We had Nasi Ganja (Cannabis/Marijuana/Weed Rice) in Ipoh. Legendary tale has it that some Malay dudes in the month of Ramadan, during the daytime, when they were supposed to be fasting, chose not to fast, and made their way to this restaurant to buy rice. In Malaysia, there is a Religious Police Division which goes … Continue reading Marijuana Rice
Noticed a few of my non-malay friends who stay away from buying Nasi Padang as they are not sure how to go about doing it. Claims of my malay friend got more meat pieces and more discount. Claims of my food combination seems off. Claims of feeling overcharged are common. I will provide a few … Continue reading How to order Nasi Padang like that brader (A Beginners Level)
Interesting news article...who would have thought?Indonesia Appointed to Set International Standards on TempehIvan Dasa Saputra | March 22, 2012Read Jakarta Globe this morning and saw an interesting article, that Indonesia has been asked to draft out an international standard for tempeh, the soybean cake.(For those who don't know, tempeh is the soybean cake that normally accompanies … Continue reading Tempeh to have international standards
Finally we hit Nami Island aka Republic of Naminara. Looked forward to eat at the Drama Cafe on the island. We had trouble reaching there a few days ago, due to the shutdown of the old train services. A new line had in fact just opened on that day, and we did not understand the … Continue reading Seoul Day 8: Nami Island (Halal Drama Cafe)
We arrived last night by Cathay Pacific took the A21 City Bus,alighted at Nathan Road just opposite Masjid Kowloon. It was like a 50m walk and we checked into Hotel Benito. Since, it was late and we were only in the mood to stroll, we decided to check out the Avenue of Stars. The sky was hazy, … Continue reading Hong Kong Day 2: Ocean Park + halal Dim Sum
A heavy rainy Sunday. We took the tram to Spencer Street DFO. Ate halal kebab at the foodcourt overlooking the railway tracks of Southern Cross Station and Etihad Stadium.
After the lengthy overnight journey from Singapore & Pearl Jam euphoric concert the previous night, naturally we had trouble waking up this morning. It was noon by the time we saw the light. We took the tram from Flinders this time around and head off to the famous Queen Victoria Market. The weather was slightly … Continue reading Melbourne Day 2: Queen Victoria Market