Traveling to Korea Part 6

I can’t believe our one week adventure is almost to the end. New memories and adventurous experiences made throughout this trip. Day 6, the weather wasn’t too kind. It was drizzling the whole time hence, we had to change our itinerary with Shopping Day.

We didn’t buy much for ourselves but instead we helped friends to buy some goodies home.

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By night fall, the rain had stopped hence we strolled back along Meongdong streets to have our farewell dinner.

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*cheers to a fabulous family bonding trip*

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SO GLAD I WAS ABLE TO TRY THIS!!!

The raw gooey, slimy and sticky texture was quite palatable for me. However, the husband, and kids were very much freaked out watching me eat half of the plate.

The other half, I decided to try to have it semi cooked with sesame oil. This I didn’t fancy so much. I personally find that the sauce somehow over cover the taste of the octopus. Perhaps the sesame oil is too strong for my liking. >.<

The very next day, we had to rush off to the airport rather in the morning. Thankfully, we were able to stop by for a quick breakfast + coffee before heading to the airport.

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It took us about 2 hours upon arriving the airport. The husband and I wanted to have our one last meal before the plane ride home.

No meal is complete without LOVE and desserts. 💕

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Traveling to Korea Part 5

We started our day by dropping by the famous Osulloc for some amazing green tea while the husband had to do some work.

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Known to be one of the famous premium green teas that comes in a wide range of variety. Although it is a tad bit pricy but it is most certainly worth trying, especially if you are a green tea lover.

We then headed over to Hongdae, with the intention to check out the famous trick eye museum as well as their famous street food.

The kids obviously had loads of fun there. 😍

Hongdae has many amazing cafes to check out. As the time and weather wasn’t too good, we only managed to check out the lamb cafe.

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We had coffee and their waffles here.

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We then walked along and saw some pretty interesting things and had some yummy street food.

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We then headed for dinner before heading back for the night. 😍 #eatnonstop

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Traveling to Korea Part 4

Day 4 in Korea is a Day for the kids. They were extremely excited about today and probably looked forward to THIS DAY the most. WHY? Because today we are heading over to LOTTE WORLD.

Our morning started off with breakfast.

I was in LOVEEE with this..

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It’s so fluffy and soft on the outside (something like sponge cake texture) but it has the most light yet creamy fresh cream on the inside that just ooOOozzeeeee out when you bite it. #deliciousisanuderstatement

My son, on the contrary was obsessed with the cute pororo character printed cheesecake.

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As soon as we finished. We headed to Lotte World.

I have always tried to plan something fun/interesting/amusing for the kids on every little trips/holidays I have, as I believe sometimes kids learn most through fun experiences in life while we are making and creating memories together.

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It was a fantastic indoor theme park and we had quite some fun there too! 🙂

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We were there for a good 3/4 of the day and decided to head on back somewhere nearer to MyeongDong for dinner.

On the way back, the boy saw his favourite character again. 😛

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We decided on Mexican for dinner that night.

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Followed by desserts before calling it a night.

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Traveling to Korea Part 3

Rise and Shine

It was yet going to be another fabulous day in Korea. WHY? Because today is the day where I will be seeing, breathing, eating and eating and eating all day long.

To be honest, I love to indulge in eating quite a fair bit when I’m traveling which sometimes the husband gets a tad bit scared of my crazy sudden urge of appetite/eating patterns.

Day 3 was planned to be the day where we head on over to Garosu-gil for cafe hoping.

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Doesn’t this look so good?!?!

I was literally in love with the Latte here.

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We walked along the street of fashion and as usual ended up not buying anything. Don’t get me wrong, I do love shopping but sometimes I don’t know what to buy. #wtf #dontwastemoney #goodwifematerial #luckyhusband

Next stop is known as the BANANA TREE

They serve this really cute looking plant like cake which my kids were both freaking out when I took my first bite into it.

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Next stop, we came across this really pretty and vintage looking cafe.

It was really quite unexpected but with very few seats available inside this tiny cafe was half full with customers that we had to walk in to try.

