Premium priced food court dinner@Level 5, Food court, MBK

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http://whenwaterwaseverywhere.com/?x=real-viagra-for-sale There are two food courts in MBK. One, with less privacy and cost, at level 6, catering more to tourists and weaker currency tourists eg: Malaysians like me. But it can be easily missed as you would pass through the another food court at Level 5, thinking that this was the only food court available.

comprare viagra generico 50 mg a Milano We went in to the Level 5 one, not knowing. We were given a card each upon entry and charges would be incurred into the card upon any orders, same concept as Marche’.

see url We realised that this was the premium food court when only Caucasians were eating and each price tag looked really premium.

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prezzo viagra generico pagamento online a Verona Slightly wet, but still rather spicy. However, the egg was just too salty. Much like how I used to fry eggs when I was in high school. Tons of soy sauce, youthful body to take the salt overdose. Urks.

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This was the clear style Tom Yam Kung, spicy as ever, but the flavour of ginger and lemongrass was heavy. I much preferred this to the creamy dense coconut milk version.

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The first Asian we spotted, hurrah high five! Although it was premium priced, the service was no different. I still had to walk back to the counter to collect my food like any other food courts. It did feel quite like a rip-off but when I went up to the 6th floor to check out the scene, the place was packed and noisy and the payment system was even more complicated. I guess the extra RM 5 – 10 per dish went in to comfort and convenience.

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Intercontinental Bangkok’s service was amazing (except the check in and checck out). Every guest is given a complimentary drink voucher and the drink isn’t actually shytty but the real deal with great choices: local beers, freshly blend fruit juices or coffee/tea of any kind.

EASY GUESS. ONE SINGHA PLEASE!

After a tiring whole 2 days without much rest from last week’s travel, a short 30minutes by the comfy sofa and cozy environment, accompanied by this icey cold beer was a much needed break for me.

Looking forward to return home tomorrow!

No more Foodpanda delivery@Wendy’s at home

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Lazy night. With a blank mind. Saw the ad on foodpanda on FB and logged on the website to have a look. Knowing there was a Wendy’s nearby, I decided to try out Foodpanda’s service for the first time and chose Wendy’s for dinner.

The delivery took slightly more than an hour to arrive. GOSH. For a place that is so near my house.

Sadly, the quality of the food was the worst I had ever seen in any food delivery services. Not sure where it went wrong, the service provider or Wendy’s,  but there wasn’t any sauces or straws given, my Coke was spilled and….

The fries…were like withered weeds. Soggy, tasteless and I couldn’t eat more than few sticks.

The beef burger, was the tiniest I have ever seen. Soggy, cold, bleh.

The best among the 3 mains were the nuggets, even those were cold, hardened and thankfully the taste was rather bearable.

Total damage was RM 30 over.

All I can say is…I am never trying Foodpanda ever again and probably not in a long time for Wendy’s. McDs delivery time is faster, and even though the fries became soggy but never to the level like this one. Even KFC beefed up their delivery services, given good quality packagings to keep their fried chicken warm and shorter delivery time too.

Booooooo…..

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