Restoran Sebai Sebai

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Dad took us out to try Sebai Sebai for the first time.

Lintang Batu is actually a housing area opposite of Taman Seri Damai.

Started with raw greens. Pretty nice actually.

The pineapple fried rice was okay.

The fried chee cheong fun was something new.

Belacan fried rice.

Raw prawns. This was 1 of 2 highlight dishes of the night!

Thai style kangkong.

Squid kar pow leaf, the other highlight of the night!

The thap thim krop was good too.

Nice food, but expensive.

The Saturday I Learned Of Plucking Eyebrows Using A Thread Of String

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11.00 am – Had breakfast.

11.30 am – Went over to this house in

Birch Lane for an eyebrow plucking session using nothing but

a single thread which acts like a tweezer. Cost? RM6. Reasonably priced + efficient.

Kalpana the plucker has been plucking for over 20 years already.

So pro. So fast.

(The high quality boring video below plays only if you’re logged in)

Before.

After.

12.00 pm – Went over to Larut Cafe’s delicious

Norman Nasi Melayu.

Spoilt for choices.

~yum.

02.30 pm – Went over to Queensbay to pay for the tickets to Quantum of Solace.

Packed. Long lines. Took about 10-15 minutes.

Emptied my usus several times. 4 I think.

04.45 pm – Watched Quantum of Solace. I liked it. Action packed!

FC Rating : 8/10

07.00 pm – Went over to Lintang Sungai Ara Enam’s

Cherry Blossom. And I just learned that they own Bukit Genting’s Thai Restaurant too.

We had kangkung fried Thai style,

tom yam prawns,

green curry chicken and the best of all,

Tap Tim Krop.

The very, very mouth watering Thai dessert that consists of water chestnut and jackfruit.

11.00 pm – Filled up PCJ with some Synergy F-1.

11.30 pm – Did a little reading.

02.00 am – zzzzzzZZZZZZZZZzzzzzzzzzz