Tuesday, December 29, 2015

Salty Dessert

Pork Noodles

On Sunday evening, I fetched mum to Bukit Jalil Golf Club to attend a wedding banquet. A perfect chance for me to spend quality time with KH on a rainy evening. Picked KH up and we had dinner together at Restoran Hong Cha, Taman OUG. Been quite some time since I ate their pork noodles. Found it to be a far cry from what I remembered. The soup wasn't even porky anymore. Noticed that Seapark Dessert had opened next door, so we gave that a try. Restoran Ah Loy had given up one shoplot due to their diminished business. Tried a bowl of hot bubuchacha and I wasn't impressed. The dried jelly wasn't cooked with the soup, but soup was poured over a type of powdered mochi. Seemed to be a very instant version of this classic dessert. Back home, KH gave me a more satisfying dessert. The salty type. It was an enjoyable session. Since we don't smoke, we went for post-coital coffee and cake at Doors Cafe, Taman OUG. Seemed that each time we ordered cake there, it was something non-halal. This time it was a Johny Walker-spiked chocolate cake. Not bad at all. Whiled the evening away until it was time to pick mum up...

Telephone

Johny Walker Chocolate Cake

4 comments:

Derek said...

Hehe ... you sure like salty dessert ;-)

William said...

@Derek:
*Slurp slurp*

zerachiel said...

pineapples, lemon and lime makes it sweet...
coffee makes it bitter...
dairy products make it salty...

a slice of pineapple a day, makes it yummy ;)

William said...

@Zerachiel:
I don't think one slice a day mixed with all the rest of the things we eat will enhance the flavour drastically.