Day 3 & 4 London: Croydon

Day 3 and 4 was about Croydon which is our neighbouring town,it’s a great place for shopping and best of all, only two train stops away from home!
day 3 03

Dimsum at Tai Tung. We were there to buy asian ingredients from the oriental supermarket next door. The supermarket was pretty impressive, I think I could survive pretty well in London.

dinner

Asian ingredients meant I could cook dinner that night. Dinner had a Japanese theme with tamagoyaki, silken tofu with spring onion and coriander dressing and teriyakic chicken udon. First time cooking for a baby too, Kaka’s dinner was stir fried udon with chicken, carrots and cabbage, basically our teriyaki chicken udon without any seasonying or teriyaki sauce.

day 3 05

Day 4, shopping at Croydon!

day 3 02

We had something ‘meaty’ and ‘fishy’ for lunch at Marks and Spencers.

day 3 04

This was Jan’s fishy meal, fish finger subroll, haha, literally, fish fingers wrapped in a roll. This was actually pretty good.

day 3 11

Jo and I had our ‘meaty’ cheeseburgers, a recommendation from Jan, succulent and juicy burger.

day 3 06

Jan and Kaka enjoying the train ride and watching the world rush by. It has been pretty cool watching my sister being a mother, she is a really good mum with very strong arms and good singing, dancing and reading skills haha. As I am typing, she is reading Kaka a story and making lots of cool noises.

day 3 08

Andy bought us Thai takeaway for dinner. The green curry was yums and everyone drank the last drop with their rice.

day 3 07

My thai style pork belly and pickles.

day 3 09

Siew pao for dessert. Only we were too full so they will be having this for breakfast tomorrow. What should I make for dinner tomorrow?

day 3 10

Andy gave me a lovely present tonight, a Masterchef apron! So now I don’t have to join Masterchef to get one! Hahaha, it’s nice to have lovely brother-in-laws who are appreciative of your cooking :):)

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6 Responses to “Day 3 & 4 London: Croydon”


  1. 1 Wendy September 12, 2012 at 12:44 am

    Seems London has so much more. 😛 The city looks bright and beautiful.

  2. 3 slappedbygunk September 12, 2012 at 3:28 pm

    Mmm your sio baos are so good! Really enjoying all your food and of course yours and jo’s company lah haha.

  3. 5 Cheng-er September 14, 2012 at 1:09 am

    Wow, there’s siew pau in London! I’m jealous.


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