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1…2…3… setting our little feet into the number TEN
Learning to love
Learning to treasure
Finally, when the question popped, a once-in-a-lifetime decision was secured.
Time to get real after a DECADE!
Here's some humble tips that we would love to share on what we did for our Registration of Marriage.
Even planning for a simple ROM could be mind-blowing but it's fun after all, especially when the hubby involved himself a lot in it.
♥ Pre-ROM ♥
#1 Save the Date
Decide on the venue for registration first so that you could plan ahead. We chose JPN Putrajaya and it would be best to drop by JPN to submit the forms at least a month earlier. They need at least 21 days ahead before your proposed date as your details/submissions need to be displayed for 3 weeks.
I love weekends! (non-working ones)
No early wakeup calls. No hectic jams.
And proper breakfast.
However, we would tend to leave out the neighbourhood and adjourn towards Serdang town or somewhere elses further for weekend breakfast as we would sometimes complain 'boring'. Until recently, Fook Mun Kee 福满记 came to the Equine Park neighbourhood bringing us another dining option. Unlike those typical kopitiams nestled with separate stalls, Fook Mun Kee specialized in a few specialities such as the Pork Rib Noodle, Hakka Mee, Curry Mee, Chicken Rice & a few others.
I was ranting to Chris about killing the boredom of having our katsudon norms (yes.. chicken and beef) at a Japanese restaurant when our partner-in-crime AiWei rang the bell of dining at Tonkatsu instead.
What's Tonkatsu とんかつ?
Lat's read along.
It's a breaded, deep-fried pork cutlet, sliced into bite-sized pieces. Usually eaten with cabbage slices and miso soup. Yes. It's pork!
We could have guessed many of you would be aware of the whereabouts of Tonkatsu.
The old time favourite that most people are never bored of.
It's almost a norm when it comes to ordering a plate of wantan mee upon entering kopitiams.
Be it during breakfast, lunch, dinner and perhaps supper?
What's more when the springy egg noodles is topped with juicy and succulent char siew (barbecued pork)? *drools*
Lucky us, we were surrounded with some goody goody fares of wantan mee like the tossed-up Char Siew Zhai, Cheras famous share at Jalan Kaskas, the celebrity char siew of Meng Kee, FSF…. there are just so many :)
Now comes along the hidden gem tucked along Old Klang Road, on the opposite road of Pearl International Hotel. At the end of the shoplots, you would spot this area with 2 stalls, selling Wantan Noodles and "Tai Chow" (Hokkien Mee, Fried Rice etc…). A white neon signboard that just exclaim the authentic flavours of Hokkien Mee and Wantan Noodles without names of the stall. However, this can be easily spotted. Just that parking could be a problem sometimes…
Well, we don't mind parking further… It's worth it :)
Not craving for "tai chow" (heard those are good too) that night...
We had their Wantan Mee - RM4.50 per plate
Springy egg noodles never disappoint us, no 'kan sui' (alkaline) taste, and of course, they blended very well with the black sauce tossed out by the chef. Tasty with a bit of sweetness from the char siew. We would recommend their “pun fei sau” (half lean, half fat). It could be more succulent and not too dry. Their char siew were not over-barbecued and the outer layer were coated with a thin layer of burnt caramel. Yum!
You could order a plate of just Char Siew alone if you wish too.
Wantan (Dumplings) wise, it was nicely wrapped, all plumped up with prawns and pork fillings. Broth to go with it were also tasty. So we bet their soup version of wantan noodles should be good too.
Jalan Klang Lama (Near to the Kuchai Lama junction)
58000 Kuala Lumpur
Business hours: 6pm - 3am daily
Drop by for dinner.. or maybe supper??
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