Food and Company

It’s true when they say that company can make or break a meal. No matter how tasty the food is, if you’re with lousy company, the food tends to be a lil blend don’t you think?

So it’s a relieve to have a bunch of colleagues who enjoy food as much as I do and such company is hard to get. Here are a few of our off-beat adventures around the dining table.


One Friday we just decided to head over to SS3 Sungei Way to this rather popular spot for an early lunch. About 8 of us just decided to throw in the towel for a good mid-day grub hoping to cure our lousy week. We got there and ordered a whole lot of pork and a special pot of vege, taupok and mushroom for your’s truly. Yes, I’ve gotta endure the whole “Why you don’t eat pork?” and “Eating BKT with no Pork is not BKT” glares and stares from my fellow comrades. In any case, the soup’s super yummy and I swear to you it taste just as good or better than some of those Klang ones.


Next up was a fantastic dinner to cure some post-warehouse sales blue. It’s was a crazy sales. So hectic. So we headed to another fame place for our meal, this time just right behind the hotel where we were stucked serving crazy bargain hunters the whole day. Situated oddly in a dodgy corner of an old food court, is a seafood vendor who’s been here serving their famous dishes for decades. Best bet here were the La-La Soup which was rich in rice wine and ginger; and the Garlic Prawns. YUMMMMM!

Can’t wait for another memorable meal with the crazy girls from work.

2 Responses to Food and Company
  1. Kenny Mah
    May 3, 2008 | 2:44 am

    Feed the German? How about feed this almost-German-speaking boy also leh? :P

    Btw, when are you posting about our sojourn to Kampachi? So I can steal your far superior pics lor.. Hehe. Thanks in advance! :)

  2. qwazymonkey
    May 3, 2008 | 3:29 am

    u ain’t German and you complaint of being fat for far too many times already. So no, won’t feed ya. Thanks for the chocs!