It’s been a while since Yen, AiWei and I had any long hours of lunch session and girls talk! I didn’t have class that day and the 3 of us decided to meet up… Too bad Khee wasn’t here. The 4 of us used to hang out a lot and ‘eat-out-a-lot’ during our unforgettable A-Levels days.. I missed those happy times too AiWei! Reminiscing the past now~~ Just love having you girls as companies! We can just sit there and talk non-stop!! If AiWei didn’t have class in the afternoon, I think we can sit, babble and crap all the way! *giggle* During our college days, we used to dine in Madam Chiam Curry Noodle House during lunch hours, but then, it wasn’t named Madam Chiam… it’s something like…Ah Ying Restaurant. Though they’ve changed the name and signboard, we still crave for our favourite noodle here, the Chili Pan Mee. Oh! I savour this!
Yen arrived the earliest! Surprise surprise.. and AiWei was late! We didn’t blame you girl.. No worries as…this is your first time? haha. Yen was eager to order for us and she highly recommend us one of their ‘tong sui’ (dessert) available. The Corn & Water chestnut for RM1.20. Not bad.. good recommendation. Not too sweet.. up to my sensation of flavour. By the way, we had this before our pan mee! Thought we’re suppose to have dessert after.. but anyway.. it doesn’t matter! I’m drifted away by such nice conversations! *nod nod*
And here’s the Chili Pan Mee of Connaught! Sinfully appetizing and way way delightfully delicious! RM4.00 per bowl. They increased the price I think as I remembered the last time we visited, it was priced around RM3.50 – RM3.80.
As the sign board reads.. Curry House Noodle, we have not tried any curry noodles although it’s one of their specialty besides chili pan mee. Shall give it a try next time definitely.. I’ll advise myself not to change my mind and opt for pan mee again in my next visit.. maybe 😛
Chris’s sis flew off to Guangzhou, China for work and guess what she bought us this time? Chocolates!! I’m not much of a chocolate lover but still felt happy when eyeing on those chocolates on my desk!
and..she bought us… these! Can you guess what’s this cute-looking and prettily packed can-drinks-liked souvenirs? T-shirts from mainland China! They sure know how to lure people into buying their ‘otherwise different’ products huh? So.. cute. Packed in a pretty can
Madam Chiam Restaurant
Taman Connaught, Cheras