Every now and then, I have to attend seminars to fulfill the Continuing Education Program for my profession. These seminars are held at hotels either in KL or PJ. And when there is a seminar, there is a lot of food.
There is breakfast, mid-morning tea break, lunch and afternoon tea break. And how good is the food depends on where the seminar is held.
I attended a seminar at PJ Hilton not too long ago. Coincidentally, my brother also attended another seminar at the same hotel. So inevitably, we compare notes about the food (and not the seminar topic).
This was my brother's breakfast.
Coffee and fried noodles. Like his sis, he likes pickled green chilies too.
Then later I was updated with this pic of his desserts. Whoa!
Now my turn.
If there's Indian, that's what I'll have. Nasi briyani, mutton masala, aloo gobi and salad. That's just round 1. Round 2 no need photo lah.
And now desserts.
The cakes were on the dry side except for the very moist chocolate pudding (the shiny piece at the back). The watermelon was just for decoration.
Then on the second day, I spotted a corner for Sarawak food. There was Sarawak Laksa but I skipped that. Instead, I zoomed in for the Dabai Fried Rice and Ayam Pansuh. I have been very curious about these two dishes.
I can't really make much out of the Dabai Fried Rice as there is not much dabai content.
The Ayam Pansuh however was delicious, though a bit salty. I taste ginger in it. I must look for the recipe.
And coffee during the afternoon break. I had 6 shots of espresso (which wasn't a good idea) to stay
awake alert because accounting standards are very technical and you need coffee to absorb what the trainer is saying.
Needless to say, the overdose of espresso kept me awake the whole night. Bah! I should go slow on my coffee breaks.