I guess sometimes I don’t give these two enough credit for being my source of Joy Food. Just looking at this california wrapped Maki with a slice of seriously fresh belly tuna on top and a dollop of japanese Mayo with fish roe gives me a lingering aura of pure ecstasy. And that’s even without having to taste it yet, the way it melts right into every taste buds of my tongue.
The day was filled with Shaz’s laughter, as the small group of us went to Midvalley to have dinner before our grand plan: to taste the Ultimate All-You-Can-Eat Durian feast! One of us had this meal which until today confuse me as to the origins of the white creamy stuff above.
But of course, one could never go wrong with Japanese Curry and Fried Breaded Chicken with Rice. Heck I used to cook this when I was in London, studying!
Instead, premium maki is more of my choice. One could really taste the sweet and savoury Unagi Special with this premium Maki.
Lastly before we left, these colourful salmon rolls make awesome snack to boot. Aren’t the roes pretty? 😀
And so we left for our Durian Fest: and it didn’t take us long to find a row of potentially disastrous durian-reeking stalls.
We picked one of them, selling their all-you-can-eat for only a premium of RM10. Those around either sold it at 9 ringgit or more at 11 ringgit. We later realised that it was a limited selection, one that would have to sacrifice the tastiness and goodness of the “upper class” durians.
And so we decided to skip the Durian Buffet, and go for expensive luxury 😉
We didn’t stop with just one, and of course, Durian without Coconut is simply unheard of. Well at least for me 😛
Just look at those gorgeous portions. Sinking your teeth into them feels like the ultimate soft flesh, melting into your mouth before your face turns into a scene of explicit pleasure.
Like the one Shaz is doing. I wonder what he’s up to with that funny shaped piece of durian hmm? 😛