Wednesday, 19 November 2014

Momofuku Ssäm Bar 2007 at Seiōbo Sydney- Good Food Month 2014 + winner of Lucky Smart Snaxs giveaway!

Yes, I am well aware that we are almost at the end of November, and Sydney's Good Food Month has long past, but this post just had to be published.

 why you ask? 

Asides this being the only Hat's Off dinner event I made it to this year, this Momofuku dinner was a rare chance to not have the degustation and instead sample the much coveted 2007 Momofuku Ssäm Bar menu without flying to New York
and also it was absolutely jaw dropping meal. If I had to describe this meal, it would sound something like this: 

"That cow must of come from heaven!"

In fact, we may have said that out loud, leading to looks of concern from our neighbouring diners.

But read on, and you'll understand. (It's ok if you don't, my jar of Nutella understands)

Hand modelling the pork bun

Unlike the original Momfuku Seiōbo degustation, there is no need to camp out in front of your computer to snap up a reservation, instead you are expected to camp outside the premises 90 minutes before opening time (6:30pm) as it is a walk in only policy. 
 (FYI we weren't the first in line.) 

the queue

The menu on offer is surprisingly vast, with a great selection of small and larger main size dishes.
Since there were only 2 of us, we could only sample a small selection of what they had on offer.

The chefs working their magic

Once inside, we were lead to the bar tables, (best tables for spying on all the chefs and kitchen action!). The flow of the chefs at work was to the likes of sychronised swimming, no bangins pots, yelling orders or kitchen dramas (Sorry, no Gordon Ramsey here), just seamless movements and  delicious smelling aromas wafting our way. 

 Steamed Buns- pork belly, hoisin,cucumber, scallion

One does not simply visit Momofuku and not order pork buns. 
I don't think one can ever wax lyrical about these enough buns, and if you haven't had them yet (You have be unfriended until you have had one!), think soft fluffy buns with melt in your mouth slices of pork belly and cucumber and scallion to cut through the meatiness. They are so delicious I could easily eat a dozen of these myself.

 Spicy Honeycomb Tripe

Not many people will go need tripe with a 10 foot pole,  and it wasn't until recently that I discovered that tripe is actually pretty tasty.(Just don't think of which part of the cow it belongs to!)

Tripe is definitely one of those dishes where the flavour and cooking time needs to be spot on to create a superb dish and that was exactly what Ben Greeno and team executed. Tender bites of tripe coated in a delciously spicy sauce. one eord. whoa!

adding egg porn to the tripe

And when you add egg porn to a fantastic dish, you literally food coma on the spot. *insert heavy breathing* (Yes you, Irene!)

 Korean Rice Cakes w/ pork sausage, kale & kimchi

Next up was the Korean rice cakes, or better known as tteokbooki. These spicy chewy nubbins of goodness were definitely not your average street side vendor quality. It may look and sound like an average korean dish to you, but boy it was jam packed with flavour, i was especially pleased with the kim chi to rice cake ratio whilst the use of kale provided a nice bite and flavour compared to the normal white cabbage. 

  Marinated Hanger Steak ssam w. ginger scallion, kimchi and bibb lettuce 

And if we could all have a minute of silence for this cow.

Hanger steak is considered a prize cut, generally a cut the butchers save for themselves. Not only is it a cut prized for texture, it is also regarded as one  of the most flavoursome cuts too.
We had heard people raving about the hanger steak at Momofuku so we salivating seeing it being served to our neighbouring diners. Served medium rare, it sure did not disappoint. The meat was incredibly tender and juicy, and may have been the best piece of steak I’ve had to date. Not kidding you one bit.

The cow from Heaven. 

The steak was served with some deliciously tangy kimchi and ginger scallion. The idea behind it is sort of like a lettuce cup, but definitely with a gourmet touch to it.
I polished off a couple of pieces of this ridiculously tasty beef without the condiments just for good measure and boy would this steak would do the entire cow population proud! 

Tello's Chawan mushi w/ black truffle, snails, edamame & scallions  

Many say that chawan mushi is a hard dish to master and can tell you a lot about the restaurant and chef. Whilst steaming egg custard sounds easy, I have to agree to the above statement. To get an egg custard perfectly wobbly, the timing is crucial. Thanks to Tello (whoever you may be), this chawan mushi was amazingly silky and wobbly, with a strong but not overwhelming egginess, but it was the truffle  that stole the show, although pungent, it was devoured in 10 seconds flat. Definitely a dish that is underrepresented by its appearance. 

