Thursday, March 24, 2016

It's hot

The weather is turning from cold to hot. Very very hot on certain days especially in the afternoon where you could feel the sun piercing through your skin.

We did not ventured out much over the weekend. Hubby mostly prefer to stay at home, resting and relaxing, playing his computer games. The only time we gone out would be for breakfast, grocery shopping and church on Sunday. 

Last Sunday after our church service, we stopped by this place for lunch.

They do not have air-con all over the place so it could be pretty stuffy on a hot afternoon. Luckily they switch on the floor fan to keep us cool or I couldn't imagine how to dine in such condition.


When the children's nasi lemak ayam goreng came, the rice was steaming hot!! Need to wait for a while before they could dig into the rice. I asked for the sambal to be taken off since both kids do not take sambal.

My girl was attempting to eat with her hand. We encouraged her to try it out.  After few mouthful, she gave up and went back to her fork and spoon.


As usual, I had its briyani rice. Hubby had briyani too but he ordered fried chicken to go with it while I opted for lamb curry.


Delicious and spicy hot lamb curry. 
Other than the vegetables that they scooped onto the banana leaf, we were also given this prickled onion. I took a bite, kind of sweet. Not my cup of tea so I passed the whole saucer to hubby.


Did I finish my banana leaf? You bet! I could never let my food go to waste. That may be the reason why my waistline is expanding. *wink*


Our total damage! Could only come here once in a blue moon. 

16 comments:

suituapui said...

Oh? Nasi lemak at the Indian place? No sambal. Must be in their genes. Same as the cafe here - the sambal so very nice, very pedas but I hear there are some people order nasi lemak, no sambal. Typical Sibu people, dun eat hot and spicy stuff. Hehehehehe!!!!

suituapui said...

My girl knows how to eat with her hand, must be when in Sg Petani and NZ with her Malay coursemates, got to learn there. Ask me to eat with my hand, the rice will end up all over my face. LOL!!!

Nancy Chan said...

I love nasi briyani with mutton curry or ayam kurma. Haven't eaten nasi briyani for a long time.

Princess Ribbon said...

Yup, kids don't eat sambal, but my 2nd boy eats a bit of everything.. Sometimes when he comes home from school, I smell sambal on his shirt, haha..

Somewhere in Singapore said...

I loves briyani too, also didn't eat for quite sometimes liao as find the rice quite a lot... After eating it, very very full...

Ez Vina said...

Yummy but pricey.

Hayley said...

The weather is not just hot, but super duper HOTTT!!!
Heard that it will be like this until June!!

mun said...

I like the lamb curry best!

Huai Bin said...

2 nasi lemak for RM 32????

That's crazy! No one would pay prices like that over here. RM 16 / plate is a lot. Sambal is the best part of nasi lemak though, I honestly don't think I can eat nasi lemak without sambal coz otherwise it'll be too dry. :)

Królowa Karo said...

In Poland we are waiting for hot days.

Ortolana Clare Solibun said...

I totally agree! It's so hot! But all that food looks delicious (although I don't eat any of it haha)

Have a nice day!

Yee Ling said...

Wahh...I think the most expensive nasi lemak I paid for is in AA flight. Ok...at least yours came with ayam.

Libby said...

Indian food are usually more expensive

Sharon D said...

The weather here is crazy hot too! I can imagine what you must be going through.

The briyani looks awesome - something I'd really love to have! :D

Merryn said...

I love eating using my fingers. I let Ethan try eating using his hands too and he enjoyed it a lot. He does not do it anymore these days but will happily eat with his hands whenever we are back in my hometown as my parents eat with their hands too :D

Agnes said...

my kids too prefer to use fork n spoon to eat..we hardly go to eat Indian food except roti canai because my kids do not take spicy food.