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Our Orders From Afghanistan, Spanish And Australia

My Final post on the Food Festival in the Victoria Market on Wednesday night....
The atmosphere at the market was "enhanced" by the cheerful songs and music by a group band...
It was indeed a merry evening filled with music-licous folk songs in the air... .
Ok, how to find four seats in this crowd.... hmmmm.......
Somehow we managed to... and these were what my boys brought back to our table....
Mexican rice with oysters... or is it Spanish rice?  
Both are the same, I guess... LOL....
Afghanistan Food.... chunks of chicken meat with naan....
Brazilian food.... don't ask me what it is.... I just ate what was on the table.... 
But I am amazed by this giant burger.... 
..... and what burger is this?
They told me it is Crocodile Tail Burger!
Meat from the crocodile tail?  Is it just a name or what... I really don't know...
Took a few bites of it... and I am full!!
Well, these were the food we ordered...
What do I think of these food? 
Well, not that they are not nice, it is always interesting to try out new food... 
But overall, I still MISS Malaysian food whenever I am away.... 
So that sums up my opinion in a way... :)

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    1. Burger's something familiar to what I eat here in Malaysia... so considered better than the rest.. :)

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  2. Dont tell me what are those and I will eat them. The name sometimes turn my appetite off. Lol.

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    1. hahahaha... yeah, I understand what you mean... sometimes the name attracts customers...

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  3. oh, interesting leh.. Afghanistan!! this sounds a little unreachable so it feels great to be able to try their food, haha.. and that burger, hmm, crocodile tail meat burger, wow!! your kids were smart in choosing special things really.. :)

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    1. Not cheap leh... I think it is $10 for one burger.. everything seems to be $10 over there.. so equivalent to RM30 over here... :)

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  4. Crocodile Tail Burger, wonder how's the taste, hehe...

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    1. Don't ask me.. but not bad la.. not tough as far as I can remember...

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  5. Eweeee!!!...crocodile meat. Old people say if you ever take crocodile meat, never go to river or the crocodile will smell of it and they come after you.

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  6. When I was oversea, I miss Malaysian food as well!!! =]

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    1. That is why I thought of bringing some maggi mee along but then I heard the customs are very strict and eventually I didn't bring any along...

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  7. Crocodile's tail? I'll probably skip that lol, i think that was paella Claire, spanish seafood fried rice?

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    1. I think so, Ken.. not so sure about the name cos the boys went to get them... :)

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  8. Reana, I'm surprised that you're quite adventurous!

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    1. Food adventurous yes.. not on those jungle trekking... that is a no no... :)

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  9. At last the food. I can't imagine how the food taste like just by looking at the photos. But the food I like best in the photos is the mangoes! Those are mangoes, right?

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    1. Yes, mangoes... they are cut so beautifully so that is not to be missed..

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  10. Ahhh, finally I see what you guys had for dinner, after all the surveying and all.. That Spanish rice.. I remember they have a name for it.. Paella? I like that Brazillian dish.. Looks like a chunk of meat with a giant tortilla with a dollop of sour cream.. Oohh, I love your burger too.. Crocodile tail burger? Kekeke.. What does it taste like? Looks like some fried meat patty wrapped with egg..

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    1. Louiz, if you asked me, I still prefer our local food anytime.. anywhere... hahahaa...

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    1. Dont eat so much mutton, bro.... heaty leh...

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  12. hahaha .means you cannot migrate la

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  13. I've had crocodile burger before but it was really bad! That was in Kuching (there's a crocodile farm that sells crocodile meat and also an F&B place at the farm which serves crocodile).

    It wasn't the cut from the tail though. This looks quite interesting!

    We barely missed going to QVM last time coz the market closed before we could get back from Philip Island!

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    1. There is always another time... but I heard it is only opened during the summer?

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  14. wow~ Yummy!!! When is this Food Festival?

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    1. I think every Wednesday during the summer? Not sure on other seasons though...

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  15. I really love all the food you guys ate. So yummy and fattening - I like!!!! Yummy!

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    1. Now you made me guilty... no wonder I gained weight!

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  16. Awesome dude. but your posts are amaing........Post Surgery Shapewear

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