♫ 王力宏 - 依然爱你
Note: If you want to read more of my previous posts on the Malaysian Petroleum Club (MPC), they're HERE in my old blog. Also, this is a pic-heavy post. Click on the collages to view larger images. :)
So, two weeks back my dad decided to treat my newlywed cousin and some close relatives to have dinner at the MPC's Chinese restaurant. The last time I was there, I was totally hooked by the cod steamed in soy sauce, so this time I was really looking forward to it, as well as the tasty prawns in oats. :)
|Nyehehehe round table photo (but blur pic T_T)|
|Everything was served on Noritake china. O_o|
Simple food, buy boy did it taste great! The cod fish was just as delicious as I remembered it, and even though the prawns were smaller, the amount they gave us more than made up for the size. The kai-lan was fresh and crisp, which went really well with the prawns. The chicken was nice and crispy, with the Thai chilli sauce giving it a spicy, tangy flavour, while the tofu was served with a generous amount seafood and gravy.
For dessert we had lotus paste "wo beng" (a type of crispy pastry) as well as sea coconut with longan and a hint of lemon. These two desserts complimented each other perfectly, and made a fitting ending to our lovely dinner.
After dinner, mum and I hung around the lounge area outside the restaurant while dad brought the others to take a look inside the Japanese restaurant. Took some snapshots while sitting around. Did I mention that I really love the night scenery from up here? :D
We went down one floor to the Bayan Bar to sit down and have coffee. Of course, before that, a visit to the luxurious study room. :)
|Leftovers from the other function's cocktail party, lol.|
|Part of the interior of Bayan Bar.|
|Coffee with a stick (literally!) of sugar.|
That's all for today. Till then, have a good weekend, everyone! ♥