Monday, November 30, 2009

Well, I lied, I took pictures in Adelaide, after all

I suppose the handphone is handy after all.

Late in the night, right smack in the city of Adelaide, as the shiny lights did its thing, my stomach became grumpy. I would have walked across the street, below the lights and ordered a whopper with real bacon, but no, how could i?

Instead, we drove to O Connell Street to Blue and White Cafe where we indulge in the classic AB, a brilliant creation for the drunk and sober. This definitely bought back the memories of the past where i first ate this a good 7 years ago.

A mix of lamb kebab meat over fried, garlic, bbq, tomato and abit of chilli sauce which has gained so much reputation that it is featured on Wikipedia!

Oh so yum and so exclusive to Adelaide.

10 comments:

superwilson said...

Pictures aren't that bad!

Sean said...

looks good! now if only some outlet would start serving that in kl, huh. looks not-too-difficult to make, though i guess it'll never taste the same as the original :D
the wiki entry is pretty interesting too, especially the origin of the name. have u checked out both the cafes that serve it?

"Joe" who is constantly craving said...

sean: haha tat serving btw was aud20, which means rm60.. yes, although as ex collegian of lincoln and st anns, we dont fancy the red 1..

superwilson: u oh so kind..

Jun said...

the last time i had AB was 2 yrs ago and i din find it as nice as before :( urs looked more appetizing.

thule a.k.a leo said...

have you checked your cholesterol level after having the classic AB?? Looks sinful enough

"Joe" who is constantly craving said...

leo: haha its ok la, just chips, kebab meat and lots of sauces..

jun: really? ok wor..

thenomadGourmand said...

Hehe..i nvr knew AB exist!
Thks for the educational link!

CUMI & CIKI said...

wallau, i could hardly make out the second photo.. for all that lard. must have been that sinfully, fatty and delicious huh :P

"Joe" who is constantly craving said...

c&c: no pork lard also..hahah..should put some hor..

tng: i doubt alot of ppl know bcos its available on 1 street in a small state of a country down under..

Anonymous said...

Joe... i missed AB... reckon if you found any in Msia?

Jason