Monday, September 1, 2014

Restoran BBQ Soon Hing @ Pusat Bandar Puchong.

Restoran BBQ Soon Hing have been in this wanton noodle 
and BBQ meat business for quite a number of years, now.

Hesitated to try them out because of it been run by foreigners.

I was skeptical until my car foreman reassured me of it's food.

It is located along the same row with Tesco- a few doors away from
Maybank and fronting LRT pillars and LDP highway.

Orders were done with a PDA and service was efficient.

Pay when food is served.

As it was a public holiday-parking is abundant.

We had dry wanton mee (not as springy as I like it to be but OK ) 
with 1: BBQ ribs ( well marinated, smokey flavor-a bit charred and 
sweet) 2:braised Chicken feet (just right with not too much 5 Spices 
powder and cinnamon) with soft, smooth earthy mushroom 3: BBQ 
pork (tender and juicy)/duck (flavorful and meaty).  

BBQ Duck/Pork-Rm10/

Pork ribs wantan noodle-Rm6.50/

Chicken feet and Mushroom wantan noodle-Rm5.50/

 Location: Puchong Town Center
 No.26, Jalan Bandar 3, Pusat Bandar Puchong, 
03-5882 2767


Tuesday, August 12, 2014

Obanhmi @Damansara Utama.

An accidental visit to Obanhmi (a Vietnamese sandwich shop)
because Village Park was full of people.

Found a parking lot, right in front of the shop.

The high chairs and tables did not deter my mum (85 years old) as she 
climbs and bravely sits on it.

The self service orders were easy for diners to choose as they were 
clearly printed on a signboard with photos and descriptions.

The freshly baked baguette were not too long, with a nice golden brown color
 crisp crust and soft airy inside.

Bundled with fresh coriander, pickled carrot and daikon, grilled pork, 
sunny side fried egg, tomato, house made mayonnaise and Vietnamese 
chilli sauce that lingers on my palate- it was a delight to eat with every bite !

I would recommend that you do not bite too much at one go-so that you
can savor it slowly.

 We also had two types of rice paper spring rolls-freshly rolled and deep fried which 
came with two types of dipping sauce to add flavor to it and a beef stew.

 Overall an affordable and fulfilling meal.

O-Summery-fresh rice paper spring rolls wrapped with shrimp, fresh lettuce, pickled carrot and daikon and deep fried shallot - Rm8/

O-Rolly- deep fried rice paper spring rolls with minced pork, mushroom, pickled carrot and daikon...etc - RM7.50/

O-BBQ-served with grilled pork, sunny side fried egg, fresh coriander leaves, pickled carrot and daikon topped with Vietnamese chillies sauce-Rm10.50

Stew-O-beef stewed to the right consistency (not too diluted) - dipped baguette in it, to absorbs all the flavors- Rm10/

 Location:33, Jalan SS21/56B,
Damansara Utama,
Petaling Jaya.

Saturday, August 2, 2014

Restoran Makanan Laut Lung Seng @Tanjung Tualang.

If you happen to be around Mambang Diawan (Fairies in the Clouds)
Tanjung Tualang is just not too far away.

Restoran Makanan Laut Lung Seng is one of the earlier restaurant to 
serve freshwater prawn and is also  fully air-conditioned.

Located about 30 minutes away from Kampar town.

The main draw in  this small, sleepy hollow of Tanjung Tualang town is their 
freshwater prawn, seafood restaurants and a Sunday Pasar Malam.

 We had freshwater prawns + sea prawn (not enough of freshwater prawns)
cooked in kon chin har lok styled-very fresh, sweet, succulent and fragrant.

Boiled Cuttlefish with freshly diced green cucumber and big onion doused
in a thick, sweet and spicy Rojak-like sauce with lots of crushed peanuts.

Grouper fish head with long beans, okra, brinjal cooked in a creamy"lemak" 
spicy Indian styled curry - very appetizing and goes well with rice.

Marmite pork ribs was well marinated and tender.

House made Tofu was silky smooth-topped with a Tapioca flour reduced
brown sauce with shrimp, sliced carrot, mushroom, young baby corn and pea bean.

Overall a good spread of food for the eight of us.

Parking is OK.

Kon chin har lok -fresh water prawns and added sea prawns.

Cuttlefish with rojak sauce.

Curry Grouper fish head.

Marmite Pork ribs.

House made Tofu.

 Location:10, Jalan Besar,
Tanjung Tualang, Perak.
Tel: 05-360-0735.

P/s-thanks to CCChoong for the great dinner.

Thursday, July 24, 2014

Home-cooked Food @ Tapah.

On my weekend trip back to Tapah, Perak, food is top on my list.

This home-cooked food service establishment is only through
word of the mouth and reservation is a must.

The food is prepared in their private home kitchen and served to diners
seated on plastics chairs and tables at their front porch.

Smoked tea leaves chicken is their signature dish and followed
by whatever he buys from the market.

Food is home-cooked styled with a hint of restaurant's trained neat and simple
serving and very affordable.

 Park at main road to access.

Pork Loin eye muscle-tender and well marinated in curry sambal and tossed in a curry leaves and butter sauce - 5 stars-Rm13/

Stir fried Pucuk Paku in salted duck egg- very refreshing and in a non traditional style-Rm8/

Deep fried golden Pomfret -debone and sliced- spread with a tarty pineapple sauce and garnished with freshly sliced pineapple-Rm30/

Smoke tea leaves chicken- very fragrant a bit salty-well muscled- 5 stars - Rm33/

Stir fried Choy Sam Far with garlic-Rm6/

Location: 129, Bukit Pagar,
Tapah, Perak.
Open: 5 pm-9pm.

Thursday, July 17, 2014

Ganggangsullae Restaurant@ Desa Sri Hartamas.

Eating Korean's food seems to be the trend in major cities in Malaysia.

Mention Korean's food and kimchi is the word.

Kimchi was voted the 5th Healthiest Food in the World.

It is cabbage- fermented for months and has a spicy, salty and sourish taste.
with lots of vitamins, calcium,iron and lactobacillus to aids in
digestion (no wonder my tummy feel so nice).

Ganggangsullae Restaurant located in the Desa Sri Hartamas's neighborhood 
offers quite an extensive menu.

The restaurant was quiet with not many diners during our visit.

Service was commendable and the food was fullfilling and fresh
with lots of banchan.

Sisamo gui-grilled sisamo-boneless, sweet and easy to eat-Rm20/

Eleven types of banchan.

Haemul pajeon-seafood pancake-Rm30/

Dolsot bibimbab in a hot stove pot-with soup-Rm25/

Bossam-boiled three layers pork belly with different types of kimchi-Rm60/

Budae-jeongol-potluck kimchi stew with hotdog, baked beans, luncheon meat and mee-Rm120.

 Location:16-1 jalan 23-70A,(above 7-11)
 Desa Sri Hartamas, 
50480 Kuala Lumpur, 
Tel : 016 7848 582 / 03 2300 2819