Sweet and yummy waffles at Wafflemeister

Two words, Belgian Waffles! 

After dinner with the fam-bam at Umai-ya, our nosed lead us to Wafflemeister because everybody should have dessert after dinner right? But really you can smell the sweet warm waffles from about 5 stores away!

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Looking good!


waffles wafflemeister KLCC
My little sister just likes her stuff plain with a light drizzle of honey. But it’s pretty good if you like simple desserts!


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Strawberry Heaven
I love this! I think strawberries and cream will always be a winning combination. The tart strawberries just balances out the sweetness of everything else.


macadamia gelato waffles wafflemeister KLCC
Dream Team
You get to pick which gelato that you want on top of the waffle. We went for the Macadamia gelato. You can add on more waffle toppings at a price.
I like the freshly made waffles here! It’s more denser than the waffles you can get in Inside Scoop so you get more texture out of it. The waffles are pricey with a price range of above RM12 if I’m not mistaken. But one piece of it could satisfy your sweet tooth portion of your belly nicely!
KL rates:
Food- 7/10
Price- Average, about RM10 above
Service- 6/10
Variety- 7/10
Level 3, Suria KLCC
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Dad took this decent picture because my mum failed several attempts at it but yup, practice makes perfect!

A late birthday roundup (Three restaurants)

Here’s my birthday roundup last year because we’re already in 2015. I didn’t make any resolutions last year and usually people would be reflecting on their 2014 and what not but I’m going against the current.

I did an early celebration together with the familia to celebrate my dad’s birthday and mine. The beau treated the family to a Japanese A la carte Buffet at Mitasu Japanese Restaurant, Central Plaza. He’s officially a senior citizen so he can take advantage of the privileges like how he was able to get the Senior Citizen rate for his meal! 😛

Mi familia! 🙂


KL rates:
Food- 7/10
Price- About RM56 per person for Lunch
Service- 5/10
Variety- 7/10

Wrong move for us for taking the lunch buffet because I think they were being stingy with certain items on the menu, especially the Butter Fish sashimi. The few times we ordered about 12 pieces, they only brought 6 pieces out. I think dinner would be a better option.

For more information, check out their Facebook.

B-01 , Central Plaza , No.34, 
Jalan Sultan Ismail , 50250 Kuala Lumpur.
Operating Hours:
Mon – Fri:
6:00 pm – 10:00 pm
Public Holidays & Weekends:
12:00 pm – 3:00 pm & 6:00 pm – 10:00 pm

Then, on my birthday, the beau and I had dinner at The Red Herring for some simple homey French food with a local touch, as the chef is Malaysian.

Casual OOTD wearing Dimia Top from Doublewoot, Red Shoulder Bag from Zara, Paisley shorts from G2 and Gold sandals from Ipanema.


We ordered the Salmon Pate (RM15.90) as a starter. The warm bread was crisp on the outside and soft inside which tastes delish with the cool pate, filled with generous amount of salmon flesh with little seasoning to let the salmon flavour be the star.


My favourite dish was the Pork Chops (RM32.90) and we think it’s the best dish as well! Marinated in wine and garlic, the chops were flavourful and seared to perfection because it was still juicy on the inside! I’ll come back for this for sure!


The beau had the Bouef Bourguignon (RM48.90) which is beef chunks braised in red wine served with a side of mash potatoes. This was a bit bland and the beef was not as tender as it’s suppose to.


There was only one dessert on the menu which is the Tarte Tartin (RM12), a traditional apple tart. It was too tarty for me and the crust was lumpy because of the apple juices.


We suggest to have it with ice-cream to balance out the tartness, which you can add on for about RM3 if I’m not mistaken. It was way nicer and easier to eat with ice-cream.


KL rates:
Food- 8/10
Price- Average, about RM15 above
Service- 7/10 
Variety- 6/10

For more information, check out their Facebook or drop them an email at theredherringkl@gmail.com .

M-1-16 Plaza Damas, Jalan Sri Hartamas 1
Kuala Lumpur.
Operating Hours:
Mon – Thu:
5:00 pm – 11:00 pm
11:30 am – 3:00 pm
5:00 pm – 11:00 pm
11:00 am – 3:00 pm
5:00 pm – 11:00 pm
11:00 am – 3:00 pm

Lastly, the girls planned a surprise brunch at Acme Bar and Coffee and that time the restaurant was decked in pretty Christmas decor with a festive menu to boot!

