I question my ability for self-control. I have none – to the point of disgrace.

But in my moment of weakness, I discovered happiness and indulgence at the following places.

Friday night. Indian cuisine at Passage Through India in Damansara. Same row as Victoria Station. The food is fresh, and the vegetarian dishes, definitely much better than the seafood and meat dishes. My favourite, the paneer (cottage cheese) dish. The restaurant’s ventilation system is not so good though, so when I was done with dinner and leaving the place, I was smelling of spices aplenty, like I HAVE trudged through the passages of India.

Saturday night, home cooked meal of spaghetti and tomato sauce with chorizo sausage. Made and served with much love and affection, Chef Sweet V. My role was Master Observer. And I learned that canned tomatoes from Italy makes better tomato based sauce than using fresh local tomatoes. Local tomatoes are more sour.

Sunday tea, Baskin Robbins ice cream. Order the Junior scoops if you must. Had 3 scoops, regular sized, cost RM19.50. Too much! Ice-cream overdose!!! Boom-sha-ka-la-ka! And don’t go for the nonsense sugar free, fat free stuff – it’s just NOT ice cream!

And all that ice cream didn’t stop me from going on to the next outlet, so that I can eat some more! Cupcake Chic at The Curve. It’s located outside, same row as Secret Recipe, facing Ikano Power Centre.

Excuses, excuses… But Sweet V and me decided to check out Cupcake place because I was reading Time Out Magazine while having my ice cream (it costs RM4.90 and is surprisingly quite entertaining, it has reviews of things to do, places to go, places to dine in KL) and this magazine tells me that CUPCAKES ARE THE NEW DONUTS!

I did not know that!

I only wanted to share ONE cupcake, but with the vast choice, it became too confusing. So we ended up with TWO cupcakes – the 24 Karat (it’s a carrot cupcake) and the Fatal Attraction (chocolate cupcake). With such cute cupcake names, do you blame me for succumbing to temptation? The CUPCAKE! was practically calling my name! Eat me, eat me, eat me! I really wanted to try the lavender cupcake, but it’s only available Tuesdays and Saturdays. The verdict? At RM4.50 per cupcake (RM25 for half a dozen, and RM48 for one dozen) – it’d better taste good! And it was! Melted in my mouth, so moist and tastes like SIN! The Devil himself!

And we also had one espresso, one cappucino, one iced cafe latte. The cappucino was a freebie.

I’m not even going to start with what I had for dinner on Sunday (or what I had for lunch). It is just getting embarrassing now.