So you asked me about lunch?

by Asiamack September. 06, 2012 307 views

A PB Friend asked me what I usually eat for lunch. It's hard to describe because in Malaysia, being a potpouri of Asian delicacies, people are able to enjoy so many choices either Malay, Indian, Chinese, Indonesian, Japanese or even western, Arab, African and Latin American food.

However, today I had these for lunch ~ yummy, inexpensive food best enjoyed at small, open air restaurants.

Chicken fried rice with bull's eye egg and plain soup

Steaming hot beef bone soup with lots of chillies

and extra shrimp paste in hot chillies ‘sambal’ for the sauna effect after lunch

a glass of cool iced coffee for a starter

and an additional tall glass of iced lemon tea to cool down the hot chillies effect on the lips and in the mouth.

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Armando 8 years, 7 months ago


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É»„Æ™‹Ç†™ 8 years, 7 months ago

this is Chinese food very nice!!!

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Anggrekfoto 8 years, 7 months ago

Mengundang selera, sedap. Great set.

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David 8 years, 7 months ago

Ah Doh hai ! Sedap..!
And I bet... a stick of cigarette to climate after this wonderful lunch set !
Oh Geeee... Now I am hungry!... I am !

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Dannii L 8 years, 7 months ago

As usual the food looks yummy!

I agree with DancingDolphin, we are dominated by the sandwich for lunch, or something quite light an easy. I'd love to hear more about your local customs. In return I am happy to do a day of meals from the UK blog

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Jacki 8 years, 7 months ago

HOT seems to appear a lot? Looks great!

So I'm curious, do many working people (or students) TAKE their lunch with them to work or school? Here the sandwich seems to dominate lunch time but I assume it is because of the convenience of taking it with you.

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Art Bee 8 years, 7 months ago

It all looks sooooogoooood!

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