I can’t help it, I love chai latte. Topped with loads of cream, it’s even better!


I had the Baked Eggs which was ok, I just wish the portion is bigger and there’ll be more veges underneath the eggs.


The beau had some seafood fettucini which had some curry flavour but it was a little bland too.


Spoiled Rainbow fruit cake anyone? The cake smelled and tasted weird and I know we should have complained but we were too disappointed to care. I guess the cake spoiled as it was not kept in a fridge.


I guess we’re not going back there anymore for meals because it’s just not worth it. Environment-wise, it is great but if only the food quality is on par.


Anyway, I’m grateful to have this bunch of crazies as my best friends who knows that I have a blackhole for a stomach.


KL rates:
Food- 4/10
Price- About RM18 above for meals
Service- 5/10
Variety- 7/10

More info on their website or drop them an email at mailbox@acmebarcoffee.com .

Ground Floor at The Troika, 
Persiaran KLCC, 50450 Kuala Lumpur.
Operating Hours:
Mon – Thu:
11:00 am – 12:00 am
11:00 am – 1:00 am
9:30 am – 1:00 am
9:30 am – 12:00 am


South Korea Part 2

I love Jeju, the air is fresher, less traffic and it’s more calm compared to busy Seoul. I can even imagine myself retiring there in a cottage with a garden outside, growing my own herbs and all. We got a good look at what Jeju has to offer at Seongsan Sunrise Peak!



Climbing the hill was a great exercise but damn, it was chilly! The winds were so strong! Didn’t make it to the peak because I’m old and the wind was not helping too.


Bundled up!
Tried the caramel latte from Angel in-us Coffee and it was so good! Even the cup’s design is pretty neat! Too bad we didn’t get to try other local coffee joints! 🙁
Also, there’s a snack that looks like a round ball, made with sesame seeds with a red bean filling which is apparently, a delicacy only found at the peak or Jeju so get it and make sure you check the expiry date before paying because when we brought ours back it was already expired. Shopping fail!
Our next pit stop was a tangerine farm! I was thinking pretty much about the scene from My Girl where Lee Da Hae was stealing tangerines from a farm which was also in Jeju Island! If only we visited the farm last because I would have bought a box of it back because I was hooked after having even the average grade from the farm! Juicy, refreshing and sweet, I was a convert! Since I couldn’t bring a box back, I made sure I drank as much as juice  as I can since you can only get in Jeju. Plus, there was even a Jeju mineral water!


Oh Jeju tangerine, why are you not available in Malaysia?

Then, we visited the Seongup Folk Village, where we got a chance to see how traditional villages looks like and also they were hard-selling their traditional medicine too after we got a short tour around the village. Apparently, one of the villagers head had a horse so strong and fast that like a Ferrari and when the horse passed, they made medicine out of his bones which is said to be good for your bones. One of the hard-sell point. Those health products are too expensive for us young people to afford so I think most of us young ones tuned out.

OMG HAVE YOU EVER SEEN A BLACK PIG? OF COURSE NOT! It’s another delicacy here too. It’s really ironic how we ended up having black pork BBQ for lunch after seeing this cutie. I’m sorry for eating your cousin and I admit he tasted pretty good too, somehow it tasted healthier, not as streaky as it’s usual pink cousins. I’m sorry and RIP.

After stuffing ourselves, we head to the Ripley’s Believe It or Not! Museum! I have not been to the Malaysia’s branch in First World, Genting but I think they’ll both have similar exhibitions, I’m not sure. Apparently, we’re suppose to cover one floor of the museum only because the local tour guide was screaming at us to go back to the bus but I guess she gave up after seeing that most of us ignored her. -insert Success kid meme-

 I found the museum interesting with some freaky displays which has interactions options for visitors so that it’s not too boring. Would I go back? Nah, once was enough for me.


Wall-E will forever be one of my favourite movies. That movie has so much feels even when there’s no dialogue involved. Disney at it’s best!


A wooden carved Cinderella’s horse carriage.

