So is the MCO going to be lifted? At the time of writing, no decision has been made as yet. Maybe we will know today. But I guess it doesn't really make any difference since everything seems to have returned to "normal".
Activities at Damansara Uptown is back full swing, parking problem is back hah..hah..and so is the traffic jam. In the midst of the MCO, a new shop has opened - Yees Yogurt. Perhaps I will check it out later.
I noted with sadness that Orale has shut down. Looks like I have to make my own burritos from now on.
Can Can Can HK Dim Sum has also called it a day. Its neighbor Xin Fu Tang also closed shop.
I see that there is a YSY Spicy Hot Pot along the same row of shops. Based on my recent hot pot experience, there might not be many fans.
There is a newbie, Face Bar, a place where you can have your face
rearranged beautified. I wonder how will they survive.
Nuromen is closed and I noticed that their cow mascot is missing from their signboard. Has the cow been put out to pasture?
Black Whale bubble tea seems to be surviving.
There are another two bubble tea shops - Bawangchaji and Ji Long Tang in the same row (many more in the surrounding area).
This new place, Saba-Hae, sells prawns from Sabah. I have yet to step into the shop.
At the Starling mall, one shop closes and another is opening - Dr Hauschka. Must be a very pricey shop.
Two shoplots vacated. There are many more.
Truly Wine is still surviving.
Kam Kee Cafe is chugging along.
The shop next to Seafood Dynasty has closed down. I can't even remember what shop it was.
Two Sons Bistro remains closed.
While Red Kettle remains as strong as ever.
Teo Chew Lor is still closed but their other branch at the Damansara Uptown shophouse is open for takeaways.
This shop is open but I will only come here if they have a sale hee..hee... Got nice plates I want to buy.
Just like Teo Chew Lor, Nene Chicken is also closed.
Ooops another one bites the dust. What shop was this? I don't remember.
Mr Tuk Tuk is open for dine in. It has a big floor space, so social distancing is doable.
The space vacated by The Embassy is still not taken up yet and I bet it will stay that way for some time.
Ah! This place where I had the smallest chicken in the world is still kicking. In spite of the atas prices and kecil servings, their business was pretty good before the MCO.
The gym next to it was of course closed.
Pho Vietz and Nam Heong are open.
On my way to the pharmacy, I noted that Cafe 300 has called it a day like many shops around here. Very grim, eh?