It was 100° celcius hot…

Pete thought I went MIA because I was busy doing stuff on the bed, looking for G-spot. LOL… unfortunately, that was not the case for me. I was busy, yes, but not on the bed, but outdoors, meeting people whom I am fond of and people who loves me,people who are important to me,people whom knew me not as Cleffairy, but the girl who had dreams, and a hell of a daredevil.

I was busy. Busy being me. It’s been a very long time since I am ‘Me’. This is the next best thing a lady could have besides spending her time in bed, discovering how to bring her pleasure to the next level and screaming her head like some possessed madwoman.

Yes, people… Cleffairy does go out and meet people, though not as often as those classy hussy of socialite. *roll eyes* I do have a life though some of you thought otherwise. And yes, I do step out into the sun when I feel like it. Yes, it is safe to conclude, that Cleffairy is just elusive, and not a bloodsucking vampire, though she looks like one, according to smallkucing. LOL.

It’s been a busy week for me, and I haven’t had the chance to go around blog- hopping and leaving my thoughts in everyone’s blog, and for that, I extend my sincerest apologies, and I pray that everyone is doing well and surrounded by harmony and happiness.

Mother Nature seems to be showing her fierce streak these days, reprimanding her human brats not to mess with her or she’ll burn us all the way to hell with global Warming, and no matter where I go, I will feel like being under the weather. the heat is almost too much for me to handle, but apparently, it doesn’t stop me from going outdoors, or even put the heat on my table.

It was 28th February 2010 when my other dad; my FIL decided to put the ‘heat’ onto the table for the closing Chinese New Year Dinner. Honestly, I’ve been really looking forward to the closing dinner on Chinese Valentine’s or better known as Chap Goh Mei, because truthfully, I am rather fond of my FIL.

Having meals with him had always been a pleasure, because he made it a happy occasion by letting us children eat whatever we like, and apart for that he make great conversation instead of finding faults in everyone who is seated at the table during meatime, and I usually enjoy his companionship.

Anyway, it’s never the food. It’s great company that counts. 😛 I could sit in a mamak stall with my FIL and have just iced tea and roti canai, and I’ll still enjoy the meal immensely.

I like the fact that my FIL always emphasize quality over quantity. I may not get to spend much time with him, but the time that we usually spent together are usually quality time, and he always gives me the feel good feeling each time we meet for lunch, dinner and whatnot.

In many ways, he is another father to me, and I didn’t like the fact that many misunderstood him and judged him for the things that he did. He may not be the perfect human being to everyone else, but he is someone whom I respect, because he earned my respect without demanding for it, unlike many others in my life.

I never did respect him just because he’s an elder. Never because of that. I respect him because I chose to, and I want to. Not because I was asked or forced to respect him. I admire his courage and wisdom to not only take chances in life, but also for his bravery to admit that he is not always right as well, and tries his hardest to make amendments for his mistakes, even though it was beyond repair.

People may have shunned him and judge him, but I think, he did the right thing at some point in his life. FIL made me see, that everyone is just human. They are entitled to make mistakes, and nobody should judge others for what they did, and for what it’s worth, what differs us human and animals is that we can use our brain to think to live in harmony with each other. Those who cannot do that…who constantly tries to make others uncomfortable by trying to create tension and uneasiness on purpose just because they dislike others, is no better than animals.

Anyway, enough rantings and ramblings. As I said earlier…though the weather is scorching and sizzling hot, it does not stop me from going out and facing heat on the table.

The heat that I meant was the heat that came from steamboat pots. LOL… My FIL brought us, the brats to a steamboat restaurant known as 100°C Steamboat restaurant, located in Jalan Kuchai Lama, Kuala Lumpur.


The ambiance was good. Japanese style, and fully air-conditioned, and one could have their steamboats with personal pots. Good for those who are tired of fighting over what soup they should order when eating steamboat in restaurants. One need not fight over what kind of soup they should be having in this steamboat restaurant, cuz they have personal pots for each customers.


