Sunday's Food Fest

Every weekend without fail, it is tradition for the Tan clan to go out for breakfast regardless of whether a busy schedule needed to be ten...

Every weekend without fail, it is tradition for the Tan clan to go out for breakfast regardless of whether a busy schedule needed to be tended to. So before church, we decided to eat around that area in a quaint little coffee shop called Taman Yew Lai Garden. Let's just say it wasn't the healthiest of breakfasts, but as long as it tastes good right? :3

After being enlightened by an awesome message, the tummies began to feel the hunger for more food. This time, a change of environment and cuisine. Oasis Square is located in Ara Damansara and is home to numerous eateries accompanied by a lovely ambience.

Vast water fountains made up 70% of the grounds in Oasis Square, emphasising tranquility and touches on modernity. Every single eatery that surrounded these water beds has a unique and aesthetic appeal that is sufficient to draw a customer's attention towards it.

Christmas is right around the corner, and Oasis Square was breathing with decorations to add to this festive period.

After admiring and analysing the vicinity, we decided to choose a Western eatery called Burger Factory.

The menu spread was extensive, making my indecisive mind cry out for help. But I decided to stick to my love for chicken, and choose the Crunchy burger which consists of fried chicken, egg, and veggies.


My family and family friends ordered different burgers, and an Egg Benedict to share so we were able to taste test a variety of food. The Ninja burger (soft shell crab) was accompanied by a wasabi like sauce which was probably one of the best sauces I had ever tasted. 

Ninja Burger (soft-shell crab)

Diving into my Crunchy Burger (fried chicken & egg)

Andd here is me and my ever so comfortable playsuit from Mink Pink, bag from HnM, and shoes from Rubi Shoes (Cotton On)

After the scrumptious meal, I assumed eating out again would not be an option tonight for dinner. But I was definitely wrong. My mum's friend recommended a restaurant called Lala Chong Seafood Restaurant at Kayu Ara, which took us quite some time to find as it is within the vicinity of a well-established kampung area. Once finally reached our final food stop for the day, the list of foods that were recommended by my mum's friend was read out to the waitress, which made it the quickest order I had ever seen taken :P the service was efficient, and we were awarded with more delectable foods. 

 And now that, commences Sunday's Food Fest ;P

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