Tomorrow we will flying back to KL so this was our last day for us to do some shopping.
Saw this Pancake Parlour sign along the way.
I recall the first time I came here. There was a neon signboard in the premises and suddenly there was loud cheering and music as the sign lit up and the animation was tossing a pancake race! Wonder if they still have it.
Chadstone Shopping mall... one of the largest shopping mall in Australia.
vending machine for baby uses
Little Audrey with daddy go shopping.
That night, Bill and Vicky had reserved dinner for us at a authentic Greek restaurant
The mezes: Eggplant, Salmon and Tzatziki (cucumber and yogurt) dips with the crudites and bread. These had us eating almost non-stop... delicious
Fried Fish (whitebait or anchovy?) with just a squeeze of lemon juice.
Grilled Octopus with just lemon juice, olive oil and herbs - texture is not chewy at all. Soak up the juices with more bread...... yum.
We have another appetiser (forgot to take a photo of it )- Greek Fried Cheese and it is served in the small frying pan. Normally it is cut up into smaller pieces and lemon juice is squeeze over as it tasted rather salty on it own.
Photo from Wikipedia
One of the mains: Grilled Seafood Platter.... of course these were fresh and delicious.
Greek Salad with feta cheese and olives.
The Mixed Meat Platter and there was no way we could finish so much foods. We did what Asians like to do, takeaway (tapau home) the leftovers.
We were the first customers to arrive for dinner that night.
long communal tables in this back section of the restaurant for big group gathering whereas the front portion have smaller individual tables
in case you are wondering how we managed to get our orders,
it was all done by my Greek brother in law, Bill.
Thank you very much Vicky and Bill for the lovely dinner.