Monday, December 20, 2010

Breakfast WIth VVIP

How are you guys keeping there? I have been drinking so much, 2 nights in a row. First night was with clients from the leading electrical brands at the opening of a local pub in PJ. It was free flow of beer with lots of crispiest roasted pork and grilled lamb complete with special chef's mint sauce and frills. They even had live performance on stage by 2 almost nude bimbo dancers to thrill the drunkards. So Sickening!!

Last night was another stint with my mother-in-law who was hosting a dinner to commemorate her new house warming. She oddly threw the dinner at a restaurant instead and started pouring beer for the guests. Her drinking bouts got her mood frenzy and she challenged me, one glass after another, all bottoms up. The drinking spree continued on to her new home where she pulled out her karaoke mikes to croon her old Chinese oldies. More beer flowed and she stuck the wrong cord by belittling my drinking ability. Oh my hell, I went into trance with her and we created such a noisy fare & ruckus that disturbed the whole neighborhood. We downed over 20 mugs of beer each and I successfully floored her into a drunk helpless woman! Ha ha ha! I was so happy and drove back to KL in 2 hours feeling elated like a devil!

I have been busy with my work as the company's new division which I will head as the GM will kick off soon with the green light given by the relevant Ministry. Besides hectic workload, I was busy training for my coming Mount Kinabalu climb next Wednesday.


I have been climbing Bukit Gasing every weekend, using all routes to scale the little mountain. I worry that I will freak out at Mount Kinabalu as the single journey up there would take no less than 12 hours with a night's stay at the halfway. May God bless me to reach the peak!
I had a slight hangover this morning and hiked for 2 hours with my wobbling legs struggling before deciding to have the best Roti Chanai for breakfast nearby.


When I arrived at Raju's, I noticed something odd outside the street. The MBPJ truck was there making reserved space for cars. The police outriders were arriving ahead as well. Oh well, this place is so famous that you will always see local celebrities and VIPs tucking in for breakfasts and lunch everyday.

We shared table with a bimbo actress who wore thick sunglasses, making much fuss with the waiters, ordering them around like a queen. I enjoyed my 2 pieces of crispy Roti Chanai on banana leaves. All of a sudden, the bodyguards stormed into the alfesco section where I sat and shoved the crowd to allow the VVIP to walk in.

Oh, so our dear DPM had arrived with his attractive wife and entourage of almost 20 close-knit family members!! There was a long table reserved for them ahead and their food was immediately served while I had to wait for more than half hour. Not fair!


A snide remark was overheard that we taxpayers paid for his petrol to come all the way from Putrajaya in so many cars. Well, that's fabulous life in the fast lane!

If you have not tried this place, do pay a visit there to savour exotic Indian food even though the menu is slightly pricey. It's delicious and our DPM enjoyed too.



35 comments:

  1. Hey dude, one suggestion from my friends whom successful climb mt kk. She recommend to use batu cave as training ground. Maybe you can go with thumbee sk for a visit to batu cave. Happy training Eh~

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  2. All the best in your work!
    Muhyiddin look so boh song one!

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  3. wow..that place must hv become popular with their visit.

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  4. fuyoo until dpm aso go? but his face very de... bo-song lo

    god luck in ur mt kinabal climb!

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  5. TZ - I heard about Batu Caves location but it was more of running up their 1500 steps, so I didn't go but ran up 22 floors at my condo. I went to Bukit Gasing often to get the feel of the rough terrains and very steep steps. I am so worried about my stamina!

    William - Thank you so much for your kind wishes!! DPM is noted for his non-smiling face as joked in the Parliament few times. He put on so much weight plus 2 more Roti Chanai added on..

    Wenn - By the time I discovered that place a few years ago, it was already the celebrities' haven. The food suits their fussy palate.

    Medie007 - Thank you for your kind wishes... I guess the fats and wrinkles made him such! Have you been to Raju's? We have breakfast there sometimes ok.

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  6. aiyoyo, Arumugam so happy there getting drunk with fun and craziness.. left Letchumi alone in Thiruchirappali, she so sad you know??

