Time flies and now, both had grown up and are independent to do many things on their own. I can have some peace of mind sometimes, but most of the time, they still do drive me crazy !
|Birthday boy @ 7th Sept, Birthday girl @ 12 Sept. Sharing a glass of sundae makes them so happy !|
|Charcoal chicken burger|
|Nasi Lemak House @ Puchong|
They have sets which comes with a bowl of 'ling chee kang', but I find the dessert too sweet. Otherwise, this bowl of goodies are loaded with lots of ingredient.
Our 2nd stop was at Puchong Setia Walk. We wanted to redeem free Giant Milk Tea for birthday boy but we were too early and the restaurant was not open yet. Hence, we hanged around taking photos at the garden before leaving to IOI Mall to visit the other branch.
|XJ, my little princess wannabe|
|YX & XJ with the Giant Milk Tea|
|Photo was taken after we scooped into the smaller cups|
|Bee-hive liked egg cakes|
The 3rd stop was still in Puchong. It was in the Boulevard Puchong for the famous Macau's Pork Chop Buns. It was packed with people and we had to wait for a few minutes before able to get a seat. The concept was similar to the fast food chain. We need to place our order over the counter and brings the food to our table.
|The Macau's famous pork chop is now in TOWN !|
We also had the polo bun pork chop and chicken wings noodles. The buns was nothing to shout about as there were no vegies or sauces in between the buns, but the noodles was the star. It was so fragrance and the texture was very Q. No wonder people always said Hong Kong had the best wantan noodles, ever !
Since everyone were stuffed to the brim, we proceeded to the Paradigm Mall. It was our first time there.
|Our first time here|
We just window shops and SIL bought a birthday cake for the kids.
|Delectable Chocolate Strawberry cakes|
|Sets of bear paw to choose from|
We lazed around at the Bear paw cafe and had the cake cutting sessions. It was raining at that time and we waited for the rain to slow down before heading back home.
|The Birthday boy & girl|
On the way back, we dropped by Kajang for their specialties claypot meals. It was our 5th meals that day. BIL who was working in Kajang brought us to this restaurant for their delicious spicy pork and peppery soup. Besides that, we had tofu and stir fried vegies.
|Claypot hot & spicy pork|
It was still raining and we really enjoyed the hot peppery soup under such weather. It was such a 'shiok' feelings !
|Claypot pepper soup|