I said I would take a break from Europe blogging over the weekends. But… I’m kind of stumped. I don’t know what else to write.
I guess this is also part of the Post Vacation Syndrome. Not only am I not used to going to work again, I am also not used to blogging about other stuff.
I actually got back to my cooking dinner routine last week. But because I haven’t been blogging about my home cooked food for quite some time, every time I forgot about taking pictures until the food are all safely tucked inside my tummy. 🙄
Shall I just show you some random outside food pics from last week? When I say outside, I mean Queensbay Mall. These are all food items from different restaurants inside Queensbay Mall.
The side dishes platter reminds me of the fake tapas. Hardly surprising since I got that fake paella meal set from a Chinese restaurant. That thought still annoys me to no ends even today >.< …
I can’t remember if this was RM 18.90 or RM 19.90. Had this on Thursday. It’s on their set lunch menu.
It’s been ages since I last came to this Japanese restaurant. Their house specialty are the different levels of spicy ramen. There’s level 1 to 40 if I remember correctly. Normal humans could tolerate up to level 4.
But I was never a fan of paying to torture myself. So after a couple of attempts, I stayed clear of the ramens and only order their katsu rice sets. I was torn between this one and their Miso Katsu set. In the end, this one won because of the garlic fried rice. I think I paid RM 24.90 for this one, for a Friday lunch.
By the way, tonkatsu means deep fried pork chop. Ton 豚 = pork, katsu = deep fried.
I know, I know, most of you do not like this franchise, and you probably dislike seeing me patronize them more often than you’d like. But… what do you expect me to do? They are the earliest to open in the mall and I was hungry. If there’s a Papparich outlet in Queensbay Mall, I’d go there instead.
No, not really. Papparich is getting way too expensive these days… 🙄