Most of my free weekends are spent at Putrajaya (if I don’t have any school activities on weekends that need me to say in Serendah). Apart from having Kakak, Abg Zam & Rifqi there, Putrajaya accommodates easier public transportation web in comparison to provincial Serendah. Therefore, in case if I happen to have any reunions, get-together or rendezvous in KL, Putrajaya is a nearer spot to go-and-fro from KL.
On last Saturday, we decided to have a seafood treat at Bagan Lalang (again!), which is situated at the Sepang Gold Coast. I guess the vision of fried squids make my mouth water and I was just really anticipated that! So, after Maghrib prayer, we pushed off from Precint 14, Putrajaya to the idyllic Bagan Lalang! Since I am sitting behind with Rifqi, I just have to bear with his ‘excitement.’ When Rifqi is excited, he will become cheeky, playful and agile!! Few spanking didn’t do justice. But he would always be my Undomiel (Oh yeah, I get to take him from TASKA since Kakak was so occupied with her PTK at The Mines whereas Abg Zam was yet to arrive from KL that Friday evening).
Anyway when we arrive at the same Bayu Malam (the name of the stall), we were kinda shocked because the crowd was a bit lesser than the first time we came. It then occurred to our minds that it was school holidays when we first came to Bagan Lalang and no wonder it was thronged with families and kids the other day. In comparison to the first time, the second time proves to be quite relaxing and soothing atmosphere. There were few families and loverbirds enjoying the seafood; but not as crowded as the first time!
We ordered fried squids (my favorite!), roasted rays, clams with soya-sauce, Thai-cooked prawns (“Udang masak merah”; how you translate that???), “otak-otak” and many more! I can say that the square table was full with the seafood. Yummy!!!! HHmmm…Alhamdulillah. It was finger and lips-licking occasion and I enjoyed the Fried Squids (“sotong goreng”) immensely! (,”)