A very overdued entry down below.
Met up with baby for a pretty early dinner on Saturday (25th May).
He picked me up from Bus 15's, Marine Parade Bus stop.
East Coast Lagoon, our dinner venue.
Not for the food, but rather, for a chill-out by the beach on dar's smelly HAMMOCK.
Dar had Satay Beehoon for dinner. He was the third hungry soul in line. The queue forms even before the stall shutters open! Is their Satay Beehoon really that yummilicious to call for this?
To me, its not too bad. One of the better ones around, definitely. But certainly not worth the very-long-wait and countless mosquito bites. From what i observe, the wait would have been much more bearable if the uncle would learn to speed up abit and maximize the utility of both his hands! At the rate he's counting his ingredients, no wonder it takes ages for me to land myself a plate of Satay Beehoon. But if you desperately need a satay beehoon fix, then bring a foldable chair, insect repellant and maybe, a portable fan (with batteries!) too. LOL
As for me, i had wanton mee. No chili please! I will only eat my noodles with chili if ketchup is their only other alternative.
I found it pretty good. My only gripe? The noodles werent evenly cooked, resulting in a block of clumped up yellow mee.
Ahhh, sweet coconut juice on a hot sunny day. As if all the coconut juices i consumed in Bangkok werent enuff. Haha.
Rode down to Expo for The Food Fair sometime later in the evening. Oh My Cheese, so many people! And Dar got 2 water pillows! Yes, i know, arent you supposed to buy FOOD from the Food Fair? He claims the pillows help cool his ASS. They are drop-dead heavy i tell u. And we got German Sausages and a basket of Wedges to share as well. The lady at the counter looked extremely lost, their service was terrible, if u cant handle money and orders in a stressful situation, i suggest u go fry some fries instead. It was pathetic. I was on the verge of barging into their stall area. In fact, i was inside. Haha.
And that's all, i think?
More of BangKok to come!