17 April 2013

Although my school has a little cafe for the parent & staff to buy food & stuff, most of the staff especially the locals prefers to eat outside the school. This is because they food there is way too expensive for our liking. The price range is catered for expats where the cheapest sandwich costs RM8.00. It makes more sense for us to eat next door at any one of the eateries available which offers standard local prices.

For the IT department, our favorite haunt is CMZ restaurant strategically located opposite of the main school entrance. CMZ is a typical tom yam restaurant run by Kelantanese/southern Thai. The food was pretty decent and they make the best tom yam in KL at some stage although that standard has dwindled a bit lately (a change of cook maybe?). Next to CMZ we have a little mamak which I don't fancy going much since the food quality & hygiene level is below par. Another place that we usually go sometimes is the Pernama building which hosts the well-known Jalan Bellamy Rojak place. I think the rojak was okay, not exactly addictive or mind-blowing but surely acceptable. I had their rojak like a couple of times a month cause there's only so much rojak one can have before getting absolutely bored with them.

So what do we normally talk about during lunch? Oh the typical boys chat - work, girls, politics, sports, random stuff, sex and more girls.

Sooner or later I'm gonna be really fed up of eating at CMZ. How I wish they would make an affordable place to eat inside the school. Apart from building rapport and camaraderie among staffs, an affordable cafe would boost moral and do so much good for our economy.

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