A Day Out At One Utama

On Sunday, daddy brought us to One Utama. We had brunch at Paddington House of Pancakes. Alycia and Sherilyn enjoyed the savoury and sweet pancakes very much. We also enjoyed the beautiful view from the glass window facing the indoor park. After brunch, we went to buy Sherilyn a pair of white color shoes from Tree House Kids’ Shoes, MPH to buy some story books, a karaoke nursery rhymes VCD and a 48-piece jigsaw puzzle. We also went to Safe n Sound and daddy bought another Safety 1st bed-railing and a magnetic Thomas and Friends jigsaw puzzle. I’ll tell you why he bought another bed-railing. Later, we went to Toys City and mummy bought an expensive Combi bib. Before we left, we had Japanese food at this new restaurant called Shogun something, located next to Good Evening Thai Restaurant.

The savoury pancake with egg, sausage, baked tomato and Romania lettuce.

Coin-sized pancakes topped with grounded peanuts, white chocolate flakes, fresh strawberries, strawberry sauce, chocolate sauce and a scoop of vanilla ice-cream.

The girls at a gift shop. Sherilyn was crazy over the 3D sphere ball and the rubber yoyo but mummy said “NO, cannot buy coz you have too many toys at home”.

If we’re at 1U, daddy will surely not miss out bringing his 2 angels for the animal train ride and animal motorized rides.

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6 thoughts on “A Day Out At One Utama

  1. Hello….i just drop by your blog(hope you don’t mind)…saw you mention-gift shop in 1U & the photo of the 3D sphere ball..he,he…hand feel so itchy to leave a comment….I BOUGHT the ball for Isaac!! πŸ™‚ I went on Sat – went to most shop as you went on Sun (Tree Shoe shop, MPH,….) :p

  2. The pancake with ice cream look so tempting. Btw the animal ride in there looks better than here. In here it does not resemble animal at all.

  3. We mustve started running at the same time. My younger self wouldve had the same reaction as yours. I remember in high school wondering why in the heck anyone would want to run 7 miles. Oh how perspectives can change!!

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