 Pan-roasted Skate- brown butter preserved lemon

The last dish we sampled was the Pan-roasted skate. Whilst this was a delicously cooked piece of fish, the brown butter and preserved lemon didn't really allow it to shine through on Momofuku standards. This was the only underwhelming dish we had all evening. 

If other reincarnations of other momofuku joints ever appear in Sydney again, I will definitely be making an appearance or i could start saving now for a trip to Big Apple to sample Momofuku's goodness. (logic right?)

Just like that, October Good food month came and went, due to work and exam comittments, The only other event I made it to was the night noodles markets (I'm sure you have all read about it!). I will definitely plan my time better next year and check out more of the offerings, but for now, I have some serious saving to do.

So to those more proactive, what was your favourite event of good foo month? Let me know in the comments below. 

Last but not least, Congratulations to Yvonne Tee on winning the Lucky Smart Snax Giveaway! Contact me for more details on how to collect your prize!

Till next time,


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Wednesday, 12 November 2014

GIVEAWAY [Lucky Smart Snax mixed nuts range ]


Uni has officially finished for the semester and year! This semester has been difficult, juggling work with 3 subjects, with one of them being probability and the another statistical coding based.
I have to admit defeat this semester, I don't think i've ever handed in such bad quality work ( even to my standards!) nor have I ever cried over assignments. 
Now that it has all been submitted (regardless if i've actually passed the units!), I can finally relax and soak in the lovely impending summer weather! 

Now less about me and back to blog! 

If you've followed my instagram, you know I am a chronic snacker, God forbid i ever my blood glucose level drops! 
This year I've also been actively trying to eat healthier (Ha!) so I decided if I was to snack, i should choose healthier options. 
Whilst I pondered and tried out many different things, the lovely people at Nuffnang kindlysent some  of Lucky Nuts latest Smart Snax range to sample.

Nut are literally spilling with health benefits, they are rich in polyunsaturated fats which is responsible for a maintaining a healthy heart.
Nuts are also versatile, whether you are snacking on them out of the packet or using them in baked goods or salads, they are still really delicious! 

With the impending summer fast approaching, shaping up is on a lot of people's priority lists, but sacrificing snacks makes me a sad person. So how Lucky (heh) am I to be able to have my snacks and eat it too?

Now let me introduce you the the Lucky Smart Snax range. 

1. Lucky Smart Snax Digestive. 

A high in fibre mix which is essential for a healthy digestive system. 

Ingredients: Oven Roasted Almonds, Peanuts, Hazelnuts, Cranberries, Sunflower Kernels and Pepitas

2.  Lucky Smart Snax Recovery.

A blend of nuts and seeds that is a good source of protein to aid recovery from exercise.

Ingredients: Oven Roasted Almonds, Peanuts, Pepitas and Cashews

 3. Lucky Smart Snax Womens

A mix that is high in Vitamin E, calcium, folate, selenium, iron and monosaturaed fats

Ingredients: Cashews, Almonds, Brazil Nuts, Walnuts

 4. Lucky Smart Snax Cardio

If you are looking for something to supplement you just before exercise, the cardio  is high in good fats and antioxidants. 

 5. Lucky Smart Snax Power

A high in energy mix to power you through the day. 

Ingredients: Oven Roasted Peanuts, Almonds, Walnuts, Hazelnuts and Dark Chocolate

 6. Lucky Smart Snax Low Carb

A tasty alternative for those who are watching their carb intake.

Ingredients: Brazil Nuts, Peanuts, Pepitas, Almonds and Walnuts

For more information on the range, please visit the Lucky Smart Snax website!

Overall, the new Lucky Smart Snax range was quite enjoyable, I love how you could pick up a different mix depending on what your day entailed instead of having to buy small amounts of multiple nuts and mixing them or getting bored of your own trail mix. Figners crossed that I get a summer body from eating nuts instead of other empty calorie snacks! 

Now to the important matters.


Thanks to the lovely pwople at Lucky and Nuffnang, I have a lovely Lucky Smart Snaxs hamper to give away to my dear readers!