To be honest, I was more excited to visit the Teddy Bear museum! All thanks to Goong/ Princess Hour, which is more widely used, this drama was one of the few K-dramas I watched back in high school which sort of made me go Korea-cray for a while. Thankfully the craze has died down since last year! Sadly, the museum was having some renovations done so most parts of the museum was closed. WHY??? T_T It’s was a downer because I didn’t get to see the Goong inspired teddies, which was the sole reason I am going to the museum.





Sorry to the museum staff because after taking pictures with my friend here, people started copying as well. I hope the bear is still in one piece. The place was packed with many people from different tour groups as well.


They see us rollin’, they hatin’~



Hermes bear!


Hera bear was wearing a tiara made from real diamonds that’s too heavy for her head.


Celebrity inspired bears!


 I said, I do because he offered to buy a Jeju orange plantation for me. Also the teddy bears sold at the gift store was expensive, like about RM100+ for a simple teddy bear. Thankfully, I’m not a collector so my fingers weren’t itching for it.

Next, we made our way to a cultural centre where we learned to make Kimchi! I definitely OD-ed on kimchi throughout the trip but not all the restaurants we went to has nice kimchi which was surprising because you expect Korean eateries to have way nicer kimchi than the imported ones and occasional handmade ones back here. Heck, some restaurant kimchi were so bad, I rather eat the ones we can get from the supermarket here.

Everything was already measured and prepared for us so we just need to slap on the gochujang mix onto the leaves and, fold it.


Too bad, we didn’t get to bring home the kimchi which we made. Another ridiculous reason. Apparently, they will ferment the kimchi which we have made and will package it and sell it. We got to try samples of ready-made ones though.


We adjourned downstairs to put on some hanbok to take pictures! I was a bit grumpy because I couldn’t get my kimchi and no one was there to teach us how to tie the dress so all of us was just tying it just to make sure it doesn’t fall off.



The beau tried on some emperor-esque robes so we look like his gisaengs right next to him.


DQ and I. I can’t remember how we started talking to each other but we both disliked a certain group and the local tour guide so yeah, that was our common ground. 😛

Before we headed off to dinner, we visited Yongduam Rock, a volcanic rock formation that resembles a dragon rising from the sea or something. Can you spot the dragon head?


Now would you look at that! Fresh abalone on top of ginseng chicken broth. It’s the perfect dish for winter, you get a whole chicken with a bowl of rice inside the soup, which already absorbed the healthy, hearty goodness of this herbal awesomeness! Too bad we couldn’t have extra abalone and soup.


Once we reached the hotel, we went out to explore the shops since it was our last night in Jeju. We popped by Coffine Gurunaru Cafe, which was right opposite our hotel. I ordered the hot milk chocolate, which I didn’t know, comes with a generous topping of whipped cream and chocolate buttons. It was a sweet, warm drink which only made me miss Jeju more. Plus, this cafe has wi-fi too, you just need to like their FB page. 😉



After checking out the next day, we flew back to Seoul. Had lunch at Dolphin Seafood Buffet which was not that amazing, heck, there wasn’t much seafood to begin with and there were some drama at the buffet line too, thankfully, it didn’t involved our group. Then, we were brought to a duty-free beauty shop that’s especially for tourists that was selling things from UGB and other brands which were not that cheap, about 25,000 won at least. Not many of us bought things from the shop, but I bought a bb cream puff and a sleeping mask from Nuganic, which was so good that I am very upset that I couldn’t get it anymore. So, the local tour guide was criticizing the more commercial brands such as Etude House and The Face Shop the whole way saying that we youngsters are paying for things that are not good for our skin compared to the ones being sold in the duty-free shop. Annoying much? Then, we made a stop to a seaweed factory (SEAWEED FOR THE WIN!!!), that’s where we went cray. I think we bought more than 15 packs of seaweed in assorted flavours. Later, we visited the Han River.



Pretty cool street art murals under the bridge!


We then got a chance to make our own bread before we head on board of the Han River cruise to catch the Pang Show.


My breads look decent compared to the beau’s. 😛


Pang Show is definitely more catered to kids because it was boring to me. All the acting and exaggerating actions were a bit over the top because it’s a non-speaking performance. So most of us went out of the room to explore the ship and catch the beauty that Han River has to offer.




After standing outside of the ship and freezing our butts off, we got off and I immediately got myself a Citron hot tea from The Caffe which was nearby.


Collected our breads as well!


Dinner time! We’ve been eating a lot of stews throughout the trip.


