It was an enjoyable Friday visiting and eating with Xian. We were in Ikea, Ikano and the Curve the entire afternoon and evening. There are lots of makan options at the Curve but as usual, we were so indecisive. Haha.

We checked out the directory and Bubba Gump Shrimp was our choice since there is none in Penang.

Don’t you think the shrimp logo looks cute? I do..

Xian baca menu.

After making our order…

And and here comes our food…

Run Across America Sampler (RM43.90)

Bubba’s Far Out Dip and Chips, Chilly Shrimp, Spicy Chicken Strips, Hush Pups, and Mama Blue’s Fried Shrimp

Spicy Chicken Strips

Chilly Shrimp

Mama Blue’s Fried Shrimp & Hush Pups

Bubba’s Fire Cracker (RM26.90)

Boneless Chicken Thighs basted with homemade spicy Fire Cracker Sauce, served with Seasonal Veggies and Red Skin Mashed Potatoes

Thanks Papa for the treat!

Bubba Gump Shrimp Co.
The Curve, Lot 145, 1st Floor,
No.6, Jalan PJU 7/3,
Mutiara Damansara
Petaling Jaya, Malaysia, 47800
Tel No: 03 -7710 9862/63
Mon – Tues: 10:00 am – 10:00 pm

Strawberry juice and ice water


Mushroom Soup

Seafood Tomyam Soup with Rice (RM5.00)

Sizzling Chicken Chop Set Meal (RM17.90)

Comes with a drink, a soup-of-the-day and ice cream

Nothing to shout about the food here.

Thai Cuisine

November 20, 2008

Do you like spicy food? Do you like Thai food? During our class last Tuesday, we learned Thai Cuisine and the 3 dishes we cooked were pineapple fried rice, curry prawns and green curry chicken. I have learned that one of the main ingredients for Thai dishes is fish sauce. It is an essential ingredients in many curries and sauces. We used it in 3 of the dishes and the out of those 3, I like pineapple fried rice the most. The salty taste of the sauce blends well with the sweetness of the pineapple chunks. I will share with you the recipe in my next post.

Pineapple Fried Rice

Curry Prawns

Green Curry Chicken


September 4, 2008

Seafood in wanton skin

Seafood in pancake

Prawn fritters

Spring rolls


August 21, 2008

As we all know, pasta is a term for Italian variants of noodles. There are approximately 350 different shapes of pasta and each of them has a unique name for itself. The common ones are spaghetti (thin and long), macaroni (tubes), fusilli (swirls) and lasagne (sheets).

Today we had Italian lunch. We prepared 4 types of sauces for our spaghetti and fusilli. The fusilli we used comes in 3 flavours with 3 different colours; tomato (orange), spinach (green) and original (beige). The colourful fusilli make our pasta look more appetizing *grin*


Fusilli Napolitana (made with fresh tomatoes & tomato puree)

Fusilli Bolognese (we substitute minced beef with minced chicken)

Seafood Marinara (tomato concassée with fish fillet and crab sticks)


Spaghetti Napolitana

Spaghetti Bolognese

Seafood Marinara


We learned about appetizer and main meal today. We made prawn cocktail for appetizer and our meal was fish and chips. We even made our own mayonnaise, cocktail sauce and tartar sauce! Haha.

Fish & Chips with homemade tartar sauce

Tartar sauce is a combination of mayonnaise with chopped gherkin, chopped onions, chopped hard boiled eggs, some lemon juice, salt and pepper to taste.

Prawn Cocktail with homemade cocktail sauce

Cocktail sauce is a mixture of mayonnaise with tomato sauce and chili sauce.