Tried Dutch Lady’s low fat mixed berries yoghurt for the first time.
12.30 pm – Had lunch.
03.00 pm – Went to the legendary Cargas to meet
Thanks Nat for the killer drumstick.
10 minutes later…
(How can 1 Cargas killer fried chicken be enough?)
One thing I like about Cargas is that they keep a consistent supply of serviettes throughout it’s operating hours from 8.30am to 4.30pm.
04.00 pm – Moved on over to Queensbay and collected the tickets for Eagle Eye.
05.15 pm – Watched Eagle Eye.
FC Rating : 7.5 / 10
08.15 pm – Went to Evergreen Vegetarian Restaurant in Pulau Tikus for dinner.
It was packed!
The very wide array of dishes to choose from.
I had 5 different dishes together with
a bowl of bee ko moey.
09.30 pm – And then all of us hopped on over to Belissa Row’s Haagen-Dazs.
Shawn and Gabe.
Lee Li and Phaik Chin.
Gabe, Daryl, Jason, Anthony.
After a tough time choosing what to order, I narrowed down the selection to this,
Flower Blossom looked tempting but the portioning looks huge. No doubt, Brownie Explosion was enticing but it also looked overly sweet at the same time.
The winner = Belgian Waffle Dream
Jason’s Brownie Explosion.
The girls’ cookie combo.
Anthony’s Mango Tango. Lemma, sounds so tak ngam.
11.00 pm – And then we went to Tiger Arms.
Had the usual Guinness / Kilkenny.
Played Tiger Arms’s fusball for the first time.
(The high quality boring video below plays only if you’re logged in)
2 hours later, these fellas came.
Anthony, nah your pic.
02.00 am – Wanted to supper at Nasi Tembok but skipped it since the line was like soooooooooooooooooooooo long. I’m sure there were twenty over people waiting in line and if each person took 1 minute to order we would have to wait AT LEAST 20 minutes.
And so we went to Jelutong market’s economy rice, which was close. Sat at the midnight nasi kandar stall across the road before Andy suggested
My first ever experience having fillet o fish and fries at this hour.