It’s the beginning of another week, but this week we have it a little better off because there’s another public holiday! That probably explains my lack of motivation and incentive to do anything productive today heh. I spent a very tiring weekend running errands (mostly buying things for the house), dropping my lens off for repair (don’t get me started on how pissed I am that the lens I bought had some defects), and baking some delicious blueberry and lime muffins that everyone loved, for once.
I’m digging deep into my photo folders for something to blog about and coming up seriously short. I think I’ve just become so incredibly boring lately that I’m going nowhere interesting, eating nowhere interesting and basically just doing nothing interesting. I’m content these days with just curling up with a good book, or with the boo watching a movie at home. I think I seriously need to get out more.
Pickle & Fig for me is comfort food for rainy nights. Not sure why I associate it with rainy nights, but maybe it has something to do with my first visit being a quiet and somewhat drizzly night after work. What I love about this place is it’s honest food, simple sandwiches and healthy smoothies (there’s an avocado and date smoothie that the boo had and gushed about which I still haven’t tried myself yet) and the fact that it’s one of those places that is always on our list of places to go for dinner since we can avoid the jam on a weekday night.
Go for the hot-pressed paninis; it’ll give you a warm feeling right smack in the middle of your tummy. I haven’t tried any of the cold sandwiches yet but I haven’t heard many good things about it so far, I’ll probably try it for myself one of these days. The fish and chips that we had were also bland and frankly distasteful.
Pickle & Fig
26 Jalan Tun Mohd Fuad 2 Taman Tun Dr Ismail
60000 Taman Tun Dr. Ismail
Federal Territory of Kuala Lumpur