Our 3rd day of Christmas spent with my parents, brothers, SIL and niece from Singapore was yet another day of feasting. From morning through midnight. Gawd, since the dinner on Christmas Eve, I have been feeling really bloated. Today is a day of dieting for me, where I steered clear of meat. I can't wait for school to reopen so that we will be back to reality --back to humble meals and back to my exercise regime.
If you are looking forward to read more on our girls, I apologize that lately, all my posts are on food and more food. My blogs are morphing into a food blog! It's the norm during the holidays :D Bear with me for just 1 more week ok! ;)
Morning of 27 December 2015 - big brother Ray bought breakfast of pan meen. Less than 2 hours later, we were on our way to Pik Wah (MABA House) Restaurant for lunch.
Below - the life 'Soon Hock' fish waiting to be slaughtered. I felt really dreadful for the fish that was still swimming in the ice box, awaiting death. I told everyone that one day, I will turn vegan or lacto-ovo vegetarian. That's for sure.
Below - Divine char siew, roasted to perfection (juicy, soft and toothsome!) and steamed free-range chicken....
Below - Fried rice with crispy silver fish, braised pork belly with salted fish in claypot and a vegetarian dish composed of lily bulbs, macadamia nuts, black fungus, lotus root, sweet peas, celery, bamboo shoots, water chestnut and carrots.
Below - spinach in superior soup and century eggs. Braised tofu, mushrooms, fish maw and siew pak choy.
Below - dessert of almond sweet soup and sweetened chilled longan and sea coconut.
After our delightful lunch, we went to the supermarket to shop for groceries and ingredients for the girls to make cup cakes for their daddy's early birthday celebration.
After shopping, the hubs suggested coffee and more desserts. Oh. My. Gawd! I looked like a 3 months preggers woman in her dress already!!
Your eyes will pop out soon when you see pix of our next indulgence!
Remember the previous time I blogged about the awesome pawsome desserts from this dessert cafe at Faber Towers and I had forgotten to snap a picture of the name of the cafe? Here you go...
We had a sweet time at SunConure Gateau after our heavy lunch...
These two sweet little girls will be the perfect ambassadors for the cafe!
SunConure's homemade walnut chocolate chip cookies are the bomb! They are really really addictive. When we went there the first time a month ago, we asked the owners if they sell their cookies but they said no. Now, they are for sale and my dad treated the girls to a canister of cookies. Thank you papa!
Snap a picture with SunConure's "Pavlova Christmas Tree" and share the picture on your Facebook page. Then tag SunConure on Facebook to earn yourself a slice of their delectable cake. Easy peasy right? We shared our pix on the spot and got treated to 2 slices of cake and a plate of walnut chocolate chip cookies!
After our heavy lunch and desserts and hardly any time for our innards to do their job to digest the food, we stuffed ourselves to another heavy dinner that night, at Naughty Nuri's. That was another meat-heavy meal but thoroughly enjoyable with loved ones. That will be in another post :)