I have a bunch of photos rotting inside my smartphone’s memory so I think it is time to talk about them lest I forget what they are, since my memory is going to the dustbin these days…
For example, take a look at this raisin bun which I bought a few weeks ago.
Now, I don’t know about you but I have never gotten a raisin bun that looks like this. To me, raisin bun means raisin mixed in the bread batter, not a bunch of raisin in the center as filling to a bun. Can you imagine stuffing a handful of raisins in your mouth just like that, because eating this bun felt exactly like that? I couldn’t, and now I would never have to, because I already know. I thought it was disgusting.
And then there’s this Japanese katsu curry rice.
Fuck… where was this? See, I told you my memory is shyte these days.
No, wait, now I remember. This was a free meal. I went to Wakaba with colleagues on my birthday (which means this was a million years ago), got a lucky draw and drew a coupon to redeem this. For free.
So I went back on a certain weekend to redeem it. But I felt bad for going into the restaurant and effectively spending nothing. It would probably piss off the owner and staff. Heck, I’d be pissed off.
So I ordered a plate of sushi to go with it.
I had this before (see link above) and I really liked it. A lot… I’m glad to say that I still like it. Hopefully I will continue to like it if and when I come back again for more…
Moving on… what’s next?
Oooh… For you all KL peeps, can you guess where was this taken? I’ll give you a clue, this place is in Cheras, and the building is poorly named. I really think this bulding’s name is… stupid. I guess I won’t ever be able to understand why they would give a shopping mall a name that sounds like a not-so-cheapo and average quality white coffee place.
I was dragged to this mall by the sister because she wanted to visit a newly opened shoe store and get a piece of the opening discounts action.
While there, I wandered into the atas (high-end) supermarket on the Lower Ground floor.
While inside the supermarket, I was attracted by these lovely looking strawberries. But upon closer scrutiny, these became a perfect illustration of how atas this supermarket really is.
See the price??? To unsuspecting Americans, Australians, Europeans, Japanese and Koreans, this price is expensive! If you must know, it is 5 times the price we pay for normal strawberries. FML!!! I think I better resign, go buy a farm, plant strawberries and then slap Japanese words labels onto the boxes…
I did see (and buy) something which I could not resist though…
American (sized) fizzy lemonade. This was only RM 5, only being a relative word here. Reminds me of life when Walmart/Target was only a couple miles away from workplace. I had one of these a day back then. Almost every single day when I was in that country across the Pacific.
I guess this was as much a culprit as those big hearty omelette breakfasts in turning me into a super fatty.
Shit. Why did I reveal such an incriminating piece of info again??? Forget about it, please…
I am actually capable of eating healthy, as you all know. After all, I cook at home, right? Check this out…
Brown rice, simple pork belly stir fry, and kimchi. Granted, the kimchi was store bought. Still…
Brown rice = healthy, obviously.
Korean food = healthy, kimchi = Korean food. So, by this logic, kimchi = healthy.
And that’s all the photos I have. Job done. Have a good weekend. Kthxbye. 🙄