The famous shopping centre, Doota where the products are mostly mid-range to high-end priced. Not for us young folks who are strapped on cash and we were only given 2 hours to shop (UGH!). Luckily, DQ and her sister knew about the cheaper and more street market type of shopping mall which was right beside Doota so we headed there asap. There, you can actually put your bargaining skills to the test because they will not make it cheap easily. Due to time constraints, I only managed to get a knitted lace crop top and then we had to rush back to the side entrance of Doota to regroup. Then, we zoomed off to Dong Dae Mun street for while.

We checked into COATEL Chereville located in Gangnam, where we will be staying for 2 nights. It’s a pretty spacious boutique service apartment with amenities such as a kitchen, washing machine and a dryer too.

See that maroon bag over there? That’s our seaweed stash!




Each room has their own WiFi password as well. It’s my first time staying in this type of hotel so it’s something different.


The following day, we visited the Ginseng factory, where obviously they were hard-selling their ginseng products which were out of our buying range, only aunties and uncles were convinced and has the card to pay the high price. Local tour guide was persuading us young people to share and get a box of ginseng to nibble on but yeah, she gave up.

After the ginseng factory, we headed to the Amethyst factory then the Cordyceps factory. We managed to get some cheap amethyst keychains as souvenirs but cordyceps were expensive as well so sthat was a waste of time for us.


Beef stew for lunch! Om nom nom!

Best timing ever, was the moment our bus stopped outside Gyeongbok Palace and it started snowing!!!

I guess it was suppose to rain but since it was cold, rain turned to snow!


I guess I can say that my Zara coat, is sorta snowproof?
Imagine walking into the palace grounds and see this accidental but beautiful snowy addition to the scenery? It was breathtaking!



It kinda makes you feel like you stepped into another world.


We visited the National Folk Museum which was inside the palace grounds. Another speed through tour thanks to the tour guide who saw her favourite group was sleeping through her explanations, like literally dozing off in public.


Frozen lake surrounds the pretty pavilion.




We managed to catch a glimpse of the changing of the guards session before being shooed onto the bus by the frantic local tour guide.

We were then dropped off at Lotte Duty-Free Mall, where most of us bought loads of beauty products for family and friends. Warning, the Laneige counter is one of the most crowded so be prepared to wait a while. I was looking for the 3CE shop but I couldn’t find it until the last minute as we were leaving the mall. Then, we had to gather at Myeongdong. I’ll be back for 3CE one day! So we got about 3 hours to shop around Myeongdong and we saw signs to a Dog Cafe so once we reach the cafe, we were greeted by a unhappy-looking waiter which didn’t even allow us into the cafe so that just gave us a really bad impression if it wasn’t enough already. Shopping was so much better here, loads of accessories shop selling affordable earrings, necklaces and phone accessories. My younger sister went cray cray at the Innisfree shop. Also, entered a Missha shop and the salesgirl gave me a basket with a free mask but seeing that I didn’t buy anything, she immediately took the mask with the basket away from me with a sour face. Great customer service.

On a happy note, I had some really nice udon with spicy mandu! The kimbap was not bad too. If memory serves me right, this shop is called Mandu. Randomly, stumbled upon while exploring the busy streets of Myeongdong.

Back to the hotel after our shopping escapade and spent the whole night packing! We bought a lot of mask and beauty products that even our luggage is filled to the brim.

On the last day, we headed to a Chinese food buffet for breakfast. Apparently (somehow I think I overused this word for this two post. My apologies because I can’t help being sarcastic.), it’s one of the best places for chinese food according to the local tour guide. She must really have bad taste in food because it was bad, hence, no pictures. After that, we headed to Sinchon Lady’s Street where all the women universities are. We didn’t realize that the certain group was debating with the tour guides to just head straight to the airport because one of them wanted to have more time to shop at the airport’s duty-free. -_- Luckily, the local tour guide was not stupid so she finally let us off the bus after wasting everybody’s time. We were at the street pretty early so many of the shops were not open yet but we managed to do some last minute shopping.

Our last pit-stop was the wholesale mall selling local-made products. Boy, that place is mayhem! Packed with so many tourists who were fighting like cats and dogs for biscuits and chocolates. We bought two copper pots, ramen, brownie cakes, tea for me of course and more snacks! There will be people helping to pack your items into boxes to survive the plane ride back. Had another bad experience with a certain bunch of tourists from a certain big country. To be honest, tourists from that country put quite a damper on the trip too whenever they’re around.

