In this time and era, the number of students going overseas to study and working people migrating out of this country is possibly more than you can ever imagine.
Those days, only the privileged ones get to go overseas, provided that they are either very smart so that they can get a scholarship or their family was outrageously rich.
Nowadays? Any Tom, Dick and Harry can score 9A's with their eyes closed, yet unable to speak a string of sentences of proper English can go overseas to study. As for working professionals, you got those people like me, wanting to get outside of their comfort zone to try something new.
Beside all that rambling which is obviously being a replacement for a food review (i am absolutely reviewed-out, i need to breathe), herein is the magical question to my readers before the weekend looms.
"If you had one thing to eat in the next 7 days before you fly out of this country (could be Malaysia or any other), what would it be?"
Would it be the ever so famous roti canai? nasi lemak? chicken rice? all the chinese pork dishes that you can think of? or will it be the banana leaf rice, mee mamak and fried chicken?
Since i was flipping through my Flickr photos, i think i wouldn't mind another meal of Rojak, chinese style. The sweet sauce flavoured with prawn paste and chilli wrapped into an assortment of fresh fruits.
Can anyone tell me if we can get Prawn Mee or as the people in Penang call it "Hokkien Mee" in Melbourne? I certainly hope so, if not i have to stuff myself with another bowl before i leave.
Either that or i hope that Little Penang seriously think of opening a franchise in Melbourne, which is by the way where i ate the above. Still not bad after opening all these years, a favourite haunt since our high school days. Deserve a 3.5 star out of 5 stars, a nice place to bring your foreign friends to, clean and yet familiarly authentic.