By the way: if you’re having a 4-hour (or more) layover with Emirates at Dubai Airport, you’ll get a free meal voucher at the Emirates Transfer desk – check out the Indian restaurant at Concourse C! Spicy chicken curry.
First beer in Malaysia – Tiger (made in Singapore).
No beer in Brunei, which is a dry state. 🙁 Ok, then fresh orange juice with lots of ice. 🙂
…and then a fresh apple juice. 🙂
…and then a fresh lychee juice. 🙂
…and finally a fresh mango juice. 🙂
Ok, enough drinking. Here’s Brunei’s famous dish ambuyat – the white “sauce” up there is made of the sago palm!
Spicy chicken soup with noodles.
A delicious fish burger.
Hard times, desperate measures – ice bucket. 🙂
Continental brekfast (chicken sausages, hash brwonies, ketchup,…) at Sheraton.
Asian breakfast (fried noodles, indian bread with spicy sauce,…) at Sheraton.
Malaysian brekfast (rendang daging left – beef; kari ayam right – chicken) at Sheraton.
Oranjeboom Strong! 🙂
King prawns at roof top food court in Kuching.
Vegetables made in a wok at roof top food court in Kuching.
White pomfret at roof top food court in Kuching.
Shark fin soup!
Fish with vegetables, prawns with vegetables, special fried malaysian vegetables and lots of rice.
Asian breafast (fried noodles, curry puff, roti John) at Sheraton.
Asian breafast (kaya toast with strawberry sauce and chocolate syrup) at Sheraton.
Thai tomyam seafood soup. Extemely spicy!!! 🙂
Shawarma (basically a Syrian kebab).
Indian Kingfisher beer.
Nasi goreng ayam (chicken with fried rice).
Malaysian breakfast on the road – a version of nasi kandar.
Indian bread with some chicken curry.
Uf, strong. 🙂
Pau daging (beef bread).
Pau kari ayam (chicken curry bread).
Pau kelapa (cocoa bread).
All of them waiting to be eaten. 🙂
Fusion cuisine – chicken curry with potatoes and rice.
European-style grilled fish.
Sweeet toast filled with eggs, coconut milk, chocolate,… 🙂
The world famous, delicious and slightly spicy Penang laksa! Mmmm…
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