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We ended up ordering high tea there and while I was waiting for them to serve, I walked around and saw these cute looking Rose Financier (which is pretty much like sponge cake if you ask me 😂) 

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We were all definitely sugar high after this!

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As much as I would love to eat some more… the husband and kids were pretty much giving me the NO MORE EATING LOOK.

We then headed back to MyeongDong and guess what… the little girl was so amazed by tornado potatoe that we got one for her to try.

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to my surprise…. she could actually finish the whole thing!!!!

#gluttonyisinourgenes #wecaneat

Once she was done… we headed on to explore the Duty Free Malls before heading back for the day.

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Opps.. no. It wasn’t exactly like that. We actually went back to MyeongDong and had some food before heading back home. 😁

 

Traveling to Korea Part 2

Hello readers! Day 2 was a day filled with fun adventure. Starting the day out early we headed off to Myeongdong in search for food. Our mission was to search for the famous Issac Toast. It wasn’t too far from our location but it did take us a good 15 min brisk walk to get there with the kids.

The line was rather long when we got there. Thankfully it didn’t take too long for it to be our turn.

Verdict. It was definitely something worth trying. We ordered 2 toast surprisingly the kids finished up most of it for us. 😂 😍 #aslongastheyeatallisgood

We then headed for Coffee. I was once told that Korean has pretty amazing coffee and both the husband and I do not deny it.

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Sometimes I think it could be the milk they use. It’s creamy but light at the same time (does that makes any sense?) 

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We walked along and the next thing we saw had me and the little girl grinning from cheek to cheek.

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This is so darn pretty! AND its made from premium quality ingredients too!!!!!!

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Our next stop was to visit the all time favourite tourist spot Gyeongbokgung Palace. It was only about less than 3km away but we decided to catch a cab there instead of walking with the two little ones. 😂

The Palace was really huge. We were extremely thankful that even though the sun was shining it wasn’t hot at all. As I could describe it, we had fabulous weather that afternoon.

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We then walked along Gyeongbokgung area and decided to head on over to try the famous Tosokchon Samgyetang.

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Once we had gotten inside and settled down. We (the husband and i) pretty much had our main focus right on the KIMCHI. It is SOOOO GOOD!!!

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They packed little cute bottles of ginseng to be added into the chicken broth to combine with its dish. Despite it being a bit pricy, the kids definitely loved the chicken.

*which this momma has missed out on taking the photo* >.<

We then headed over to Dongdaemun but shopping wasn’t our priority for this trip but the little girl insists she wanted a photo with LINE BEARIMG_7555

…..back to MyeongDong we headed and soon after our first damage was made…

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#weirdpeople #comekoreabuyjapanesestuff #weloveonitsukatiger

*I swear, MyeongDong left us with quite a positive impression after our first purchase* 😂

Later that evening, the husband had an itch to scratch. YESSS.. SALSA!

 

 

 

Traveling to Korea Part 1

I love traveling. Who doesn’t , right?

…get to explore a new place.. breathe in new air… learn a new culture… see fantastic architecture… try amazing new food.. see some amazing people…and the list goes on and on and on..

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It was recently that we (my family and i) traveled to Korea. It has been a place that was on my bucket list to visit other than the amazing Japan that I can never get bored of exploring. But the decision to visit the country was pretty much a no brainer especially when I have been completely hooked with Korean Dramas lately. Secretly madly in love with Ji Jang Wook and Sunghoon which the hubs has been strangely supportive with my newly found  affair with them on TV.

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Back to the trip…..

As the kids are no longer toddlers, they are now much easier to communicate with (as for which if they will listen or not, thats another story to tell all together… HAHAHHA). I have been really thankful that traveling by air with them has always been smooth sailing.

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Our flight was 8am in the morning hence we had to be at the airport by 6am. We called the cab to pick us up which he came around 5am. Needless to say, the kids were knocked out a couple of hours in our flight and both had an hour plus nap (woohoo … break time for me!)

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I was pretty excited as I didn’t know what to expect when we reach Korea so I was up all the way.. 😁

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We arrived around 3:30pm and by the time we reached our Airbnb at almost 5pm and was ridiculously hungry!!! I had a pathetic tasting Nasi Lemak on the plane which I ended up not eating.

