I had to catch a flight back to KL in the next few hours and before sending me off to the airport, Mr Host had to feed me first lah.. We stopped by at Quan An 18. We sat by the river, or maybe I should call it a swamp instead, the water seemed stationary and sometimes when the wind change direction which luckily wasn’t very often, we get a bit of a pong.
Mr Host did the ordering, and while was having the discussion with the waiters, me and Mr Driver had some titbits. Mr Driver was also busy playing Candy Crunch at the same time, and he was already at a 300+ level, while yours truly was only at ..err…so as not to embarrass myself I should not say too much ..sufficient to say that it was at a much lower level, enough said.
While I ordered a coconut, which turned out to be a very aged fella.. it was so old, I was expected toddy from the coconut lah..er..not that one could get toddy from coconut, but you know what I mean ( I hope)
Mushrooms in tin foil – we had the same dish a few days ago too, but this one tasted the best. Apart from the mushrooms, there were capsicum, some chili and fresh peppers which I liked and hadn’t had in a long time.The mushrooms can be eaten with the deep fried crispy noodles, just soften the noodles with a bit of the gravy from the mushrooms.