::[ kampungkai ]::

Sunday, February 12


Happy Chinese Valentine's Day! Any guys out there bringing bamboo sticks with an aquarium fishing net tied at the end to the river? Time for bachelors like me to do so. Tonight is the night where bachelorettes throw a mandarin-orange, along with hp number (haha) into the river, and bachelors will be waiting downstream, hoping to get an orange from the river and meet 'The Destined One'. Hopefully, i dun fish up an orange from a GAY! *run!

Kampungkai would be spending his Valentine's Night in a Japanese Restaurant this Tuesday, with all the lovey-dovey couples together, enjoying the love atmosphere, sipping warm green tea from the porcelain cup, and enjoying every bit of the mouth-watering appetizer, main course, and dessert. HOWEVER, Kampungkai will not have a valentine to sit with, to eat with, to laugh with, nor to kiss with! Because... Kam-pungkai is working in Kam-pachi!

Kampachi is a Japanese Restaurant located in Equatorial Hotel (Bangi). It's about 9km away from Kajang town. Inside, u get the feel of a nice japanese restaurant. Upstairs, there are 4 private rooms (i think it's called Tatami?), which can sit about 10 people each, pretty big i should say. And u have to take off your shoes before entering the room, part of the custom perhaps?

Why am i working? Well, thinking that since i'm so free, why not get some stuff to do. Better than sitting in front of the PC everyday and night, checking out the same old URLs daily rite? I have classes from Tuesday-Friday, so i decided to work for the weekends only for the buffet session. Besides, it's a good chance for me to put my japanese speaking to full use! Irasshaimase! Arigato Gozaimasu! Chotto Matte! and.... BAKA!

Uh... Tuesday night, serving all the lovey-dovey couples = sux. Kampungkai, why can't u be the one served instead of the one serving? Special night with extra work, but no extra salary, and they are begging me to come on Tuesday night to work. Hm...What if i ffk them? hahaha... there other waiter and waitresses would be doomed!

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Kimono Girls

So do i get to join the crowd and eat buffet? Yes of course! but behind the curtains. At the end of the buffet session, we will be in the kitchen, salvaging what is left. There will be sushi(s), tempura(s)... everything! wahahaha! That's the best part of being a waiter! Ooo, not to forget, there's this petite and pretty kakak working as a waitress in Kampachi too, she soothes my eyes and brightens up my day! LoL! The fact that her uniform is a Kimono makes her really stunning, how i wish she was beside me........smiling.......serving............... *dreaming

*Smack! Anyway, they are only paying me RM4/hr. That's not that high. But then the real reason for me to work there is not because of the pay, but more of gaining experience and meeting different people. Through being a waiter, i get to better understand that there're alot of weird and different people out there. And because of these weird and different people, i'll learn how to cope and satisfy their needs (no sex needs ok!).

Now, i really understand stewardesses' job is not that easy. It's not only about serving food and drinks, but also to approach people in a decent way, how u present yourself, and how to make your guest happy and satisfied. And, at the end of the flight, or in my case the buffet session, a waiter/stewardess has walked a few miles! No kidding! Walking up and down between the kitchen and dining room, refilling the empty ocha pot (green tea pot), cleaning up the tables.... and the list goes on. I think i've walked 2.5km in Kampachi itself today haha! nah, just kidding!

For those of u who are interested to try out this japanese restaurant - Kampachi, feel free to come for the weekend buffet, i'll be there! Make sure u tell me the secret password when u see me, then i'll know that u r a blogger haha! (highlight the password at the bottom of the page)

Saturday night's buffet: RM56++ 6:30pm-10:00pm
Sunday aftn's buffet: RM50++ 12:00pm-2:30pm
Valentine night's buffet: RM88++
Check out more about Kampachi, Equatorial Hotel here.

So, see u guys in Kampachi! Don't forget to give me tips ya!
Secret Password: Kampungkai (LoL, easy huh? :P)


  • hehhee.. i get your password already..
    Very easy to remember :)
    Too bad kampachi is so far away :P

    By Blogger Chen, at February 12, 2006 6:26 PM  

  • Kampachi sounds so much like "Kay-poh-chi". Anyway, it's like, 8-freaking-hours from Kuala Terengganu, no? Maybe I'll just settle down with roti canai dan teh tarik for dinner instead *winks*

    By Anonymous pelf, at February 12, 2006 7:02 PM  

  • secret password no use one, no discount :p

    By Anonymous Jee, at February 12, 2006 7:23 PM  

  • tatami is the mat they sit on...

    By Anonymous decypher, at February 12, 2006 7:42 PM  

  • oi use password got what benefit one ? i never tried kampachi bangi yet but kampachi KL mia waiting list too farking long sial .... kampachi bangi same quality anot ?

    By Blogger Wingz, at February 12, 2006 8:01 PM  

  • So freaking far. Haih.. anyway, I am gonna enjoy candle light dinner and a male friend is gonna cook for me!! I am so damn lucky! Too bad he is gay lah. Haiihh...

    By Blogger Gina, at February 12, 2006 8:59 PM  

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    By Blogger Gina, at February 12, 2006 8:59 PM  

  • Dude, so fcuking expensive. :D

    By Blogger Jason, at February 13, 2006 12:07 AM  

  • If your boss reads that you're advertising for Kampachi on the internet, i think you'll get instant promotion. Hahaha!