Then, it was to the airport, too bad we couldn’t extend the trip to travel more by ourselves because we haven’t seen everything. What made me pissed was that the local tour guide was passing out feedback forms to each group and stood by to make sure that we feel bad and give her our dishonest review about her. She’s one sneaky b**** because she passed the form to the most blur person in my group which is the beau so the beau had to give her good reviews even when she has done nothing good. So frustrated, I would have given her really LOW and BAD marks if I had that form.

Had lunch at Lotteria before checking in. It’s like the healthier version of Mcdonald’s. It was a nice goodbye meal before flying back to KL. In conclusion, I will never ever want to see the local tour guide and that kinda of family ever again. I think I can never travel in group tours. Yes, it’s great that accommodations, food and main tourist attractions are all settled but it’s always a rush, there’s no flexibility, you meet stupid people and you can’t extend your trip. So are you a fan of group tours or making your own travel plans?

South Korea Part 1

Ahnyeong! This is going to be a late/throwback post because I traveled to South Korea with my sisters and beau last December, while we’re hitting December in another 2 months! Also I went to Macau earlier this year too so another late/throwback post will be coming!

Back to my South Korea trip, we took the 8D, 6N Seoul/Jeju Island + Yongpyong Ski Resort+ Hot Spring Water Park package from Golden Destinations. The thing about traveling in a group is that you’ll meet a certain people that would take advantage of the trip by sticking to the local tour guide like glue so that the guide will listen and do what ever they want. Maybe we’re just unlucky that our batch has that particular group and a very biased local tour guide who’s clearly full of herself and loves people with money. I would love to mention the name of the tour guide but heck, it’s just going to give more publicity to someone who doesn’t deserve it. Other than that, it was an ok trip, I think I should have spoken out about those occasions but anyhow, I will definitely be more alert if I ever go on group tours like these again. I’m not going to let these people ruin the trip for others for their own selfish reasons. Also, CAN LOCAL TOUR COMPANIES START HAVING ENGLISH-SPEAKING TOURS BECAUSE THERE ARE A NUMBER OF PEOPLE WHO ARE NOT PROFICIENT IN THE CHINESE LANGUAGE, PLEASE AND THANK YOU!

Exhausted and hungry from the traveling. I got to use my Slytherin scarf as well, finally!


Seeing snow the moment we left the airport, it was magical to us tropical folks! Along with the white smoke that comes out when you breath and speak!
Our first meal was at this restaurant and it was Dak Gal Bi which was a great start! A restaurant where different tour groups will dine at too.
 The itinerary changed because there was some protest happening in the city when we arrived so we headed to Nami Island first! Cue the Winter Sonata theme song!


Whaddup or more like whatchu lookin at!


 There was a lot of art sculptures that you could find around the island so plenty of photo ops!


Our Winter Sonata moment under the trees!


I don’t know what this was but it looks like some fertility sculpture to me.


When there’s a wide and snowy space, you gotta try jump shots!

 After Nami Island, we visited Mt. Sorak National Park and Sinheungsa Temple but it was already dark so we didn’t take much pictures but it was freezing cold! Then, we made our way to Daepohang Port before we head off to dinner.



 Sad part was we were not having dinner at these seafood stores, it was just a short pit stop. Dear tour companies, please do dinners in fisherman markets like these for us foodies sake! I really wanted to taste them fresh seafood! 🙁 In the end, we bought some dried fish snacks that the local guide was raving about, it was good dried fish, I give her that! Toast it a little at the oven and chew on its sweetness like the samples given by the shopkeeper.
 Also opposite the wet market was this stall selling deep fried seafood and there was a long line for it so us starving people lined up in the cold just to get a taste of juicy tentacles and oysters! It was a satisfying pre-dinner meal!
 Dinner was some good ol’ Korean BBQ! I think we’re the only group who always ask for refills on side dishes and soup and, we always almost finish to finish our meal. Eat as much authentic food here while you can yo!
Then we made our way to our first accommodation, Seorak Pine Resort. It was a unique resort because there were no beds, just a wide, warm heated floor where you can put some thin mattresses as your bed for the night. I put like two layers of it and slept like a baby because it was pretty comfy. Also, we raided the mini mart.


