Thursday, November 16, 2017

Food hunt around Petaling Street on a sunny afternoon.

We drove downtown and was hoping to find a nice place to park
in Madras Lane - a good axis point to all of our makan places,
but alas a foreign filming crew and their vehicles occupied 
the whole parking lot.

We then drove around and was lucky to find a parking spot
(Rm4/hour) next to a Chinese Temple at the entrance of Petaling Street.

First place to eat was Lala in rice vermicelli soup and Beef noodle
at Restoran Lai Foong,  a good ten minutes walk from one end to the other.
Well worth the walk - lala was delicious, gingery, refreshing and intoxicating to
the taste buds while the beef koay teow noodle was passable - nice
broth and generously sized.  

Next we took a slow walk through a side lane to Sang Kee 
(a stone throwaway from here), famous for their fried noodles.
We had a two pax fried beef koay teow noodle with ginger slices 
and spring onion - good wok hei, gingery and tender beef slices.
Plus a plate of delicious Yin Yong noodle with an eggy gravy for my wife.

After the meal and a hot pot of Puer tea to wash down, the 1 pm afternoon 
sun was at it's full fury.
We walked back to the crossroad of  bustling Petaling Street to takeaway half
a salted roast duck (Rm28) for dinner from Sze Ngan Chye.
Last destination was next door to where we parked our car, 

Merchant's Lane for some snacks of Port Klang (seafood fritters 
with Thai sauce) and coffee.
A nice, cozy and bright air conditioned place to rest our weary legs, too ! 

It was like a food marathon to us and get to exercise, too!

Lala in rice vermicelli soup.

Beef in koay teow noodle soup.

Sang Kee -The maestro and his son at wok.
Fried beef with koay teow noodle, ginger, spring onion and eggy gravy.
Yin Yong Noodle.
Merchant's Lane.
Port Klang -seafood fritters.

 Location: Jalan Petaling Street, Jalan Tun H S Lee
and off Jalan Silang, Kuala Lumpur.

Delicious Dinner 70.

A series of delicious home cooked dishes by my wife.

Oven cooked - Galicky chicken drumstick

Fried Tofu topped with minced pork and spring onion.

Bittergourd, lean pork and tofu soup.

Tuesday, November 14, 2017

Restoran NZX Foodcourt Boulevard@NZX Commercial Centre.

The opening of Restoran NZX Foodcourt Boulevard is
a blessing in disguise.

They have given the once neglected Boulevard a lifeline with
more hawker's food choices for the residents of Ara Damansara 
and it's surrounding areas. 

The stalls are mostly manned by locals and the food are the typical
local fares except for an Indonesian (Medan) steamed chicken rice.

The coffee and tea are OK but they need to buck up on their service.

The place is super spacious and airy ( a super huge overhead ceiling fan).

Below are some of the food that I have tried.

Sarawak Kolo mee.

Sarawak Laksa.

Fried Glass noodle.

Char koay teow.

Chicken and roast pork rice.

Indonesian steamed chicken rice.

Bakwa, pig's floss and egg bun.

Sam Kan Cheong Noodle.

Open until 3:30 PM

Sunday, November 12, 2017

Mei Let Restaurant @Bandar Pinggiran Subang.

Many of the shops near and around this restaurant is closed on 
Sunday evening.

The road leading to it can be dark and quite remote if you are not
not familiar with this area.

Business is brisk as their menu is varied and most of the diners looks
local and regulars.

They have air conditioned and smoking dining areas.

We ordered a house made silky smooth tofu with cloves of garlic
in a golden yellow sauce, steaming hot claypot pork belly with salted fish
 - fragrant and tasty, black vinegar pork trotter, stir fried cauliflower 
florets with oyster mushroom and fried squid with salted duck egg.

Overall a satisfying dinner with my family.

Parking is ample. 


 Location: 2, Jalan Bulan BM U5/BM, 
Seksyen U5, Bandar Pinggiran Subang.
40150,Shah Alam.

Tuesday, November 7, 2017

Kafe Shan Western Grill @ Bandar Pinggiran Subang.

A halal place for Western and fusion food located in a
factory area in Bandar Pinggiran Subang.

It was a chance encounter for us while driving around for a place 
to eat lunch.

Shan Western Grill is a simple air conditioned restaurant with 
sparse furnishings and with a sea fishes aquarium that is 
pleasing to the eyes. 

The menu is varied with ample choices for all ages.

We ordered a set lunch of fillet o fish (grilled Flounder fish) 
that comes with a piece of garlicky toast, thick earthy mushroom 
soup and a glass of iced lemon tea - Rm15.90

And a fried Hainanese rice vermicelli noodle with fishcake slices, 
prawn, cabbage and slivers of chicken meat - Rm6.

Overall a satisfying meal in air conditioning comfort.


 Location:28, Jalan Bulan H U5/H, 
Bandar Pinggiran Subang, 
40150 Shah Alam, Selangor
 Tel:03-7842 1937

Friday, November 3, 2017

Delicious Dinner 69.

A series of delicious homecooked dishes by my wife.


Homemade glutinous rice wine cooked with chicken and ginger omelette.

Angled loofa or petola with tofu and egg white.