haha! He's sooooo good looking and talented... can't deny it... Aih, how i wish we know each other... This saturday they're coming to Midvalley's Carrefour, cannot go again, cuz have to study for exam!!! Anyway, i'm sure the whole place will be crowded, so no point also... hehe!
Last week's theme was unplugged, and Daniel sang 'Heaven Knows' (his fave song) and 'Mungkin Nanti' (my fave song), haha, and he did it quite well... well, as usual he mumbled a bit, but who cares? Even some singers and rappers mumbles all the time... I realized that a lot of songs that he sang were my faves, such as 'True', 'In the shadows', 'Obsession', 'Mungkin Nanti', haha, we're fated together!!! Haha, oklar, i'm just joking... Gtg pasar malam now... Remember to support my Daniel ok? Type 'VOTE DANIEL' and send to 33722...
Tuesday, September 06, 2005
Hmm, had been feeling quite disappointed these few days... it's just the people around me... Heard from a friend that one of our college lecturers said that our batch is rubbish... Being a student, i really respected h** since first term, but now, hmppfff!!! I 'pei si' you! Other than that, last week we were having law assessment, and i don't know to say fortunate or unfortunate, the lecturer caught some numbers of student copying from notes... Sorry but i 'pei si' you guys too! To me, whatever you do, of course you have to do it sincerely... Before that, i was feeling happy for them because they seemed to have improved and pay more attention in class... Not to say that the lecturer did not give us time to study, we had the whole weekend to study!!!
Ok, fine, i shall learn to forgive and forget... forgive and forget... forgive and forget... anyway, i shall let food comfort my soul... yummmmm..... Just to share with you some dining out experience over the past week...
Erm, went to Kepong for steamboat last week with my aunts and uncles (well, only 2 pairs of them la actually, hehe!). It is opened by my Uncle Willie's friend, ithe shop's name is Chong Qing Restaurant serving the very famous 'ma la huo wo' in China... It is located just opposite the Kepong Jaya Jusco, newly opened for about 1 month only. The items are by orders only, meaning that eat-all-you-order. Nothing really special about it, only that in the 'pot', 2 soups were served - one is normal herbal soup, and the other is chilli oil!!! Bear in mind you don't drink the oil... Inside the oil is all types of sampah, got loads and loads of peppercorn, chilli flakes, dried chilli, and some herbs... That's what makes you feel so 'qi kik' when you eat... and the dipping sauce is a must try - a combination of peanut sauce, garlic oil and chilli oil... Erm, to me, if there's only you and your gf/bf going, it's not really worth it... Overall, i give it a rating of 6/10 la...
Erm, last Saturday went for dinner in Damansara Uptowm, a restaurant called Tasty Tasty... serving Chinese food... actually it's my second time going there la.. the 1st time we went we tried some of their specialty dishes, which include an egg white dish (which it suppose to taste like a substitute for crab meat), but to me it doesn't. Then we tasted a braised beef dish, a lamb dish and a spring roll dish... i would recommend the spring roll dish la, quite nice... then the 2nd visit we go for the set menu where each dish is only rm12 (smaller portion of the standard dish), and everything turned out nice! We ate 5 dishes - a pork leg dish, a spare ribs dish, a fish with vege dish, a golden tofu dish and a claypot brinjal and mince meat dish... i tambah nasi samore leh... that's why so fat now... Besides, they also give complimentary soup and dessert... hehe!
Next up, went to this Inner Mongolian Restaurant in Jalan Pudu for dinner two days ago with my family. Erm, they have this Mongolian steamboat and also a la carte dishes. We went for the a la carte dishes... erm, much like chinese cooking ler, just that when you just touched your butt on the chair, the waitress will push the appetizer trolley so near to you it bang your chair. Ish! And they serve a lot of lamb dishes because maybe it's famous in Mongolia, a lot of 'behhhh behhh' there... And all the servers there speak really really filifehleh Chinese, even i who study chinese can't understand what they talking... Erm, will never go back for a la carte, but might give chance to the steamboat. Rating? 5/10
Just came back from dinner... Went to The Curve to eat japanese in Sakae Sushi... very modern japanese restaurant... with a computer screen at each table for food ordering... then if you drink green tea, every table there's a hot water tap to refill your green tea... it's like Sushi King, with the train belt where you can choose your own sushis, but a very high tech and modern one... they also have a teppanyaki bar and glass window to see the chef preparing the teppanyaki... Erm, price is ok la, well japanese wor, must enjoy la, don't care about how much... i budget each person have to pay is rm30-40 lar... but it still depends on what you order. They have everything from sushi, sukiyaki, temaki, teppanyaki, ramen, udon, soba, sashimi, tempura.... and the list goes on... worth eating lor... rating 8.5/10... maybe because it's newly opened, the fnb staff still abit blur blur.
Ok, if you guys have any nice place to recommend, please tell me... Signing off...