Yes, I was already stuffed from the BBQ dinner but I got hooked by the packaging. It wasn’t much to rave about because it’s a ‘healthy’ instant noodle.


Next day, we packed and then headed to Daewallyeong Sheep Ranch to try our hand in making cheese!

Add some edible flowers first in a cheese cloth covered tin.


The lady in green was the owner of the ranch and she was really entertaining! She even gave us a bag of corn chips before we left! 🙂


Gotta filter the cheese from the bubbles.



Our finished product! It was a light cheese, that went well with red wine and eaten with some corn chips with jam or just dipped in salt.


So good!!! Cravings!!!



Apparently, you need to pay if you want to take pictures of the sheep. -_-lll

After munching on cheese and wine, we got to check into our second hotel, Yongpyong Ski Resort, one of the famous ski resorts in the area. We stayed for a night in this cozy and I think pricey resort. Also, we had to pay for our ski equipment rentals which was not cheap.

 Can I just say, I love my rainbow pants? Picked up our gear before heading off to lunch!


Warm stew to fuel us up for our ski session!


Here comes the ridiculous part, we only got to ski for 2 hours. Why? Cause a certain group wanted to leave early to do god knows what. Skiing is not easy, heck it took a few of us, at least an hour just to not slide down the slope without bumping into other people because it was so crowded there. It’s even difficult to remove the ski shoes.



We took the cable car to the top to see the awesome views!


After returning from our super short ski session, we were rushed again to change to get to the Yongpyong Hot Spring Water Park, which was walking distance from the hotel. Now public baths are not new to me so I was ok with going commando as long as it is gender separated spa rooms, just like the locals but a lot of them from the tour group were uncomfortable. We only have a small towel to cover the lady bits so lots of avoiding eye contact and pretending you didn’t see anything.
The water park inside was just alright, nothing to rave about because most of the slides were for kids, there’s a wave pool and the water is warm. There was a few young and cute Korean lifeguards as well around the water park, much to my sister’s delight. In the spa area, there was a steam room, sauna and pools with different temperatures and a bunch of shower sections. A vanity area with hair dryers and a few beauty products was provided as well. I like going to baths like these because I feel more rejuvenated and my skin will be glowing from the hot spring water. 🙂
It was about -10 degrees Celsius that night but it was nice to walk around the resort grounds after to feel the super cold air.


Loads of people skiing at night as well.

The next day, we were headed to Seoul to visit Lotte World, the place is packed like sardines because of the holidays. Also we only had 3 hours to enjoy Lotte World, another ridiculous time duration given for a very packed theme park. We only managed to sit one ride and the ride took 1 and a half hour of queuing time and it only lasted for 1 minute. However, it was entertaining to see local high school girls being very vain that they hold a handheld mirror and touch their hair and face every 10 seconds. Sad to see, girls growing up in this kind of society. 🙁



Jajang myun! My love! So good! Our tour leader recommended us to get this from the food court and we weren’t disappointed.





So after 3 hours, we were rushed off to the 63 Building where there was Sea World, an observatory and a wax museum. Oh, the local tour guide only let us step at the entrance of  Sea World and then she pushed us to go to the observatory, which is ridiculous again, she was even annoyed when some of our tour members went deeper into Sea World because she had to go rush them out. Oh, just typing these out just enraged me.


We were one of the ones who went deeper to see more of Sea World because we paid for it.



We’re ended at the observatory which the local tour guide expected us to just breeze through the exhibition that was going on which was about The Beatles.


 Sorry but The Beatles are a legend and they deserve time. So a few of us took our sweet time much to her and a certain groups dismay.


The wax museum was next and the wax figures there were not as good as Madame Tussauds, sadly. I think this was one of the ok looking ones there.

So that night after we had dinner, we flew on Jin Air to Jeju Island. I seriously love this plane, for one they serve a cup of tea even when the flight is only an hour, the stewardess wears a hair barrette that bears the airline’s logo which is a butterfly which I wanted one too and the seats were not too crammed and there are pretty stewardess too! We checked into Jeju New Crown Hotel which we stayed for 2 nights. The rooms we got were normal twin bed rooms and breakfast was provided in the hotel the following day.

