Sunday, December 16, 2012

Happy Birthday Fendi @ Medan Town

Medan Town was opened few months ago. Ever since, the place has been recommended so many times - I'm glad that we finally managed to pay it a visit :D

We reached there at around 7.30pm and have to wait for few mins before securing our seats. The owner was of course Medanese, and the whole place was filled with Hokkien Chattering :p

Medan Town! We're here!
A simple yet mouth-watering menu
The address, for future reference
The ordering system is similar with Ayam Penyet - we pay first and then the food is delivered to us afterwards. I had the Chicken Curry Rice, which was the most similar ones to Medanese taste (despite its non-convincing look). The Duck noodle was ok, and the Emie's sauce was excellent. That's the best thing about going in group - you're able to taste all your other friends' order too! :p

Jess' Duck Noodle
Tom's Emie
Snack Platters - The Chili was really spicy, even to my standard @.@
A nice Sikoteng for dessert
My lovely Es Campur @ $3.5. Love!
After the dessert, we celebrated Fendi's birthday :) He is turning 26 soon! Can't believe how fast time flies :p Lets hope that 21 Dec is not the end of the world and we'll see me turning 26 soon. (random).

Happy Birthday Fendi! Stay happy always! 
Annndd... Always ends a meal with Group Pic! :)
Overall, we spend $14 per person for a main, drink, dessert, and snack - quite worth it, I would say :) 

Till the next gathering!

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