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Best Laid Plans At One-Utama Damasara


Nothing much to do in IPOH so we went for a slow drive to KL to see what to "attack."  LOL... OK, jokes aside, we went for a short stay in Sg Buloh after our breakfast to avoid getting caught in the rain.  Reached around noon and wasting no time, we just dumped our bags in the room and off we went to 1-U to leave our footprints.  No intention of buying anything, tried hard to resist temptation but last minute, the hands were weak.... Forked out a bit to get a cheap sales blouse for myself... After the long hours of walking, we ended up at Nyonya Colors... Yes, Nyonya Colors again!!  This time not in Gentings but in One Damansara Utara.... oh well.....

 Toll, oh Toll... 
The Mee Rebus was "fantastic"... thick and Not sweet... 
Nasi Lemak is not bad either... only that I prefer drumstick to the wings... 
Laksa was welcomed anytime.. chunks of fish meat was hidden beneath the soup... 
 The wheat dessert cannot be compared to the one in Gentings... 
We still missed the ones we took in Gentings.. 
Thick and fragrant...
For desserts, we chose two crepes to be taken home... 
And the one, two and three ladies in tow... 
Shopping and Food are our best laid plans!


  1. Did you try their yellow laksa ? :) I love it...from your pictures I guess you didnt :p I love Nyonya Colors all time favourite when I am in KL :)

    1. No, I didn't cos siam laksa not really my favorite... hehehe.. I like Nyonya Colors too!

  2. Me cannot resist those cakes, crepes, hehe...

  3. I do not like toll roads! But I guess there is no other way to get money for road repairs. The food looks so good. What can be better than food and shopping? Your dress is so pretty! I don't often see you in a dress.

    1. Thank you Ginny.. food and shopping are girl's best hobbies.. hahahaa..

  4. I have yet to taste the mee rebus and assam laksa. Happy holidays!

  5. I went to the one at Mid Valley/Gardens. Don't buy their instant pastes - my missus bought a lot from their outlet at KLIA2, can't say I was thrilled by any of them.

    1. hahaaa.. I wont buy instant pastes.. buy dresses only... hahahaaa...

  6. You did not try the cheese tarts from Tokyo Secret? You look so young in that dress. :)


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