They also have wide selections of sauce to go with your steamboat, so you won’t have to just eat your fishballs, veggies and whatnot with just the usual chilli sauce. Yes, people, the picture above is those sauce I mentioned. All you can eat. LOL…


For starters, FIL ordered the auspicious Yee Sang. Everything was fresh and crunchy, and the salmon fish buried inside was something to die for. It was sweet and fresh. And the pomelo pulps inside of it made me crave for more.


I ate my portion, and somehow wished that there’s more. I not only had fun tossing the yee sang together with my FIL, my BIL, SIL and Auntie, but I also had fun making auspicious wishes together with them. This ‘closing reunion dinner’ was fun and gives me the feel good feeling, and it is so damn different from the so-called reunion dinner that I had during the Chinese New Year’s Eve itself. Well, different company, different kind of feelings, I guess. I certainly like this one better than the one during Chinese New Year’s Eve, that’s for sure.

I ordered my favourite soft drink to go with the food…Hahaha…. yes, we’re always allowed to order our own drinks when we go out with FIL. Isn’t that great? We’re allowed to make our own choices because FIL treated us like adults who are perfectly capable of making our own decisions. LOL…okay, that’s a bit exaggerating, though… but I like the fact that FIL allowed us to choose our own food and drinks instead of making decisions for us. He spoiled us rotten…and we’re allowed to take those unhealthy stuff to our heart’s content.

I made excellent choice with the coke, as I chose tomyam as my soup, and boy, it was so damn spicy, just the way I like my tomyam soup to be.

My portion of steamboat ‘liews’. I just ordered the small set, consisting of various fishballs and chicken slices, cuz I was afraid that I wouldn’t be able to finish off those bigger ones.


I forgot to snap most of the food pictures as I was too busy enjoying the food and having a good chat with my FIL and SIL…but I can assure you that the food was as great as the company. 😀 I’m particularly fond of the chicken slice… I’m not quite sure what they used to marinade the chicken, as it was so sweet and succulent. There’s hints of pepper and sugar, and I’m not quite sure what else. All I know is that it was yummy, and therefore, they deserved a place in my tummy.

Apart from the little mishap caused by the waiter earlier on while delivering our drinks, everything else was perfect and pleasant. My younger SIL was unhappy with this little incident, and rightly so, as the spill drinks dirtied her handbag. I would have been upset if I’m in her shoes, but everyone was in a happy mood, so I guess the  apologies and the discount given as compensation chilled my SIL’s temper, and our lunch was not ruined after all.

Under normal circumstances, I would have gone berserk and inform them that I will be writing about the incident, and they should be more careful in the future, but then again, as I said… I was really in a good mood, and I couldn’t feel angry and therefore, did not lash out at the poor waiter who probably will be reprimanded by his superior. LOL… very rare or me not to flare my temper, right? Well… good company does that to me, I suppose. I am only cranky and bitchy when I am not happy and had nasty people for company. The rest of the time…I’m as serene as the calm sea. (Yes, do not provoke me, that’s the keyword! I have a hurricane in me, calm as I looked like.)

Before we left…I snapped a few more pictures in the restaurant, seeing how at ease everyone was. My BIL took out his phone to snap some pictures too, and my sporting FIL gave a few good pose when I was in action too. 😛


I don’t know what this signboard says…as I couldn’t read Chinese characters…but I’m guessing it’s a wishing well? I don’t know. Please read it for me and let me know what it says….


There was a nine dragon fountain underneath the signboard…I guess it’s a wishing fountain… as people threw coins inside to make wishes.

There’s another one underneath the signboard too… a single golden dragon guarding the man made pond. I am impressed… dragons guarding water. I suppose in feng shui, this decoration means the dragons is guarding the incoming money. 😛

For those who are interested in checking out this restaurant, here’s the address:

No. 3 & 5, Ground Floor, Dynasti Central, Jalan Kuchai Maju 18,
Off Jalan Kuchai Lama,
58200 Kuala Lumpur

Tel: 03-79800899

This small gathering with FIL is one of the reason why I went MIA… I’ve been outdoors throughout the week. As much as I enjoyed good companionship and good food, I’m hoping to get back to my routine as soon as possible. 😛 Sometimes, being too blissfully happy makes me tired too. I need constant challenge to keep me motivated, and I bet March is full of challenges. 😀

Cleffairy: Some people makes others happy where ever they go, while some others makes people happy when they go.


