[Jonathan and Lucy from London]
Jonathan and Lucy, hail from London, made the right choice when they decided to visit Malaysia during Ramadhan and invested in Pullman hotel to secure the best return in terms of mind, body and spirit. Not only enjoying the beautiful view of Kuching City, the two had discovered the real taste of Malay and Balinese dishes in Puzzle Restaurant. Being born in London, the two discovered that food is beyond sausages, cakes and pasta. It was a mind-blowing experience for them to discover Beriyani rice, fried noodles, meat cooked with 101 herbs, and an open-air fiery BBQ where the intense heat went deep into the heart of the meat. Not only them, I myself felt lucky to be invited by Pullman hotel to blog about the Ramadhan buffet and experience the delicious dishes and mouth watering dessert.
This year’s special, Pullman had invited two Chefs from Bali, Chef Kadek Janu Wirama and Chef Gusti Made Diartawan, who will cook their delicious Balinese dishes while the guests can actually watch them in action. Also present during the Ramadhan month, are Ustaz Razalie Bin Haji Huassaini (Pejabat Mufti Negeri Sarawak) and Ustaz Haji Sabang Bin Haji Dondang (Jabatan Agam Islam Sarawak). They will perform live Azan and the Muslims can join them for Maghrib, Isyak and Tarawih prayers at Pullman Hotel.
[The two chefs from Bali, Indonesia]
After tasting the food, I think RM89++ is a good deal considering that Pullman served wide choices of main course and dessert. And not to mention, my favourite drinks, soya bean and cocktails. The beautiful furniture set up and friendly staff added to the joy of eating there. If i were to rate this Ramadhan Buffet from one to ten? I would give them 8. You might ask why right? For a very simple reason, there’s always a room for improvement. Remember…nobody’s perfect.
If you would like to make reservation, please call 082-222888 or email to H6332@accor.com. Don’t contact us. Okey? Hahaha!
Have a nice day! And to all Muslims out there…Happy Ramadhan.
A few days ago, the nation was disturbed by the news that “Fake eggs” are being sold in Malaysian markets. This had prompted Veterinary Service to investigate the matter further.
And thank goodness! There’s no fake eggs in our market. Some of my students had asked me on how fake eggs are created. Seriously! I do not know the answers until I google it. Here are some information:
All the ingredients to make fake eggs are of chemical. Thus, they are dangerous to health. Fake eggs are known in China since 2006. Due to the rising costs of materials, many of them have stopped selling fake eggs. Before this, is is a good business. Just like selling “karipap”.
[Coloring and liquor are added to make egg york]
[The egg york has formed]
[The egg white, which is made of chemical is added on the egg york]
How do they make the egg round in shape? Easy…they use a mold like below:
And how do they make the egg shell? See below:
[The egg is put into a liquid that is made of beeswax, that later, when it dries, will become a hard shell]
There are many side effects of eating fake eggs such as metabolism disorder, liver disease, and disrupt the production of blood in the body. If you want to know further, watch this > Fake Eggs
Let us just hope that our country is still free from fake eggs yeah? Have a nice day.
Oh man! It’s school holiday, and yet I don’t really enjoy the holiday for two reasons: First, I have to study for my upcoming government exam, which I have to pass in order to get a permanent status, Secondly, I have test papers to mark. It’s like…I am working from home. However, thanks to the holiday, at least I can see my brother-in-law who came all the way from Sibu to spend the holiday with us and also I could bring my family out for a nice ice-cream treat.
Have you heard about IGLOO? Before the Spring shopping mall opens, it was near my house and yet not many people went there to eat ice-cream. Not because the ice-cream there is not nice, but the shop was at a bad location. Their luck changed after the move into The Spring. I guess by now, they have gained their popularity from the public. Need some photos?
(Photos courtesy of Canon Powershot A560)
[Hmmm…which ice-cream to buy?]
[Any nice ice-cream out there sis?]
[My family and I. As you can see, I did not eat any ice-cream. Hahaha!]
[My son actually managed to finish eating the ice-cream all by himself]
Congrats my little boy.