Category Archives: Food talk

What cuisine do you like the most. And what are your favourite dishes and where have you found them?

Som Tum Salad (Green Papaya)

Just outside the Riverside Condos in Chiang Mai was a selection of food vendors, shops, and massage parlours. We used to buy our ready cooked BBQ whole fish from one lady with a small stand who would also give you … Continue reading

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Bukit Bintang and Jalan Alor

We went to Jalan Alor with friends Mark and Kimi when we first visited KL on this trip. We promised ourselves a “Re-Visit” as we never had enough time to “take it all in”. So on our return visit one … Continue reading

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Steven & Lynda keep feeding us !!!

Friends Stephen & Lynda in Kuala Lumpur have a nice habit of asking if we would like to join them for lunch. Well really!!!!  How can we refuse!!!! Picking us up from the local train station they spoil us by … Continue reading

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A fifty course lunch !!!

We thought we had eaten all there was to eat until Steven & Lynda rang us up and said “how about lunch”. They picked us up at their local station at 11.00am and headed off to an enormous shopping mall. … Continue reading

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Wombats go Indian

Kuala Lumpur has a large Indian area and Wombats love a good Indian meal. So we decided to wander (as wombats do) into the Central Market which has a great many Indian “shops”. It is very busy and very colourful … Continue reading

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