The hamper will contain the entire new Lucky's smart snax range so you are covered day to night regardless of you are on the couch or at the gym. (I'm the former)

To win this lovely hamper, leave a comment below as to “Which Lucky Smart Snax product would you like to try and why?”. The most creative and entertaining answer will win. (please keep the nut jokes clean!)

The giveaway is opened to Australian readers only. The competition end on 18th November 5pm EST. The winner will be announced on my Facebook page. 

Good Luck! 

Till next time,


This post and giveaway is sponsered by Nuffnang, opinions are however my own. 

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Tuesday, 4 November 2014

Saké Restaurant and Bar- The Rocks

Sydney is such a beautiful city, I'm so lucky that I call this place home. not only is it a great place to grow up here, we have lovely weather and beautiful blue skies year round, oh and of course some great food! 

Which brings me to today's venue, Saké Restaurant and Bar. 

sake drums as ornaments

place setting

I first stumbled upon Saké after an event at the neighbouring Ananas Bar, We had had plenty to eat and drink but our dessert stomachs (we all have one!) were calling out for something sweet and decadent. That is how we ended up ordering every single dessert on the menu. (no, the alcohol did not confound with our decisions.)

But before I get to the dessert, let me start with a separate visit where we sampled the savouries. 

popcorn shrimp- prawn tempura pieces with creamy spicy sauce

Saké is known for their fresh ingredients and twists on their offerings, it also boasts quite a few signature dishes, with one of them being the popcorn shrimp.
the popcorn shrimp is not greasy and articficial like its chicken counterparts but it is instead made of juicy prawn pieces with a tempura coating and a blanket of a moreish creamy spicy sauce. It is the pringles of japanese fusion.

miso-cream scallops- pan-seared scallops, baby corn, asparagus,
shiitake mushrooms & yuzu miso cream

You have probably heard me wax lyrical about scallops (bonus of living in Aussieland is abundance of fresh seafood!) so when these gorgeous sounding miso cream scallops were spotted on the menu, we (well... I) couldn't not have them.

These plump pieces of scallops were cooked to perfection, perfectly seared on the outside and served with a creamy yet refreshing sauce with hints of yuzu. I couldn't fault this dish one bit.

Alaskan king crab maki- crab meat, avocado, cucumber, tobiko

We also opted for something more substantial and the Alaskan king crab maki did just that.
juicy fleshy pieces of crab was complemented with creamy avocado and topped with an abundance of fish roe. taste and texture? check!

chirashi salad - yuzu dressed sashimi pieces, crunchy salad mix, thin
noodles, sliced sushi omelette & flying fish roe, topped with daikon
tsuma & tempura crunch

Fact: The above is a salad. a really delicious chirashi salad. If this was the standards of all salads, then I am more than happy to live off salads for the rest of my life.

Under the blizzard of tempura crunch is fresh firm cubes of sashimi and flying fish roe on a bed of crunchy salad greens and noodles. The whole dish is a party in the mouth. Definitely a favourite of the night that had us scraping the bowl for the last bit fo tempura crunch.

Nasu dengaku- grilled eggplant with light and dark miso pastes 

A side of nasu dengaku was also ordered, because eggplant (gluttons).
Abit small on the serving size but the contrast of the light and the dark miso paste on the eggplant halves bought this dish to a whole new level. I must adapt this into my version of nasu dengaku too!

Now that savouries are done, we can talk about satisfying the needs of the second stomach, also kown as the dessert stomach. 

miso caramel chocolate fondant- w/
miso caramel cream & caramelized white chocolate ice cream

The dessert menu at Saké is quite limited, with 4 courses and a dessert platter. The waitstaff advised against the latter to we opted for all the other 4 on offer.

Miso is the salt of Japanese cuisine. The promise of  a oozy miso laced fondant with caramel was too hard to resist (why would you anyways?). As promised, the fondant was perfectly executed with the miso conributing tingles of umami to the palate. I however didn't like the caramelized white chooclate ice cream as it lacked flavour and wasn't as smooth.

green tea kit kat- Valrhona milk chocolate crunch, chocolate wafer, white chocolate and green tea ganache, earl grey ice cream and cherry jelly.

