If you are very familiar with Malacca you might know where this makan place is. It's along Jalan Tengkera, right opposite Wesley Methodist Church. We gave the name ACS Mee because ACS stands for Anglo-Chinese School. This school is behind Wesley Methodist Church and is also my dad's old school. He used to frequent this place back during his schooling days back when it was just 5 cents a bowl! So hence the name and if I got it right, the GPS coordinates are 2.202399,102.236487.
The famous ACS mee that I tapau-ed home. We ordered kuay teow and mee. Can you see the yummy crispy prawn fritters, fish ball and there's also fish cake slices if you can spot. Lucky day because we can still get a lot of prawn fritters otherwise sometimes we will get only a few pieces.
This is the ACS mee with the soup here. The picture above was without the soup for photo taking purposes only. Hehe. The soup is really tasty and part of the reason why this mee is our favourite. My mom's favourite! Eat it fast before the prawn fritters get all soggy!
From Malacca to KL. We went back to KL on Sunday evening although we took leave on Monday. Why? That's because we already had plans for a kiddy's day out! We made a promise to bring Elizabeth for her very first cinema experience. It's a day planned for her only because her little brother isn't quite ready for his first cinema experience.
We had breakfast first before going to KLCC at Shange Dim Sum in Sri Petaling. The dim sum was not bad. Worth a try. We watched the movie at TGV KLCC because that is the only place that still shows Rio (not in 3D). It's the only movie for kids showing at the moment. Did Elizabeth enjoy it? Well, she doesn't mind going for movies again but she didn't enjoy the movie! Can you believe that? She was afraid and asked to go to wee wee many times! I don't know what she's afraid about. In the end, after the movie, she said, "Didi at auntie's place so long." She missed her little brother after all.
Kiddy's day out.
Chicken in glutinous rice(loh mai kai), barbecued pork buns(char siew pau) and bakuteh shanghai dumplings. The bakuteh shanghai dumplings are good. I like it!
My favourite siew mai
My daughter's and hubby's favourite, fish balls.
Hong Kong chee cheong fun
Elizabeth enjoying her fish balls.
My little princess
This kind of things always catches her eye.
She must have a ride on it at least once.
If I ever have an Ipad, this is how Elizabeth will look like. Glued to it!
Yeay! We got the tickets.
No, this is not Rio. Unfortunately Rio doesn't have a poster there already since it's considered an old movie.
That's how she looked at the first sight of the big screen.
After the movie and lunch, we quickly returned home to this sexy boy!