38 comments

  1. manglish says:

    waaaaaaaaaa by just looking at the tomyam i felt hot oredi, imagine eating it under such hot weather = =lll

  2. Merryn says:

    I make someone happy when I go “oooo ooo.. ahhh ahhh” You know who? The monkeys in the zoo.. “ooo ooo ahhh ahhhh oooo oooo ahhh ahhh” 😀

    Glad you are alrite. We were all wondering what happened to fairy!!!

    • Cleffairy says:

      *pengsan* That sounded so wrong to me. LOL… and I daresay your darling will also be happy when you go “ooo ooo ahhh ahhhh oooo oooo ahhh ahhh”. LOL… Ah, yes, i bet…

      Yeah, I’m all right, just a bit busy these days. So many things to do and too little time and feeling so under the weather as well. 🙁 Hope all will be back to routine soon. (Praying hard for it)

        • Cleffairy says:

          Salah lah…. it’s like this… “Let’s go to the zoo and fuck the kangaroo, and see the tiger and the lion do…”

          This one baru correct, my hubby’s version. he ajar me wan1 LOL…

  3. fatty oldman says:

    the last time i had steamboat we ordered tomyum soup oso and its very my liking coz sour n spicy…hehe
    yeah…smts good companionship cause us to be more happy and cheerful rather than those good food… 😉

    • Cleffairy says:

      LOL… every time I go to eat steamboat, I sure will order tomyam, or those spicy soup. But many prefer those normal clear soup. I like spicy ones, though.

      LOL… of course la… it’s not always the food. For me… food is secondary…as long as good company, mamak food oso can wud, no problem.

  4. CHVoon says:

    feel a bit hungry now …. it is good to read food post during lunch hehehe but never read at mid night… not suppler for me.

    you like your FIL very much 🙂

    • Cleffairy says:

      Hungry? Go and eat. LOL… MY FIL? Yeah, I like him… simply cuz he dun nag me or scold me. He’s polite to me most of the time, and he treat me with respect. I’m fine with my FIL… he’s civil most of the time.

  5. eugene says:

    MMMMMMMMMM, since when you like to put up so many pic on my blog, never thought i was you doing that, right?

    I am beginning to think Cleffy that you have evolved hahahah since the day i stumbled upon your blog, it was real serendipity, i can tell that you sound more happy now comapared to dont know when, ok let bygone be bygone ya?

    You know something every time i read about how you talk about your daddy and your FIL, i can really learn a thing or two about fatherhood, that’s for sure man……..

    wishing you great great throughout the remaining of the week ya

    • Cleffairy says:

      Eh? Actually, I dun like to put up pictures, only do it occasionally. Ahahaha… well, truthfully, I just want a peaceful life, praying and working hard for a peaceful life. And trying my best to ignore bitches and bastards who tend to step on my tail.

      I am not quite sure what you learn by reading what I wrote about my dad and my FIL… lol…but I’m glad you found it educational, bro,

  6. stephy-nie says:

    LOL I love your quote at the end of the post! Cleffairy: Some people makes others happy where ever they go, while some others makes people happy when they go. Nice!

    That place look really nice tho! Is it expensive?

    • Cleffairy says:

      LOL… correct ma… some ppl make others happy, no matter where they go… but some others, make ppl happy when they go. Kakakakaka…

      Eh? The place is affordable… meal for 9person, the damage was only Rm140. Not bad? I think not so bad lerr…

  7. Gratitude says:

    The memories with loved-ones will linger on, even thou the food eaten may have by the roadside stall or even if yucky. So glad that you have sucha wonderful rship with your FIL. ^_^
    +Ant+

    • Cleffairy says:

      LOL… yea, the memories lingers on. My FIl is ok… I just cannot stand some certain people in the outlaw’s family… that’s all. the civil and polite ones, I have no prob…

  8. [email protected] says:

    I was just like you love the spicy tomyam but lately have gone the other ‘side’ just plain soup. Used to have ‘twins’ pot one for spicy & the other plain not anymore now. Feel that the food kind of taste better than rather ‘suffer’ the ‘burning’ effect of the tongue. Wow everyone is in a good mood despite the mishap. So when someone is happy the mood also follow through and I can gather this is one of your best dinner in CNY? tQ

    • Cleffairy says:

      LOL… I favour spicy and sour food, so tomyam suits me. LOL…there’s BKT, herbal chic, and many more type of soup, but I wanted spicy soup.

