Thursday, May 19, 2016

22 Korean Fried Chicken Factory.



22 Korean Fried Chicken Factory is the latest Korean food craze
to invade Johor Bharu.

Located a stone throwaway from a Water Park in Taman Mount Austin -
a up and coming F&B place to visit when you are in Johor Bahru.

They are open at 12 pm -go early to avoid the queue.

At the front of the  restaurant are  a varieties of Korean snack foods for sale.

We were diners no:2, we placed and paid for our orders and got a number.
  Our orders are , their signature garlic soy sauce with sesame three other
 flavors of drumsticks, chicken wings, kimchi rice with wedges set.

Collected our food at the blip of our number on a digital display board 
from a hole in the wall.

Served piping hot on trays- with plastic gloves to hold/savor the fried chicken -
super fresh crispy, moist and juicy.

Thumbs up !


 Their creative sign board with recycled motor parts.






Location:  51, Jalan Austin Heights 8/1,
Taman Mount Austin,
Johor Bharu.
Malaysia

 

Wednesday, May 11, 2016

Kee Hiong Bak Kut Teh @ SS2.



Bak Kut Teh is different cuts of pork cooked in a pot of herbal
concoction plus some secret ingredients for hours.

A tea pot of hot Chinese Pu'er tea is a must - to wash off those fats.

Kee Hiong Bak Kut Teh has more options compared to others-
dry BKT with chillies and okra,  steamed fish, braised soy sheet,
golden needle mushroom and different types of blanched vegetables.

If you're hungry BKT is the quickest meal to be savored - affordable,
and wholesome meal gets to be served within minutes.

The pork ribs soup is rather robust, dark and too herbal.

Overall a contented tummy.  








Location: 72, Jalan SS2/67,
Petaling Jaya.
Tel: 03-7865-2859

Monday, May 9, 2016

Melaka City (Half Day)


On our back from Johor Baru, we dropped by the historical Melaka city 
for a half day makan (food) tour.

First stop was to  - Ming Sate Hut near Plaza Mahkota for their grilled 
Pork satay , innards and Chicken  gizzards satay with their irresistible
pineapple/peanut sauce (a Melaka specialty). 

Next we drove to nearby Yong Seng Gift Shop to buy 3 in 1 coffee and bisquit.

Then a distance away to Baba Charlie in Tengkera to buy and takeaway nyonya 
kueh mueh and ate pie tees that was made on the spot by a young guy.

After that all the way to Cafe  Lin's in Limbongan, for a wholesome Peranakan 
home cooked chap fan (economy rice) lunch,  buah keruak curry and cendol.







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Friday, May 6, 2016

Imperial Rama @Genting.



Imperial Rama is an award winning restaurant - Thai and Oriental cuisine.

It has a nice and elegant decor with limited seating, so reservation is a must.

Good and quiet ambiance - good food presentation to entice your taste buds.

 As card members of Resort World Genting - sometimes we are pampered and
given F&B vouchers to eat in selected restaurants in Genting.

 We selected to eat here because of it's good and tasty food, consistently  
cooked to perfection -a real gourmet experience.

Service is attentive.


Clay pot pork ribs (a  bit coarse) with julienne ginger, garlic and chillies - too salty.

Vegetarian chicken is actually soft soy sheet , Chines long cabbage, baby corn topped with fatt choy and served on the  side with blanched choy sam.

Deep fried tofu with fillings seated on blanched Romaine lettuce and topped with bonito flakes

Stewed soft, tender and gelatinous pork knuckle with blanched choy sam.

Pineapple fried rice with cashew nut

Appetizing sourish and spicy assorted seafood tom yum.

In house made tofu - lightly batter and fried until golden brown topped with cubes of water chestnut.

Stir fired sliced lotus root with assorted vegetables and cashew nuts.

Claypot chicken in Shao Xing wine with black fungus.

Location: Level 2,  Maxims,
Genting Highland,  Pahang.

      

Chew Jetty Penang Chiak.



If you are around Petaling Jaya or Kuala Lumpur and  craves for Penang's
street food -Chew Jetty Penang Chiak is the place to go.

Located  in a quite run down area in Desa Aman Puri,Kepong.

The simple decor is quite pleasing to the eyes.

Food are quite authentic and seem that some of the chefs are from Penang.

Service is good and  prices are affordable.








Location: 3-36A, Jalan Desa 2/4,
Desa Aman Puri, Kepong.

Tel:03-6263-2391