EVENT – FHM CULINAIRE MALAYSIA 09 PART 3 BREAD, CHOCLATE & SUGAR ART WORK
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Shell’s ‘Men in Red’ Take to the Streets of Kuala Lumpur!
Shell Malaysia is unleashing its Men In Red teams once again in anticipation of another exciting campaign. Dressed in red overalls, the last time Men In Red hit the streets was in anticipation of the launch of Shell V-Power 97 whereby they gave motorists a quick taste of pit stop crew in action.
This time around, they will be at select locations in the Klang Valley interacting with motorists and giving out Shell premiums for those who answer Shell related questions correctly. On behalf of Shell Malaysia, we cordially invite you to catch up with the Men in Red to find out first hand on the next exciting campaign that is coming your way soon.
The details are as follows:
19th December 2010 (Sunday)
Time and Venue:
Option 1 – 1:00 p.m. – 2:00 p.m @ Pavilion Kuala Lumpur
Option 2 – 3:30 p.m – 4:30 p.m @ The Curve, Kota Damansara
How to get yourself invitation?
Please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org your blog url, Full name and contact number.
RSVP before Saturday, 18 December, 1pm.
Subject: Shell’s ‘Men in Red’
Roti Goreng Kambing (Mutton Fried Bread) @ RM5.00. Quite interesting and new for me. The bread actually is “Roti Canai” then they cut it into pieces. After that they fried together with the fried mutton and “rendang” mutton. Mix with some vege and chili.
Overall I will vote:
6/10 for the service. Slow even though you want pay the bill.
8/10 for the food quality and quantity of the just ordinary but the mutton fried bread not bad XD
6/10 for the environment. Just ordinary “palani”.
N 02″ 43. 012′
E 101″ 56. 655′
Located at beside Naza World and Wisma MIC.
In front of Jalan Rahang Petronas.
Just near with the KTM Seremban station.
P.S.: This is based on individual’s taste and liking and if there’s any other further questions about this restaurant or the food, feel free to drop a comment. Thanks!
Finally reach kelantan after had boring journey more than 8hours. I do not know that they do not have highway. Yeah… Was travelling use “kampung road”. Whoa.. at the end of Malaysia =)Had my hot milo in Thyne Ahnn hotel coffee shop that cost me RM1.60 for 1 small cup. Kinda expensive lulz. Met my foster sister and she sent me to her apartment for me to grab some rest and subuh prayer. Grab some breakfast and had a communication problem. First time in my life I spend almost 30min just for the sake of ordering my breakfast. When i want to pay, I just gave RM10 and wait for the change. Lucky I know how to read “jawi” coz some of the ads and the road sign is not in English or Malay.