On the contratry, upon arriving our Airbnb was really fantastic. It is located at Cheonggyecheon-ro Stream which was only walking distance to Myeongdong. Large enough to fit 6- 8 pax. Depending on how big/small you are in size.

It was a loft style concept and I was completely in love with the design of this place when I first saw it. It reminded me bit of Japan as it was pretty small and cozy. We couldn’t exactly stand up and walk around upstairs as we needed to crawl to move from one place to another. For me and the husband, it was a pretty cool experience. Once we dropped our bags we went on our first Food Hunt.

We walked across the street to arrive at Myeongdong and soon saw this BBQ restaurant that caught our eye.

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We ate and ate and ate..

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The food was amazing!

We then walked around Myeongdong Street and did a bit of shopping and more eating. 🙂

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By now, it was close to 9pm and we were all pretty tired, but excited at the same time. Time seems to past really fast too. It was definitely way past sleeping time for the kids. Mind you, my kids sleeps really early everyday and they wakes up really early as well. So soon after dessert we decided to head back to rest.

Soon after bathing, my babies were snuggled up sleeping together while I had the perfect view to watch them sleep throughout the night. #preciousmoment #motherslove

Tips for Traveling To The Beach.

998970_10151917913348092_1651141950_nI have always loved to have a relaxing holiday by the beach. Staying in Malaysia i have been blessed to be able to head to the beach almost at anytime we wished, much thanks to our tropical climate here. The beach is probably the best destination to rest, recuperate, relax and enjoy. Studies said that having holiday at the Beach can help to unstress body and mind, other than that it will increasing positive mood.

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Going to beach seems to be easy, but there are many things you should prepare before you go. Here is some tips for travelling to the beach:
Use your sunblock – One of the most important thing before going to the beach. Use a proper sunblock with SPF to protect your skin from UV A and UV B. It also can prevent you to get a darker skin and sun brunt that could ruin not only your skin but also your holiday.
Wear sunglases – Although seeing the beach could relax your eyes, but the sun does not. After protecting your body from the sun, its also as important to protect your eyes. Ultraviolet can iritate your eyes and in an extreme case it can causing blindness. Bright light also can hurt the retina. So you have to protect your eyes with sunglases in order to keep your eyes healthy.
Choose the beach wisely – Even some beach are looked like the same, but you have to carefuly choose your beach destination. Pick the beach with good environment, bright sea colour, friendly local, good view and good resort is a must.
Go in the good timing (sun bright, no rain) – Good timing is crucial thing if you want to traveling to the beach. During the monsoon which is from October until late February is the time you have to avoid if you want to go to the beach. Many restaurant and resort are close because of the strong winds and heavy rains. Mid year is the best choice to go to the beach because it is a summer time. You can see beautiful sunrise or sunset across the beach and doing sunbathing in the afternoon.
Watersport – Challange your self in the beach! It’s the best alternate to having a healthy and fun sport plus holiday for you. Don’t forget to check what kind of watersport available in your beach destination such as jetski, parasailing, snorkeling or even scuba diving. Its the perfect way to keep your body fit in and after the holiday.

1186029_10151920052648092_206675624_nDream beach around the world – There are so many beaches around the world and i would most certainly hoped that one day i am lucky enough to visit all these wonderful beaches. For those who are like me and would want to go to visit these beaches as your next holiday destination, there are some dream beaches around the world for your recommendation for your upcoming holidays. These beaches are mostly from Asia. As everyone know, Asia having tropical climate which best place to enjoy the beach surround it. I personally have listed these places as my .. next destination to go to..  🙂

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Balangan beach, Bali, Indonesia

Source: wikipedia

Balangan beach is popular destination among surfers. Balangan beach also known as dreamland. The atmosphere of Balangan beach is quiete the same as in Hawaii. Balangan is the best place to surf and swim. If you are a beginner dont be worry, there are many surfing school that might help you to be able to surf.

