Went to midvalley with mum for some shopping. Somehow, we reached there kinda late, so we went for dinner instead. Tried out Ying Ker Lou @ The Gardens Mall which serves Hakka cuisine.
The interior and exterior are quite unique. It gives a back to kampung feel.
Hakka Pounded Tea. This is mum's all time favourite. Healthy food yo! She commented that the tea here is much more better than those that she had tried.
I tried the handmade pan mee which is also my favourite. I can't live without pan mee you see. hah! This is also the best I've tried so far. It's smooth and it's thin! Unlike some others pan mee, the flour noodles are very thick.
So yeah, overall thumbs up for the food and the prices are quite reasonable. The food came kinda slow because it's a Saturday night and there's so many people, but the waiter and waitress are very friendly. Will definitely pay another visit to this restaurant and try some other food they serve. :)
The Harry Potter craze had been around for a decade and it's still going on. Today, am going to tell you Harry Potter and me. When I was 11 years old, my bro bought me the Harry Potter and the Philosopher's stone book as my birthday present. That was how I got to know about the existence of Harry Potter series. I tried very hard to read the book, but all I did was repeating reading the 1st chapter. No idea what it is about, I guess the language was a bit too difficult for me at that time. I was still all over reading Enid Blyton's book during the primary school years. So after watching the 1st Harry Potter movie, I managed to understand what was the whole book about and kept on reading. Just like all the other people, I was so into Harry Potter that I watched every movie, read every book of it. Then till the final chapter of Harry Potter, my bro bought me the book as birthday present again. Funny huh, he only bought me 1st and last book of Harry Potter. He did offered to buy the whole series as collection, why did I rejected. Regretful now. hah! Anyways, I still got to read them. Thanks to the library. :) He bought me the books, watched Harry Potter with me. So yeah, last week he brought me to watch part 2 of the deathly hallows. I think the story ended very good, and I love the happy ending. Harry Potter has taught me a lot indeed. From life & death, friendship, family, betrayal, loyalty. Lotsa life values we can learnt from the Harry Potter series. Harry Potter is an unique series and there's no other series like Harry Potter!