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Tuesday, 26 June 2012

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Peter Tsai

Yut Kee! That place is great. Sad to hear it might be closing.

I miss kaya toast a lot, thanks for bringing back some good memories.

Ling

YUT KEE.

Seamus

Stingray! I never thought about it being an unholy bond of tastiness between a halibut and a crab. Jalan Alor has some amazing food.

Boots in the Oven

YUT KEE! Peter, we are so going to try our hand at making kaya! Just as soon as we get the house settled...

Seamus, Jalan Alor was fun! And tasty.

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