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Turi beach, Batam, Indonesia

For those who seek a relaxing holiday at the beach, Turi Beach resort at Nongsa, Batam is the answer. it serve you a very blue sea and beautiful private beach. There also some watersport you can do such as Jetski, banana boat, Canoeing, and snorkeling.

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Langkawi Island, Malaysia

Langkawi is the best beach on the West Cost Malaysia. Langkawi serve a clean water, pristine beaches and a nice jungle surround. Besides doing some water sport, you can also explore the nature by trecking in the jungle, you can also ride a horse in here. But if you are a water sport jungkie than go to the beach and enjoy jet skiing or diving.. In Pantai Cenang beach area and you’ll find plenty of small stalls offering jet skiing services. For the seasoned jet ski individual, one can head to nearby Bunting Island for a picnic or a walk on the beach.

If you manage to go to those beach, don’t forget to select the perfect accomodation and transportation. You can reach those beaches by flight. You can try using Traveloka for the cheapest flight alternative you can get. They have one of the best bargains in town. *thumbs up* Lastly, remember to rest, relax and enjoy every single moment of the holiday. 🙂

Milkissimo Hakodate Gelato Review

I’m a complete glutton when it comes to premium quality ice cream and when i heard the New Milkisimo Hakodate Gelato was coming to town (Kuala Lumpur) for their Grand Opening at Da Men… i was sold and looked forward in trying out their selection of ice cream offerings.

imageInspired by far-off Italy Milkissimo takes the high quality milk of the Hakodate region and produces authentic gelato with all the abundant blessings of the Hokkaido Soil.

imageIts Flavours was inspired by classic Italian dolce desserts. The Gelato machines were installed in stores offering the perfect fresh made gelato using raw ingredients processed at Hokadate, Hokkaido, facility directly to Milkissimo store.

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Signature Waffle

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Parfait Strawberry

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Parfait Matcha

They have such a wide selections of flavours (to be specific – over 80 original flavours lineup on seasonal basis) as well as choices however unfortunately as much as i could eat it is unlikely i could try them all on the same day!

(A) Classic Favorites:
• Millefoglie
• Tiramisu
• Caramel Macchiato
• Budino
• Ciaccolato Bianco
• Occolato Bianco E Frutta
• Pannacotta
• Zabaione
• Crema Catalana
• Macedonia
• Zuccotto
• Zuppa Inglese
• Cassata Siciliana
• Baba
• Affogato
• Torta Di Mela
• Zuccotto E Lampone
• Bellini Alla Rosa
• Brownie Cioccolato

(B) Fruit & Vegetables Favourites:
They strictly selects seasonal ingredients from Hokkaido, such as Hokkaido fruits and vegetables.
• Edamame Estivo – Is made of edamame beans from Hakuto that carries a refreshing taste, reminiscent summer.

• Haskapp – Is known to be a fruit of Haskapp honey berry that taste like red wine with a hint of natural sweetness to it.

• Corn Fresco – A sweet, rich flavoured Hokkaido corn that is naturally sweet and rich it taste.

• Melon Matoro – Made from Hokkaido melons that is rich and consist of sweet authentic melon flavour.

Besides gelato, Milkissimo also serves a classic Italian selection of :
• Hot Chocolate
• Torta Gelato
• Millefoglie Crema

Others Menus includes:
• Brioche Gelato (Gelato served on bread)
• Gelato Cake
• Parfaits
• Hokadate Strawberry
• Hokkaido Haskapp
• Kuririn Pumpkin Pudding
• Rose Type Gelato

In conjunction with their opening… they are offering FREE upsize with any gelato purchase!!

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With a colourful and cozy concept, Milkissimo caters for everyone including children as well hence i’m totally diggin’ this place!

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I had the privilege of meeting founder (President from Japan – Mr. Koji Kurokawa) as he took time in sharing his knowledge and explaining to me the uniqueness of these premium quality ice-cream.

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I’m genuinely truly fond of Milkissimo Gelato Ice-cream. It is not too sweet and refreshing yet tantalising to the palate. Most definitely i would not mind having them again, however it is a tad bit far for me to travel just for an ice-cream. If you like creamy and premium quality gelato’s that is packed with full of flavour then Milkissimo will most certainly make you very happy.

