T’was a good day!

From the previous post, I mentioned that it’s one hella crazy hectic life here in KL. However, for the past few days, I finally had some of my life back!

Food truck business seems to be getting quite popular these days in KL. One in particular that serves taco caught our eyes. Sometime last week, CousinTing and I managed to track down this food truck. This was probably our fourth attempt to try out the taco as timing or weather was always not right.

We got there at 745pm and to our surprise, there’s already a queue forming towards the truck. People was just waiting around as the folks are still prepping the food.

Fish taco, Chicken taco, Churros and a chicken cemita sandwich thingie. SO yummy! Too bad we packed ours and ate it at home. I bet it will taste much better on the spot. We saw some guys having at least 3 servings each! Ooh well, next time!

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And then the blessing continues on till the following day.

For the longest time ever, I had my first normal kopitiam chicken rice lunch ever since I started working in KL. That’s about 5 months lonnng. Little things like this that everyone just take for granted, especially me back in Penang. Somehow, my superior decided to drive us out for lunch, also a first in 5 months time. Dah lah, my office is located in this atas place with no cheap lunch, our crazy work schedule and KL traffic does not allow us to drive out for lunch 🙁

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Good old char siew and chicken rice and also my “teh peng”

For my colleague who previously worked in Australia since half a decade ago,  it was her first kopitiam lunch for more than half a decade. Let me tell you how great the day was when we both manage to clock out of the office by 630pm, in time for a pint during happy hour. Followed by dinner and desserts with my friends in Publika.

Was really a great one. Which dont come by often, so I was really grateful for that day! 🙂

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