… the company is partly funded by me. So it’s my money after all ^^;
I went to Taiwan for an impromptu business trip (ZenQ to be exact) during October 2012. It was an emergency meeting that I had to be there on a very short notice. We stayed in one of the finest hotel at 新竹, which is 1 hour drive from Taipei.
All I can say is… PUNYA SYOKKKKKKKK.
… and punya mahal.
We arrived late in the evening so we scouted the area a bit and found some convenient stores and 24 hours McDonald.
Besides looking at Taiwan leng lui, there’s another thing that fascinates me at Taiwan.
… McDonald’s pork burger.
Ini Kali Lah!!
McDonald pork burger. Tastes way better than the one I had in Thailand.
Nothing beats McDonald’s 猪扒汉堡包… juicy and tender. Sour and creamy sauce… pure mouth orgasm oh.
Look. At. His. Face.
I always make an effort to bring souvenirs home when I go over sea – this time I found a perfect gift for my heng dai.
If you haven’t claim your magazine, please get it as soon as you can. The magazine is still sealed in cover (almost 5 months already) – faster claim it so I can borrow the magazine from you again.
I want to read.
First meal at La Kaffa
La Kaffa is the the “mother” group for ZenQ, which also includes Chatime and La Kaffa Cafe under the same umbrella.
We are having meeting at La Kaffa Group’s head office, and there’s cafe at their basement so there’s where we solve our lunch.
We almost tasted the entire menu of La Kaffa. The coffee, waffles, spaghetti, burgers etc. All fusion food – with the mix of foreign taste with local ingredients.
Who knows, ZenQ might venture into the food section some day. And before that day come, I still have to cook my own food.
The design and feeling of ZenQ at Taiwan is pretty different from the one we had in Malaysia. They are more towards 古早 feeling while our’s have more clean and modern elements in our overall design.
The taste? I don’t want tell you – you come taste it yourself la. Hehehehe.
Malaysians are so accustomed to breaking rules. A small “No smoking” notice won’t stop us from having a power stick.
Tarik kuat kuat sama dia!
Jalan Jalan around 西门盯
At night, we took taxi to 西门盯for a walk. Costs us about $2,000 (~RM200) per way to Taipei.
How can we not eat 阿盅面线 when we are at this place?
Bah! Tarik kuat kuat sama dia lagi!
This shit tastes great with chili and garlic oil. Fuhhh I am salivating while writing this.
“I want to win something for my lou po” said my partner.
Nope, didn’t win.
We need to wake up early next day, and attend many hours of important meeting. So our walk around 西门盯 didn’t last long. We couldn’t find any pub around that night, so sou heng (扫兴)
If there’s a will, there’s a way!
Bing never gives up!
Managed to buy a few beer back to hotel and we started drinking inside taxi… which is an hour’s ride back to hotel.
Our taxi cost for that night: RM400.
A blogger shall never disappoint readers
“How come I didn’t get any photos of Taiwanese leng lui tonight? My blog readers will be disappointed!”
Then, I found the poster above, and took photo. Mission done.