Arrived at Westin Hotel quite early this morning. I didn’t have any breakfast at home so I asked Jin Yee to accompany me to go to The Loaf (Tun Mahathir’s bakery cum café) at Pavilion, which is just across the road.
Enjoying coffee and cranberry bun (and carbon monoxide) in the heart of Bukit Bintang.
The hall was still quite empty when we returned.
Morning tea break. Salmon sandwich, lamb pie, mango pudding and orange juice.
We were given the choice to have lunch either at The Living Room or EEST (two of the hotel’s restaurants). Since we already tried The Living Room yesterday, Jin Yee and I decided to go to EEST today. Their menu had more Asian flare – noodles, sushi, dim sum and so on. We were joined by two gentlemen from Finn Air. The moment they told me they were from
I had dim sum and wantan mee. On the top is Jin Yee’s laksa.
Dessert menu at EEST was lesser than the other restaurant’s. The one on top right is green tea tiramisu, which is the best amongst the rest.
A aerial view of The Living Room, where we had lunch yesterday.
Forgot to take photo of EEST restaurant because I was busy chatting with these two guys.
Evening tea break. Chicken fritters, vegetarian burger and some chocolates.
Tomorrow’s gonna be the last day of the meeting. Chill pill, just one more day to tempt you with marvelous hotel food ;-)