Next up in the green tea kit kat. If you like the actual chooclate bar, then you will love this. The components of this dessert mimic the chocolate bare really well but with more sophisticated ingredients and less of the processed empty calories. It was not an overly sweet dessert despite the white chocolate but the star of this dessert was definitely the earl grey ice cream. smooth and robust in flavour. scrumptious.

caramel koi pond- white and milk chocolate kois filled with yuzu caramel, shortbread, served with green tea truffles.

This caramel koi pond dessert is more on the theatrical side, with 2 chocolate and caramel filled koi fish sitting jelly. Whilst visually appealing, the milk chocolate koi was far more delicious amd the blue jelly remained unidentifed.

yuzu souffle- w/ rockmelon, coconut sorbet 

The last dessert we tackled was the yuzu souffle, The souffle had a nice flavour to it but t did not have the signature airiness to it, i also didn't like the pairing of the souffle with rockmelon and coconut sorbet, it just didn't feel right. So if there was a let down in our meal, it will have to be this one. 

Sydney, you are beautiful! 

The meal we had at Saké was definitely an eyeopener and definitely one to add to my favourites list. The service is friendly and the food is excellent without a hefty price tag. I will definitely return to sample more of the menu. 

So tell me, what dish can you never skip when dining in a Japanese restaurant? For me it is definitely anything with miso!

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Till next time. 


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Tuesday, 28 October 2014

Faheem's Fast Food, Marickville.

There's not many things that i'll get my hand dirty for when eating (try eating crab or some other crustaceans). So unless its fiddly seafood, it generally doesn't happen. But Faheem's proved me wrong. Tandoori chicken got my hands dirty. 

Sometimes it is the most unexpected that surprises. This is the case with a night out with the fabulous Lorraine of Not Quite Nigella. I kid you not when I say shes down to earth, beautiful, hilarious and a massive inspiration for my food blogging. 
(Do excuse me while I continue to fan girl in the corner.) 
So when the chance came up to meet and have dinner with the gorgeous Lorraine, I of course left the choice up to the more knowledgable. 

Lorraine asked if I wanted to check out Faheem's Fast Foods. I had previously heard raving reviews about this place and many colleagues talk about it so do I have to lose? nothing! 
Faheem's touts an unassuming look from the outside but it is  the local's gem serving authentic no-frills Pakistani and Indian food. Don't be put up off by the words fast food because they are cetainly setting the bar high. 

Faheem's greets you with an intense aroma of tandoori chicken. That can only be a sign of the good things to come no?

drinks fridge 
After persuing the menu, we decided to check out their drinks selection.
Many choices including lassi and incarnations of your usual soft drinks were available.

Thums up

 We picked the thums up (no typo!) out of novelty value. Thums up is essentially cola from India, it does however have a slight herbal tinge to it. 

garlic and kashmiri (not pictured) naan 

Living up to its name, food arrived on the table pretty quickly. First up was the naan. The naan is fluffy and as garlicky as one could take. I could easily go through 2-3 myself! We also tried the kashmiri naan, this naan was on the sweet side and I personally didn't enjoy it as much as I'm not a big fan of anything with sultanas.

Haleem's king of Curries

All the neighbouring tables were digging into their curries with gusto so we asked for a recommendation, we were told the Haleem's king of curries was quite popular amongst the diners. You really can't go wrong when a server recommends something! 
The soft boneless beef came together perfectly with the lentil based curry, a squeeze of lemon and you are practically in curry heaven!

tandoori chicken original (half)

We couldn't go past the wafting aroma of the tandoori chicken so we opted to try 2 flavours. 
First up was the original, the flesh was perfectly marinated and was still juicy and flavoursome. 

garlic tandoori chicken (half()

But my heart goes to the garlic version (garlic breath does not concern me!),The intense garlic flavour made this all worthwhile. Tip, get your hands dirty! its worth getting every tiny bit of tandoori goodness out!

lahori fish fry

when 2 food bloggers come together, over-ordering is bound to happen! 
 Which means a delicious leftovers lunch was had the next day!

