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Saturday, March 24, 2007

McArabia or English breakfast, what your choice?

" my brunch...yum, yum, yummy. "

" Grill Kofta McArabia poster outside McDonald "

Today Saturday I had 'halal' english brunch consist of sunny-side-up fried egg, roast beef, sausage, mushroom, tomato, baked beans which gave me anus gas'sation, tasty prawn pancake with some greens and wash it down with pomegranate juice. This meal really made my day (i like...). I walk in this cafe after smelling the nice aroma of grilled meat, but can't remember the name of the cafe.

I also tried McArabia meal, it is made of Arab bread 'imported from Britain', grilled chicken 'currently being imported from Malaysia or not', lettuce, tomatoes with Arab sauce. Yap...I had Malaysian chicken 'ta pau' for supper. ..Burp!

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on the 4/09/2007 09:59:00 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

da roasted meat look delicious...i go for that anytime

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