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... as Little India here harks back to the days of Indian immigrants. The place is nicely restored and maintained with old colonial style buildings brightly painted. It's a little bit tourist glossy overkill down there but if you creep off to the side streets and indooor markets you can get a bit more of a real feel of the Chinese community that lives there. We grabbed some really tasty cheap food in an indoor market as what must be the most popular stall in there. A ...
... my library. I told them we didn't have one. I mean, I have never been there! (.... apparently we have a library. We found it, and it is very nice)
... to Kuala Lumpur with ten minutes to get our flight to Phnom Penh with the signs telling us it would take 25 mins! Kate accosted one of the wee men driving the buggies around and asked him to take us to F40. He did so reluctantly, soundly berating us for being in the wrong place. When we argued that our flight from London had just arrived late, I quipped, 'We haven't just ...
... I mean!
We go to a place called Bar Stories. Here, they don't have a menu, they just ask you what mood you are in, what spirits you like, whether you like them sweet or sour and then they create something just for you! This is a great concept, but does of course mean you can rarely get the same drink exactly like the one before!
From here we go on to Loof, another rooftop bar.
A great night out!
... it from our sinangag are the spices drizzled here and there. I like the way they prepare it in Martabak restaurant so I'm counting on liking it even more on the place where it originated.
The mere mention of Nasi Campur sends flicker up my hypothalamus. Perhaps it is how they presented their food appealingly or perhaps because of the appraisal from people who had tried it.