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Lunch For Three At Pusing Town

AFTER MY WRAPPED TREATMENT, IT WAS TIME TO GO FOR OUR LUNCH.. On the way from Batu Gajah, we stopped at a small town called Pusing. Along the main road, the popular shop where tourists normally go is the Ming Foong but we did not go there this time, we settled for some simple food at a corner open space concept just a few shops away.
There were a number of different stalls but most of them were already closed by lunch....
Only the rice section was available and we chose a few dishes for our meal....
Me and you and a walker named Boo....
Papaya juice to cool us down... 
Stinky beans aka petai sauteed with minced pork...
Bitter gourd with eggs....
And fish slices with ginger and spring onions....
Three dishes plus rice for the three of us came to RM45....
Yes, we took some appetizer before the main dishes arrived!!
Yes, this is the One... 
Our tummies were fully stuffed...
Indeed a very heavy lunch!!
*Writing this reminds me, I must do more exercise*


  1. I just start my 1st 2016 workout today, hope to do more before CNY comes...

  2. You sure are having a great time, retirement is so so so good, eh?

    1. It is all about food? hahahaa.. now I got to see what I am eating too...

  3. That's the way to go, enjoy your retirement life to the max.

    1. And to eat healthily actually.. .but ooopss... for the RP...

  4. That reminds me - I must start my new year walking exercise again after all the holiday feasts!

    1. hahahaha... you better... so that you can consume more!

  5. I like all the dishes you all chose especially the petai!

  6. You got the appetizer and main course terbalik lah dei! :D

  7. Oh, I very like the appetizer!!

  8. Must makan good food so recovery faster, right? :)

  9. favourite hahahzhz...ho sik...


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