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We bought: Groupon voucher for dim sum brunch buffet at RM 35 /pax.
We got: Up to 2 rounds of premium dim sum items and unlimited rounds of normal dim sum items. Free flow of chinese tea (we got 2 types of tea too).
We say: Good selection of dim sum and nice ambience. Value for money with the Groupon deal.
Where: Kuala Lumpur International Airport (KUL) (Lot 18A, Level 5, Main Terminal Building) Sepang, Selangor
(Tel: 03-8787 3812)
Some of us met up to have roast duck and char siu at De’Champion Duck, Kepong for brunch today.
Oh, and we have a new member to the club too… put your hands together and welcome K, aka Barkley.
We had: 1 roast duck, char siu, spicy soup.
6 ladies polished off 1 whole roast duck today. Not a bad accomplishment at all.
Then it was off to KTZ Kepong for dessert. This is the original KTZ outlet, according to SW. The rest of the KTZ outlets around town are merely branches.
So off we headed, since its located within the vicinity of De’Champion Duck (about 5 minutes drive away).
Where: K.T.Z Dessert (记得食~西米捞),
66 Jalan Kepong Baru
Kepong, Kuala Lumpur
This is being posted because the food was so good, the Club should know about it. And perhaps make an outing to eat roast duck rice together.
Update: We are going for this! Again! Can’t wait!!!
We had: 1 roast duck. Char siu. Spicy soup. Sang choi. Duck feet (eeps).
Where: Restoran De’ Champion Duck
No.10, Jalan 3/62D (Medan Putra Business Centre)
Kuala Lumpur, Wilayah Persekutuan
Total bill was just below RM 140, which worked out to RM 19 per person. That’s really reasonable.
Our post-trip lunch and settle-money session.
We had: individual bento sets and fruit juice.
Where: Edo Ichi Japanese Restaurant
First Subang Mall (SS15/4D)
Subang Jaya, Selangor
And that wraps up our inaugural club trip. May there be many more to come!
Last day of our trip so we didn’t start so early.
After checking out of the hotel, we left some chalk momento on a wall in the hotel specially allocated for this purpose.
Then it was off to breakfast.
Where: Sin Hup Aun
17 Jalan Pasar
George Town, Penang
This place is known for the mamak mee goreng.
We saw these poles outside a shop near the restaurant, quite sums up the feeling that the holiday is ending.
Next stop: Biscuit collection from Him Heang.
And after we loaded the car, the boot was quite full.
Him Heang is usually one of the last stops you make when you’re in Penang. This is to ensure that you bring back freshly-baked biscuits.
After the massive biscuit collection (which came to some RM 500+ for 4 of us!!), we set off to have brunch with President and say our goodbyes for this trip.
Where: Genting Cafe
2 Lorong Delima 6 (at Lrg Delima 3)
We left Penang around 1.30pm and everyone reached home by 8.30pm!!! Massive jams in KL because we got caught in the after-work traffic.
It was a great trip, and we’re now in talks for another similar trip… to some other place.
End of Day 3.
Day 2 in Penang. Started off early as today’s agenda was to go hunt for murals.
First stop: Breakfast.
Where: One Corner Cafe.
Jalan Bawasah, George Town, Penang.
This place has one of the best prawn mee in town. But the wait for your order can take up to an hour. We were lucky to get ours within 30 minutes.
And that’s just breakfast 😀
We arranged with President to meet us downtown. While waiting for her, another round of yum cha at a mamak. Someone had a roti kosong too 😀
Then on to the mural hunt!
Next food stop: Ming Xiang Tai for snack break of herbal tea & pastries.
Where: Ming Xiang Tai
26 Gat Lebuh Armenian (at Lebuh Victoria), George Town, Penang.
Headed for the Chew Jetty next, then headed to Tan Jetty for lunch.
Where: Tan Jetty Thai Food
97-A Tan Jetty, Weld Quay
George Town, Penang
After lunch, back to hunting murals. This time we didn’t stop until we left the place. No time to even stop for food :D.
Then it was off to Chowrasta Market for cendol / ais kacang & Penang laksa!
Where: Joo Hooi Cafe
475 Jalan Penang (at Keng Kwee St)
George Town, Penang
Had our dinner at Soon Lai Seafood, highly recommended by President. And now you know why she is the President. Because she knows all the good food places 😀
Where: Soon Lai Seafood
15 Lintang Batu
Dropped off President after dinner, went in to say hello to her family & her doggie, Joey, then we headed back to the hotel for some much-needed sleep. Again, beyond caring if anyone snored or talked in their sleep.
End of Day 2.