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Date: Monday, April 27, 2009
Time: 2:15 PM

KL food search
sister have some history project to be completed. and one of her task is to take a photo with the historical building she is doing research on. She chose, 陳氏書院

therefore, we, daddy, mummy, sister and I went to KL on Sunday morning.
brother didn't join us, he went for his basketball.

task completed.

got caught camwhoring. real candid.

After that, we started off our eating journey,
had the infamous cheecheongfun at madras lane.

featured by 阿賢人情味, Astro AEC some time ago.

the rice noodles is very nice in terms of its texture.
but, i do hope they can give extra sauces the next time.


dad had a bowl of curry laksa noodles, with a lot of vegetables and pig skin.
delicious, he said.


Then, we went walk around the petaling streets, in search of, FOOD again.

what's famous around petaling street?

air mata kucing - my parent's favorite. it's very refreshing. I love it.
sei ngan chye roast duck - for my auntie, it's a must eat. but we didn't try it that day.
koon kee wan tan mee - wanted to try it out, but it's not open yet.

& also the ma chi sell by an old auntie.

featured by ho chak!

she let us try a big piece of ma chi.
trying finish it in a few bites. she then teased us for being too gentle.
she asked us to put the whole big piece in the mouth instead.

& asked, "does it stick to your teeth?"
and amazingly, NO.

she has been selling mo chi for more than 50 years. ;)

My heart was capture by the colorful steamed blended glutinous rice.
wanted to try the ribena favor, but mom chose the original one. ugh.

delicious candy snack pounded with peanuts, sesampe and sugar.

a old fashioned barber shop/stall.

irresistibly, i took a photo of it.
& i got shoo away, politely by the barber.

he said he is afraid that his customer will not like it.

walk around, and did a lil shopping around the shop lots.
then, dad proceeded by driving us to pudu KL. He turn into a lane full with paper and printing shops.

I were like.. ern, pa, where are we heading to actually?

"eat." he answered and stop by beside a printing shop.
"neh, the shop opposite there." he continued.

So yea, we went eating AGAIN.

restaurant yap hup kee, at off pudu, KL.
hakka yong tow foo.

variety choices of yong tow foo ready for picking.

there have the unusual salted egg yolk fried wantan,
which I have never seen it before this.


i love this chee cheong fun which topped with fried pounded dried shrimps.
though its texture is not as smooth as the one I had earlier.


suikow/dumplings stuffed with minced pork and prawns.

minimum order - RM7.00 for 5 pieces

fried yong tow foo.

After satisfying our stomach.

I headed to PJ Mcd for a revision session.
& this time, he is the one waited for me. ;)

I went for a night swim after that.
I still able to finish up 50m of butterfly*slow one*. bout 100m? ugh.

I have no more stamina. sigh.

p.s. - i have no idea why my posts are mainly on foods when it's exam period.

The day you finally decide to love me will be
the day i stop chasing you.

yours truly

Tzia Tzia a.k.a Cherlin.
Turns eighteen on this 4th of July.
An attest chocoloate indulger.
& a typical pink lover.
A certified romanticism, exceptionally dreamy and bubbly
Idolize Leah Dizon with an utmost hawt body, and Jaychou's fabulous songs.



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