Thursday, May 08, 2008

8 hours in Pavilion Kuala Lumpur

RM15.00. That’s how much our parking fee was at Pavilion Shopping Complex 3..err 4 Sundays ago. 12pm to 8pm. Not to shop but to catch 2 movies back to back. A result of scoring 2 vouchers for movie tickets at half price. *show victory sign on both hands*

Err what did we see-ar?

As for meals, I have no problem recalling. I took pictures-ma. LUNCHHHH TIME. Since we just had a late breakfast, something light worked.

Oyster Vermicelli.Not my cup of tea. Phitoy couldn’t thank the stars more. The bowl was left shining.

Chicken Floss Crepe.Chicken meat floss wrapped with freshly made egg and flour crepe.Bland.

My favourite of the meal, Soy Milk. (-_-)Bill and location:-First movie was at 2.30pm (I think).

Then it was TTTEA BREAK TIME. Only less than ½ hour before the next show so we grabbed a quick drink and bite at the nearest outlet outside the cinema area, Starbucks. Was rushing due to long queue and limited seats, so no time to whip out camera.

Time for my favourite meal of that day DDDDINNNNNER!
When order was done, this list will be placed on the table. Each time a dish is served, the waitress will cancel the item.Small Soupy Pork Dumplings (Siu-Long-Bao).The best I have had so far which don’t really count for much since I only had them before at Chef Loong, SS2 and Shanghai 10, Avenue K.

Jellyfish Salad.Appetisingly light, slippery with al-dente bites. Next visit I’m so having my own plate.

Deepfried Crispy Eel.Wow. Now I can fully appreciate all the ooohs and aahs awarded to this dish by other food blogs.

Yellow Fish Ramen.The noodles balled-up together. Suspect ready made too long before serving. Very bad move.

Mango With Pomelo in Sago Sauce (or sounds something like that).Bill:-Location:-Dragon-I Restaurant

Oh, I remember what we saw:-

  • Water Horse, a sappy Free Willy movie. Horse? IMHO, more of an elongated hippopotamus.
  • Ah Long Pte Ltd, good laugh-out funny at the beginning and middle. The last 15 minutes should never have seen daylight.

24 comments:

Kenny Mah said...

As big an unagi fan as I am, I mustmustmust try this Deepfried Crispy Eel... never heard of it... usually just whack the XLB and la mian when I'm at Dragon-i...

Tummythoz said...

kenny mah, really 'pei-min'. So fast post comment d. Next visit, I'll just stuff myself silly with d jellyfish, eel and mayb a plate of ribs.

New Kid on the Blog said...

is the deep fried crispy eel a new dish?? cuz, this was not introduce in penang outlet... :(
sad... this always happen.

Kok said...

tummythoz,
How I wish I can just grab that Deepfried Crispy Eel from the screen. :P

sc said...

i remember having the eel..first few bites were fantastic, but after a while, i got jelak..water horse? i thot that was lochness monster? hehe

Nic (KHKL) said...

oh, you should try the crispy xxl fried chicken from shih lin next time...flavorful (err, i mean chilli powder and msg lar).. but shiok leh!

as for the small soupy pork dumplings, i lurve Crystal Jade's. very near pabilion oso.

and u wont believe my word verification: viagrz! *horrors*

team bsg said...

next time watch Ironman 2X , we wait for you in Republic with da pan mee or whatever you fancy ok.
For then you sure will be happier

squall said...

RM15 only ah...i pay RM17 before lo...

Tummythoz said...

new kid on the blog, that's odd. Think it's one of the best seller over here. Nvm, come come I share with you.

kok, your desired super power?

Note self:- 1st action next visit, look around for sc. Spot, pull a chair next to her. Ready fork.

nic(khkl), shy but have not tried CJ yet.

Lucky you (I think) on the word. No gift tho. Anyway it would be long waaaaaaaaaaaayy to go before you'll need it or them ..err right?

tean bsg, 'phet-kin-phet-san'.

squall, there goes another good meal down the drain, huh. Stupid me to think there would be a flat rate since it's d weekend. *sigh*.

Crunchasarus Rex said...

I love the taiwan snacks you had..! i'll have to try some.. when i come home.. :)

Fezzaboy said...

I love Shilin Taiwanese snacks.... especially the chic floss roll...

kampungboycitygal said...

haha half price for movie voucher but ended up paying more for parking..but still its still a 'valuable' day

jason said...

Haha... elongated hippopotamus.
Ah Long is ok lah... a mixed of sad and comedy.

Tummythoz said...

crunchasarus rex, I suggest you do satay, BBQ chicken wings, curry laksa etc instead. =P

fezzaboy, welcome back but why your tastebud deteriorated? *step away from range in case crepe fans start flinging bland floss*

kampungboycitygal, no more next time. Err how to take bus there-ar?

jason, IMO better if without the kids' revenge & out of jail scenes.

Simon Seow said...

I still find Dragon-i has the best XLB in Klang Valley if not Malaysia.

Tummythoz said...

simon seow, such statement makes me wanna go again soon.

Precious Pea said...

I so outdated...cannot even remember when was the last time i enter the cinema and you watched 2 movies back to back! Aiiissehh..

little inbox said...

Deep fried Crispy Eel looks really yummy lor. But new kid said don't have it in Penang's outlet. How come ler? Hai...

J2Kfm said...

wait, what's so hideous bout the last 15 mins? cant refresh my memories though,
*spoilers : the jailed part?*
will try the eels next visit. I think the XLB is so-so only though.

tankiasu said...

Oh so wanna try the deepfried crispy eel. And I luv the Ah Long Pte Ltd show..kekeke...dun call me chow ah kua!!

wmw said...

haha...Ah Long Pte Ltd. Yah, I like his response to the people who call him Chow Ah Kua. Oh wait...is this a movie review or food review?? hehe...

Tummythoz said...

precious pea, once in a long long while aje.

little inbox, welcome. You in Penang too?

j2kfm, especially where a bunch of teens played avengers.

tankiasu, *palm at heart* never will I call you that!

wmw, both thanks to all the commentors here.

shee said...

a tip on the parking. should you are planning to go around the same area (pavillion-starhill-lot10-sg wang-lowyat) and you dont mind to do abit of walking, do park at the JW Mariott hotel (basement parking). For Fri, Sat and Sun, it's flat rate @ RM5 per entry.

For Pavillion, if on weekdays, entrance after 5.30pm (if not mistaken) will be up to a max charge of RM5, which can be easily achieved once your car is parked there for 2 hours.

Hope this helps.

Tummythoz said...

Alo alo Shee! Thank you so very much for such a gracious tip.

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