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"Kidnap Dinner" At Ban Huat, Sg Buloh N/V

DROVE FROM JOHOR TO SG BULOH....
For the second time in history, I drove continuously for four hours plus, stopping twice to go to the restroom.  Upon reaching Seremban, I quickly on my Waze to lead me to Sg Buloh... still no confidence even after traveling for number of times already.  And Thank God, everything was smooth, no rain even though the weather forecast showed that it would be raining for the whole morning till afternoon from Johor to Kuala Lumpur. 

Reached Sg Buloh safe and sound around 2pm... rested a couple of hours before my dinner date with the Smallkucing and family!  Looking forward to seeing them again after so long... forgotten how long already... LOL.... and their plan was to take me out for a good authentic dinner at Ban Huat in Sg Buloh new village.  Let's GO!

My Boss and wifey... and guess who was taking the picture??? 
A very good photographer at such a young age.... 
They must be regular customers when I saw these two bowls of condiments served on our table!
So muchhhhhhhh!!!
I requested only for one dish... Eggs with bitter gourd...
And the  rest were up to them to order...
Clams in ginger wine soup....
Yau Mak... Smallkucing's favourite....
Fried Sotong! 
Oink Oink trotters!
And the bill came to around RM70 plus with rice and drinks.... 
Not too bad, right?
Coincidentally three of us wore almost the same colour!
I like his shirt.... 
This is a really Big Boss with diamonds!!!
Don't play play!


Comments

  1. Wow! The photographer must be standing very high on chair to take the shot. Haha.

    Nice to catch up with small kucing and family. And the dinner? Really good. Drooling at the pork trotter and the sotong.

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    1. Yes, nice to spend time with them after so long...

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  2. Should have wefie, then Small Kucing inside...

    I like the fried sotong...

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  3. 4 hours!!! Oh my!!! My 3 hours every Sunday return is so tiring but of course, our road here is hothing compared to what you people have over there.

    Ahhhhh!!! Bitter gourd omelette - I've been having it here, there, everywhere these days to see which place has the best but of course, my vote goes to the trotters!!! Yum yummmm!!!!!

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    1. So far I am fine with 4 hours straight... yes, highways here are different.. got 2 to 4 lanes at certain spots..

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  4. What a nice meet up with such glorious food!

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  5. Ya lo...very long time already. Hahaha...glad you are not too tired to come out that evening. Bittergourd 8s good. Very leong. Just had bitter gourd soup today

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    1. Wahhhh.. soup ah.. next time I also want to boil...

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  6. what a nice catchup session! you did not bring your daughter with you? you left her in johor!?

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  7. Driving so far, you must be very good friends! Yes, I have followed their blog for many years. You all look very happy in red! The food looks good too. I hope you spend the night somewhere, it would be so much driving to return home the same day!

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    1. You are right! For my age, I have to rest.. hahaha..

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  8. Small Kuching looks like photocopy of his dad! Except one smaller version and one bigger version, hee hee

    I like that clams and fried sotong

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    1. I like everything there including the kucings.. hahaha..

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  9. Wah! So ONG with all in red attires. The Boss shirt joined with the table cloth and his Diamond looked more prosperous! The clam in ginger soup is sedap!

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