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Paris and England Trip (20/6/2013-2/7/2013) – Part 14

September 14th, 2013 · 2 Surrendered

Before we headed to our accommodation, we made one final stop at Birmingham. Supposed to join the late night shopping crowd but nothing to buy, nothing fancied us in this city.

Left: St Martin’s Church.
Middle: My sister called this Mentos hahaha… It’s actually Selfridges building.
Right: Part of the major shopping mall which also housed Debenhams.

The Bull Ring is a major commercial area of Birmingham.

Even the bull sculpture was made up of jellybeans in Selfridge! Impressive! After that, we went to Chinatown in Birmingham to hunt for dinner. It’s not far, only walking distant from Bull Ring.

We had Malaysian food at Malaysian Delight Restaurant (8 Ladywell Walk, Birmingham, West Midlands B5 4ST, United Kingdom).

I don’t remember the exact name and price because I didn’t bother anymore. Too lazy hahaha…

Left: Steamed chicken.
Right: Japanese tofu with vegetables.

Left: Buttered prawn.
Right: Beef with kailan.

Left: “Wat dan mai fun”.
Right: Fried rice.

Overall, the food was ok but nothing to rave about it. My favourite was the buttered prawn simply because I’m a fan of buttered prawn *LOL*.

After dinner, we went to check-in Travelodge at one of the highway, I don’t remember the location of it as the next day we were going to drive to London. That Travelodge was horrible -.-” Very dusty and old. The door handle came off at one of our rooms and they couldn’t fix it so they had to change a new room for us.

That’s the end of day.

Categories: Driving All the Way - England · Food Porn · Going Places

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  • 1 Willie // Sep 14, 2013 at 8:10 pm

    Wow! You found Malaysian food there? I wonder how many Malaysians have migrated there. They must have a wonderful life overseas.

  • 2 sweet surrender // Sep 14, 2013 at 11:41 pm

    Willie, Malaysian food is everywhere just like Chinese food! Especially in major cities and all of them opened by Chinese Malaysians. Even in Adelaide itself, you can find Malaysian food at every corner of the city center from food court to restaurant.

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