Khamis, September 20, 2018


 The Steakhouse by Chef Zubir

Bila anak anak balik yang syok sebab mereka tak lokek belanja makan bila mak dah habis tenaga nak masak.  

Selalunya bila balik dari majlis perkawinan, macam hari Sabtu lepas bila balik dari majlis kawin anak buah kat Kuala Lumpur Yana teringin nak makan Restoran Serai kat Cyberjaya.

Terus ajer terjah sebab bila dah sampai rumah, badan dah letih, mata nak terlolap memang tak akanlah keluar lagi ke Cyberjaya.

Sampai pun dah dekat pukul 6 petang, ikut stail orang Cina (kami ada darah Cina) makan belah petang.  Sebelum sampai ke Serai, lalu dulu Restoran The Steakhouse by Chef Zubir, wah dah girang rasa hati sebab teringin gak nak cuba makan kat sini.

Sabar dulu kata anak anak, jom tenguk menu kat Restoran Serai dulu aaa, erhmmm bila tenguk menu kat luar, dah tentulah mata tak tenguk betul betul ...hati nak ke tempat Chef Zubir.  Suami akak tak kisah pun ikut ajer kehendak sape sajer.👨

Sabarr kata anak, jom tenguk menu dulu kat luar..erhmm macam nak rasa ajer.

Bila masuk ke dalam, nasib baik orang tak ramai.

Macam biasa air memanglah nama susah nak ingat, panjang sangat dahlah dalam bahasa omputih, tak kan akak nak ingat.😘Cuma ingat air akak Strawberry jer, imran pun entah apa ke nama nya😉

Bila tenguk kami selak sana, selak sini, odernya pun tidak, pekerja suggestkan kat anak lelaki akak menu ni, sesuai untuk makan dua orang.

Nak tunggu masak, memang lama gak aa, mungkin sebab mereka nakkan yang terbaik untuk pelanggan mereka.

Bila cucu dah mula berbunyi, mereka hantar ais krim 2 bekas, bukan cucu yang makan tapi orang lain yang habiskan.😋 Dengan alasan budak kecik tak boleh makan banyak ais krim nanti batuk😬

Bagi anak lelaki, ni cuma kudapan jer, kalau lapar malam cari aa burger.😊
 akak dan suami mereka suggestkan yang ni, 
lobster sebelah😍 suami ashik kata sedap, pastu 
daging yang agar besar😍, boleh share dengan anak anak.  

Walaupun makan camni, berkongsi pulak terasa kenyang 😊gak lepas minum air.

Fettuccine meatball pilihan Yana nak suap anak-anak, sebab tak pedas. Bila rasa memang sedap😄 , meatball lagi sedap dari IKEA😏.

Fettuccine bukan macam yang beli kering tu kena rebus..rasanya macam homemade/buat sendiri, gambar jangan di tanya lupa nak ambik.

Shaftsbury Square, 
P3A-15, Persiaran Multimedia, 
Cyber 6, 63000 Cyberjaya, 

Rabu, September 19, 2018



Color is a potent element of international visual communication that transcends traditional languages. The language of color is often used to describe emotions.

We live our lives surrounded by color. Justly so, color is often the visual element that has the strongest effect on human emotions. Each tone and each hue has meaning and intertwines with our frame of mind. Whether you’re trying to communicate something through design, or whether you’re just wanting to creatively express yourself, there’s no better way to do it than through the usage of color. It doesn’t matter what the architecture of your space is, whether it’s an industrial looking terrace in subang bestari or a quaint apartment in sunway, color is a universal design medium.

Thus, color has a profound influence and impact on a space as well as on the people that live in it. It is thus a valuable tool that can make or break a space. However, in order to use color to its full potential, it is pertinent that you understand the basics of color: how they behave, how they change in different spaces, as well as how they influence our moods.

Color properties:

Colors can change their character when the underlying properties, such as lightness and saturation, are modified. Thus, when using color in interior design, just picking a color is not enough. You also need to think about many other aspects. The terminology might be confusing, but here’s a bit of an explanation:


Lightness is the relative degree of black or white present in a given hue. Adding white makes the color lighter and creates tints, while adding black makes the color darker and creates shades. Lightness is, of course, relative to other values in the composition of color. For example, placing a color next to a darker one can make it seem lighter, and vice versa. 

Saturation refers to how pure or intense a given hue is (in other words, the purity of the color). Full saturation means a color is completely pure, without any addition of gray. At the extreme end, no saturation appears as fully medium gray. Saturation contributes to vividness and brightness. The more saturated a color, the more bold and vivid it looks. The less saturated a color, the softer or duller it appears.


Hue refers to the color in itself. Color and hue are synonymous, in that it depends on the physics of light being reflected and produced. However, remember that not everyone perceives color in the same way.

Lighter colors are airier and tend to lend towards visual enlargement of a space by making rooms feel larger and brighter. On the other hand, darker colors give off a warmer and cozier vibe, making rooms feel more intimate. 

Hues are the aspects of color that can greatly influence emotions. In this regard, it is important to keep the goal of the space in mind. If you desire a more energetic space, more exhilarating tones and hues such as red or yellow should be considered. If a more relaxed space is desired, cooler tones such as blue or green can make atmospheres more relaxing and soothing.

Color behavior

Colors generally act in three ways. They can either be active, passive, or neutral. Neutrals include shades such as black, white, gray and even beige. Neutral colors often serve as a good backdrop, establishing balance and harmony in any space. However, the choice of active and passive shades help brings more visual interest. In essence, there must be a healthy mix of both active and passive shades to help create a harmonious environment.

Color stimulation

Depending on the type of colors used throughout a space, the overall effect towards visual perception can be altered. If color choices are wrong, the overall environment can become either understimulated or overstimulated. An understimulated environment occurs when the colors chosen are of weak intensities, or weak color contrast (as you might find with monotonous color palettes. Concurrently, an overstimulated environment features too much saturation in colors, strong contrasts and sometimes too many complex visual patterns. This affects the way our eyes perceive a space: our eyes get bored by the monotony of understimulated environments and get tired out by the strong contrast of oversimulated environments. Thus, it is important to achieve a balance throughout the color choices in any space.

Color impact

Color choices in interior design can greatly contribute towards the atmosphere and ambience you create in you space. Thus, is it crucial that you have an overall idea of what he resulting ambiance needs to be before you start with color choices. For example, lighter colors like pastels and whites can bring a more relaxed and calming vibe, whereas bolder colors such as electric blue or emerald green can look more exciting and energizing.

Other thoughts

Practicality or utility is almost always an afterthought in design. This shouldn’t be so in your color choice. Before you decide on a color palette, remember to think about practicality. Do you have small pets or children? If you do, chances are whites and lighter colors are more difficult to care for. Also think about how durable the color palette is. Will it stand the test of time, especially if your room gets a lot of sunlight, which tends to fade wall paint?

Last words

There are many factors that need to adequately be taken into consideration when it comes to choosing a color palette for any space. Whatever your choice, make sure you have considered all aspects in careful thought in order to achieve a space and style that you are truly proud of.


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