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Monday, September 29, 2008

Hot Girls That I Take Picture with in Hennessy Artistry, Orange Club

Again thanks to Nuffnang and Hennessy VSOP, I got invited to the 4th Hennessy Artistry for me this year alone. This time the event is held in Orange Club, KL. Featuring Shayne Ward, Until June and The Dey. Honestly I have not idea who were they because when I go to club I just groove to the music and not the performer or the DJ :p and as in Hennessy Artistry, I go there for free booze and to camwhore with hot girls and cool guys there.

This time I wore blue Hawaiian shirt instead the normal red long sleeves shirt that I wore here, here, and here. KY even asked why am I not wearing that shirt. Ok long story short, time to introduce the girls I met there.

Ginny, always see her in most events I went too.

Kel Li that stay only for a short while and then hop to Euphoria.

Ah, the princesses, Princess Lady Jane & Princess Steph

Fireangel still burning hot.

Zoe Yve with her booze apple juice.

StephK, Sue and half hidden Zoe

Miss Wong Wenqi that went home very early that night.

Levy that just came back from Stylo in Singapore.

Olivia that I've met a few times already. It's fun to see familiar faces in event like this.

Rachel Haw's friend Amanda

Amanda's friend Rachel Haw. LOL.

Suanie, no introduction need right?

Elaine Chow

Elaine Daly

Adeline aka Babychyu and I didn't curl my hair. It's naturally curled when my hair is long.

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Amanda the Panda posing with a stolen hat.

This is Kwen, she's Adeline's friend from the Pepsi ads shoot in that has Louis Koo in it. Read more about it here.

FA's friend Jia-Li

Jia-Li's friend Novell

Nadia Ho.

Joyce was not there (very unusual, too many drinks yesterday in Clef & Cloth) so I took pic with her brother Nicholas. LOL.

Last but not least, the hottest girl or girls. Whatever.

That's about the girls I met that night. That's maybe only less than 10% of them lol. You guys want to see the cool guys I met? Maybe tomorrow.

Sunday, September 28, 2008

I Feel Like Dancing While Watching Mama Mia!

Simon Says: Happy 20th Birthday to you Amy! All the best in UK.

Thanks to Nuffnang, I get be one of the early batch of audience to watch Mama Mia! The Movie in GSC 1 Utama, simultaneously another session was on in Penang too. When I was young, I used to listen to aunt's ABBA's cassette. The catchy tune stayed in my head even after many years. Some of the most memorable songs are "Dancing Queen,", "Money, Money, Money", and of course "Mama Mia!".

Robb & Pinky managing the counter.

This is a fun movie to watch with Meryl Streep take the lead as Donna. She put up a great performance and even though she's not a professional singer, her singing is not bad at all. Her combination with her two supporting actress Julie Walters as Rosie and Christine Baranski as Tanya created a great chemistry as they were a band call Donna & the Dynammos in their younger days in the movie.

Donna & the Dynamos leading other women as they are singing Dancing Queen.

Some of the audience sang along with the character in the movie and as for me, I don't quite know the lyrics just sat there enjoying the movie. Until Donna and her two bff start to jam the song Dancing Queen, I have a hard time controlling my urge to stand up and dance to the music. Of course my logical mind was able to prevented me from making a fool out of myself in front of about 200 plus audience in the cinema.

Steph K with her mum.

Nicholas brought his client to watch the movie.

Donna's daughter Sophie is played by Amanda Seyfried. She's very cute by the way. Her singing is good too. I really like her singing "I Have A Dream" in the opening and ending which is so calming.

Min Li and Aronil takes time off from their busy acting job to catch the movie.

Overall all the other actors play their part very well except for some downside when ex-James Bond Mr. Pierce Brosnan open his mouth and sing solo. It nearly spoiled my mode to continue watching the movie. Inside me I have the urge to want to shout "Shut up already".

Mike with his new toy.

Zoe is another good daughter that brought her mum here.

In short, this is a very entertaining movie for the whole family and for people around my age or older (those growing up listening to ABBA) to have a nostalgic moment. If you go to the box office and can't decide which movie to choose, well this is the first choice you should choose.

Rating: 4.5/5

The secondary purpose of me coming here is to camwhore with PamSong. Mission accomplished.

Other bloggers that I met on that day are Julian Hopkins, ST, Kimberly, Joshua, Soon Seng, Ginny, Yee Hou, Ren, Kate, Hikaru, Yatz, David, Hsu Yen and Thomas. For those that I've missed your name please forgive me because there's just too many people there that day.

More pics here.

Saturday, September 27, 2008

Chili Pan Mee @ Super Kitchen Retaurant

Simon Says: Happy Birthday to Victoria and my cousin in HK Keith. Tomorrow is Amy's birthday.

Another lunch series with my colleague. In morning shift the only day that we drive out to look for food is the shift on Sunday because I can park our cars for free in the car park outside HP Tower. I think the car park belongs to HELP college :p

So, at lunch time we drove ourselves to Jalan Tuanku Abdul Rahman and get ourselves a fix on Chili Pan Mee. Kin Kin is always stuffy, slow service, bad attitude, and unhygienic. We prefer to go to Super Kitchen located in the opposite of Kin Kin.

Super Kitchen, a much better environment than Kin Kin.

