Friday, January 3, 2020

Antipodean Central Market (Kuala Lumpur City Centre)

No. No. Not over yet. Not yet. Yet. Well, can't possibly be. Especially when Central Market has already been gazetted on our list, as the major central mission of the day? Of course. Otherwise. Like what? Coming this far, especially for someone like me who hardly head to the city from where I reside in a really quiet neighbourhood in Shah Alam. You know what? Sometimes I feel, I am actually living in a dead, lifeless, far end zone. Pretty much. Therefore, thus, hence, the mission possible of making it a point in coming this far to Central Market must be accomplished right? Of course. And so. We did. Leisurely walking all throughout Central Market after lunching (Ginger Thai Restaurant), and this, followed by pampering our feet and legs in ManjaKaki Central Market outlet. Duh! Nang! Not the best pampering because I have had better moment to the "greatest goodness" pampering my feet and legs in other reflexology centres before. Nevertheless. To a certain extent, ManjaKaki can be regarded as an appreciated mean and mode to lazy chair sitting back and closing our eyes. Simultaneously, the moment to our time, for relaxing resting our legs for an hour.

Subsequently? Petaling Street down the road. Damn! Rain. Rain which has showered massively for dampening the pathway to Petaling Street? Back again. Rain trinkling again from god's sky kingdom above. We however. We were still adamant in heading to Petaling Street. Petaling Street? As far as I know, most probably, Petaling Street already recognised as the famed, ever-popular Chinatown in this part of Malaysia. Sadly for us. our next up food mission for the day? Didn't materialise. Due to we were not lured towards any of the eateries in Petaling Street itself. In the end, whilst in the midst of walking back to Central Market LRT station. Antipodean. Yea. Antipodean drawing our attention promisingly.
Antipodean and my first ever dining experience? Donkey years ago in their Bangsar outlet. Antipodean and their menu? Hell and heaven. Their blackboard menu on the wall. Mmmm! Wasn't conducive, and the QR code pasted on the table we were seated, for menu reading? Also, quite a hack. Still, we still had to order by reluctantly allowing our eyes towards screening the wall menu and prior to ordering Chicken Parmesan/Bill English Pizza, Flat White/Fluffy Babucino and Hot Cappuccino. What about Antipodean and their selection of sweet pleasures? As much as were tempted for a slice of any of the cakes? Neh! Temptation didn't like pierce rapture our hearts for reasons I can't put two and two, or ten and ten together.

Alright. The moment to Flat White/Fluffy Babucino, Hot Cappuccino and Chicken Parmesan/Bill English Pizza? Honestly, I don't even know what is Babucino. For me, Flat White/Fluffy Babucino was, basically, perhaps, the higher level up or the lower level down to, a close resemblance of Cappucino. Maybe, loads of milk due to milking the cow. The verdict? Okay. Flat White/Fluffy Babucino sort of being, a rich coffee which awoke my internal land external senses. Sincerely appreciated without a doubt. I mean, when you are a hardcore coffee lover?
What about Hot Cappuccino to the tastes of my bestie? Well, Hot Cappuccino concluded as another familiarly to another cappuccino in whichever cafe.
Chicken Parmesan/Bill English Pizza? Yum! Super duper winner. Chicken slices, tomatoes, rocket salad, generous amount of oozy, sticky, stringy cheese atop, and herbs scented. Lovely, We truly loving every bit and bite of this, sort of exclusive pizza.

Now, what about Antipodean and their service? Initially, slightly rocky because we had to literally call out for service, but within time, all "Malaysian Food Bridges" didn't fall down, falling in place.

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