Breaking of Fast With Atok and Opah

Most of our breaking of fast at sundown during Ramadhan – known as iftar – were done at home at the dinner table. But once in a while we do go out to dinner, but only after Maghrib. Last weekend, Irfan’s grandparents were also in town a-visiting, so Sunday night we decided to eat out.

The gang at Pak Ya

The gang at Pak Ya

We tried out Pak Ya’s place at Taman Cempaka, which is to the north of and right next to Pandan Indah. When the food arrived, we came to two conclusions. One, we have to take photos of our orders. Two, we will have to take Ayah Cik, Cik Dik and Yaya to dinner here when they next visit.

My Cantonese Fried Rice

My Cantonese Fried Rice

Irfan's Wantan Mee

Irfan’s Wantan Mee

Cik Ma's Mamee Chicken

Cik Ma’s Mamee Chicken

Kung Po Squid

Kung Po Squid

Opah's Mee Suah

Opah’s Mee Suah

We didn’t take photos of all the dishes, unfortunately.

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Khairul Hisham J. is a tabletop RPG artist, writer, proofreader, translator, teacher, grad student and learner-in-general.

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