Thursday, July 09, 2009

Eat, Eat & Eat

There were three birthday celebrations every other day within the week. Stomach grew much more ..... sigh due to non-stop eating.

One of the birthdays .......... we were treated to a buffet dinner at Rotana Hotel in Khartoum. Whacked the food as usual.

You don't get to eat such quality food in Khartoum unless you are willing to pay for it. These are the Khartoum office colleagues.










Everyone just loves to pose for the cameras.











The dessert area. Most of the food items here were too sweet for Malaysian tastebuds. But Fairuz likes sweetness ............














I took the mixed fruits served in a bowl. Grabbed the cup that looks weird with its fillings (the one on the right).

It was really awful. Caramel top with sugar and cinnamon mixed with it. The white stuff is sweet milk???!?!?! Too sweet for me.

They have finished their food but I was still enjoying mine.

They ordered coffee and tea ..... no no have to leave space for my dessert.

Yeah, the big boss on the right, the birthday boy. His treat! The bill came up to around 1,600 Sudanese Dinar (240 SDG = US$100).









The next day, it was Stephanie's, our project secretary, birthday.















Both Nazril and Aditya were trying to hide the plastic plate that was full of food initially. We had pasta and murtabak chicken for our lunch .......... stomach grew a little bit again.













This three fellas were awaiting to attack the table with food as the front two guys are blocking them.










One of the colleagues, Abeir, who is supposed to be on diet.















Alan, who wants to be on diet but fails everyday.

Don't worry, there's always tomorrow to start all over again.

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12 Comments:

Blogger Rosse said...

wow am hungry already.Free food is always good :-)

09 July, 2009 11:53  
Blogger Medie007 said...

food looks nice.

09 July, 2009 12:42  
Blogger Twilight Zone said...

Looks like they have same sweet tooth like the Benggali and Indian desserts.

09 July, 2009 12:57  
Blogger Sweet Jasmine said...

Who doesn't love to eat, especially when nice food like these comes to greet us. We live to eat..lol

09 July, 2009 13:26  
Blogger Johnny Ong said...

rosse - oh yes, agree with that statement ..... foc

medie - such food will always taste nice in sudan bcuz u dont get it everyday haha

twilight - really cannot tahan that level of sweetness

jasmine - oh yes, live to eat. same motto

11 July, 2009 00:43  
Blogger tikno said...

This makes me hungry.

11 July, 2009 22:54  
Blogger Ish Diamante said...

Yummy! gimme some ....

26 July, 2009 09:06  
Blogger Johnny Ong said...

tikno - that's our best stuff to do while in sudan..... nothing else will make us more happier

ish - only available in sudan hehe

31 August, 2009 16:55  
Anonymous michaelkon said...

http://innit.nuffnang.com/view.php?id=123300

wow...undeniable nice good food!!

31 August, 2009 17:06  
Blogger Johnny Ong said...

michael - it may look nice but the quality is sub-std compared to food found in m'sia but nevertheless, it's still food hehe

31 August, 2009 17:19  
Blogger kenwooi said...

ahh.. eating is the best feeling in the world! =D

kenwooi.com

31 August, 2009 17:35  
Blogger Johnny Ong said...

kenwooi - what more can i say .... cheers to that!

31 August, 2009 17:42  

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