I kind of miss to hang out with bunch of my blogger friends to go yum cha and watch movie together. Since my final exam will end by end of this month, I gonna be free for the whole July!
Guess what? Thanks to Advertlets and Nusantara Edaran Filem who give away free movie passes. Not only one but two movie screening! Means that it is gonna be four ticket! WHOA!
Before I talk about the movie, I gonna answer their question… “If you could get away with it, what is the one thing you would have done differently in highschool?”
I would want to avoiding social media and photography. Why? I would want to focus on my study and family business because I do not want stuck in Malaysia =)
What? Lulla Man
Where? Cathay Cineplex e@Curve
When? 19th of July at 9.30pm
This movie about 3 married men who go through tremendous lengths to hide their night activities with other women so that their wives don’t find out. However, the wives discover this and team up to seek revenge. This Thai blockbuster is absolutely hilarious from start to finish. If you’re not familiar with Thai comedies, think 80’s and early 90’s Stephen Chow.
What? Larry Crowne
Where? Cathay Cineplex e@Curve
When? 13th of July at 9.30pm
Larry Crown: Starring Tom Hanks and Julia Roberts, it’s a story of a middle-aged store clerk who is fired. Drowning in debt and no direction, he now feels like its time for a change. Soon, he falls for his speech instructor. Larry Crowne is a witty comedy about life’s surprises and new beginnings.
For Indonesia food lover around nilai, I have good news for you. Another Indonesia restaurant has opened at desa palma that call Jawa Timur. The restaurant just open for less than 3 weeks & 90% complete renovate has start their business. Why 90%? Because another 10 % is for their Wi-Fi & decoration which is not yet totally operation.
Some of the decoration and environment of the restaurant. They combine 3 type of restaurant style which is you can see from their dining table. They have restaurant style (seat on the floor), Kopitiam style (round table) and also bistro style (outside & open air area).
The ketchup chicken cost you RM6. The sauce is spicy and make sure you have your drink first before you eat.
Ayam pangang (grill) cost you at RM6. The texture that you can see has a lot of chili and the taste really spicy.
Teh Sorsa (ice tea) RM1.30 just ordinary tea.
Apple juice RM2.60. I like their spoon + straw.
Honey dew milk and Watermelon milk cost at RM2.80 each. All of fruits drink will come together with spoon + straw.
The menu is unique The name of food is weird. But, don’t worry because they put in bracket the explanation of the food.
For those who follow my blog before, the restaurant located nears the Little Seoul & D’REEN Cafe at Desa Palma. They also have another Indonesia food restaurant that I suggest just near there also Bondi (1 & 2).
Overall I will vote: 5/10 for the service because their service slow. The foods came first before drinks. 8/10 for the food quality and quantity of the food excellent. 8.5/10 for the environment. They have unique decoration & combination of 3 style. They also have Wi-Fi.
Marky and I inviting 10 food/lifestyle bloggers (or relevant) for a food tasting session at Kashmir Cafe on 23.05.2010 (Sunday) 3PM. Doesn’t matter if you fly a Nuffnang banner or Advertlets banner or no banner at all, as long as you’re a relevent blogger. Food and drinks will be FREE. You are only expected to blog honestly about it as a food review within two weeks of the session. Free food (I’ve tasted it, it’s worth trying!) . Due to limited seatings, I will unfortunately have to select who is coming and this is not on a first-come-first-served basis. Sorry lah, can’t possibly invite all my blogger friends.
Kashmir Cafe in SS3 is a family-run restaurant that serves Indian food. They’ve been in the business since 1979 but took a break in 2007 due to family matters. Recently they’ve reopened in the same row of shop lots where the original restaurant once was. Here’s a brief overview of the restaurant and what you can expect:
They serve banana leaf rice, mutton/chicken briyanis (their specialty) and a variety of Indian dishes. Also available are rotis and thosais (got some interesting ones as well – I love their chicken malasa rava thosai). They have lassi as well. All their spice mixtures are made from scratch – none of that packaged store-bought stuff.
Very clean, very well-ventilated. It’s just a like a normal shop lot, but the inside is a bit like a cafe. Service is great, unlike most banana leaf places. Quite comfortable even in the hot weather.
Prices are lower than cafe prices, you get what you pay for. For our session, everything is free and you can pick whatever you want to eat (please be responsible and not overly greedy).
So, if you’re interested just complete this: 1: Fill up this form! http://marcky.my/kashmir-cafe-food-tasting-session/ 2: Leave some comment in this post what you think about it. 3: Submit your application together with one your best food post url before Sunday 16th May. 4: Invites will be sent out through email and will require confirmation of attendance by invited bloggers. Should an invited blogger not confirm their attendance, the invite will be passed to other bloggers in line.