Random Post #7 – Mostly….FOOD!

Living on a budget you can still eat nice food! Haven’t been doing much lately apart from eating, catching up on sleep and watching stuff that is not the World Cup.

Claypot Prawn Rice! One of my favourite things to eat still at Busy Corner in Damansara Jaya.

Claypot Prawn Rice

With a claypot chicken rice, some double boiled soup and a vegetable would be about RM12-15 per person. Still reasonable!

For the cheap favourites, both coming in at RM5 each!

Pork pepper soup, perfect for those rainy cold nights we’ve been having lately.

Pork Pepper Soup

And claypot nasi lemak with superb sambal chicken, noms!

Claypot Nasi Lemak

Both of the above from Kedai Kopi Matahari in Bandar Sri Damansara. Also discovered some great tasting, value for money ‘western’ food in Sea Park at Millenium 86 coffee shop served up by Freddie.

Hailam Pork Chop

This is the Hailam pork chop, which costs around RM9 and is delicious. Also try the Hailam Chicken Chop and the black pepper lamb chops.

Also headed over to Sunway to help Saimatkong with his car-washing initiative for the TLC cause.

TLC Charity Car Wash

I applaud him for his hard work!

Of course I also watched the World Cup Final…and it’s all over now. With a solitary beer I treated myself to.

World Cup Final

As for fast food, there’s been two new offerings lately. The KFC Toasted Pocketful thing, this is the Toasted Pocketful X-meal.

KFC Toasted Pocketful

The pocket thingy itself is actually rather nice, always a fan of KFC chicken of course…but their fries OMG – THEY SUCK. It’s like munching on cold soggy cardboard. Fun fries my arse!

The other is the new McDonald’s GCB or Grilled Chicken Burger. Rather disappointing I must say, taste is around 5/10 and value for money about 3/10. Definitely stick with Spicy Chicken McDeluxe.

McDonald's GCB Grilled Chicken Burger

I really wish they’d bring back the Grilled Chicken Foldover, that’s my favourite McD offering of all time!

And of course, the highlight of the past couple of weeks – Mini Driver Training at Sepang!

Mini Driver Training - Sepang

Will blog properly about that later.

wuwu actually managed to blog 3 times this week as I should, hope I can keep it up!

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10 Responses to Random Post #7 – Mostly….FOOD!

  1. Myhorng July 16, 2010 at 3:50 pm #

    we are so broke 🙁
    cheap food is good…. for pocket.

  2. Deep July 16, 2010 at 4:13 pm #

    Prawn claypot?? Gotta try dat man. Near my place

  3. Mark July 16, 2010 at 5:41 pm #

    Ahh the prawn claypot, just had that at Busy Corner last week. It was totally delicious!

  4. ShaolinTiger July 16, 2010 at 5:43 pm #

    Myhorng: Yah can save a LOT eating cheaply.

    Deep: Yah still one of my all time favs, awesome stuff.

    Mark: Yah superb every time I’ve had it! Love the double boiled soup too.

  5. ken July 16, 2010 at 9:23 pm #

    good food.. i havent had dinner.. making my tummy growl.. =/

  6. Casley July 18, 2010 at 4:14 pm #

    I miss the foods in malaysia!!! =P

  7. Vicky July 18, 2010 at 4:29 pm #

    lol indeed random! XD My frens always like the KFC fries O.O Mcdonald I’ll go for the oreo blizzard, that’s all :/

  8. KY July 19, 2010 at 11:50 am #

    oh man, 15 mins to lunch time, hungers max

  9. 93T July 20, 2010 at 4:19 am #

    Mate,

    FYI, busy corner has a branch in kepong. Located same row as the new Public bank.

    Restoran Busy Corner @ Kepong
    102A, Laman Rimbunan Raya, Laman Rimbunan, 52100 Kepong, Kuala Lumpur
    Tel: 016 929 3113 / 019 664 8839

  10. ShaolinTiger July 20, 2010 at 3:53 pm #

    ken: Hahah wrong time to read the post.

    Casley: Come back and eat la!

    Vicky: Hahaha, Brunei different la, got Jolibee!

    KY: LOL

    93T: Oh wow I didn’t know that, will have to check it out and see if it’s up to standard.