Scene 1: In the car, somewhere along the North-South Highway
Dad: Mama, where's that place where you can get delicious dumplings?
Mama: (busy reading Google Map)...hmmm...I think it's Tanjung Malim.
Dad: Is it far from here?
Mama: Next exit.
Dad: How far?
Mama: Look for the signboard...ummm...500 metres.
Dad: Phew! Almost missed the turning.
Mama: It's OK. We didn't.
Dad: Now, how far in from the toll booth?
Mama: Dunno. Let's just cruise in. We are not in a hurry anyway.
Scene 2: In the car, after half an hour going in circles.
Dad: Boy....this town has changed so much since we were last here.
Mama: Yeah...that would be about ten years ago.
Dad: Where's the darn shop?
Mama: Dunno. Let's drive around some more.
(...someone in a red car swerved dangerously in front...)
Dad: What the @%&*!!!
Mama: There! On the left...ooohh...we've passed the junction.
Dad: It's OK. We'll make a U-turn.
Mama: Thank Cod there's not much traffic here. Finally....
|There...what we were looking for. The famous restaurant that sells the Famous Tg Malim Pau. "Pau" is the local name for dumplings Chinese style.|
|This freezer welcomes you at the front. Frozen ones to take home. Four types of pau fillings to choose from: chicken curry, beef curry, red bean paste and coconut jam.|
|Hot and steamy ones to partake at the shop.|
|All ready to be steamed.|
|Coffee to go with the pau.|
|A display of newspaper cuttings.|
|Another display of newspaper cuttings. Told you this shop is famous!|
|Can't help chuckling at this one.|
|The restaurant also has an extensive menu offering Malaysian cuisine. This is a noodle with gravy thingy.....before demolition.|