7.9.16

Last Friday ....

I took a day off last Friday to be with my family on my birthday. Well, nothing fancy going on as my kid wanted to attend his badminton coaching in the evening while my little princess had her ballet too. Thus, we only went out at night for a nice dinner, while the day was spent relaxing at home as well as checking out on holiday tours for year-end. I tried to make it a once a year oversea tour in order to see the world and wind down. I still prefers to go to places with winter but I guess due to a tight budget, I may have to go somewhere nearer (and hot) this year. Well, I will blog on it after the trip, and if possible, after my standard chartered marathon. Oh, I am still deciding whether to sign up this year due to lack of running partners as well as the large amount of crowd last year. It was very hot too, running the half-marathon during SCMS 2015.

Back to my birthday dinner, we decided to go Korean and ended up at Hans Korea BBQ in Taman Molek. It's spacious over there and clean, as well as there are 2-3 pokestops around! hahaha... I also managed to catch the 'Weezer' there with a CP of 1180. Back to my dinner, we just order their Set A which comes  with an assortment of Korean delicacies which is free-flow and a miso soup. Since I love the Ginseng Chicken Soup, I order a bowl too.

Free-flow of dishes 

A BBQ teriyaki sauce pork meat 

Miso Soup that comes with the set

And my favourite Ginseng Chicken soup
It was a lot for the five of us as we also asked for refill of some of the mini dishes. With rice and soup, it was very filling. I like this place as well as the food and will likely come again!

Have a blessed mid-week.

19 comments:

  1. Look at the BBQ Pork meat, looks so juicy and yummy, I like!

    I also prefer winter

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    1. Hahha.. A bit charred but delicious !

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  2. Happy Belated Birthday to you Chris

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  3. Maybe Pokemon can have joint promotion with the restaurants, the restaurants can plant pokestops in their restaurants, the customers who caught them can earn reward points and the points can be redeemed and used for meals discount, haha

    To earn points, you must come into the restaurant and eat

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    1. I'm sure a lot of restaurants alresdy doing that !

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  4. Wahhhhhhh!!! Like that, nothing special kah? Korean some more, and very expensive here. Not a fan of it, I prefer Japanese - if I have to choose between the two, that is.

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    1. Just a set leh.. Hahhaha.. I also prefer Japanese.

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  5. I got eat Korean food, not into it, but i still like Japanese foods...

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    1. Yeah , me too! I still prefers Japanese food but sometimes have to change a bit. Lol

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  6. We had lots of Korean food lately too..hahha. K drama punya pasal.

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    1. Hahaha.. That's the power of influence !

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  7. I love Korean food! And I especially like those free flow dishes. So can just order one of two items and wallop the free flow ones hee..hee...

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    1. This was what we had , all free flow except the soup.

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  8. One thing about Korean cuusine, they give lots of side dishes and could be refilled. Reminded of the time I were in Korea.

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    1. Yeah, and same as here. The side dishes are small but can be a lot if you keep refilling.

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  9. Very nice birthday meal.

    But I guess it's the company that matters ;)

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  10. Happy Birthday To You Young Man!! How old are you now?? Wakakakaka

    You seldom eat Korean food and this is a nice change. I love very spicy Korean food which can smoke my brains out.

    The happy meals together with the family must complete with photos for remembrance always. You know what I mean la.

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