If you haven’t already tried Milkissimo Hokkaido Premium Gelato in Malaysia.. you can find them at these locations:

Milkissimo Malaysia Gurney Plaza 

Lot 170-01-K5 Gurney Plaza,

Persiaran Gurney, 10250 Penang

Milkissimo Malaysia DaMen Mall Store

G-31, Ground Floor DaMen USJ 1,

47600 Subang Jaya, Selangor Darul Ehsan.

For further information you can check out their website at Milkissimo Website

My Top 10 immune system boosting foods

Every year as we approach the Chinese New Year season, just about everyone i know is either sick, going to be sick or is trying not to be sick. We blame it on bad weather (strong cold breezy wind one min and the next the glaring hot sun is killing us softly with its heat). 

While some of us do get sick, others who doesn’t seems to have the random luck.. you can increase your family’s odds by fuelling up on some superfood that primes the body to fight for your immunity.

We are all aware that a balance diet is important and nothing pains a parent more but to see their child catching an infectious disease. While i do my best to take care of the family’s nutritional needs i believe in including food that contains nutrients to boosting the immune system be it the Western or the Asian approach.

Here are my top 10 favourite Power food that helps me and my family with the immunity boosting.

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Leafy Greens 

I have and will always be a vegetable lover. It is loaded with nutrients, antioxidants, vitamins essentials to help boost our immunity. Consuming vegetables such as cabbage, broccoli, spinach, tomatoes and any other leafy greens helps us to combat any form of infections naturally. Although it may be challenging, i believe kids especially should be persuaded to consume all vegetables as they work to strengthen the body’s immune system.

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Protein Food

“To build immunity in kids give them macronutrients like proteins including milk protein, ovo protein as eggs and animal protein,” advises Dr. S Yamuna, Chennai-based consultant paediatrician. Alternatively, for vegetarians, there are also a general list of high protein vegetables such as tofu, beans, chickpea and more that also contains a great source of protein.

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Yogurt

As we already know, yogurt strengthens the intestinal tract and prevents gastrointestinal illnesses. Filled with probiotics of good bacteria, it helps to combat the bad bacteria in the body to prevent stomach infections. For the kids any myself, instead of ice-cream… yogurt is our favourite must haves as a snack or upon completion of our meal (like a dessert.. with a couple of favourite fruits dressed on top)

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Garlic + Ginger + Onions 

It is fairly common in asian cooking to include these power packed immunity booster in many of our dishes. Did you know it is known to have antiviral and antibacterial properties that has active compounds to promote the immune system. It is known to helps prevent cancer, aids digestions and aids gastritis at bay. Furthermore, it is also known to help combat cold and flu symptoms.

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Nuts 

One of my favourite yet fastest/easiest snack where i usually use as a topping to our yogurt or a little something for the mouth while watching the movies. A handful of nuts is usually practiced as the on the go kind of food/snack to have to munch at odd hours. It is known to contain a whole lot of proteins, minerals, and vitamins and they are also rich in antioxidants such as omega fatty acids, zinc, and Vitamin E.

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Fish

This is probably one of my children’s top favourite to have with their rice/porridge. It’s soft and easy to chew plus it helps build immune system and it is known to do amazing wonders to our working brain. It contains Omega-3 fatty acids as well as other healthy fats, a must to increase the activity levels of body cells. Fatty fish like salmon and tuna are usually our favourite options. 🙂

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Fruits 

Who doesn’t like fruits? My kids are simply fanatics when i offer them a fruit. Its sweet, high in fiber, antioxidants, vitamins, and minerals. I have yet to come across a child that doesn’t eat fruits willingly. There are some with exquisite taste which accepts only a limited kind of fruits but apples, bananas, mangoes, berries, peaches, melons, grapes and more all does the miracle wonder of having many hidden benefits that helps aids with the immunity. It is known that the deeper the colour of the fruit the better benefits it brings. So whether the child only likes a particular fruit, it doesn’t really matter so long as they do consume some.

