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Sunday, March 30, 2008
Food in Portsmouth

We ate a lot in Portsmouth. Mainly because Li Huey doesn't want us to starve ourselves there. The first night, we had our dinner at home. And the dinner was simply amazing. Simple and filling.

Black pepper chicken

Stir fried vegetables with mushroom

The bomb of the night was

fish tomyam =)
Looks oily, I know. But, who cares? As long as its good!
All used paste one la. Hehehe.

Due to the laziness of angmohs, we had no place to eat in the kitchen, thus we decided to have it ala picnic. in the room. with black rubbish bag.


The next day, we had lunch at a Chinese Restaurant. The portion was big. Really huge.

Egg tart
Zi have been craving for it since, I dunno when.

Chicken curry with fried rice

Sweet and sour chicken with fried rice

Roasted duck with mushroom

The food was not that great, but it's a lot better than those restaurants here. For the portion, the dish was cheap. I saw this huge angmoh lady who managed to finish the whole plate of dish! So gaya!

On the last day, we had oriental buffet for lunch. 9 pounds per head, my second time there. The first time there, I ate until I puked because I'm a Malaysian and I tried to stuff myself so that what I ate is worth more than 18 pounds :P

Fried stuff

I need to show you something. This is a Malaysian delicacy. And it's very very tasty, back home. When it's in angmoh country, it becomes tasteless and out of shape.

Have a guess, what is this?

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It's goreng pisang.
Which part of it looks like goreng pisang to you?
I have no idea.
It doesn't even have the shape of goreng pisang. Not to mention the taste. The banana don't have banana taste one =.=

Fried mee, mussels, lamb, sweet and sour chicken

Dumpling, fried chicken wings, seaweed, satay sauce (this satay sauce does resemble satay sauce in Malaysia although a little sweet. I've seen fried rice, in which there's only peanut added onto the fried rice, thus called the SATAY FRIED RICE.)

By now, everyone was full. But how can we not have dessert? Stuff ourselves again.

Healthy dessert.
Fruits. Fruits. And more fruits.

Ice cream

It was worth more than 9 pounds, I think. With full bloated tummy, we went home in the rain. And that concludes my short trip to Portsmouth. Thanks to Li Huey,

who was such a great host.
She allowed us to stay in her room, nagged her, bugged her and of course entertained her for the week. Thank you!! *huggies*

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I'm leaving to Paris tomorrow night! Hehehe. I'm so excited. Can't wait to go Disneyland and Eiffel Tower. Will be back on Saturday and then the disaster begins. Before that, I shall enjoy myself in Paris...!!!

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