Anyway, yesterday we spent the evening at our favourite prata haunt. It's at Spring Leaf Restaurant over at Bukit Timah. We took a train down Hillview and walked about 10 minutes to the railway mall. We ordered our usual murtaburger which is basically like a burger but in a prata skin with lotsa cheese and mayonnaise. If you want to make your calorie laden food worth it, you should get this. They also have the ultimate murtabak which looks huge by the way and judging from the number of times I see plates of it pass by my table, this seems popular. Strangely, there were quite a lot of Chinese people in their traditional clothing stopping by here for dinner. I assumed most of them drive and this place is quite quaint outside the mall and finding parking space wouldn't be a problem. Behind the mall is the Bukit Timah hills and honestly, it looks pretty much like Malaysia with its hilly background.
There were some CNY decorations outside the mall which is basically a row of single story shophouses.
|Murtaburger was not pictured here but these were our main plates. I loved my cheese, onion and egg prata|
|Ignore my cake-y looking under eyes. It's a make up mishap. Anyway, enjoying my teh chino here|
As usual, we headed down to Coffee Bean which is a few shops down. At first it was not crowded and then after I made my order, suddenly there was quite a long line until the baristas kinda lost their momentum like forgetting one of my orders including the person before me as they tried to rush. No matter how busy you are, you have to ensure your customers get what the ordered.
|Gosh, I think time is not on my side already..looking older already, haha|
|Meanwhile, this guy is barely into his twenties..to be 21 again!|
So that was our adventure on the 1st day of the extended weekend. Yayness. Next stop tomorrow, Sentosa.
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