Bittersweet memories.. yes that's it. but let me just keep it to myself. :)
Anyway, on that day, I asked my father if he was craving for anything but of course having a superb cook in the house (my mum), he had no answer for my question.
I had promised myself to treat the whole family for dinner to celebrate my resignation provided that I got a secured job offer. And Alhamdulillah, my prayer was answered.
So, since my father had no idea for this, I sugggested whether we should go for steamboat or Arabic Food and he chose Arabic food and yes, my first choice of course-lah Al Rawsha.
It was quite easy for my father to find the restaurant (first time for him) but not for the carpark to us. The bungalow is too big enough but still it doesnt accommodate the hungry customers and the rows of cars.
And, the funny part was, I was assuming that my mother would call my sister, Jiji for the dinner, but luckily on our way to fetch my another sister, Che Yah, I called Jiji and unfortunately she didnt have a clue for the dinner. But the best part, she was already there with her in laws.. hehehe...
And we ordered Masghut Rice (ok I couldnt excatly remember the menu :), 2 Mandy Lamb and another 2 Lamb Kabsha and being us, semua LICIN..
and pathetic me, I brought the drinks from outside , to be exact Soya drinks hahaha, I know if I allowed my siblings to do so, they would order the most expensive drinks that may cost RM100 in total and I was not willing to pay RM100 for drinks. hehehe Sorry adik adikku..
Anyway, the service was pretty disppointing, we ordered Lamb Kabsha after our initial meals and we only got the foods after nearly 40 minutes of waiting. And I am pretty sure they are lacking of waiters..
common Al Rawsha, start hiring, dont let your customers frustrated with your service.