That doesn't put us off ordering another dish though! the lahori fish fry!
This  fish fry is essentially fish and chips on crack. tender fish fillets were coated lightly in chickpea flour and deep fried. The coating was spicy, herby and heavenly. Mmmm I could do with a plate full for lunch today!

the seating area

paan- palate cleanser

Curiosity is generally a good thing, but in the case of paan,it was definitely an accuired taste. 
The betel leaf held strong hints of caradmom, coconut and rosewater, which was rather overpowering and confusing on the palate. sort of like inhaling morning fresh from the kitchen sink. 
Being me, I took a second bite to be sure. Note to self, always trust your first instinct. 

pistachio kulfi 

We were keen to try some authentic kulfi but unfortunately this prepacked kulfi was a let down. Lucid green in colour and lack of psitachio flavouring. It was also icy and impossible to bite from. 

Easily missed food gem on the busy Enmore Rd. 

My tips? skip the sweets and drinks and load up on the naan, curries and chicken. trust me, you won't regret it.
Fancy something sweet? head down to Hartsyard (proper food post to come!) for their weekly soft serve special.

Hartsyard's Sticky date pudding soft serve

We dug into the sticky date pudding softie and boy was it food heaven + foodgasm!  Outta the world delicious would be an understatement for the baby! I would gladly run on the treadmill for hours on end just for this soft serve!

After a night of stuffing our faces, it was definitely time to head home for a nice long snooze. The food coma hit and my eyelids were drooping by the time I got on the train. Thank god I didn't miss my stop!

Till next time, 


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Monday, 20 October 2014

Lunching with Poh- PappaRich Parramatta


Did I manage to get your attention?


Obligatory selfie with Poh.


How can you not be captivated by that skin? 

Now let me introduce you to another face to Milkteaxx, meet Irene from Irene is getting fat. 
She is a hilarious, food loving, chef stalking blogger who takes some pretty damn nice photos (the one with watermarks).

Now let me segue back to some other delicious Malaysian fare PappaRich Parramatta has to offer. 
It is a pretty long post with plenty of pretty pictures, so grab an Milo dinosaur and sit back!

Malaysian cuisine is one of the most popular cuisines in Australia, it takes influences from the Chinese and Indians, creating luscious spice and condiment laden foods. As the weather is malaysia is quite warm all year round, they are also quite innovative with their drinks, taking references from the western culture and adding a spin of it into their drinks. 

It is no different at PappaRich, which some say is a contender for the best Malaysian food outside of Malaysia. 

As always our meal started with a round of drinks. Papparich has an extensive choice of drinks, and over a couple of visits, its safe to say i've sampled a fair few and boy is it hard to decide on a favourite!

lychee soda & coconut paradise

A few of these lychee sodas were ordered on our visit, I was told that no drink could get as refreshing as this. I stole of sip of this and it sure delivers, mildly sweet and definitely refreshing! Another tropical contender was the coconut paradise. I'm not a big fan of coconut in drinks unless it is coconut water, but I was told this drink immediately transports you to a tropical island with palm trees, soft sand and a hammock. I quite like the latter so I must try this next time!

Matcha rocks

I love matcha and red bean so it would've been a no-brainer for me to order the matcha rocks.
This delicious concotion of creamy matcha goodness with bits of red beans is to die for! perfect for the matcha fiend!

mango mania & tropical lime

 I didn't get to try them, seeing them polished off in minutes flat meant they had to pretty good! 

open sesame & Milo dinosaur

The milo dinosaur is Malaysia's unofficial national drink. Icy malty goodness goes perfectly with the fragrant and spicy Malaysian dishes. 
On the second visit, I opt for the open sesame, a black sesame soy milk drink, whilst tasty, I found it a bit on the heavy side. 

This needs no introduction.....

Drinks aside, time for some serious calories. By that I mean crunchy crispy glorious deep fried chicken skin. These babies are unbelievably moreish and you simply can't stop at 1 piece. Worth every single calorie. 

Pappa fried chicken wings. 

There is also the over-shadowed fried chicken wings. These blistered skin give way to perfectly cooked chicken flesh. Mmmm! 

mixed satay skewers (chicken and beef)

I first had these satay skewers in Little India when I visited Singapore years ago. The ones we had at PappaRich brought back great memories, whilst delicious, it is a bit on the dry side, but nothing a good dunk in the sauce couldn't solve.

the satay station

If was given this job, no one would ever receive their orders.....

Selection of vegetarian dim sims

The dim sim selection at PappaRich are all vegetarian, so no one ever leaves hungry! 

roti planta

We start off with a strong contender of Roti Planta, which is flaky roti stuffed with margarine and sugar. The fluffy crispy goodness is further enhanced by a trio of spicy curry dips.