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  7. Letchumi doesn't even have enough money to buy clean drinking water, yet Arumugam never pay her enough household money but spend them on beers.. haiz!!!

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  8. wow, Arumugam become CEO of that new division?? sure got lots of increment and bonus.. never mind if Arumugam never shares with Thambee, but at least must send some back to motherland so that Letchumi has enough money for food and water..

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  9. busy but then at least still can plan to go KK and training in Gasing Hill every weekend.. not bad also mah.. so when are you going Mt Everest and enroute motherland to see Letchumi?? she misses Arumugam so much..

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  10. wah, sure Raju is Arumugam's favourite place.. got roti canai, chappati and tosai to let Arumugam reminisce the happy times with Letchumi in motherland..

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  11. wow, Arumugam so lucky bump into the DPM!! never take a photo with DPM to show Letchumi?? haiz, cannot complain lah, Arumugam not VVIP, sure must give priority to DPM to be served first.. btw, what did he eat??

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  12. What is WIP? Waiting In Progress? kakaka. Agree with TZ need to climb steps as Mt Api is all mostly about steps other than the early morning climb on hard rocks. Another best training would be climbing up stairs instead of using lift from now onwards.

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  13. Heard that Kinabalu is one of the easiest to climb , so dun worry too much! Haha.. All u need is fitness. Nice to see the dpm having roti canal with you ... Hahah. Once I was with Jb menteri besar , ghani in the same lift. Also saw sharizat before as well as mahathir's wife.

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  14. Wah! He could have got them to send to his house...or better still, cook in his kitchen and serve him in the comfort of his dining room. He did not go round shaking hands and saying hello to everybody kah? So sombong - sure lost a few votes that day, like that. LOL!!!

    P.S. You certainly have a very sporting mother-outlaw...oops, I mean mother-in-law! :D

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  15. Alot of my friends have climbed Mount Kinabalu, seems like the mountain to climb for all aspiring Singaporeans these days.

    Good luck on the training, Twilight. Someday, I will try to scale this very same mountain. ^_^

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  16. Hi There, Sounds like you had a couple of wild parties.... What scared me was hearing you say that you drank that much beer and then drove home... YIPES..... Glad you made it!

    I hope that your DPM is better than our President here in the USA.... We pay for ours to take those long trips all over the world with his entourage of about 200 people--living high on the hog... GADS!!!!!

    Happy New Year....
    Betsy

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  17. happy new year. cant wait to hear abt yr Mt Kinabalu climb

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  18. So Raju Restaurant must be very famous now.

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  19. all the best in your MK adventure. can't wait to hear about your experience there. have fun and be safe.

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  20. may this new year bring joyful opportunities your way.

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  21. OK I'm late reading this, but it's better late than never!

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  22. Wah! Drink so much? I can't drink to save my life! LOL!

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  23. Wah? Your mother-in-law drinks? Is she really your mother-in-law? : D

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  24. Wow! Getting promoted? So rich eh? No wonder eating at expensive places also frequented by VVIPs!!

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  25. I haven't eaten at Raju's before, must seriously go there and try one day!! Really nice meh the food there?

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  26. So how's your Kinabalu climb? Did you reach the top? Looking forward to read about it!!

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  27. Oh! So you train at Bkt Gasing! Yeah, a lot of ppl like to train there for 1-2 months before climbing Mt. Kinabalu! But I prefer FRIM : )

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  28. I hope I can climb Mt Kinabalu one day though sometimes I think why should I put myself under such torture? I like nature but not climbing mountains!!!

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  29. feel like punching dpm. anyway good luck in mt kk...




    [Jino] - A man's not a man unless he knows how to shoot

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  30. Good luck on your Mount Kinabalu climb!

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  31. Actually DPM Muhayiddin got that kind of face wan... the 'never smile' face. LOL....

    Oh well... he is a VIP, what do u expect? Sure VIP will be served first ler... and I'm sure that day's food oso will be extra nice than other days to accommodate DPM.

    ps: Good luck, and Godspeed your Mt. Kinabalu climb. :D

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  32. Happy CNY bro.

    The VVIP doesnt look very happy leh...

    Food looks good though!

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