25.3.14

Day off with the family...

I took a day leave off on Monday as well as take leave from blogging over the weekend to spent time with my kids, since it's school holidays. The weekend started off with a Japanese dinner as I reached home early and decided to work at home after that. Seeing that, my wifey having a tough time coping with the new weekend where she hardly rest, I thought it's a good idea to spend more time with them.

We went around Jusco Tebrau City on Saturday as my kid needed to adjust his specs as it's always loose but ended up getting a new but robust pair instead. Afterall , there was a promotion and took the package for RM188. Then, we had lunch at Kim Gary. It was crowded as usual!

Toast with sausages ... I was surprise my wifey ordered this together with her main meal, as she can't eat a lot! LOL

Fried Nissin with chicken wing and chicken chop...that's what my prince ordered. He always love nissin noodles.

I got myelf a platter of ham, chicken wing,sunny side up, chicken chop, fries and sweetcorn, marinated in Italian red sauce. It was really full but nice, especially the chicken wing!

My wifey had a simple noodles with ham and egg.
  
My minestrone soup ... quite sweet, not my liking.

Last but not least, I needed a coffee. The coffee is good , very HK style!
After a good lunch, we headed for Lego Movie, which my little prince wanted to watch. I was surprised he wanted to watch a movie as he always have a phobia with the dark where I failed to coax him to go for movies with me. Well, probably peer pressures from school... LOL.

Have a good week!

30 comments:

  1. I want your big platter!!! Hey, wait a minute! Aren't you into healthy eating, watching your figure? Give up already kah?

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  2. STP - once in a while la... :P

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  3. ah, nice having a day off to spend a long weekend with your family huh?? sweet~~ :)

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  4. your wife must be loving Kim Gary food, she ordered a main dish and added on toast and sausage!! and your platter, OMG, huge!! but surely satisfying~~ :)

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  5. We both are coffee addicts! I always feel relaxed and happy with a hot cuppa of delicious coffee from selected cafes.

    Your wife must be so happy that her appetite became so good!

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  6. You lagi tarn... but good to spend quality time with family.. so mom is with you now?

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  7. What did your princess had? Your kids must be happy that you are around a bit longer than usual :)

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  8. Wow! That is what I call a good lunch - egg, corn on the cob, some good portion of meat!

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  9. I can see almost all the main have an egg there. Nice lunch there.

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  10. Lucky am full now else will drool :)

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  11. It's the school holidays now, must spend quality time with the kids ;)

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  12. I like Kimgary.. Over here, I always go to Mongkok Char Chan Teng, similar with Kimgary, in fact, Kim started first.. Used to like cheese-baked rice from Kim.. If I eat at Mongkok CCT, I will usually order: one cheese-baked rice, one french toast (just like in your picture, but a full-sized one), one "fried-stuff" like fried sui-kow or wanton soup, and a drink, usually "hung-dau ping".. Buurrppp*

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  13. Nice to spend time with your family and indulge in some good food :D

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  14. SK - yup, it's always great to be with family.

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  15. SK - she crave for the toast I guess! Lol

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  16. TZ yeah man, coffee is a must !

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  17. Reana - yup, parents are here.

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  18. Reana - yup, parents are here.

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  19. Merryn - she share Share all the food. Try this and that.

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  20. Yee ling - what a coincident, all got egg ! Anyway, my kids love eggs.

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  21. Hayley - yeah, due to the stupid new weekend, don't really have much weekend time with them.

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  22. Princess ribbon - Wah, I can visualise the food you described. I guess you like HK food lot.

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  23. Foongpc - yeah, use to love Saturdays a lot in previous years where I can bring them out far, before the new weekend in johor.:(

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