11.11.15

JB Little India and L' Table ....

Oh ...if you noticed a silence from me lately from my blog, well,  I am actually taking a break from blogging as well as wanted to spend my free time on other stuffs. I have been very busy with work lately as well as my other personal tasks and thus, I thought its a good idea to switch off a while. I had a busy weekend too, starting from taking a half day leave last Friday to renew my passport in UTC JB, attended my little princess kindy graduation concert (how time flies.... phew...), attended church as usual, ran some errands, shop for my coming trip in December and etc.

Anyway, I did had quite a good time last Friday alone while at UTC, JB to renew my passport. Oh, I must compliment the UTC initiative as it provided folks like me to renew my passport on a Friday afternoon. Though it took me almost 4 hours to settle my travel document, I find that it's bearable as it's a Friday where it's a non-working day in JB. At least, I got my passport renewed! While waiting to collect my passport, I spent around 2 hours shopping around at City Square as well as walked around the Deepavali carnival in JB.


It was so happening at JB's Little India

Lots of stalls temporary setup for the festival!


Its was kinda jam too!
 While waiting for my little princess concert last Sunday, we had a pleasant lunch at Lavender's HQ, called the L' Table. The menu is very different from those of Lavender Bistro and it's also costlier. However, I love the ambiance over there, it was quiet and relax as well as they provided good service!

The L' Table
My kid had a Miso type of Pasta ... can't remember the name ... 

A Salmon Pasta for my wifey

A Cheedar Ham and Cheese Sandwich for me

And an Earl Grey Tea pot for all of us

The Bakery ... located at the ground floor where pastry and breads are sold here 

A place for folks to have coffee and pastry only 
It was a nice weekend and looking forward to a great week! :)

39 comments:

  1. Ah... no Japanese food. But I like what you had. Those are my type of fav food :D

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    1. Not convenient for Japanese food as we needed to rush for the kindy concert. Have to go somewhere nearby.

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  2. I also switched for a while but it is because I was sick

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    1. yup, I love the ambiance there! Very nice and peaceful!

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  4. The food looks great, we have also been there. Recognise the temple tower.

    Greetings,
    Filip

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    1. oh..you been to JB ? Nice! You are so well - traveled!

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  5. Haiyar!!! I thought you went to Little India to eat Indian food. I love banana leaf rice! We can't get that here. Deepavali no public holiday here, would just pass by unnoticed - so very few Indians, two hands enough to count...may see quite many these days though, but they're illegals.

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    1. hahaha... too crowded, it's better I go to a quieter place to dine. Anyway, lots of great Indian food in SG!

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  6. My "silence" longer than you.. Few months already, haha.. Once I stop, I got lazy already..Now waiting to pop.. Once I pop, I think more lazy, maybe gonna abandon my blog, sigh..

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  7. yeah I surely notice you have gone missing for the past week and thought you have been going on a holiday, haha!! but you just got your passport renewed.. the UTC is open all days including weekends but I don't think so go public holidays huh??

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    1. Yeah, just take a break as well as lots of work to do !

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  8. you are lucky to have only waited for 4 hours, I had to wait for 9 hours the other time.. so it's beyond expectation for you and hence you had the extra time to go to Little India to shop at the Deepavali Bazaar.. wow, very happening there indeed!! :)

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    1. oh.. is it? Then I am indeed lucky and blessed by God. It was a Friday and non working day in JB!

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  9. ooh the "atas" Lavender huh?? have not dined in Lavender before except go tabao their bread.. the food look good and really look quite "atas" leh.. you only had sandwich!! but I remember that's your favorite if not mistaken.. :)

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    1. Yes, that was my favourite sandwich, glad you remember! I actually not that hungry, so order a sandwich! It was filling too!

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  10. Didn't know they have a carnival there, if not, will go there walk one round, the other day i was in JB...

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    1. I also didn't know ... till I got there!

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  11. Miso pasta? Sounds like an interesting touch!

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  12. Quite "lau juak" the Deepavali bazaar there.

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    1. hahaha... very crowded and happening!!

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  13. Nice weekend you have there. Dont worry, once a while we need to log off from blogging and get other priorities straighten up. ^^

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    1. Yeah, and that's what I thought of ... as well as thinking on better things for my blog.

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  14. Yea, sometimes is great to take a break then come back later, definitely will find something new after that.

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    1. Sometimes can get tired and lazy blogging and commenting ...hahaha

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  15. Got to love the cheese ham sandwich.

    Oh you manage to spend some time walking along the Little India street. That's nice.

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  16. I went to immigration office here the other day and I had a bad experience with one of the officer, I almost scold her 4-letters word you know! So rude!

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    1. Oh... the immigration officers here are quite friendly!

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  17. Lil princess is a big girl now. Going to Primary 1 next year already.

    That salmon pasta looks so good.

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    1. Yeah lor... I miss the toddler days :(

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  18. Satisfying food choice that you had.
    I went to UTC here to refill my teeth, they only allow refilling one tooth at a time so I had to go there 3 separate weekends to get 3 teeth filled up, but I had to go there to beat the queue, saving hundreds of ringgit is worth it.

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    1. Didn't know they also have dentists there. It seems a long wait for you!!

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