Thursday, March 25, 2010

Afternoon tea break

It was 2 in the afternoon. I was given the most important task by my grandmother that was to go all the way down to Jin Chiew to buy buns for her and her friends. While they were enjoying LEGAL Mahjong means no money involve, no chips involve or even drinking involve. Only 5 people (4 players and 1 maid that help to refill tea), 4 set of chairs, a Mahjong table and Mahjong titles were involved in the game. It is a fun game to play as it can exercise your brain and eye sight. It can also be a very intense game =/

As most of us know, Jin Chiew is famous for its breads and buns. The store is pack of people in the morning and during 3 in the afternoon (time for big boss to come out and enjoy life)

Red Bean Buns

Roti Kuning one of Jin Chiew's big seller

I personally encounter a long friend of mine who was studying in Australia. The first thing he do when he arrived was to rush down to Jin Chiew and buy 2 Roti Kuning. His parents will do the driving back home and all he does was lay back enjoying the wonderful scenery (This is what he told me, I did not make any of this up. It does makes me wonder which scenery was he talking about =/) of Brunei while eating bit by bit of the bread.

Jing Jing taking a bite of the red bean bun!!


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