Lunch makan India mia nasi
Nasi kasi banjir manyak oo kari
Amma pedas rasa cili padi
Sedap sampai menjilat kaki
I went for lunch today with my roomate at Old Town Food Court. He seldom go that far because it's quite far to cycle there with bike. We was lucky because the Indian rice stall open on Sunday. That's my favourite Indian rice stall in the whole Kampar. I tell you it is really hard to find a genuine Indian rice here in Kampar. The Indian population is not that high. And the Indian people who sell Indian rice not much. Not more than 5 stalls or restaurants as far as i know. IF you are talking about Capati, Nasi Lemak, Roti Canai and so on, the business is conquered by the Indian Muslim. That's the reason why i brought my roomate there: to enjoy food. Ahhhh yummy la. You guys better go before 1pm if not you only get to eat the bones or lick the curry on the pots. =p
Cheap and nice: RM4 only! Extra rice, 2 types of vegetable, fried chicken, egg and papadom.Maximum satisfaction!
Historic drink: Owh it's historical for me because it's more than a year since i drank Limau Ais. I used to order it a lot when me n my ex when out to hunt for good roadside food. Anyway, the drink is so refreshing. RM1 only. =p
I met Orson (in Orange shirt), Edmund and Cynthia (she's not in the pic).
Yes so that's me eating with hand.I miss eating with hand, you know not with fork and spoon. I sure use hand if i eat Indian or Malay food and i use hand at home too. oh next to me is my roomate.
Old and Cool: Aren't you feel happy looking at this kind of smile from old people? As usual, these people always my favourite subject in photography. I met this uncle at the stall. He had his lunch there too. I guess he's not English educated and Tamil is his lingua franca because his Bahasa Malaysia is a bit thick and he was reading a Tamil daily.