      Yea… everyone enjoyed their meal, and therefore, the little mishap was easily forgotten. The meal hosted by my FIL, is definitely better… 100% better than my MIL’s… it’s not the food, but the good company, I suppose. I feel more relax during the closing dinner rather than the reunion dinner on CNY eve with MIL earlier on.

  9. suituapui says:

    Ya…they always blame the man when a marriage breaks up…and the man goes off with another woman. Well, you know jolly well this is not always the case. Sometimes, “a house is not a home”…and a disappointed, lonely man may just go and look for one elsewhere.

    • Cleffairy says:

      It’s not always the man…sometimes, women is to be blamed too… some are like shrew. 🙁 And drives men away from them. And when men runs away from them and look comfort elsewhere, they cry foul. Worst thing is when they brainwash their kids, making the kids think that the father is the lowest scum on Earth when that is not the case. Sad, but true…I used to think that men are to be blamed when marriage crumbles, but when I got to know my FIL, I know for sure that sometimes, it’s not completely men’s fault when marriage crumbles.

  10. James says:

    omg the standard compared to miri is totally different…steamboat here sucks =.= i go kl jie bring me go oo xD

    • Cleffairy says:

      Can, can… when u coming to KL ah, my handsome didi? LOL…jie bring you go eat steamboat, den after that, if not yet full, u cook for jie. Wakakakaka! How about that? Kekekekeke! Jie wan big big lobster ohh… dowan small one!

  11. doc says:

    sounds like you had a lot of fun with the in-laws, esp FIL. well, you know what the chinese say about not having 2 tigers (or, in your case, tigresses) on the same mountain, then you will understnd why things are the way they are.

    like eugene said, hopefully we can all learn to be good fathers or FILs.

    • Cleffairy says:

      Well, it is always relaxing to be in the presence of FIL than MIL. I feel more relaxed and myself around him. I simply resent it when people treat me like a brainless bitch…I can only thank God profusely that at least, my FIL doesn’t treat me that way.

    • Cleffairy says:

      It was great cuz it’s wif FIl’s … lol… it’s the companionship that I enjoyed. Wud G-spot part 2 lah? Haiyorr, tak habis habis… OMGla… I’ve created a monster! LOL…

  12. pete says:

    The food looks ‘hot’ and nice. Wah, fairy went out on a hot day…..100 Deg somemore….got suntan or not? LOL

    • Cleffairy says:

      The food was spicy, just the way I like it, Pete. LOL… you know Penang lang la… all must got strong taste wan. LOL… Ahahaha… i was sunkissed, that’s for sure! 😛

    • Cleffairy says:

      LOL… actually the restaurant was air-conditioned…so it’s quite ok… but i got serious case of indigestion afterwards, cuz I ate too much. LOL…

  13. fatty oldman says:

    i like spicy food but nw had to cntrl as too much eating spicy middle nite i will awake got stomach cramp… :O

    • Cleffairy says:

      You got stomach cramp, while me, if eat too much spicy food, will got indigestion… den have to suffer stomach ache… lol… but still, very degil, still wanna eat!

  14. Annie Q says:

    what a happy post, and a good closing for chinese new year. Glad that you had a fun time dining with your fil and the rest. 🙂

    Saw this 100°C Steamboat at Kuchai Lama, i went to the one next to it, shabu shabu, almost the same concept, the different is their food is on the conveyor, just like those Japenese food at Sushi King. What you like then you take from the conveyor.

    Now looking at your steamboat make me hungry and i want steamboat!!!!

    p/s: first time i see so many pictures in your post. ahhahahhahah

Comments are closed.