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Tuesday, November 17, 2009, 10:46 PM
Keropok

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Era Maju


This will be a short post. There is a Malay restaurant located at Wangsa Maju called ERA MAJU. The food the serve there is practically the same as the rest. The tastiness of the food there are on moderation, wouldn't say its the worst and it doesn't give you the best first impression as well. 


but what caught my attention was their "Keropok". From my own experience, i hardly see malay restaurant sells keropok. the Keropok they serve there are homemade, not your ordinary packet chips. Wtih only RM2 you can enjoy a plate filled with crispy Malay crackers. The taste on itself alone is good enough but eating it with the homemade chilli sauce bring the taste of the crackers to a whole new level. Crispy on its first bite, partially sort when dipped into sauce make it crispy and soft at the same time.


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Keropok!


Their sambal Belacan is also one of the "must try". It taste good with any food. the sambal belacan taste delicious and its not that spicy. 


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Sambal Belacan


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One of the store at their restaurant


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The interior of the restaurant


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The owner of the restaurant.
On the sideline, i wanna show you guys a cute creature i found out last night. It looks like a rat but way bigger than an ordinary rat. Looks like a rabibt but isn't as big as a rabbit. Super adorable and it does not bite. definitely not any fierce pet. Its like an energizer bunny jumping here and there, hyperactive would be the best term to associate with this pet. 


This thing is called "chinchilla". You can get it at most of the pet shop, i think. it costed from 800-1300 depending on its color and size.


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both Chinchilla


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The grayish white one


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The Light grey one


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