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Honey

It contains many antibacterial properties and antioxidants that transform itself into a powerful immunity booster yet so easy to consume. You can drink it with warm water, spread it on your toast, oatmeal or even yogurt. Sometimes, i stir it into my lemon tea to help soothe sore throats and improve digestions.

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Root Vegetables

According to Chinese theory root vegetables like sweet potatoes, carrots and potatoes are good to improve the immune strengthening while it works on specific respiratory system. I usually make soup broths with these and include them into my children’s meal (usually with noodles, pasta or even to drink the soup itself with rice). 

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Wholegrain 

It is not hard to adhere wholegrain into our asian family lifestyle as we already consume rice on a regular basis. However, wholegrain rice is always preferred as known to be high in fibre and better nutritional intake for the body. Children needs at least 2 to 3 servings of whole grain foods per day (at least half of their grain servings should be whole grain if possible). For school-aged children, one whole-grain serving equals a slice of whole-grain bread, 1 cup of ready-to-eat whole-grain cereal, or 1/2 cup of cooked brown rice or whole-wheat pasta.

 

B-lab Bar + Bistro + Bakery

imageA couple months back i was introduced to try a new restaurant just below Verve Suites Apartment. Ever since that day, the husband and myself constantly return and have become a regular customer for our all time favourite Bar + Bistro + Bakery.

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The environment is spacious both outdoor and indoor plus it is totally kids friendly with a wide area of space for parents to manoeuvre especially those with strollers!

imageRun by the Managing Director/Chef Mr Yukichi Matsubara and his wife Zen the two couple had created a western inspired Asian Bistro with a wide variety of food selection that combines a superb blend of food just to suit all palates at moderately priced, 80 seats bistro & a fine selection of bakery offerings. It’s unique selection caters a variety of fusion food, bread, pastry, and even down to alcoholic drinks.. The restaurant opening hours are as early as 8am to midnight daily (7 days a week). 
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There were a wide range of bakery goodies.. from bread to pastries and biscuits.image

Personally i love the breads they have over here…

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The smell of fresh daily baked bread..delicious yet affordable!

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The Ultimate Breakfast (Two eggs of any style ; smoked streaky bacon, pork sausage and honey baked ham ; mushrooms, baked beans and hash brown; white toast, croissant, whole meal or whole grain; mesclun salad and herb crusted tomatoes)

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Smoked Omellete (Served with white toast, croissant, whole meal or whole grain ; mesclun salad and herb crusted tomato ; and french butter smoked salmon, normandy cheese, chives and parsley)

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Pancetta & Mushroom Ragout Pasta (If you’re a pork lover.. you will love this ~Salt cured pork belly and mushrooms pasta with white wine and fresh herbs)

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Reuben Sandwich (Beef pastrami with sauerkraut and Gruyere cheese sandwiched in between cereal bread)

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Seafood Marinara Pasta (Tomato based pasta with an array of scallop, sea prawns, squids, white clams and slipper lobster)

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Garlic & Chillie Prawn Pasta (Traditional garlic and chilli pasta tossed in Tiger Prawns and olive oil)

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Wild Mushroom Pizza (i tasted truffle oil in this one..it was so good!!!)

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Chicken of Breast (My personal favourite – Oven baked chicken breast with a hint of Cepes served with mushroom ragout)

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B-Lab’s Club Sandwich (Decked with smoked streaky bacon and honey baked ham ; avocado spread, home made tatar sauce, butterhead lettuce, white toast and complimented with a sunny side up)

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Pancetta & Mushroom Ragout Pasta (The husband personal favourite he had the same dish at two separate occasion – Salt cured pork belly nd mushrooms pasta with white wine and fresh herbs)

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Jamon Iberico and Golden Lily (Spanish ham, mango and pistachio on a bed of arugula dressed with extra virgin olive oil) 

On the days of our visit to B-lab, our meals are never complete without a good cup of coffee and their famous dessert~ Choux Cream:)

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For further information, you can visit their Facebook page at B-lab or alternatively you can just call in to make a reservation :

VERVE Shops Mont’ Kiara, Jalan Kiara 5, Mont’ Kiara, 50480 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner, Coffee and Drinks

+60 3-6206 1880