Taking a church friend's recommendation, I headed to Taman Megah for lunch after mass. Tried the lui cha at Restoran Gembira. At just MYR5.50, the portion was large and it was beautifully-presented. The soup had a decent taste of mint, sweet basil and tea, but I've tasted better. Although it was slightly too salty, i would recommend it as an economical choice for anyone with a hankering for lui cha. Didn't do much the rest of the day, just savoured the Sunday as best I could. Before dinner, mum and I went for a jog at the nearby park. All sweaty-sweaty, we headed over to Restoran Hong Cha, OUG to meet SK for dinner. Her brother and grandma had just arrived from Kuantan and the best thing was, they were bearing gifts! He bought nasi dagang, giant curry puffs and tembosa from the East Coast. Yummy! Let me introduce you to the tembosa (not had 'em in more than a decade!). The less glamourous name would be karipap ikan. It's basically a round-ish curry puff that is filled with stir-fried fish meat and grated coconut. A healthier and yummier choice to curried potatoes don't you say? Mum and I ate three of those before our porky pork noodles arrived! Bon appetit!