Sunday, December 02, 2012

Monkey See, Monkey Do

Monkey See, Monkey Do by williamnyk
Monkey See, Monkey Do, swiped from williamnyk on Flickr.

As with old local cars, they start making weird noises after a few years of use. So on Deepavali morning, she sent it to the mechanic. The trip was wasted though as she was unable to recreate the noise for the mechanic. With that out of the way, we deliberated on where to eat breakfast. Finally decided on Restoran Strawberry Puchong. Had kampua, prawn noodles, CKT and some roasted pork. This time round, I found the Sibu noodles quite disappointing. Never a dull moment at the table as we shared it with an old Hakka couple who was complaining about someone. :S. Around noon, we took KH out for lunch at Woo Pin (was a little pissed that he always made me wait although I gave him fair warning on when I was arriving, but he placated my temper with a silver monkey ring holder... ooo shiny!). Can't believe that it was his first time there. At least that's one restaurant off his list of "MUST EATS". He entrusted me to bring him to all the fabulous makan places in KL. Sounds like a prelude to fattening him up. But I want him to be lean and sexy! Haha. The place was quite crowded (had to share a table) and they even ran out of non-fried fish slices.

KH complained about his hair, so I brought him to my stylist for a cut. Shaved the sides and spiked the middle. Quite a different look for him. But I don't think he will be recreating that look for work on Monday. Did some shopping for high speed internet too. Found that Maxis Fibre had increased price from MYR148 to MYR168 for their 10mbps package (later I found out that the price was still MYR148, ill-informed salesperson!). Ouch. Still cheaper than Unifi though. Sent my darling home after that. Reached home at about 4:00pm and half an hour later, Mel came over with her kid. For the past month we had been scheduling and rescheduling a meet-up and it finally happened! As Mel hadn't eaten, we brought her out for dim sum at Yuen Garden, Jalan Kenari. With me carrying Cameron and Mel by my side, it looked like we were young parents. :P. Her favourite scandal scenario. At the restaurant, Cameron was quite fidgety, rearranging his Marie biscuits from the baby chair to the floor. Huhu. But luckily he sat long enough for his mum to feed him some siew mai and fishballs. Over Chinese tea, we reminisced about old times, bitched about work and heard harrowing stories of parenthood.

Back home, my sister and the baby had come over and Mel finally had the chance to play with the bundle of joy. The kid didn't reject her. Must be the aura of motherhood that she has. Or the maternal boobs. LOL. Cameron still wanted to eat, so mum fed him some stewed chicken rice. He seemed to like it. Before leaving, Mel passed me my belated birthday present-- Davidoff Cool Water Summer EDT. Thanks!

8 comments:

JokerPJ said...

I know a very nice dim sum shop in puchong, the owner was the head chef of Shangrilla hotel before he retires... should go there one time =)

William said...

@JokerPJ:
Ooooo... do share the name of the shop!

JokerPJ said...

I dono the name, only know how to get there... quite cheap also, 2-3 pax less than 30 bucks and eat till full full, I bring you there can order their made to order "special dish", sometimes they don wanna sell de, cause time consuming to make...

William said...

@JokerPJ:
Then one day must kidnap you for makan trip :)

JokerPJ said...

oh ah...

kidnap me? should I wear something special? or wear less?

meow~ haha

nicky05 said...

Yeun Garden again?

William said...

@JokerPJ:
Wear anything also can. Will strip you later anyway. LOL.

@Nicky:
Near my house ma

Derek said...

I haven't gone to yuen garden before right?