Thursday, December 31, 2015
When we go to Suria KLCC, it is more of window shopping than for shopping.
It is a vibrant place, full of human vibes and energy.
Take a walk in the park, let's the kids frolic in the water pool.
See the latest branded Designer's clothes,equipment, watches and whatever
that your catches your eyes.
Times passes by fast.
After two hours of browsing and buying, it was time to rest our weary legs
- to relax and have a cup of tea and coffee at Eight Ounce Coffee Co.
A small open stand alone place in a corner near the elevator at Level 2. where
business was brisk.
We had tea and coffee only but will definitely try their gourmet cakes which
look enticing the next time.
Location: Lot 241,Level 2,
Tuesday, December 29, 2015
For lunch, I usually like to eat something simple and not too full.
Today choice is noodles and prawn fritters.
Kam Kee Seafood Restaurant location is ideal- no need to pay parking
fees and ample parking spaces.
It is a nice and simple place where we come for our yearly Yee Sang,
which is available next month.
We had 1: Fried Hokkien bee hoon with thick yellow noodle topped with lots
of deep fried lard.
2:Jiang Nan mee or kong nam mee.
3:Deep fried lightly batter prawn fritters.
And a pot of hot Chinese Pu er tea to wash off the oils and fats.
Location: 9 & 10, Jalan 5/44,
Petaling Garden. Petaling Jaya
Sunday, December 27, 2015
Dining in the open air in a back lane in between two rows of shop houses
on a hot, humid evening is quite an experience.
People from all walk of life eat here, simple street food to fill up their tummies.
The all time favorite is Nasi Lemak - fragrant coconut milk flavored
grainy steamed rice served on a banana leaf with peanut, watered down
sambal chillies onion, poached egg, cucumber and Indian spices and
herbs flavored fried chicken.
Pretty fast service and affordable.
Location: Jalan 21/11b, Seapark,
(Opp SeaPark Market0
(5:30 pm -4.00 am )
Saturday, December 26, 2015
A curry laksa stall that is a hype in an obscured part of Selayang town.
Just imagine, people going there as early as 6 am to put their orders and queue
numbers on an excercise book.
A waiting time of two hours is very common but mine was 45minutes.
There are two or three other stalsl selling noodles, too.
But the main draw is the full set curry laksa - served in a hot, spicy, creamy
and fragrant curry broth filled with curry chicken, meat balls, cockles, lots of
beansprouts, foo pei, char siew, roast pork, fried wanton, long bean and tofu puffs.
A full filling meal - where is it like -once is enough !
|A normal bowl of curry laksa.|
Location: 29, Jalan Bidara 1,
Taman Bidara, Selayang.
Thursday, December 24, 2015
For breakfast, besides Nasi Lemak , Wanton Mee is another good and popular choice.
Among friends and relatives, eight out of ten like wanton mee.
Quick and easy to order - easily available in most coffee shops.
Usually served either dry or with soup, BBQ pork, pork/prawn wanton,
poached chicken, braised chicken feet with mushroom .....etc and pickled green chillies.
This wanton mee stall is an icon located in Restoran Kam Heong, opposite of
The kon loh mee is al dente and served with lean but well marinated BBQ pork, choy sam,
three pieces of pork wanton and pickled green chillies.
Location:8, Jalan Tengah off Jalan Yong Shook Lin,
Petaling Jaya, Selangor.
I have been yearning for fresh seafood for weeks.
Going somewhere away from the hustle and bustle of the city.
Something to perk up the appetite and affordable.
This restaurant seems like deja vu, many years ago.
Located parallel to Jalan Kapar , turn left at 7 3/4 km beside a small
mosque and then right -restaurant is on your left.
The choices of food for the two of us was limited.
We ordered steamed flower crab, oyster omelette and a fried glass noodle
and fresh coconut.
A satisfying lunch meal on a week day.
Location: 162, Batu 8 , Jalan Kapar,
Closed on Thursday.
Monday, April 27, 2015
Arranged to met up with my friend William Hor and family for
lunch at 食之味饭店 Restaurant Shi Zhi Wei.
Both of us drove from different locations in Kuala Lumpur city and reach
there just in time for lunch.
The restaurant is clean, spacious and airy and is a corner lot
double storey shophouse located next to SMK Sri Tapah.
The restaurant manageress Huey Ling was on hands to recommend
their specialties and our orders.
A wait of about of fifteen minutes was all it took to serve the various
The verdict about the food by them was a double thumbs up -fresh and tasty
and worth the 2 hours trip.
|Braised (kow yok) pork belly with yam -house mde -well marinated and one of their "must have" signature dish.|
|Steamed wild frogs with crushed ginger and spring onion with good grade soy sauce and cooked oil- the flesh is smooth and detach easily from it's bones..|
|Stir fried wild Haruan (snakehead fish) slices with ginger, onion and spring onion -a lot of bounce in the flesh with each bite.|
|Stir fried Padi fields Eel -(de bone and nicely sliced ) koong poh style with Bombay dried red chillies, onion and spring onion -springy with every bite.|
|Sweet and sour pork belly with onion , red and green capsicum - crisp and crunchy.|
|Stir fried freshly pluck Pucuk Paku with sambal belacan and onion.|
Location: 9, Taman Tapah,
Tuesday, January 20, 2015
Asiatique is Bangkok's newest landmark.
Located at the docks of former East Asiatic Company with
converted shops and restaurants from warehouses.
The outstanding landmark are the Ferris wheel and the the open-air
Chang Beer drinking booth.
Going there is easy, disembark at Taksin Bridge BTS Station-walk
to the ferry pier-there is a free shuttle ferry to Asiatique, from 4pm
A great place to relax, watch the sunset, drink, eat, see shows and
some last minute shopping.
We had our dinner of steamboat with side dishes of fried rice and roast
duck and BBQ pork at MK Restaurant before heading back to the city.
Location: Wat Phraya Krai, Bang Kho Laem,