Claypot Dinner

After returning from the Perhentian Islands, we had less than 12 hours until our flight out of KL to Cambodia. We were hungry and headed down to get some claypot in Damansara Perdana. Cody and I had eaten at this place before and had some delicious claypot there and wanted to take Mom and Jess there, but unfortunately it was not as good as the first time, due to some weird, dried smokey fish that was inside.

Claypot in Damansara Perdana

We made the best of it and also happened upon some wonderful snack treats thanks to a street vendor. With our arms loaded with peanuts, dried chickpeas and muruku, we headed back up to the condo to sleep before heading out at 4 in the morning to head back to the airport.

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