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Aroudn this time every year, F1 comes to town for their 2nd race of the season. Together with the drivers and cars, there will be a boat load of fans coming to KL. When you have a lot of people here for just a race, what do they do for the whole weekend? Party baby, party!

Speedzone Grand Prix Party

I went to a couple of them the past two years, with Tiesto at Sepang, and another at Zouk in 2005 where I won myself a free backpack by dancing silly on the stage, alone. This year though, I’ll be going to the Speedzone Grand Prix at KL Tower, and I have 10 pairs of ticket to give away… provided you join the Spot the Raving Blogger

How it works:

  • A clue will be provided to you readers starting from 5 to 9 March, on a daily basis on this blog. Answers are derived from the previous day Star newspaper.
  • Readers are to compile the answers and form a secret phrase.
  • On the 10th March (Saturday), readers are to bring along this secret phrase (printed/pasted on a A4 size or larger surface) to locate me (look laa picture on the banner) at Starbucks 1 Utama, between 2pm to 4pm.
  • Readers with the correct password will be presented with a “WINNER CERTIFICATE” that allows them to collect 2 tickets on event day for free entry. We will also be recording their names and IC details for the event’s organiser’s reference. WINNERS CERTIFICATE are not transferable nor redeemable for cash!

note: Tickets are issued on event day, based on the WINNER CERTIFICATE and a valid photo ID to prove 18 years of age. So, young boys and girls will have to stay home and watch TV, mmkay?

Speedzone Grand Prix Party

Oh, before I forget, here’s the details of the party:

Where: KL Tower
When: 7th April, 2007
The DJs: VJ Joey G, DJ Dimas Carbajo (D-Formation), DJ Marco V, DJ Yoji Biomehanika, 4YOUREYE
Tickets: 1000 tickets free at the Speedzone Tour 2007 once registered on from 9 March 2007. If you miss that, it’ll be RM20 at ticket axcess, or at the door for RM30 on event day. Of course, I have 10 pairs to give away too.

This should be fun, considering I haven’t been to KL Towers yet, it’s killing 2 birds with 1 stone. Stim!

Now most of you have already tasted clay pot chicken rice, but did you know that there are ingredients other than chicken being thrown into the pot with rice and cooked the same way? Well I didn’t, not until the biofuel expert Kelvin told me about Busy Corner.

Busy Corner at Damansara Jaya, PJ
these guys are serious about their food

Busy Corner was pretty busy on the weekday night we went, but the restaurant is located in the middle of the shop row, not at the corner. At Damansara Jaya near KDU College, this place is also just a couple hundred meters from another very good clay pot chicken rice place near Atria.

For the five of us, we ordered a big Prawn clay pot rice, a big Beef clay pot rice, and a small Chicken clay pot rice. A couple plates of boiled bean sprouts and lettuce served as the provider of vitamin C and iron, and we ordered some pretty good herbal soups too.

clay pot chicken rice at Busy Corner
beef, prawn, chicken, and two vegetable dishes, yumm

The prawn clay pot was pretty different from what we have accustomed to, they are completely shelled and cooked in something akin to Thai sauce, a little spicy, but not overly done. I like the fact that the meat on our black pepper beef clay pot was not overly cooked, making them still succulent to the bite. As for the chicken, it was on par with the other places I have reviewed on this blog. All three main dishes came with raw onion on top, which was a pretty unique touch.

The steamed soup we ordered were pretty good too. I noticed little chunks of dried scallop in my herbal chicken soup, very nice.

map to Busy Corner at Damansara Jaya
Busy Corner is just a stone’s throw away from KDU

With the rice, soup, vegetables, and drinks, it came to slightly over RM 17 per person. Not on the very cheap side, but certainly not overly expensive considering what we ordered.

Restoran Busy Corner
83, Jalan ss 22/11
Damansara Jaya

GPS: 3.130532, 101.621143
Tel: 03-77253092 / 019-2695239

Other reviewers:
Masak-Masak, eatinout