Oh by the way, Coffee Bean is a Halal franchise outlet certified by Jakim Malaysia (Referring to the Halal logo). So muslims, you may check out ANYTHING at Coffee Bean! Halalan Toyyiba! Where as Starbucks, they are only certified halal for ONLY the coffee products. I mean their coffee drinks but not the food. I've contacted Jakim myself. So, choose wisely fellas!
No joke fellas.. :p I don't really believe with that pantang larang berjela2 during confinement. You have to eat each and every kind of HEALTHY and nutritious meals in order to build up the over stretched muscles and gain back the strength after such massive battle that you have gone through in the labor room. Even my confinement nanny at kampung says so! But still, slash the hot and spicy food yaa..
Oh not to be forgotten, there's also makanan tradisi Malaysia! Which is actually the main course. Makanan tradisi kene letak last2, sebab hari2 bole makan.. Ngeee.. The Nasi Dagang is from Restaurant Ulek Mayang. Where as Karipap and Koleh Kacang was purchased earlier by my clique, not sure from where.. via her good friend I supposed. Nasi Dagang and Koleh Kacang are actually a signature course and dessert from my hometown, Terengganu! =) FYI Ulek Mayang is a traditional Malay dance originated from Terengganu. It was believed (those days) to cure sick fisherman with the help of seven beautiful princesses. Nice huh.. =D
This is a more appropriate sentence to describe it by Tourism Terengganu:
The ulek mayang is a pre-Islamic religious trance dance accompanied by singing and music in Terengganu, originating from an unknown nearby island in which the Malay orchestra, comprising drums, gong, violin and accordian is used (Shafiee Ahmad 1992).
Tarian Ulek Mayang is another worshiping dance in the Malay dances. The dancing always begins with a person who is suffering from illness either when he catches fish, in the paddy field or any other daily activities in the society.
And I should be concentrating on abundant of reports on my desk now.