Wednesday, June 28, 2017

Dining at odd hours

In general, French are taught to eat at the same time everyday, and avoid to snack in between time.
My kids were having a 4 meals schedule since baby:
8am - Breakfast
12am - Lunch
4pm - Snack
8pm - Dinner

Restaurants in our areas do not open until 12pm for lunch and 7pm for dinner. Between 3pm to 7pm, it would be difficult to find a place to dine except fastfood.

In Malaysia, it is a totally different story. We dine whenever we want. Check these out.

Dinner at 5pm, savouring satay in Kajang. Followed by supper at 11pm.

Dim sum at 11am.

Fried kueh teoh at 4pm.

I'm not sure if eating at all hours are healthy. We just want to be relax for a month.
Yes, we have touched town in Malaysia since several days ago.


  1. Anonymous2:06 AM

    Oh, I'm so happy you're over there! I hope you truly enjoy your trip and get to eat many many delicacies from home :-)

    I must admit I have a hard time with snacking, it's ingrained in my head that nope, you shouldn't snack. That said, I have zero issue with eating savoury stuff for breakfast (a big no-no in France) or mixing sweet and savoury, like Chinese do.

    Have fun!

  2. You are so right to say that "to be relax for a month" . Whenever we are back in Malaysia, we just ate whenever we want