After church service, we had lunch at Paradise Dynasty @ Pearl Point Shopping Gallery. Xiao Long Bao is Paradise Dynasty’s signature and award-winning dish. The xiao long boas sure are droolicious but are a tad pricey. The innovative 8-flavor / color ones (picture below) are priced at RM29 a set. There was a good crowd at the restaurant – this goes to show that when it comes to food, we Malaysians are really a generous lot. We really don’t mind paying to fill up our tummies with delectable grub despite the current economic scenario in our country. My connoisseur hubs falls into this category but definitely not me, haha!
After a sumptuous lunch, we went to Popular Bookstore. That’s our main intention of going to this mall – to get workbooks for Drama Queen who is sitting for her UPSR exam in 5 months (wish it’s 15 months!) and reference books for Alycia.
Next up was an exciting dessert time at Take Eat Easy Modern Bakery & Cafe. This cafe serves up a panoply of gastronomy selections for your ultimate satisfaction; starting from all day breakfast choices, freshly baked breads, pizzas and pastries, multi-cuisine courses, garden salads, sandwiches to gelato for the sweet toothed. Take Eat Easy opened their outlet at Pearl Shopping Gallery late last year after their successful and booming maiden branch in Kepong.
Below – British Breakfast Set (hello carbs!)…
Below – fresh juice served in a cute light bulb bottle. I love the denim prints on their plates. Take Eat Easy focuses on classic yet contemporary style in its interior design, i.e. wood and denim. Their chair seats are wrapped in denim fabric with eye-catching prints of your denim pants!
Below – crispy waffle served with fresh cream, strawberries and ice-cream (swoon)!
On our way home, we made a stop at Le Point to grab some gourmet bread loaves and buns for the girls’ breakkie the next day.