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My Rescuers In Kuala Lumpur

As mentioned in previous post, I was in Kuala Lumpur yesterday for a one day trip with my girl. While waiting for her at the Plaza Central lobby, I was surprised to receive a call from the Mama Kucing AND that they were on the way to fetch me out for breakfast!!  Wow... I was so overwhelmed with Joy!!  It was really no fun waiting at the lobby for few hours...actually... LOL...

To my great joy, I saw the green car coming towards the main entrance... YES!!  And I was whisked away in the green car ... and I landed right here.....in front of this shop....
Restoran Hing Ang...
Recommended by one particular blogger.. guess who? :)
And immediately we ordered some goodie food....
Some VIP ordered this...
 
VIP missus ordered fried koay teow....
I should have tried a bit.. 
Now I don't know how it tastes like...
And this belongs to yours truly....
Not too bad.. the meat are marinated and seasoned well..
She is not the "Kidnapper" as mentioned in FB 
She is actually my "Rescuer"...
Thank you for "rescuing" me from the hours of boredom...
Too unfortunate that I didn't manage to meet the other "rescuers" at noon...
Really Regretting it Now.... 
But I know that there will be another meet-up Real Soon!!  :)
 

Comments

  1. Lol...thanks to SK only did I kbow the ckt stall moved to here..

    Would hv "kidnap" you to join us lunch if not because of the car giving up on us ...lol

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  2. hehehe, i have been working in the place you waited and always walked over to the place you were whisked in that car for lunch~~ so nice of Mamarazzi, saw your post and took immediate action to rescue you..

    oh, the CKT is nice, the pork noodles not as nice as the other shop, and you should have tried the pan mee there which i think is nice also.. :)

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  3. @ Small Kucing: haha, i told you they have moved to the restaurant at the end of the road.. then you told me they moved back to this restaurant in the center~~ :D

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  4. Oh! So this Mama went to rescue you and Anay's meeting with her called off! Was it same day anyway?

    I have not tried that stall. You lucky gal.

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  5. kathy: my loss!! hahaha...


    sk: i was contemplating actually.. pan mee or pork noodles.. and i chose the latter.. never mind, some other time perhaps! :)

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  6. TM: you have lots of opportunities! maybe try being stranded somewhere and allow the kucing to rescue you too? :)

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  7. They're such nice people - she and the hubby and the cute and lovable smallkucing. They just moved to their new house - hope they will invite me to their house warming - will have a good excuse to hop over but I guess it will be on a weekend. Will be busy...playing the role of chauffeur cum Highway Star (Deep Purple)! Sigh!!!!!!

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  8. They are always the kind Samaritan!

    I tasted the CKT before. It's good. Also must thanks to them.

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  9. That's a nice breakfast. You are kidnapped and the next moment your rescuers arrived.

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  10. What a nice surprise! You had a good time instead of being bored waiting..thanks to Small Kucing!

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  11. stp: that should be a very good excuse...


    ling: i should have tried the fried koay teow! :)

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  12. irene: yes.. the hero and the heroine...


    wenn: small kucing and family...

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  13. Mamarazzi and family are always so kind. Good that they rescue you from boredom.

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  14. They are really kind and friendly! The porridge looks good either

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  15. Oh, I finally get to see Small's mama!!!

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  16. sharon: yes, great time with her too!


    mun: I ditto to that! :)


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  17. ken: famous for that too! hahaha...


    ginny: she is cute, right? :)

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