Another reason why we don't go to malls much is because there's really nothing much to look for. So, if we go shopping without a shopping list, it becomes an increasingly difficult task to refrain from buying things we don't need.
But last weekend we had the kenduri arwah. We also planned on going to Melawati on Sunday morning for Nia's aqiqah (but we didn't, we're so sorry!!!) so, of course, it was best to sleep at my parents'.
But after waking up and having some breakfast, I got some snuggle time with Mama and one conversation dragged to another until my husband got bored and by the time we were done gossiping, it was already almost 12.30 p.m.
My husband said that it was superbly kureng of us if we just showed up to eat, so we didn't go to Nia's aqiqah after all. Maafkan kami, maafkan kami, maafkan kami!
Later that afternoon, since we were already in TTDI, we decided to go to The Curve. Yip Yip Yippee! IT HAS BEEN SO LONG! Rasa jakun yang tak terbendung. Heehee.
And since we sort of got some kind of "bonus" on Sunday, we decided to put the money to some good use - FOOD!
Had a tough time choosing what to eat and in the end we chose Gardens for some late lunch.
I already knew that we were going to have chicken for dinner. And I normally order the Carbonara or Lamb Shank, so I thought it was a good idea to order some fish. Well, it was a good idea as the dish as a whole (Grilled Barramundi + mashed potatoes + steamed vege) was delicious!
But... after 2 bites later, I told my husband,
"Encik, saya rasa dia rasa macam ikan siakap."
So, he tried my dish and agreed that it does taste like ikan siakap.
So, out of curiousity, I looked it up because the similarity is just... uncanny.
Well, now, I don't wonder anymore why my dish tasted like ikan siakap.
Barramundi tu nama glamour je!