    Tatami is the japanese straw mat, I think... (tikar)

    By Blogger narrowband, at February 13, 2006 12:13 AM  

  • if i give secret password when i c u means the meal will be free arh? hehe .. :D

    By Blogger Alicia, at February 13, 2006 8:51 AM  

  • nowadays dun need to dish out mandarin oranges liao... just hit the fler you are interested with the mandarin orange... easier to get his/her attention :P

    By Blogger Egghead, at February 13, 2006 9:41 AM  

  • thats gona b pathetic i mean fun:) lol im not much of a blog person so u always wanted to go to... how about we do that?ha
    Your secret admirer,
    amy xXx

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at February 13, 2006 10:10 AM  

  • You sure are passionate about coping with different kinds of people out there. As long as you don't screw up, it should be fun. All the couples will be so lovey dovey the'll let tiny mistakes slip. Some will try their best to impress their partners by being nice to the waiters. Have fun.

    By Blogger agus, at February 13, 2006 10:53 AM  

  • did they pay you for advertise for them in your blog? hehehe... turn your working place to blogger meet, want to eat fry sotong this soon?

    By Anonymous maria @ twinsmom, at February 13, 2006 11:48 AM  

  • How about the Kampachi Restaurant in Penang??? Do I get a discount if I tell them yr name??? Ha Ha I heard that the Japanese food there is ichiban-neh....

    By Blogger mama2jojo, at February 13, 2006 5:27 PM  

  • Chen: haha, i feel weird calling u Chen, cos ppl call me Chen too! Dun forget the password k? must memorize and recall it 9 times a day k? :P

    pelf: hi kay-poh-chi! u must be 1! haha!Ah, so u're from KT ha, i went to P.Kapas a year ago, did stopped by KT to have nasi dagang. Things are cheap in your hometown! i want keropok lekorrrrrrrrrr.... :(

    Jee: hahhaha! shhhhh, i chia u roti canai + ais kosong la!

    decypher: ooo, it's the mat. Thanx for the info dude. So what's that private room called?

    Wingz: wah, i didn't know KL's Kampachi so LAKU! Last weekend it's was somewhere like 70% full. And there were only 3 waiters serving! and i was 1 of the 3.... overworked, underpaid!

    Gina: FARRRRRRRRR meh!? your fei chai trips also here and there wat! Lucky u got Gay man to serve u dinner, sweet!

    Jason: VERY!!! i can't afford man!

    narrowband: I'm praying hard for someone in equatorial to read this dude! I'm doing charity by promoting them for free rite!? Oh, tatami is the straw mat, thanx for the info!

    Alicia: hehehheheh no la, no free meal wan. I tapao abit of sushi back for u lo.

    Egghead: That's a great idea, a very effective way, definitely works! Thanx for the idea, i shall throw at all the stewardesses i see in KLIA! wahahhah!

    Anonymous/Amy: my secret admirer huh?? I'm flattered! :) I'm so gonna skin u VERY soon.

    agus: yeaaa, i think it helps to improve one's personality, dun u think so? U will be a wiser and more experienced man by all these exposure, and it helps in life. I can't wait to see what they gonna do this Vday night haha!

    maria@twinsmom: no they aren't paying me for this free advertisement :( I should ask for some extra allowance hor? Kampachi for blogger's meet? OMG.... that's very expensiveeeeee! *sob sob

    mama2jojo: ello! kampachi in pg? haha, u have to tell them to call their sister branch in Bangi to look for me hehehhe! Yea, i do think that the food there is nice. I see smiling faces when my guest finish their food and go for moreeeeeeeee.



    By Blogger Kampungkai, at February 13, 2006 7:37 PM  

  • wah!!Very expensive, i cant afford ler just a meal for 2 adult oledi 100++ wor. I can eat fish, prawn and crab liao lor with few more adult..haha (stingy ppl :P)

    By Blogger 1+2mom, at February 14, 2006 1:06 AM  

  • a non-blogger would be so love to kill their time online by surveying super cute blogs lady-like i mean:) so i think you should blog like EVERYDAY damnit im so boring m stil waiting for mr. nice guy to tell me that we're actually out on a date uh did i jz say that out loud?i need a room for private msges bye for now axx

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at February 14, 2006 3:43 AM  

  • Things are "cheap" here, OK. But KT is NOT my hometown! I'm gonna punih you for getting that WRONG. Now, go read my blog!


    By Anonymous pelf, at February 15, 2006 7:56 PM  

  • tatami is the mat.... but some of the room is called tatami room cos the floor is full of tatami mar... but in precisely, it's called washitsu in japanese... hehe... u r kinda good in japanese, huh? try to speak BAKA to ur manager... hehe... any discounts if i give the password? hoho... so expensive yo... and have to give u tips somemore... haha...

    By Anonymous Mr.C, at February 17, 2006 10:11 PM  

  • u r Chen too?
    So we are sharing the same surname :D
    who knows... our ancestors might be relatives..

    By Blogger Chen, at February 18, 2006 2:54 PM  

  • kampachi, kan\mpongkai.. sounds same same..

    hmm.. RM 4 per hour is low.. how much is Mcdonald's paying?

    By Blogger Robin, at February 19, 2006 10:15 AM  

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