Honestly for me, I can't really tell the different between the Chili Pan Mee in Super Kitchen and Kin Kin but some people still have the mind set that the founder is always better. The only slight different that I notice is that the dried chili in Super Kitchen has a bit of burnt taste while the one in Kin Kin don't have. The pan mee in Super Kitchen is slightly thicker and firmer than Kin Kin and Super Kitchen give a slightly bigger portion. From reading other blog post about Super Kitchen, I found that Super Kitchen is the preferred place to eat chili pan mee for most bloggers.

A jar of dried chili that we're addicted to.

Apart from the environment, another advantage to eat in Super Kitchen is the variety choice of other food that you can choose if you're not in the mood for chili pan mee. My personal favourite will be the Drunken Chicken Mee Suah, even better if you eat it during cool weather. For those of you that doesn't like ginger or Chinese rice wine then this dish is not for you. The curry mee here also not bad. There's also Cantonese fried noodle, gu loh yoke rice, and etc.

Pork balls soup which is served together with the chili pan mee dry version. Yupe, there's soup version here. Unlike Kin Kin the pork balls soup is served only like you almost finish your pan mee.

A standard dry pan mee with the fried anchovies, minced pork and an egg that is boiled until the egg white cook but not the egg yolk.

Put in 3 big spoon of the special dried chili flakes and voila...

Mix it all up and we got a very addictive and delicious bowl of chili pan mee.

One bowl is not enough!

Rating: 4/5

After the hot and spicy chili pan mee, it's always good to down it with a glass of cool Lime & Sour Plum juice.



Restoran Super Kitchen
33, Jalan Dewan Sultan Sulaiman 1
Off Jalan T.A.R
50300 Kuala Lumpur
Tel: 03-26970998

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Restoran Super Kitchen, Kota Damansara
Near Pappa Kopitiam and Opposite Damansara Pan Mee In Dataran Sunway, Kota Damansara

Restoran Super Kitchen, Kepong
Jalan Metro Perdana 8
Taman Usahawan Kepong, Kuala Lumpur.

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Thursday, September 25, 2008

Bubba Gump Shrimp Co., The Curve

Simon Says: Happy Birthday to Angel Yee today, and to Cherie, Holly and Evon tomorrow on Friday.

Last Monday I was able to get hold of the long time MIA Babychyu that haven't updated her blog for almost two months now due to her move to work in Klang Valley. She just settled in her rented place and now busy with her work already. I asked her out for dinner and we chose to meet in the Curve.

Met up with Chyu and we haven't decided where to eat. Crossed Kim Gary out because we're kinda bored with it already. So, I took the decision to dine in Bubba Gump Shrimp Co., which I read about it in few food blogs but still haven't try it out yet.

My Mango Sparkler with Mango, Lemonade, Orange Juice and Lemon-lime. Chyu say it tasted like pineapple.

At first we sat inside, after a while we felt that it is quite stuffy like there's no air-con or any wind blowing in. So, we shifted our place to the balcony. Much better.

When we're still inside.

Chyu taking picture of the menu for reference.

You'll see this bucket on every table. Which consists of the roll of tissue paper, ketchup, malt vinegar, Tabasco sauce, and wet tissues. Some of the food here needs you to get your hand dirty, that's why the big roll of tissue.

The FOC Jacob biscuit while you're waiting for the food. It's before buka puasa time and the waiter asked us whether we were Muslim before we order lol.

This is our first time here, so the waiter explained to us the use of the road sign on the table.

This means to tell the staff to run away we don't need any service lol.

This means to that we need to be serve by a staff and ask them to come over.

While waiting for our food. Take pictures lor.

My mama always says, "Life is like a box of chocolate, you'll never know what you gonna get."

Chyu never heard of Forrest Gump before when I tried to explain the concept of this restaurant is based on the company that Forrest Gump setup as a promised to his best friend Bubba in the movie. I don't blame her though, she might only be still in primary school when the movie

Cajun Shrimp

Started off with succulent shrimps stir-fried with olive oil and garlic and some other stuffs that I don't remember lol. This dish is nice. The shrimp is so succulent-ly fresh that it literally bounce in my mouth when I bite into it. The garlic bread that comes with is is also very rich with garlic butter. Now I know why some foodies like it that much.

Rating: 4/5

Camwhored with the shrimps wtf.

Run Chicken Run

Basically it's diced chicken salad in balsamic vinegar with olive oil salad dressing and a bit of cheese. The portion is quite big. Tasted normal for me but Chyu say it taste weird. Maybe she's not used to this kind of salad dressing (Thousand Island kind of people). The apple gives the salad a fresh taste. In the end, I'm the only one finishing this up as Chyu only took a few bites. Need not to say that there's quite a bit of leftover.

Rating: 2.5/5

Captain's Fish & Chip

The fish is fresh and the batter is not too thick. Taste great when eaten with the Malt Vinegar that sits in the bucket. The chips also not bad but we can't finish them because I have to finish the salad and Chyu is not a big eater. Next time I'll skip the salad. One question though, isn't it not very healthy to serve food on a piece of paper printed with words?

Rating: 3/5

Sprinkle this on the fish and voila.

Chyu with her chip.

Camwhoring starts again after dinner.

As with any other American themed restaurant, there's memorabilia for sale.




Overall, the food here is not bad at all. There's still some other dishes that I want to try. So, will make a return trip here later. Anyone want to join me?


The Curve, Lot 145,
1st Floor,
No. 6, Jalan PJU 7/3,
Mutiara Damansara,
Petaling Jaya, Malaysia.

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