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Tuesday, December 27, 2011

Ysquare Photoblog 26: The most quantity Birthday Cake.

It was hubby's birthday last month. Called up some classmate to celebrate her birthday.
Hahah.. of course, she is 18 no more, don't be fool by the cakes...

Do you know what cakes are they?








It's donuts! ^_^

P/S: Hubby just came out from the hospital yesterday. She was having high fever the day before deary came to Melaka. I'm more relief when she is staying with her family to take care of her.

Thursday, December 22, 2011

Multi-layered Tokyo Fruit Tarts is now in Karafuru Tokyo Street, Pavilion K.L!

They said money is man's best friend, Chocolate is a girl's best friend. Me? Dessert of course!

I tried various of desserts ranging from ice-creams, cakes, sorbets, crepe, chocolate, fruits, puff etc. So when I know there is a new fruit tart shop open in town, 2 days a go which is 21th Dec 2011,  I was getting so excited. Too bad, I am out of town, else I might gained 3 kgs due to the food indulgence I have there~ LOL

This new fruit tart shop is called Karafuru, which is the pronunciation of "colorful" in Japanese.

A lil fact on the new shop:
Address : Tokyo Street, Pavillion Kuala Lumpur.
Contact no : 03-2143 5737 (Outlet) or 012 312 3971 ( Shea Leen )
Email :

PhotobucketThe flavor includes:
o Strawberry Chocolate
o Mango
o Grape
o Oreo
o Green Tea Red Bean
o Raspberry Peach
o Chocolate Banana
o Black-forest
o Blueberry Meringue
o Mixed Fruits

That is such an enjoyment by just looking at the attractive tarts

Mind you that these handmade tarts are perfected by chefts from Japan, using only fresh ingredient, ranging from the custard/choco filling, cream, fruit puree etc.

You will be surprise by the tart once you try it yourself.

Bad for me but good for you than when you like Karafuru Facebook page at , you will get a 30% discount voucher on the whole or sliced tart.
(note that this is not the real voucher, you have to LIKE KARARUFU 1st to get the real voucher!)

So "LIKE" Karafuru fast (like NOW!) so that you wouldn't missed the promotion ends on 31st Jan 2012.

Although they promised to treat me some tarts but 

Y I No in K.L????


Monday, December 19, 2011

Nuffnang Asia Pacific Blog Awards teaser post

I know, right? I shouldn't be blogging now but to concerntrate on my FYP. But u know, the peer pressure is so intense that I have to at least vomit out a teaser 1st.
I was in NAPBAS last weekend.
Attended the award ceremony, meet up with 1of my favorite blogger,

Served with some awesome decent Hotel food.

Next, a wild, pack, alcoholic after party at Zouk.

To top things up, a chill out session in View bar, G-tower on the next night. My 1st attempt of Kronenbourg and View bar as well ^_^

Ready to read more?

Yeah, but I am not ready to write.
I shall take sometime to edit the photo before I blog about NAPBAS.  However, I can promise it shall be in 2 weeks time.
Meanwhile, to bribe you all to come back in this coming weekend, I have some surprise food related blog post coming up, stay tune! ^_^ 

Wednesday, December 7, 2011

My Penang diary 11: Berlin's Bier Houz

Berlin's Bier Houz in Straits Quay.
Do you remember I introduce Straits Quay before?

Just a recap:
Straits Quay
Straits Quay is a beautiful vibrant place at day.

Straits Quay
At night, it turn to be a mysterious hang out place by the sea, where you can see people chilling, drink, strolling with the company of salty winds.
I would wanna sit out side the bar for a nice, windy sea breeze, but it was full. So, we have no choice but to sit in the bar. It was not too bad, but I still prefer the sea-side scenery.

Probably due to 2 major event in Penang on the earlier of the evening, Straits Quay was packed, so is Berlin Bier Houz.

We share the liquor. Since I am not very good alcohol resistance, so I ordered half pint of cider.
I am very sorry that I forgot the name, but I have to say that the apple cider taste sour sweet with a bitter after taste. Not really how I like my cider would be, but the taste is still very complimented.

As for the guys, they ordered half pint of Franziskaner Weissbier (also known as white beer or wheat beer)
It does not have so much of malt taste like your usual Carlsberg. Surprisingly, it has very smooth after taste which I love.

I was driving a lone from Kulim that night and I wouldn't want to risk my life by drinking too much, so I had some snack with the cider. I ordered meat balls. Very well marinated and chewy (tendons). Probably because I was hungry too ^__^

So, this post indicated my last post of My Penang diary at the moment. So far, I have no solid plan to go back Penang in the near future for career development, but for vacations, I think I can go back Penang once in a while since I really like this place a lot.

Next will be another historical city travel diary. Are you excited? Me too XD

Sunday, December 4, 2011

Ysquare Photoblog 25: What is This On My Arm?


Hey, whats this?
Nah... I am not trying to kill myself.
I am a strong girl, but strong girl is usually the one who got hurt the most. If I don't wanna get hurt, I have to pretend to be a timid, cute, slutty girl.
You know what my decision is, don't ya ;)

Saturday, December 3, 2011

My Penang Diary 9: New World Park Hawker Center, Penang

Coutesy to Isaac Tan to bring me to tour around his home town, Penang Island during my internship period in Kulim. Glade that Ivan, Isaac's brother and Henry aka Clevermunkey join us that day in New World Park

Looking at this makes me realise I am a really slow blogger >.< I have come back from intership, took a 1 month holiday and passed the midtern break of a new sem, yet I haven't finish blogging about Penang. Well, what can I say, Penang is such a lovely place ^__^ that I can't finish talking about it #lameexcuses

Isaac and Henry picking up some "loh bak", 卤肉 from a random store.
Loh Bak is a traditional Nyonya food which is made by lean marinated pork meat, wrapped in bean curd skin then deep fry. It's very common both in Penang and also Melaka.

Don't cheat! I know you are drolling for the "loh bak"

Before I try Penang Char Kuay Teow, I really don't like the exaggerated that every Char Kuay Teow in K.L is . Once I try, I really fall in love for it. I like spicy food a lot, so I like the spicy char Kuey Teow(front) over the non spicy(back) one.

Pasembur. Thanks to my visit to Penang, I finally know how to differentiate "cucur udang" and pasembur.
LOL #noobfoodblogger ~

Ice Kacang. We also ordered cendol, but why I didn't took the pic? @~@

What we tried was just a small portion of what New World park can offer you.

From my dining experience in Penang, what ever sh!t as long as local food that you dine in Penang, no matter where is it, the quality will never be lower than average. But if you still don't trust my experience, I would still encourage you to New world park, which is just stone throw distance from Tune Hotel.

Lastly, a random picture I took there.
I wounder why thees deco are there =.=