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Second Round In Coffeebean

Remember the previous post of the Korean dinner? After our "heavyduty" yet "unsatisfying" meal, we adjourned to Jaya Jusco to walk off the calories. Just window shopping, the four of us, nothing was bought... it was just a time of family bonding....

While walking back to the car park, we passed by Coffeebean... I looked inside and that was it!! The home journey was forgotten, I "summoned" my kids to go in... I was basically enthralled by the cakes.... yummy!
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Coffeebean corner...

we just ordered two pieces to satisfy ourselves...

yummm... how I wish I could have a bite on this now!

Just the four of us... tete-a-tete

Comments

  1. You looked so 'hung folk' in the last pic. :)

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  2. @Claire LOL... time to go on my bodek mode again ahh, Claire... those looks absolutely heavenly!

    @Kat? Are you out there? Time to go on our bodek-ing mode again... must go bodek our kawan to feed us some of these fresh from her oven. LMAO!

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  3. mingna: come.. we go hung fook too one of these days! God's blessings!


    cleff: come come la.. no need bodeking one.. lets eat and be merry!

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  4. woah....since when Auntie Claire go Coffee Bean 'tarn sai kai' ? hahah

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  5. So this was an unexpected little spontaneous moment? Sometimes the best times are unplanned! It looks so yummy!!! I would have done the same and gone in!!

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  6. Suddenly right now I want to eat those cakes too. :D

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  7. Looks really really good...but Coffee Bean's expensive.

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  8. These days people don't go to traditional kopitiam anymore? Look like the local even embrace western style coffee stalls.

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  9. Sis, next time i should label you as Woman of Substance and of appetite, taste for foods and money for foods, kekekekekeke.

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  10. Nothing like family bonding time eh! :) Btw, did you manage to load my blog already? Hehe

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  11. The cake looks yummy delicious. The last time I was in Coffee Bean was like....

    Mst go there again. :)

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  12. was it good ? of all our coffee chains.. i find CBTL has the worst coffee beans..
    despite that.. i like their panini sandwich.

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  13. What could be nicer than cake like this, shared by a nice family together.

    Glad you like visiting my city blog. It's a great city.

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  14. wow happy family ^^,
    craving for cake now seeing cake. must make trip to secret recipe soon. uhuhu

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  15. ahhhh making me hungry for cake jor

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  16. just done with dinner a while ago, and that two piece of cake would be very perfect as desserts lor~~

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  17. ya, it's always nice just to sit and enjoy something easy and nice.

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  18. i so long no go coffeebean edi, i find their drinks watery wan leh! anyway, ur very blessed with your wonderful children (^^p) the last shot i mmg "hang fook" shot. haha!

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