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Overseas Restaurant In Kuala Lumpur

Started my vacation leave this morning at the train station at 10am... reached KL Sentral around 12.30pm, right on time. Together with AA, we took a cab to the hotel but the room was not ready until 2pm. Left our bags there and we proceeded to Overseas Restaurant for our lunch. We were very hungry by then....
How long has it been since I last saw him.... er.... April, I think... 
He has grown up, right? ..... hahahaa.... 
Me too... I have grown too..... sideways....
The other day my fren saw me.. she exclaimed to me.. 
"Please dye your hair!"
And I did after hearing that... 
Back to the topic, both of us were very hungry...
So we quickly made our orders... 
And funny food came out.... 
Yong Chow Fried Rice with mini sized anchovies... 
So small that I couldn't even see them.... 
Recommended dish... Okra aka ladies fingers cooked with Thai sauce...
I think I want to try this at home...... very nice and appetizing... sourish and sweet and spicy.. 
Yummy!!
AA wanted fish... and this will do fine....
Sweet... soft... fresh.... 
My girl will jump when she sees this... !!
But I know she doesn't read my blog... so I am "safe"... hahahaa... 
Three dishes and we emptied all the dishes in just minutes...
Total cost?  It is around $35usd...
So I guess it is alright if there is no conversion to ringgit..
LOL... 

Comments

  1. wah, holidays starts!! how nice, and where is this Overseas Restaurant in KL ah?? OMG, i suddenly cannot recall but the Food Mayor of Ipoh was there!! the dishes looks good leh, i love the fried rice and the fish, aiyoyo!! but not the okra lah, i am okay with the Thai sauce and onions, but not okra lor, given things like chicken would be nice, haha!!

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    1. So next time I must remember to leave out okra in our meals.... Lol... If not mistaken it is along jalan imbi?

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  2. Aaron! Long time no see...
    Anyway, why do you state USD in the blog? The restaurant charge in USD ah? :)

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  3. The fish looks so tempting leh, I love steam fish!

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  4. The fish looks wonderful, I want to reach in and take a big bite...juicy and flaky. You definitely look too young to have grown children!!

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    1. That is the reason why I dont take closed up pictures, Ginny!

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  5. Wow, vacation again, enjoy to the max. The steamed fish looks awesome and that okra dish will surely boost up my appetite. Btw, is the okra sticky after being pour with the sauce.?

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    1. No, Irene..I think they pour in the sauce only after steaming? No slimy nor sticky....

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  6. Yup, don't convert, if convert will feel like that's a lot, hehe! But why it's count in USD?

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    1. USD is more commonly used in blogs ma... Hahahaaa....

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  7. Wah, holiday again ahh? Syok.. Eh, you where got grow sideways? You are still skinny ok.. 48kg only !! I like your fried rice and the steamed fish.. But eat fish in restaurant, sure mahal..

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    1. Yes, memang mahal.... Once a blue moon, ok la.. As long as happy... Lol..

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  8. Wahhhhhhhh!!!! Overseas no less! Expensive wor... But I guess it is cheap for people earning SIN$. That's cod, I guess...costs a bomb here!

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    1. All in $35... Cheap! Hahahaaa... Dont conver....

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  9. That piece of cod fish must be very expensive. Usd35 is about rm120? That fish alone must be around rm70 to rm80.

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    1. But very nice to eat so doesnot matter if it is expensive, can still eat to enjoy. Money earned is to be used.

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  10. Overseas restaurant in imbi? Are you staying near there?

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  11. Must be very nice to see your eldest son again. Enjoy your holidays in kl!

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  12. Cod fish is nice, cost a bomb here also...

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    1. I think it is expensive everywhere...once awhile ok gua.....

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  13. just around the corner eh... i like Overseas Food... hows the flai lai?

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  14. what the choiw far looks very nice wor...hmmm...i have not makan lunch yet leh........

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    1. Memang sangat sedap.. I think that is why they charged more... quality food par...

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  15. Wah i like the cod, yum yum ~

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  16. OMG, I love cod fish! Love that stunning food shot!

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    1. I love it too! Very filling for both of us... !

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  17. all looks good and tempting....I jst wanna wallop all by myself...LOL! greedy me.

    so long I never hav cod fish...I miss it soooo mch!

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    1. I also never had it for a long time until then...

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