Today is the 7th day of Ramadhan. How time flies…
On the 5th day of Ramadhan, DearDear decided to have iftar outside. He chose Manhattan Fish Market. Easy to bring Amani when the weather that day was heavy rain.
Since we arrived early, we booked the table first. And then we went browsing around the Spring. Bought a slipper for Amani and came back later at the place. Luckily we had booked earlier, the place was almost full house. While waiting for the menu to be served, DearDear took our picture. Yeah, as you can see… Mama was over excited while Amani had her bad mood that day. I guess because she was hungry or sleepy.
Here what we catched at the fish market. Mushroom soup for Amani, Black Coffee for DearDear and the meals in a pot (I don’t remember the name) of course for me.
As usual… We left the place with a full and heavy belly.Alhamdulillah…
Not a fact. Lol!
That’s the title of my July 2013 Drug.
I realised since the fasting month has started, I have limited time to read. Always found that I’m lack of time. Feels restless..
This is Tikah’s book. She told me since I was the one who reccommend her to read this book, now I have to read it too. It will become a movie, which is the main character will be act by Adi Putra and Nora Danish. Can’t wait. But first, have to read the book. Huhu..
I get many response after I uploaded the picture of Seaweed Umai that day. Almost everyone asking me how does it taste and how to make it.
If you’re a Jellyfish Umai’s fan, I bet you are familiar with the taste.
So let me share with you the recipe of Seaweed Umai.
1 yellow onion, chopped
1 red onion, chopped
1 fresh red chilli pepper, finely chopped
2 limes, juiced
1 packet of seaweed (soaked into water the whole night)
salt to taste
Combine the yellow onion, red onion, chilli pepper,and lime juice in a glass or ceramic bowl. Gently stir in the seaweed, and season to taste with salt. Refrigerate about 15 minutes. Serve cold.
Yesterday’s iftar, we were having Kerabu Seaweed (my mom made it like umai), Dhal Cha, Prawn Fritter and ‘Buntut Ayam Panggang’ (I didn’t eat those thing. 😦 ).
Luckily I still didn’t have the ‘perasaan ketam’ so far. Not yet, perhaps. lol.
What are you having for iftar yesterday?
At first I decided to go to the Ramadhan Baazar, but DearDear told me the place was jammed and packed with full of people. Muhuhu.
Never mind, still have plenty of times. So we just having homemade iftar.
We had popiahs, Fried Eggs and Sayur Lemak Pucuk Bandung. Not forgetting an extra Ice-Cream for Amani. 😉
It is true that home made cook is much more delicious than outside food.
Ramadhan, Alhamdulillah we meet again. There’s no other month so special than Ramadhan.
Happy fasting to you outhere.
Well I’m sure you guys has started looking for the place to have iftar today.
So here I’d like to suggest you one place with a great promotion.
Ramadhan Buffet, RM15 per person. Located at Kampung Bintangor, try looking for Res-2-aL-Falaq.
We haven’t tried the Ramadhan Buffet, but planning to have it maybe this weekend.
However, we have tried the menus here. So many choices… The most important thing is, the price is very convenient. My favourite here is Teh Tarik Peng and Butter Chicken Rice. Didn’t got a chance to snap the pictures because the moment I saw the food being served, I totally forgot about taking pictures. Lol!