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    CCC have you found a new strain of Ganja heads.

    bet the meal was wolfed.

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    You should be down Brickfields every meal of the day if you're in KL, Dil. Likewise, Little India if you're in Penang.

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    ^ I have tried both areas. Both a bit of a jaunt now.I haven't had much Indian food, thinking about it. Might have one for Sunday dinner delivered after the boxing

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dillinger View Post
    ^ I have tried both areas. Both a bit of a jaunt now.I haven't had much Indian food, thinking about it. Might have one for Sunday dinner delivered after the boxing
    Hard life, eh?

    Try the Nagasari next time you're on the piss around Changkat Bukit Bintang. Not the best you'll find, but cheap for the area and full of character(s).

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    Quote Originally Posted by hallelujah View Post
    Brickfields
    Coincidentally I was in Brickfields yesterday for a food tasting at a soon-to-be opened Indian restaurant - vegetarian. Ate far too much . . . and heading back for round two today . . . Breakfast this morning consists of two 'pottles' (kiwi word) of yoghurt and a banana to get ready for it

    Brickfields is still a bit 'Indian' near the three temples area, but the rest is now just high rises, many under construction - definitely lost its charm.

    Heading off to a dinner celebration for Persian New Year tonight . . . Iranians eat and rink far too much for my sensitive system, pretty much the only Muslims who drink alcohol openly in Malaysia
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    Just asking the supposed teacher if he is a teacher,as anything more than ten syllables and he's fucked.

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    Words mean shit,
    Pics only here noobie

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    noobie


    I didn't take many yesterday . . . and only crap ones - let me see what is worth posting.

    My favourite was a veg curry with onions and petai . . . with basmati rice - fantastic.

    OK, the restaurant was near here (check the metadata for date and time verification )

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    I couldn't find the place, so had to take a pic to whatsapp the guy who invited me.

    Ok, my third helping of the aforementioned petai, or what's left of it:

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    Oh, and the chutneys . . . not the 'western' chutneys, but real South Indian chutneys . . . amazing


    As they will also be catering for lunches and dinners they are adding some Chinese and Malay dishes, so another chef is coming in today to showcase these.

    I promise better photos
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    Just asking the supposed teacher if he is a teacher,as anything more than ten syllables and he's fucked.

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    I'd like to see what morning looks like
    Don't wanna drink pint after pint
    I wanna wake up without feeling sick
    But I can't cuz I'm a drug-abusing alcoholic

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jack meoff View Post
    Words mean shit,
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    A better attempt . . .

    Last night at Al Halabi restaurant at the Pavillion Mall in downtown KL:

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    After two days of vegan food this was dead animal heaven . . . I very seldom eat meat but when the occasion demands it . . . why not!

    The food was very, very good.
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    Just asking the supposed teacher if he is a teacher,as anything more than ten syllables and he's fucked.

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    Oh yup that looks good!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jack meoff View Post
    Words mean shit,
    I know it was lunch yesterday, not dinner . . . but . . . the occasions were to select dishes that would make it on the menu, and today/yesterday it was rice dishes and one soup.

    So, it's a vegan restaurant in Brickfields - but not vegan as we know it, this was south Indian vegan - very tasty. Now, before you point me out as a fat prat (at 6'2 and 86 kg), I had just a few spoons of each!

    There was a Hindu festival of sorts going on - lots of loud music and two of my favourite libations (!) were there!

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    So, we started off with a very tasty mild curry soup in bread, baked in the kitchen

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    Followed by Indian Rojak, a fruit a vegetable dish, slightly sweet. Usually it's a snack or desert

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    Curry mee, a coconut-based curry noodle dish

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    A cendol (also called ABC for the ingredients) to 'cleanse' the palette . . . shaved ice with palm sugar syrup, coconut milk and assorted other things

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    Kampung fried rice (village fried rice)

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    Morringga fried rice (leaves from the Moringga tree, also known as Horseradish or Drumstick tree)

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    Beetroot fried rice

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    Nasi goreng kampung with a curry leaf base

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    There were many more but I just gave up taking photos . . . five hours we sat and ate . . . then it was time to get back to my place, shower and get off to my Syrian dinner.

    I'm glad this is not a common occurrence. . . far too much food
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    Quote Originally Posted by panama hat View Post
    before you point me out as a fat prat (at 6'2 and 86 kg), I had just a few spoons of each!

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    five hours we sat and ate

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    I had just a few spoons of each
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    Just asking the supposed teacher if he is a teacher,as anything more than ten syllables and he's fucked.

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    Quote Originally Posted by panama hat View Post
    five hours we sat and ate
    Holy smokes what a spread. Looks amazing.

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    Interesting Tasting menu, the off cuts of Cucumber,gives it the Ce petit plus.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AntRobertson View Post
    Oh yup that looks good!!
    Twas, twas, twas . . . When it comes to meat I think ME restaurants do it pretty well, not steaks, obviously, but slightly spiced and grilled . . .

    Quote Originally Posted by bsnub View Post
    Holy smokes what a spread. Looks amazing.
    And they all tasted very, very different. Nothing too spicy this time (as opposed to the 'teary, nose-run, face-flushed Saturday) as they want to cater to businesses and condo residents around them

    Quote Originally Posted by Chico View Post
    Interesting Tasting menu, the off cuts of Cucumber,gives it the Ce petit plus.
    It's the little things that make the dishes - Malaysia and Singapore have an amazing range of cuisines due to their population make-up and regional influences . . . and I'm lucky I have worked in the hospitality/tourism area so I get asked to a lot of foodie-related things.
    If I wasn't primarily a vegetarian, I'd be a fat prat
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    Quote Originally Posted by panama hat
    If I wasn't primarily a vegetarian, I'd be a fat prat
    On my 11th day of eating only meat (and eggs and some cheese last night) and I've lost a little bit of weight.

    Might just be water weight but: one of the few physiological effects I've noticed is I've had to up me water intake (which was already pretty high) to counter some dehydration.

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    ^I think culinary boredom will get to you before seeing any real results.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Headworx
    I think culinary boredom will get to you before seeing any real results.
    Probably

    Though it's just a bit of an experiment really not after any particular results.

    And for now the ease and convenience and sheer bliss of bacon 'n eggs for breakfast most every day and massive fuck-off steaks for dinner is still there.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AntRobertson View Post
    On my 11th day : one of the few physiological effects I've noticed is I've had to up me water intake (which was already pretty high) to counter some dehydration.
    Its more likely your liver and kidneys telling you something about the toxin build up the diet is inducing and trying to flush out....imo.

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    What toxins, Dr.Toot?

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    The masterpiece Armstrong had seems to be lost thanks to PH.


    Good work to both of ye.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AntRobertson View Post
    What toxins, Dr.Toot?
    The ones building up from a largely meat based diet, i assume you aren't eating any roughage either to dissuade the decaying meat from lingering in your system. It doesn't take a doctor to work out that the diet, like most diets is a an unhealthy fad. Have you started squatting like a dog yet, you may want to check in with our forum dog expert.

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    When you order carbonara.






    And get served a Cheltenham hat that could be used to police background check the waiter if you had a fingerprint scanner.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NamPikToot
    The ones building up from a largely meat based diet, i assume you aren't eating any roughage either to dissuade the decaying meat from lingering in your system. It doesn't take a doctor to work out that the diet, like most diets is a an unhealthy fad. Have you started squatting like a dog yet, you may want to check in with our forum dog expert
    So you're saying that grass-fed meat is of itself toxic.

    Thanks Dr. Google but I'm pretty sure I know what I'm doing.

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