A lil booklet, a picture of us and a personal message for everyone. It’s a really sweet gesture of Chris and Christine. Thanks for putting the effort forth, we’ll treasure them just like how we cherish the friendship between us.
The other day, KampungBoy mentioned Gado Gado whilw we were eating ayam penyet so it was fresh in my mind and I was now craving it, but it was no where to be found. We chose Tipak Cantuk (RM13) instead. The ingredients are almost simiar to gado gado (blanched vegetables, fried tofu, tempeh, hard boiled egg), but we find it rather lackluster because the peanut sauce dressing was too sweet.
Nasi Campur Ole Ole. For RM30, this huge meal includes Balinese grilled lemongrass prawns, squid, choice of beef or chicken rendang, sate lilit, with a serving of lawar, sambal terasi and sambal matah.
We enjoyed our nasi campur tremendously; the sate lilit was explosively flavorful, the tender and delicious grilled squids have a good hint of smoking char and the rendang was very moist and delicious. The only gripe I have is the not so fresh prawns with soft and mushy texture.
Ole Ole Trio platter (RM38) is combo of sate lilit, cumi cumi goreng and grilled chicken wings. We had no complaints on this too, everything was wonderful.
Japanese Cotton Cheese Cake, made with love by Ivy. That woman woke up at 5am just to bake us a cake! It was just as delicious as the one from the store. Thank you so much girl!
Don’t you think you meet the most wonderful people from blogging? From makan kakis to hang out buddies to soul mates, we were really glad to have friends like you guys.
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