The Mysterious Road/ Ghost road because you feel like you’re going uphill when the bus was actually going downhill. It has to do with the growth of the surrounding trees on the road that gives some optical illusion.


This cute lil pup actually came to greet us before we went up the bus after looking at the Mysterious Road. So cute but too bad we couldn’t bring it with us. 🙁

So I’ll continue my Jeju adventures in the next post! Watch out for that! 🙂

Also, my instant white coffee gave this face today after I stirred it! Thanks for the pick me up! 😛


I’m not feeling 22, the birthday roundup

Seriously, I can’t believe I’m 22 already! I still feel like 21 but I took a reality check after my birthday. No big celebrations this year and I didn’t feel like doing anything big. Maybe cause I’m growing too old for those sweet 16-esque/ big ol’ 21 kind of parties. Anyhow, I was happy to celebrate it later with my family and close friends! 🙂

Also I should be hunting for jobs like all the others who already has stable job and income (peer pressure level: HIGH) but travel plans are on the way! I will jet-setting to the land of K-pop and K-dramas, South Korea with my lil sisters and the beau on the 21st this month until the 29th so I’M GOING TO BE SPENDING CHRISTMAS THERE, LIKE OMG *CUE* WINTER SONATA SCENE! I’M SO EXCITED~ AND I JUST CAN’T HIDE IT~

So the familia and I had dinner at Fresca Mexican Kitchen and Bar since they have never been there before. I had the Grilled Chicken and it was delish though the rice was a bit burned since the plate was sizzling hot so it was still cooking. It was my second time dining there since the first time was during KL Restaurant Week 2013 and I really liked the course they created. I should blog about it soon cause it was ages ago. After dinner we went to watch Catching Fire. It was the second time I’m watching it but I still love it! Really good movie that is a must watch for everyone!

Then I got surprised by the besties the following week. I thought it was just going to be a dinner with the beau at BLACKmarket but the whole group was there so their surprise worked!

Seriously, they just have to spell out Kraken instead of my name. -_-lll  I wanted to take the bunny bowl where they serve their tiramisu (tasted ok but I have tasted better ones elsewhere) in but I resisted. It’s a very cute bunny bowl and I wonder where I can get my hands on it the legal way. Food wise, the food was just meh. It claimed to be serving semi-fine dining food but from the food presentation and taste itself, it was more of a cafe-style food. Environment wise it was semi-fine dining, I give them that. I think that’s because it’s right next to C.A.F.F.E.I.N.E.E.S and owned by the same family too.

My Grilled Pork with Red Wine sauce. The sauce was ok but I expected the pork to be more flavourful and the sides to be more interesting than the typical potato salad. With a price above RM20 for a main, I don’t think it’s worth it.

We headed to C.A.F.F.E.I.N.E.E.S anyway after dinner and we chilled a bit over there. It gets super crowded around 10pm with loads of people having drinks while they shisha the night away. Their potato wedges with sauce was good, especially the sauce! I ordered a glass of wine cause I wanted to try out one of the Muscat wine I saw in their wine menu.

Me likes this wine! Though I was a lil tipsy after that glass which was RM25. Well, at least I found another alcoholic drink that me likes. I find the menu here more interesting as well. Will come back to try out the mains and etc.

My beau and my love. 🙂


Thank you my dears for the surprise and the dinner and the gifts! I love ya long time! I’ll post of a review of what they got for me in another post cause it’s so pretty that it deserves a post of its own.

Third round is with the Karats family and we had dinner at Dancing Fish. The food here is like the usual ordering dishes to share, accompanied with a bowl of rice each. The dishes were not bad but still can’t be compared to the ones you can get at coffee shops which are tastier and cheaper too. However, I love that they have Paku stir fry. You rarely find restaurants which have supply of Paku.

The cakes were from Just Heavenly. Apple Crumble, Tiramisu (Is it me or does everyone buy tiramisu cakes for birthdays? I guess it’s one of the safe options!) and Chocolate cakes which was wiped cleaned at the end. So yes, the cakes were heavenly! I wish I could bake delicious cakes like that! Shall keep baking on until I get better!

Thank you for the dinner and earrings, my dear Karats! Had some wine and was tipsy also. Clearly, I can’t drink to save my life. My parents should have trained me when I was younger. I could have drank more and still be able to think normally.

I’m happy that I was well-fed during my birthday!