Roti canai

The original roti, distinct with its circular appearance, it is the go to for those who love a no fuss roti!

roti canai with curry chicken

You can also go a bit fancy and have your roti with curry chicken ! Do get your hands dirty and enjoy alternating bites of crispy buttery roti and rich flavoursome chicken curry!

Roti Telur w/ beef rendang egg and onion 

The options with roti are endless, you can have roti telur, which is roti with eggs and onions sandwiched between the buttery layers. Not as crispy as the original, but the egginess makes it all worth it. The beef rendang makes a lovely accompaniment to filled roti.

curry chicken laksa 

Now that we are through the rotis, it is time to hit the noodles. What I love about PappaRich is the variety, I always have trouble deciding on what to have, but fear not, with a bunch of food bloggers in tow, we managed to sample quite a few choices. 

When you think Malaysian you can't look past the good ol' laksa. 
The soup here is glorious, coconutty, creamy and spicy. noodles are cooked perfectly but the chicken is a bit on the dry side. 

curry vegetable laksa

They also cater for vegetarians with a curry vegetable laksa!

pappa assam laksa

For those who a bit more hipster and not too into the traditional laksa, this is the choice for you. The soup base is made with fish and has a distinct sour taste. perfect for whetting the appetite!

prawn mee 

Now to my favourite, I have always been a noodles person ( how un-Chinese of me!) Prawn mee has to be one of my favourite dishes, the fragrant soup comes with an assortment of toppings and 2 types of noodles. Perfect for the decision-phobic (me)!

just a smidge of the food.....

Just casually stuffing our faces ya know? 

vegetarian fried mee hoon

They also have a range of stir fried noodles for the upcoming hot days where soupy noodles are proved too difficult to eat.
The vegetarian fried mee hoon is a playground of flavours and textures, nothing bland about this dish! crispy bean curds and veges with rice noodles and generous amounts of bean sprout and eggs. 

CKT/char kwey teo

Better known as CKT, this is the dish to test whether the restaurant has sufficient "wok breath", which is what is responsible for the crispy charred bits. As much as i love the char on CKT, I find them a bit on the oily side, although the rice droplet noodles used are a pleasure to eat, squigy and starchy!

Plenty of seating at the Parramatta venue but queues are constantly snaking across the bus terminus! 

More of the gorgeous Poh.

Poh, please tell me your secret to looking gorgeous!

teh tarik demonstration

Our food inhaling was briefly disrupted by a teh tarik demonstration. This guy has some serious talent, not only can he make a delicious frothy tea, he can "pull" tea behind his back. 
If  you ever see me with this, run, as fast as you can!

briyani rice with red chicken and sambal prawn

More food landed on our table as the teh tarik demo finished. 
The red rice here is not the tomato paste one commonly seen in vietnamese cuisine, it has a slightl spicy kick to it, which complements the fragrant curry and sambal prawns. I could do with a bit more greens though. 

Hainanese chicken rice

A staple in the Malaysian diet, silky soft pieces of chicken poached in stock pairs perfectly with the flavoured rice. The side of bean sprouts add some freshness to the entire dish. 

ipoh koay teow soup with steamed chicken

You can also pair it with slippery rice noodles in a dark soy sauce. Slurping the noodles is part of the fun!

dry curry egg noodles with steamed chicken

Or you can opt for dry egg noodles with a flavoursome curry sauce. 

Eat all the Malaysian!

This is a spread of food for 4 people. yes, 4! 

Poh enjoying her dessert.

coconut sago pudding

Now to the desserts! 
We try the coconut sago pudding, the pudding is sticky and sweet with an intense coconut flavour from the milk. A great occasional choice as it is rather rich.

pappa premium ice cream

Unfortunately this was a let down.  the name suggested something more premium than supermarket neapolitan ice cream. 

roti pisang (banana) w/ ice cream 

We finish off with a sweet buttery roti because who said roti had to be savoury?  This buttery goodness is transformed into a whole new level with a caramelised banana filling. I enjoyed this even though I don't like bananas (or cooked fruit).

Let the food coma commence!

We were stuffed to the brim by the time our leisurely long lunch was over. But as true food bloggers, we waddled across to Messina to continue our action. 

Till next time,

Milkteaxx & Irenegf~

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