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    Quote Originally Posted by Charbroiled View Post
    Wow! You got to tell us more! Drop some hints. We know you are good at concocting names for whatever occasion and for every Tom, Dick, Harry, Mary, Ah Lian and Kadalee too. Hints! Please.
    Though I dun have to follow the buyers all the way to know where they are from. I just got to ask leading questions like a detective -

    Me "walau eh, tak manyak stok hari ini. Dan pun tak berapa segar. Ayam pun sudah jadi mati kedua kali.( chicken turned greenish and slimy. )

    Buyer " You tak mahu ke? kalau tak mahu , bagi saya. "

    Me "Ok...sudah pun malam dan penat nak bersih ayam ayam ini. Lagi pun, sudah berbau.

    Buyer " betullah. Mesti tambah lagi manyak serbuk kari bagi lebih pedas dan serbuk Ajinomutu. Tapi ayam ini murah. Kalau beli segar kena bayar RM6.00 kg. Ini aje Rm2 seekor.

    We talked about the rising prices of cow's milk to bullish market of rising veggies until I said I going for a teh tarik supper before heading home. He offered me for a treat at his 24 hours shop. Maybe not me but the Filipina worker who was with me.

    Me - Mana you punya kedai?

    Buyer - dekat aje. 15 minit dari sini. You belok selepas trafik...... disebelah ada China, India, Melayu Bank, terus pergi di hujung jalan.

    The hints all there - it maybe usj or sj outlet where it is within 15 minit drive from Sah Alam supermarket outlet.

    But I can tell you this - if the ayam rendang texture is soggy and taste more spicy than ever, well, it might be this outlet where they are buying from Pesco.
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    Thanks for the hints but I'm still lost. You said he bought the expired goods at "Pesco" and the nearest one to USJ is in Puchong. So I guess the restaurant must be somewhere in the vicinity of Puchong. I'm not familiar with Puchong. Good thing too as chances are I won't end up eating in that mamak place. Interesting conversation there with the perpetrator.

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    Anyone noticed how fast the LRT is being erected? Pity those who stay next to the construction sites...damn dusty man! A buddy who stays nearby says he is breathing in dust everyday.

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    Listen listen listen listen listen listen.

    I'm done.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Charbroiled View Post
    Thanks for the hints but I'm still lost. You said he bought the expired goods at "Pesco" and the nearest one to USJ is in Puchong. So I guess the restaurant must be somewhere in the vicinity of Puchong. I'm not familiar with Puchong. Good thing too as chances are I won't end up eating in that mamak place. Interesting conversation there with the perpetrator.
    Quote Originally Posted by zinglicious View Post
    The hints all there - it maybe usj or sj outlet where it is within 15 minit drive from Sah Alam supermarket outlet.

    But I can tell you this - if the ayam rendang texture is soggy and taste more spicy than ever, well, it might be this outlet where they are buying from Pesco.
    Of course, you were lost as you didnt not read the signage carefully.... and clueless as you may not know there two Pesco outlets in Sah Alam. From either outlets, it takes about 15 minutes either via the federal highway or Glenmary way to reach Sj or USj.
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    Let’s explore more on dental clinic..

    What is your favorite clinics in SJ/USJ.. and how is their service/skill and charges.. ?

    Is there a dental clinic in Putrajaya hospital ??


    ps. I stop reading the "dentist" thread of this forum after someone highlighted that some of the recommendations are actually posted by the dentists' relatives.. !!

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    Looks like our pee em wants to woo the chinese tycoons. Has anyone told him that the tycoons also have one vote only? Same like you and me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by zinglicious View Post
    Of course, you were lost as you didnt not read the signage carefully.... and clueless as you may not know there two Pesco outlets in Sah Alam. From either outlets, it takes about 15 minutes either via the federal highway or Glenmary way to reach Sj or USj.
    I'm near but not quite. First letter of perpetrator's name?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rhiga View Post
    Let’s explore more on dental clinic..

    What is your favorite clinics in SJ/USJ.. and how is their service/skill and charges.. ?
    I go to Lim Dental once in a very blue moon. In fact, no pain, no go! Last I remember, the charges were not cheap but not way expensive either. For cheapest rates, go to gomen hospital. One drawback is you have to wait long hours, sometimes five hours or more to have a tooth done!

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    All in charged Rm3 for 1& 1/2 hour wait for a filling, drilling and consultation where I went to the Gomen dental clinic today at Kepong.
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    Quote Originally Posted by zinglicious View Post
    All in charged Rm3 for 1& 1/2 hour wait for a filling, drilling and consultation where I went to the Gomen dental clinic today at Kepong.
    Anyone tried Bangsar Dental Klinik?..gomen one too. I'm thinking of going there soon.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bslee View Post
    Anyone tried Bangsar Dental Klinik?..gomen one too. I'm thinking of going there soon.
    Nope. Never been there. To be precise I have not been to a gomen dental clinic before. Maybe it's time I did.

    Zing, how was the skillz of the dentist? Painful or not?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Charbroiled View Post
    Nope. Never been there. To be precise I have not been to a gomen dental clinic before. Maybe it's time I did.
    Gomen klinik ain't for the picky or fussy. I'm limited to such facilities including Fakulti Pergigian University Hospital. I've not complained about them so far. As long as my jaw is still in place, it can't be that bad.
    I'm going to go make an appointment at Bangsar in the near future. I really need something to be done.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Charbroiled View Post
    Nope. Never been there. To be precise I have not been to a gomen dental clinic before. Maybe it's time I did.

    Zing, how was the skillz of the dentist? Painful or not?
    Believe it or not - Amazing. ( though the last time I visited the dentist was probably 8 years ago. Heck, I am dentist phobia. )

    Probably, she was a PYT, sweet soothing voice and great clinical bed side manners. ( Clinical bed side manners means professional medical techniques )

    And while I sweating profusely, eyes closed, clenched my fist and probably my teeth while she was drilling, she was extremely patient with me. heck, I could even heard the nurse was giggling at the mean olde chef behaving like a sheep going for a slaughter.

    The verdict - The best fillings experience in my life. AMAZING and it cost me tiga ringgit aje.

    Would tell you how's the extraction experience in my next dental appointment . ( Had AWOL experience after having my number called by the dentist at the door - not once but twice before where I rather pulled it out myself later. Dun know whether it is oxymoron or not as I seldom hear people dare to pull thier teeth by themselves. Sumore, dun have to take even panadol after that.)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Charbroiled View Post
    I go to Lim Dental once in a very blue moon. In fact, no pain, no go! Last I remember, the charges were not cheap but not way expensive either. For cheapest rates, go to gomen hospital. One drawback is you have to wait long hours, sometimes five hours or more to have a tooth done!
    Just don't go to Joon Dental, Taipan. Too many patients, so the dentist doesn't have enough time to do a good job. It's opposite of restoran hassan.

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