Sunday, February 28, 2016

My awfully large Sunday dinner

*shamelessly shared from my Instagram account

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Sorry to the college friends who swear by Big Hug. =/

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From Evercream Gelati.

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    1. Taste wise, it couldn't quite compare to the one I had in NightQuarter... but the portion's quite manageable.

      That was one of the heaviest dinner I had in years!

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  2. I'm gonna go get paella from the place of origin in a couple days time! :D

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    1. Omg, that's so tempting! =O Please, please do share your review of it when you're back. I'd love to hear if the ones we're eating here and in KL are just as authentic as the one in its place of origin. =P

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  3. Wow, looks like you were having a feast! xoxo

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    1. I was - until I almost induced a bout of stomach pain. >< I think I ate too much at one go, lol. Take care, dear. =)

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  4. there are two things here that i wanna eat - the paella and the fig-almond ice cream! :)

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    1. The owner who sells the fig-almond ice cream usually comes for the Adelaide Night Market, which will commence again sometime in spring. Oh, yes, you should try the paella by Comida in Central Market. I haven't tasted it myself, but I've heard rave reviews about it.

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  5. Everything looks so good! :)

    I miss Australia so much just from the photos here.

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    1. It's as tasty as it looks - though the non-alcoholic mojito and I didn't click very well. =/

      Well, you could always return to Australia for a visit...

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    2. I really want to! :)

      I should be planning for a trip back later this year, have to let my vacation warchest fill back up again since I spent quite a lot on my Hokkaido trip. I'm a little taken aback at how much I spent but a lot of it was due to the stuff I bought, chocolates like Kit Kat (where I spent over a thousand). I know, it's insane right? Haha.

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    3. Ah, that's true too. Inasmuch as vacation is good for the soul, it burns large holes in the wallet. *cringes* Whoa, wait, what? You spent a thousand ringgit on a pack of Kit Kats?! That's really a lot!

      But if I can offer a word of advice, keep track on the currency rate. =) It's been insane lately - to the point where I don't know what's influencing the sudden increase and decrease.

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    4. Yeah, I know right!

      We had to purchase a certain amount at Daimaru in order to use their storage facility. To be fair, it saved us a lot in luggage fees if we had rented a locker instead. It made for good gifts too and I like Kit Kats. Haha.

      I know right, USD is doing pretty well nowadays. I'm not sure what's going on too but I bought 1,000 USD coz the exchange rate is really good. I saved over RM 80 per USD 100 so that's RM 800+ saved vs if I had bought it 2 months ago. No kidding.

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