View 3.043149, 101.617691 in a larger map
Meanwhile, if you don't mind viewing the pictures, scroll on down. Click on each picture to view larger image.
The restaurant overlooks the huge Puchong Lake. Somehow it looks like a dam, with dead trees sticking out from the body of water.
Local folks enjoying their peaceful fishing time.
Sunset to be awed while savoring dinner.
Standard presentation, extra large portion. Ibanez's dinner. The operator is a school mate of Ibanez's wife. He's a Kayan Kenyah mix. The noodle is made here in KL by a Bidayuh Chinese who managed to master the art of curl in the noodle. Everything came into place only a few months back, this year. Look out for a Kolo mee noodle factory soon.
I ruffled my noodles before I remembered to take a picture. It's a mess.
First to arrive was yours truly, followed by Ibanez and family. Jimmy came next followed by James. By that time Ibanez and I were done with dinner.
The usual suspects, Jimmy and James. Kolo me hunters from bidayuh.info
Johanes and family came after James was done with his dinner.